Pictures and Video from a Book: The Secret Teachings of All Ages by Manly P. Hall


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  1. th3forg1v3n
    Jan 2, 2015

    The paperback seems much larger than the hardcover book. Is it the same
    information? Does the paperback have larger font and thereby the reason for
    more pages?

  2. The Lost Children Of Babylon
    Jan 2, 2015

    Whats the name of the version that is like 2 foot tall?

  3. HeirOfEnoch
    Jan 2, 2015

    @Bodletrille I’m interested in cryptograms. Would you like to share more?

  4. Bodletrille
    Jan 2, 2015

    There is an chapter on cryptograms. How anyone can see this and not realize
    that the work is itself encrypted is beyond me. The variations in text
    should be obvious to any reader and were masterfully designed. It is
    possible that the type is different in your 72 version but it should not
    be. Try looking at the text more carefully and what I’m saying should be
    obvious. More than that I can’t (won’t) say. As the saying goes “Silence Is

  5. ChapmanGriffith
    Jan 2, 2015

    I’ve been wanting to order this book. In fact, it has now moved up from
    the bottom of my book list to the top of it. Thanks to you.

  6. wilburdewey
    Jan 2, 2015

    @wilburdewey Both are available for purchase from the Philosophical
    Research Society on the same webpage as all of J A Knapp’s paintings Hall
    commissioned for the book. If you know the etymology of Rosicrucian and the
    facts of these paintings, then all of Hall’s works become far deeper.
    Although he first hints at this truth in 1921′s Lost Keys of F/M, only if
    you know the truth about ‘Rosicrucian’ will it make sense. Expounded upon
    in 1931′s MAN: Grand Symbol of the Mysteries. Dan Brown knew

  7. 232323C
    Jan 2, 2015

    Blessed Virgin sacred mother to whom the glory of the sun belongs…..this
    is a beautiful book which has thus far not entered into my library but soon
    shall! thanks for sharing

  8. angelstar22
    Jan 2, 2015

    Thanks to everyone who have commented on this video. This is a great book
    and should be read by everyone. It’s available on Amazon and ebay and

  9. wilburdewey
    Jan 2, 2015

    @Bodletrille The two plates were dated 1926 and were commissioned by Mr
    Hall (1/2 the test). Mihran K. Serailian painted both ‘The Opening of the
    Third Eye’, and ‘The Seven Spinal Chakras’ with 1926 as copyrights (in
    Hall’s name – other 1/2 of test). They may have been purchased at the same
    time and hence included, or, considering these are the most overt
    revelations of the secret of the ages maybe they were included at the end
    as the key that open up the occulted messages upon second reading.

  10. wilburdewey
    Jan 2, 2015

    @Bodletrille Maybe they were included in the Subscription Edition but no
    others and the one you copied are still held by the original owner? They
    were the same size as Knapp’s plates, (19X13), but also had thin sheets to
    protect them in the back which makes them appear to have been included at
    purchase. The plates might not ‘be part’ of Hall’s book, but only by
    knowing those plates can one truly comprehend his message. Prob most
    important book between the wars preserving info for posterity.

  11. daysofnoah2012
    Jan 2, 2015

    I used to have the diamond jubilee edition I think it was called. The
    Reader’s edition is convenient but takes away some of the charm lol.
    Everyone need to search for and listen to entire series called ‘Mystery
    Babylon’ by William Cooper to properly understand the mysteries and their
    ongoing “Great Work”

  12. wilburdewey
    Jan 2, 2015

    @Bodletrille Does your photocopied version of the Subscription Edition
    contain two loose plates? The only Subscription Edition I have studied had
    2 loose plates that I have not seen in any of the other editions (4th, 5th,
    etc…) I have studied. Both were commissioned by Hall, but from a
    different artist than J A Knapp. They represent the secret of the ages, and
    if you know about them then the whole book takes on a deeper meaning (all
    his work is trying to share these secrets).

  13. Bodletrille
    Jan 2, 2015

    My copy is a photo copy on 11×17″ paper. Reduced from the 19×13″ original.
    It is the 1928 edition second printing. It contains the names of all the
    “Subscribers” of that edition with the original owners name and it’s
    number. The list includes the Vatican Library! This work was not compiled
    to be some cool book to read and own. It has a purpose which is to show the
    reader how to achieve the spiritual level that organized religion robs us
    of. Try re reading it with that in mind.

  14. terredee
    Jan 2, 2015

    It would be cool to see the pages for longer and hear what’s written below.
    This is great though, thanks!

  15. solas618
    Jan 2, 2015

    There is a picture I have in his book The Lost Keys of Freemasonry. It is a
    picture of a winged Egyptian sitting on a like cresent moon. The egyptian
    has his palms open facing out with a star under his right elbow. It is on
    the chapter page Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians. Can somone please
    tell me what that picture means or what it represents ?

  16. Bodletrille
    Jan 2, 2015

    @wilburdewey The real test for the two loose plates that you mentioned,is
    whether they are listed in the “list of color plates” on page IX . Or in
    the “list of illustrations in the text, pages XI and XII. THERE IS NO PAGE
    X (page 10). Hall was if nothing else thorough. I can’t imagine that there
    would be loose plates that did not come loose from the book that are not
    listed. I would like to know the titles of the plates you mentioned. The
    original I had copied had no loose plates.

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