I love listening to the lectures of Manly P. Hall. Here’s one for you. It goes for 6 hours, covering different topics. Enjoy!
Manly Hall – The Search for the Essential Meaning of Life
About Manly P. Hall
Manly Palmer Hall (March 18, 1901 – August 29, 1990) was a Canadian-born ascholar and philosopher. He is perhaps most famous for his 1928 book The Secret Teachings of All Ages.
Manly P. Hall, the Philosophical Research Society’s first president, was a seeker and lover of wisdom, the very definition of a philosopher. He had the courage and the raw intellectual energy to look for wisdom in places most men had long since forgotten about, or never knew existed. He lived in an era when most Americans did not look toward other cultures and traditions, without looking down. Yet during such times, Manly P. Hall spoke, and wrote extensively, of the wisdom found in all ancient traditions. In an age when serious study of “other religions” was anathema to most, he found deep cross-cultural threads and revealed many interconnected roots of modern religious expression. Neither Guru nor Saint, he made no claim of perfection, far from it; but his work is exceedingly rare in its grand scope, detail and synthesis. He embraced the wisdom of every tradition, and, with a fluid command of their obscure and complex contents, worked to express their unifying truths. His legacy is over 200 printed volumes, 8000 lectures, a hand picked library which is one of the finest in the field, and a Society and University that continue in his spirit of universal exploration and learning.
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