MANLY P. HALL - HORIZON JOURNAL - Full YEAR, 5 ISSUES, 1944 - PHILOSOPHY OCCULT
Title:HORIZON: THE MAGAZINE OF USEFUL AND INTELLIGENT LIVING
Author: Manly Palmer Hall
Publisher: Horizon Publishing Co.
City: Los Angeles, CA
Binding Style: Softcover Pagination: Varies (see below) Illustrated: Yes
Book Details + Condition: Complete fourth year of issues from 1944 of Manly P. Hall's HORIZON: THE MAGAZINE OF USEFUL AND INTELLIGENT LIVING. Original five (5) issues in total for 1944, published in differing formats: January (Vol. 3, No. 5), February, Spring (here they switch from a monthly to a quarterly format), Summer, and Fall-Winter. Paper-covered covers; stapled wrappers. Each monthly issue is 32 pages; Quarterly issues are 77 pages apiece. Manly
Palmer Hall (1901 - 1990) was a Canadian-born occultist, mystic and author
best known for his "The Secret Teaching of All Ages." Hall gathered a world renowned collection of books and manuscripts on alchemy,
mysticism, and the occult, which became part of the library of an organisation called the Philosophical Research Society, which he founded in 1934.
Each issue is in VERY GOOD condition, with only minor shelfwear. All are clean and free of interior markings. A notable and fascinating, wide-ranging reference, covering such topics as:
- The Moulding for Minorities
- The Magic Flute
- Our Rates of Vibration
- Indian Magic and Medicine
- The Prince of the Cats (Fable)
- The Power of Memory
- Pagan Ideals and Christian Idols
- Can Modern Science Accept the Doctrine of Rebirth?