The Natural Religion of Mankind

The Natural Religion of Mankind by Manly P. Hall, from The All-Seeing Eye November, 1930, vol.5, no.2 What men ordinarily term religion may be de­ fined as a primitive tradition subjected to constant revision, reformation and restatement. The great world religions of today are products of an almost interminable process of modification. Occasionally the advent … Read more

Building a Personal Philosophy

BUILDING A PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY by Manly P. Hall (abridged) WE ARE INCLINED to think of philosophy and religion as powerful systems and creeds with numerous sincere and devout followers. More careful examination must cause us to amend this concept and recognize that groups are finally composed of individuals, each with distinct and personal reactions in … Read more