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The secret destiny of America

Author: Manly P Hall
Publisher: New York : J.P. Tarcher/Penguin, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Tarcher/Penguin editionsView all editions and formats
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Drawing upon often neglected fragments of history, this book presents evidence for a mysterious Great Plan at the core of the nation's founding. Occult scholar Manly P. Hall argues that humanistic, esoteric, and mystical orders collaborated in setting aside the American continent for a world-shaking experiment in enlightened self-government and religious liberty. The author locates the seeds for this plan 1,000  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Miscellanea
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Manly P Hall
ISBN: 9781585426621 1585426628
OCLC Number: 213308839
Description: 263 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: The secret destiny of America --
America's assignment with destiny.
Other Titles: America's assignment with destiny.
Responsibility: Manly P. Hall.
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Drawing upon often neglected fragments of history, this book presents evidence for a mysterious Great Plan at the core of the nation's founding. Occult scholar Manly P. Hall argues that humanistic, esoteric, and mystical orders collaborated in setting aside the American continent for a world-shaking experiment in enlightened self-government and religious liberty. The author locates the seeds for this plan 1,000 years before the beginning of the Christian era, exploring figures such as the Pharaoh Akhnaton, Plato, and Plotinus. Once hatched in the colonial age, the Great Experiment involved: Christopher Columbus, who may have been an agent of an esoteric order; English intellectuals Bacon and Raleigh; founders Washington and Franklin, who had esoteric associations; and a network of Rosicrucians, mystics, and Freemasons whose ideals of religious freedom traveled to American soil.--From publisher description.

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