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Man: Grand Symbol of the Mysteries by Manly P. Hall Topics

Preface List of Illustrations Restating the Theory of Education Physics and metaphysics Primary religious tenets The miracles of Apollonius Reconciliation of science and mysticism Sir Oliver Lodge on science Environment and heredity The secret of the Golden Age The destiny of man Occult Foundations of Science Ancient learning versus modern learning Pythagoras a prodigy of erudition Numa Pompilius, King of Rome Democritus, the laughing philosopher Albertus Magnus, scientist and theologian Paracelsus, the Luther of physicians Jan Baptista van Helmont, the Descartes of medicine Sir Francis Bacon, the Instaurator of all knowledge Roger Bacon, the alchemist Hippocrates on astrology The Mystery of the Three Worlds The Macrocosm and the Microcosm The God of the learned The philosophic manikin The Great Man of The Zohar The race of the Androgynes The future state of man The Pythagorean Universe The universe an ensouled animal The Rosicrucian anatomy of Robert Fludd The Macrocosm and the Microcosm The doctrine of monads The Celestial Man and the terrestial man The Logos of Cesariano The crucifixion mythos The descent of the soul Philo Judaeus on the number 7 The zodiac in the human body Planetary rulerships in man The Symbolism of the World Egg Leonardo da Vinci on the human heart The egg-born gods The theology of the Orphics Castor and Pollux The Egg of the philosophers The Egg of Brahma Persian Mysticism Typhon, the Ark and the Deluge Myths of the Druids The auric egg Introduction to Occult Embryology The Spermists and the Ovists The physical origin of man The ontogeny of Paracelsus Universal generation The spiritual mystery of birth The process of "quickening" Imagination and prenatal influence The universal vision of the cabalist The Story of the Cell Fertilization of the ovum Mitosis, the segmentation of cells The seven gods in the cell Robert Fludd's analysis of the World Cell The parts of the embryo The womb of Meru The Garden of Eden The Incarnations of Vishnu Vishnu, the Universal Soul Brahmanic Anthropology The endocrine chain and rudimentary organs Fins and feet The appendix The seven months' child The coming of the perfect man The Brain and the Release of the Soul The gate of the gods Calvary, the brain lotus Andrew Jackson Davis on the process of death Plutarch on the generation of man The adepts The Heavenly Adam The inner organs of the brain The mystery of the Pyramids The Ventricles and the Brain Dew Cavities in the brain The ventricular harmony The word "spirit" Common sense The cerebrospinal fluid The sweat of the gods The golden apples of the Hesperides Ambrosia, the drink of the gods The dew of the sages The Heart, the Seat of Life The great vital principle Boehme on the human heart The pulse-point The seven chambers of the heart Mohammed's night journey to heaven Descartes' explanation of the circulation of the blood Experiments with the heart of a snake The drum of Shiva The Blood, the Universal Proteus Ceremony of the Eucharist The arterial tree Blood as a vapor The mystery of Lucifer The blood of the gods Blood Consciousness A Masonic mystery The subconscious mind Eliphas Levi on the blood The Spinal Column and the World Tree The backbone of Osiris The sixth ventricle The World Tree Mount Saokant The Polar Axis The ridge-pole of Shamballa Animal electricity and magnetism The planets and zodiac along the spine Kundalini and the Sympathetic Nervous System Shiva's lute Ida and Pingala The Sushumna Nadi The Queen of Sheba The action of Kundalini The seven chakras A word of warning Raja Yoga The Solar Plexus and the Pneumogastric Nerve The elemental worlds in the body Clairvoyance versus psychism The gods of Old Mexico Mediumship Prometheus, the Titan The pathway of the soul The golden tube The Pineal Gland, the Eye of the God Eyes that cannot see The Cyclops The crown of the Double Egypt Janus, the two-faced god An ancient faculty Decartes on the pineal gland The soul crystals The All-Seeing Eye The Endocrine Chain and Bodily Equilibrium Malfunctioning of the pineal gland The pituitary, the gland of persistent effort The thyroid, the regulator The thymus, the social gland The liver, the bodily clearing-house Notes on the cerebellum The spleen, the vitality gland The adrenals, the glands of "cash" karma Planetary relationships of the endocrine system Sight, the Most Excellent of the Senses The Epicureans on the function of the optic nerve Leonardo da Vinci on the process of sight The Evil Eye The eyes, according to Plato Sight and the stimulation of soul qualities Osiris and Argus Lessons from amoeba Swami Vivikananda on the problem of sight The solar system in the eye The future of the optical equipment Go back