Synopses & Reviews
Like no other book of the twentieth century, Manly P. Hall's legendary The Secret Teachings of All Ages
is a codex to the ancient occult and esoteric traditions of the world. Its hundreds of entries shine a rare light on some of the most fascinating and closely held aspects of myth, religion, and philosophy that resound from antiquity to the present day.
For the first time, the complete text of Hall's celebrated classic has been reset and redesigned for ease and accessibility of reading experience. More than one hundred line drawings and a sixteen-page color insert reproduce some of the finest illustrations of the original work, and this new edition features Hall's original index and bibliography.
Students of hidden wisdom, ancient symbols, and arcane practices treasure Hall's magnum opus above all other works. In this affordably priced and newly formatted volume, The Secret Teachings of All Ages is now available to readers everywhere.
"Hall's text has become a classic reference, dizzying in its breadth: various chapters explore Rosicrucianism, Kabbalah, alchemy, cryptology, Tarot, pyramids, the Zodiac, Pythagorean philosophy, Masonry and gemology, among other topics." Publishers Weekly
"This is the definitive guide to secret societies." Llewellyn New Times
"Manly Hall's great work is a classic in the world's literature. It will guide historians, philosophers, and lay seekers of esoteric wisdom for centuries." Edgar Mitchell, Sc.D., Apollo Astronaut
"A masterful summation of the esoteric teachings of all ages." Huston Smith, author of The World's Religions
Like no other book of the 20th century, Hall's legendary "The Secret Teachings of All Ages" is a codex to the ancient occult and esoteric traditions of the world.
About the Author
Manley P. Hall (1901-1990), widely regarded as a sage and teacher steeped in the wisdom of antiquity, was one of the leading esoteric scholars of the twentieth century. The author of the landmark work The Secret Teachings of All Ages, Hall was named a 33° Mason in 1973. It is the highest rank Freemasonry can bestow.