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Very Good+ in Very Good+ jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Part One: The Historical Road to the Metaphysics of Medicine. Part Two: The Philosophy of Healing. Fifth Revised Edition. Philosophical Research Society Inc 1971. 342pp hb dw taped on plastic protective cover staining eps, previous owner's signature, vg+
Very Good Plus / None. Manly Palmer Hall was an enormously prolific author and mystic who in his lifetime published more than 150 books and articles, and delivered thousands of lectures. He founded the Philosophical Research Society, dedicated to the study of religion, mythology, and metaphysical science. Part 1: THE HISTORICAL ROAD TO THE METAPHYSICS OF MEDICINE: Chapter One takes the reader from the witch doctor, through trances, dream consciousness, masks, medicine songs and dances, medication by fetishes and herbs, modern witchcraft, use and abuse of magic, devil dolls. Subsequent chapters deal with The American Indian Medicine Man, The Healing Cult of Asculapius and Hippocrates, Healing During the Rise of the Christian Church, Modern Healing Cults. PART TWO is THE PHILOSOPHY OF HEALING and covners Esoteric Physiology, Pineal Gland and the Mental Focus, The Point of Conscious Awareness and the Technique of Suggestion Therapy, Ailments Psychical and Pseudo-Psychical and Diagnosis and Treatment: Concluding Notes and More Case Histories. Tight copy. Light pencil marks in the margins of some pages.
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