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A Paper Vevoted to Philosophy, Science and CJ\.

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The ALL~~ElnC3 ElJE

Editp/'~~~o(J.ANLY P. HALL
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Volume 3, No. 21 Los A/ ~alif., Wednesday, April 13, 1927 10c a Copy

The SUN-GOD and the MADONNA

THE MONK IN THE


~ HIS is Number 21,
MYTHS MORE
YELLOW ROBE
" the last of the series
in which "The AII-
IMPORTANT
And the monk in the yellow robe spoke,
Seeing Eye" incar
nated as a weekly paper. It
THAN HISTORY
has had many vicissitudes,
saying: "By renunciation man attains the Let us consider for a moment the sym
but enough experience we
highest good. The sense of possession bolical side of the life of Christ. The
trust to shape its further myths that have been woven into the
must be destroyed before the soul is cap
course and was of enough simple historical account are really of
able of beholding Reality. The sense of
value, we hope to endear it greater spiritual importance than the
possession is the cause of all sorrow and
to YOU, its subscribers and actual life of the man, for they deal with
suffering: To possess a thing is to love' it,
readers to whom we will not a great cosmic drama, an age-old drama.
to fear it or to hate it. If the thing which This story is not played out at any par
say "Good-Bye",-but only
yo - pos-s-ess iii s'trun ger -a;n d gr'ea1: han -i -tlcti ral v1aC O ''o1 i'n'n;,'4:ru t irc"all pla.'1:'cs-and
"Till - We - Meet Again" in
you are, you fear it lest it ove-rcome you in all times. All of the world Saviors have
monthly form with Volume
and you become a servant to your own been associated with the phases of the
IV, Bigger and Better, with Sun. The first world Savior was the' Sun.
possession. If the thing possessed be dis
Beauty added to Helpful It raised from death into life all with
tasteful to you, you hate it and your
ness. whom its rays came in contact. It turned
hatred disrupts the equilibrium of 'your
the darkness into light and the cold into
own soul, and the act of hating injures
"varmth. It was the radiant Savior of all
you far more than your hatred can injure'
the thing despised. If that which you The COUNT de nations. Its golden hair was its streaming
rays. The Sun was the strong man. He
possess be an object of beauty, virtue or
integrity, you will love it and your heart ST. GERMAINE was the Samson of the Jews and the Her
cules of the' Greeks, for the God of
will be filled with disquietude for fear Strength performing his many labors was
that the thing which you love may be Little or nothing is known concerning symbolical of the Sun passing through the
taken from you. Thus possession of any the' early life of that illustrious and Houses of the Heavens. The Sun was
thing save self results only in sorrow and illuminated philosopher, chemist, artist, called a Lion because of the shaggy mane ,
self undoing. and lapidary-the Count de St. Germaine. (his rays). Slowly the historical man
"Through desire man possesses. Desire He was born about the end of the 17th Jesus has been lost in the Solar myths of
leads the soul either to Reality or to illu century and was supposedly the adopted antiquity. All of the important parts of
sion. The de-sire for wisdom leads man to son of the mysterious Count de Gabalis, His life- are related to the power of the
the accumulation of wisdom; the desire the unknown adept who is immortalized Sun. His birth in Virgo the Virgin, His
for pleasure leads man into the bypaths by Abbe de Villars in his Romance of the flight into Egypt to escape the vengeance
of unreality; the desire for the greatest Gnomes. of Herod. All these are Star myths. The
good leads man into the presence' of In a footnote to Eliphas Levi's History Three vVise Persians whom we call the
Reality. Right desire is the desire for of Magic appears the following: "Saint Magi were to the ancie'nt wodd the Three
good, and the greatest good is perfection, Germaine testified on his own part to Bright Stars in the Sword Belt of Orion.
and perfection is the ultimate state of all Prince Karl of Hesse that he was the son His transfiguration, His baptism, His
things. Pe'rfection is the condition of of Prince Ragoczy of Transylvania." miracles, His death and resurrectio}1 and
being one with Self, for Self is the be Nothing is known concerning the source ascension, all these things are now taught
