• The Human Body in Symbolism

  • Esoteric Classics
  • By: Manly P. Hall
  • Narrated by: Michael Strader
  • Length: 50 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (112 ratings)

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The Human Body in Symbolism

By: Manly P. Hall
Narrated by: Michael Strader
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Publisher's Summary

The oldest, the most profound, the most universal of all symbols is the human body. The Greeks, Persians, Egyptians, and Hindus considered a philosophical analysis of man's triune nature to be an indispensable part of ethical and religious training. The mysteries of every nation taught that the laws, elements, and powers of the universe were epitomized in the human constitution, that everything which existed outside of man had its analogue within man.

Here, renowned scholar Manly P. Hall covers the symbolism of the human body from a variety of angles. He goes over various parts of the body and what different cultures throughout time have believed. He examines everything from our extremities and hands to our eyes, heart and brain. He touches on the ancient mysteries, the Greeks, early Christianity, the Hebrew Qabbalists, and much more.

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thought provoking

I really enjoyed this short book. it gave me a lot to think about and I will likely listen to it again to go more in depth.

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profound..

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i liked him better than the other person who narrates Manly books..



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What a crock!

It's no wonder why those who reach illumination can't find their way in the dark.

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Absolutely amazing!

If you're spiritual, you will love this book. I definitely recommend. It's difficult to stop listening once you start.

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very informative

great keys given for those interested in looking. plain language, for the most part.

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nice intro to the esoteric

this book is a nice intro to the esoteric. touches on the religious writings as allegory. perfect intro to the path.

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not awesome. some good info. love MPH. narr distra

the narrator style is distracting. just personally not easy to listen and comprehend. sure wish I liked it.

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Good understanding of the body theory

A little tough to understand at first but gets better as it goes on. listening to it a second or third time reveals some amazing insights.