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"Curiouser & Curiouser" Articles
in Manly P. Hall's Journals

In Mr. Hall's Journals, "Curiouser & Curiouser" is the collective title of interesting articles on unusual topics. His subtitle is "A Department Dedicated to Alice in Wonderland." You can read through his article titles below and click on any title that intrigues you.

The title link takes you to the correct Journal, and the page number in that Journal is given.

  1. The Story of the Tulip Mania, page 23
  2. The Mystery of the Disappearing Elephants, page 24
  3. Codex Sinaiticus, page 60
  4. The Gunpowder Plot, page 62
  5. Hog Money, page 63
  6. Business Dealings with the Devil, page 77
  7. When the Devil Went To Work for God, page 71
  8. Curiosities of Philately, page 72
  9. The Hand of a Saint, page 74
  10. The Ghost of an Emperor, page 75
  11. Tried by a Jury of Their Peers, page 76
  12. The Mystery of the Trembling Rod, page 71
  13. Napoleon and His Fortuneteller, page 72
  14. The Kraken, page 45
  15. The White Lady of the Hohenzollerns, page 47
  16. The Story of the Newspaper, page 48
  17. The Story of the Secret Room, page 68
  18. Navajo Indian Feather Ceremony, page 69
  19. The Lost Treasure of the Incas, page 71
  20. A Chinese Conjurer, page 71
  21. Martin Luther and the Black Monk, page 73
  22. The Great Mermaid Mystery, page 67
  23. The Holy Man of Mt. Abu, page 68
  24. Great Benin, page 67
  25. The Nuremberg Chronicle, page 66
  26. The Thieves' Market, page 45
  27. The Cult of the Sword, page 66
  28. Burmese Astrology, page 70
  29. Homunculi, page 48
  30. Lycanthropy, page 65
  31. Nostradamus - Death in a Golden Cage, page 69
  32. The Rabbit in the Moon, page 45
  33. Curiosities in Art and Literature, page 47
  34. The Ill Omens of King Charles III, page 44
  35. Titus Oates, Maker of Plots, page 45
  36. The Legend of the Wandering Jew, page 69
  37. The Bishop of Bingen, page 74
  38. The Guardian Angel, page 46
  39. The Taj Mahal, page 42
  40. Touching for the King's Evil, page 73
  41. The Battle of the Beards, page 61
  42. Of Misinformation in General, page 72
  43. The Dance of Death, page 67
  44. Chronic Inertia, page 72
  45. The Bogomiles, page 66
  46. The Flying Dutchman, page 68
  47. Virgil the Sorcerer, page 41
  48. The First Man to Fly, page 49
  49. The Irish Leprechaun, page 49
  50. Haste! Haste! and Be Faithful, page 44
  51. The Great Wall of China, page 60
  52. The Mystery of the Christian Era, page 68
  53. A Historical Record of Divination, page 65
  54. The Long Sleepers, page 69
  55. The Rowley Parchments, page 68
  56. Symbolism of a Deck of Cards, page 59
  57. Lore of Finger Rings, page 59
  58. Did the Chinese Discover America?, page 60
  59. The Evil Eye, page 64
  60. Simon the Magician, page 69
  61. Notes on Continental Currency, page 67
  62. The Lord of Misrule, page 58
  63. The Myth of the Dangerous Child, page 60
  64. The Buddhist Rosary, page 61
  65. The Day of St. Thomas, page 56
  66. Ethiopian Amulets, page 56
  67. Old Chinese Currency, page 49
  68. Aratus of Soli, page 45
  69. The Tibetan Snowman, page 56
  70. Of Sound and Bestowing Mind, page 57
  71. Dr. Dee and Certain Spirits, page 47
  72. Affairs of Honor, page 44
  73. The Pastoral Staff, page 92
  74. The Priestess of Amen-Ra, page 44
  75. Temple Souvenirs, page 56
  76. The Seven Gods of Good Fortune, page 47
  77. Ancient Chinese Medicine, page 62
  78. The Bird That Became a Buddhist, page 61
  79. The Tengu, page 42
  80. St. Francis Preaching to the Birds, page 45