ginning and end of all being. The true of Count de St. Germaine's occult knowl to us as they were taught in the ancient
Self of every individual is part of the edge, but he most certainly not only Solar myths relating to the life, growth
Universal Self, and he enters Nirvana hinted at the vast amount of wisdom and de'cay of the Sun during the various
who attains Self. The' condition of being which he possessed but also gave many parts of the year.
at the threshold of Self is called Budd examples to prove his statementS. Let us take as one example the feeding
(Continued on Page 4, Col. 1) (Continued on Page 2, Col. 3) of the multitudes with the barley loaves
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and fishes. The sign of Pisces is two name signifies water and also the tears of COUNT DE ST. GERMAINE
small fishes, the sign of Virgo is a sheaf sorrow. The endless motion of water was (Continued from Page 1, Cot 2)
of wheat or barley. The feeding of the universally used by the ancient worlds to
multitudes is .symbolical of the fact that symbolize the ever-changing life of mortal
at a certain time of the year the Sun things. The bitterness of the waters sym He declared that he possessed the
sends its rays to the earth, fe'eding all liv- bolized the bitterness of the sorrow and secret of ete'rnal youth and it has been
ing things through the sign of the two misfortune which seems to fill the' world claimed for him that upon a certain occa
. fishes and the barley loaves. Jesus is in which we live. In India there is a sion he admitted having been personally
called the Lamb of God, which is itself an word called Maya which means illusion acquainted with Queen Cleopatra, and at
astronomical title, and at another time He or impermanence. The term is applied to another time of having "chatted familiarly
is called the Fisher of Men, be'cause the all the visible universe, because the' visible with the Queen of Sheba." Had it not
Sun was in the sign of the fishes when universe is not the real universe nor is it been for his striking personality and ap
He is supposed to have been born. the permanent universe. Mary represents parently supernatural powers, the Count
The stories of all of the world Saviors this illusion and her flowing garments are would undoubtedly have been considered
are essentially the same. Nearly all of symbolic of the mist that shrouds the insane, but his transcendent genius was
them have been born of immaculate con- souls of living creatures and which we so evident that he was merely termed e'c
ceptions. Thirty of them have been cru- know as ignorance. centric.
cified for the sins of the world. A dozen Out of this illusion is born the reality, When asked about himself, he once said
or more have had Mary for a mother. All a radiant spiritual child, who turns back that his father was the Secret Doctrine
were overshadowed by divine prerogative. again to save his world. We know in Na- and his mother the Mysterie's, and that he
From all ends of the earth come one story. ture that whenever there is a great need was raised by these two. The principles
The details of the account differ with local something is produce'd to fill that need, disseminated by the Count de St. Ger
conditions, but in the great esse'n tials the for necessity is the. mother of necessary maine were undoubtedly Rosicrucian in
stories always agree. In the Mystery things. After we have wandered long in origin and were thoroughly permeated
Schools there are many very rare and the illusion, have sought in vain for hap- with ancient Gnosticism.
precious secrets concerning the actual piness in a world of selfishness and His political power was very great,
meaning of the Christos Miythos. Weare thoughtlessness, after some gre'at sorrow although it is now evident that there were
reminded again and again of that very ureaks our hearts, the soul of man rises two persons by the name of St. Germaine
peculiar statement "Christ in You, the out of the shell of ignorance and perver- who have often be'en confused with each
Hope of Glory". The word Christ means sion which has long imprisoned it. Its other. One was a politician and the other
oil and is merely a complimentary title mother is Darkness and Suffering and the a m'ystic. Although none of his paintings
which has certain indirect reference to soul of man is not born without travail. are in existence at the present time, the
the Sun. Therefore, in the' Madonna, with the moon Count de St. Germaine was accrediterl
