Manly P. Hall: Father-Mother Mystery *unreleased*

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Original Title: 'Solving the Mystery of the Father-Mother Image in Ourselves.'

It is in all likelihood that this lecture has never been listened to since it was recorded in Los Angeles, CA, August, 9 1959 at the Philosophical Research Society's auditorium lecture hall. At the beginning he speaks of new walls and the air conditioning equipment, as the newly constructed auditorium had just opened up to the the public. Beforehand, Hall spoke at several venues in LA for almost 40 years. From this point forward, Hall would continue speaking at this facility off Los Feliz Blvd. until his death 30 years later in 1990.

In this timeless piece of wisdom, Mr. Hall delves into the symbolic meaning of 'parent' and 'child', and outlines the pros and cons of this dynamic relationship.

After the lecture, Hall announced the following week's talk (August 16, 1959): "Ghosts, Premonitions, and Visions as Psychological Phenomena" which can be heard here: https://youtu.be/iL4_Q1tJZRw

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Over the course of his 70 year career, Manly Palmer Hall spoke on various Ancient Wisdom Traditions - from Alchemy to Zen. He has been recognized as a philosopher, astrologer, and author, in particular for his magnum opus, "The Secret Teachings of All Ages".

Starting in the 1950's and continuing until his death in 1990, he dedicated many of his lectures toward the topic of self-help, for he believed (as restated many times in his own words) that each individual is responsible for their own growth and salvation. He also clearly makes the point that there are pathways and skills to learn that will assist us along our journeys. Although this recording is over 50 years old, the principles and guidance he provides are just as relevant today.

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