  81. Footprints of Buddha, page 69
  82. Sharaku, page 46
  83. Hands of a Buddha, page 55
  84. The Silk Road, page 43
  85. Alchemy and the Gold Standard, page 71
  86. Unusual Memorial Services, page 58
  87. The Story of the Learned Pig, page 88
  88. Ancient America, page 46
  89. The Year of the Dragon, page 34
  90. The Path of Salvation, page 57
  91. Ex Libris, page 52
  92. The Year of the Serpent, page 68
  93. Further Notes on Oriental Printing, page 48
  94. What's in a Name?, page 57
  95. Gods on Horseback, page 41
  96. The Frolicking Animals, page 33
  97. Comet Tales, page 57
  98. Celtic Fairy-Lore, page 38
  99. Recreations in Hell, page 53
  100. Adventures in Whimsey, page 57
  101. Prophecies of Doom, page 38
  102. The Origin of the Game of Chess, page 60
  103. The Wonderful One-Man Cart, page 58
  104. Tranquillity Stones, page 51
  105. How to Get Lost in Tokyo, page 56
  106. The Big Wash, page 45
  107. Mr. Bohn and His Wonderful Library, page 46
  108. Mysteries of Money, page 36
  109. Notes on Sharito, page 51
  110. Notes on a Japanese Cross, page 59
  111. Miniature Landscapes, page 59
  112. The Earthquake Fish, page 58
  113. Ordeal by Fire, page 63
  114. The Secret Christians of Japan, page 41
  115. Tosen-Kyo, page 65
  116. The Dark Curtain of History, page 61
  117. Religions of the World on Postage Stamps, page 70
  118. The Hedgehog with Four Curls!, page 62
  119. Japanese Wrapping Cloths, page 57
  120. The Assassins, page 59
  121. Something about Unusual Books, page 64
  122. Unfortunate Aeronauts, page 62
  123. The Godless Month, page 57
  124. Shih-Te and Han-Shan, page 65
  125. The Ship of Good Fortune, page 63
  126. Chinese Paper Cutouts, page 58
  127. Orchid Pavilion Scroll, page 55
  128. The Vatican Obelisk, page 66
  129. The Celestial Bureaucracy of China, page 63
  130. Chinese Snuff Bottles, page 64
  131. Japanese Copperplate Engravings, page 65
  132. Chinese Herbal Medicine, page 58
  133. Wonderful, Wonderful Bamboo!, page 57
  134. The Great Scorpio Controversy, page 65
  135. The Sanjusangendo Temple, page 54
  136. Twenty-Three Karat Gold Postage Stamps, page 54
  137. The Baku, page 57
  138. Epitaphs in Prose or Verse, page 52
  139. Wilkins' Mathematical Magic, page 56
  140. Beauty Hints, page 53
  141. Thomas Taylor on Alchemy, page 53
  142. The Waghorn Post, page 47
  143. Confucius, the Sage Who Came Back, page 55
  144. Speaking of Money, page 66
  145. Pluto and the Underground, page 55
  146. The Muse of Doom, page 65
  147. John Bunyan's Magic Flute, page 52
  148. Why King Henry VII Failed to Employ Christopher Columbus, page 55
  149. Touching for the King's Evil—Part II, page 37
  150. A Vindication of the Rights of Brutes, page 66
  151. The Divine Chess Game, page 62
  152. The Mystery of the Fostering Mother, page 67
  153. Codex Sinaiticus, page 60
  154. The Shape of Things Unseen, page 56
  155. A Little Excursion into Rhabdomancy, page 58
  156. Popular Demons of Antiquity, page 54
  157. The Inscrutable East, page 65
  158. Women's Rights—Egyptian Style, page 42
  159. The First Romantic Novelist, page 56
  160. Ebenezer Sibly, M.D., page 42
  161. Notes on Chinese Medicine, page 54
  162. David Garrick and the Shakespearean Festival, page 20
  163. Democritus, page 63
  164. The Red Cavalier—First Printed Article of Manly P. Hall, Age 13, page 58
  165. News from the Orient, page 65
  166. A Military Mystic, page 63
  167. Music Hath Charm, page 54
  168. Japan's "Living Treasures", page 49


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