Ral?_~ael the r~ ilh.!!ninate.d paint er. ."he.r...Jeet tb e 4an.cie.nt WOD saw.-li.. ,i _ o~sin.g ~ckahle adjstic ahi
gave the wodd two very wonderful mystic as we know it, veiled in ignorance' and ity. On several occasions he made draw
conceptions in his Marriage of the Virgin, robed in the garments of materiality. Now ings of precious jewels and the reproduc
and the Sistine Madonna. In the Marriage and then one is born out of life who, ris tions were so remarkable that it has been
of the Virgin, Joseph is shown with six ing triumphant from the' darkness of his affirmed that they sparkled, glistened, and
toes on one of his feet, while in the own lower nature, becomes in truth a Son glowed like' the originals. Levi thinks he
Sistine Madonna the High Priest has a of God. may have used powdered mother of pearl
faintly traceable sixth finger on one of There are two paths that lead to spirit- in his paint, but this is only speculation.
his hands. The sixth toe represented the " ual realization: One, the path of devotioi1, It may be possible that his chemical abil
fact that Joseph walke'd with God, while "(it is symbolized by the kneeling woman with ity had revealed to him the process of
the sixth finger was symbolic of the sixth her face turned away from the miracle. manufacturing luminous paint such as is
sense of spiritual vision. In explaining to The heart of man grows through faith and now used on' watch dials.
you simply the spiritual myth of the Son service. It does not need to see. It knows The Count is also famous as a chemist
of God, we shall use the Sistine Madonna. without seeing. It recognizes through the and physician, and undoubtedly under
Most of you have either seen a copy of faculty of intuition. The female figure stood and operated the processes of al
this picture or else can easily secure one represents service, love, faith and charity, chemy. He was able to fuse precious
for an insignificant sum. In the center of by means of which the great miracle is stones so adroitly that it was impossible
the painting stands the radiant Madonna realized without being seen. The second to detect any artificial process. He was
with the Christ Child in her arms. Before figure, that of the aged patriarch, repre also known to possess the power of re
this ~piritual vision kneels two figures. On ~e'nts tT1e power of human thought, the moving flaws from diamonds and em
the right is a woman with her face turned path of the mind. The mind illust see in eralds, so that stones of comparatively
away from the miracle, while on the left order to believe. The scientist with his little value we're transformed into gems
kneels a priest gazing straight into the in -truments, the philosopher with his of the first water after remaining for a
face of the Madonna. His head is shaven mathematics, these must have proof or short time in his possession. He fre
and his tiara lies beside him on the they cannot believe. Their path of growth quently performed this last experiment, if
ground. At the bottom of the figure are is the path of reason, logic, philosophy the statements of his friends can be re'lied
two little cherubs gazing upward. It is and law. They shall also attain the real- upon . There is also a popular stOrly to
sa.id that while Raphae'1 was painting this itv. The head of the priest is shaven, so the effect that he placed gems worth thou
picture two little urchins from the street that the third eye, the All-Seeing Eye of sands of dollars on the place cards at
used to stand gazing up at him and he the Gods, . ma'y see through the crown of banquets which he gave.
oainted them into his picture as the two his head, and His crown of dominion over The Count de St. Germaine' is also ac
little cherubs. Behind the Madonna is an the three worlds lies at his feet, for he credited with having discovered a method
endless mass of faintly visible faces gaz- ht~ rtiven up power that he may have true for making copper of great brilliancy and
ing from the golde'n light. spiritual understanding. The female ~gure ductility. (See Levi.) This discovery
Mary, the World Virgin, ' represents represe'nts the heart; the masculine figure, alone would have insured him a splendid
Nature ;' the Mother of , all things. Her (Continued on Page 7, Col. 1) fortune.
April 13, 1927 THE ALL-SEEING EYE Pag,3

Count de St. Germaine' was on very a single thought, given in quiet poise, but
familiar terms with Louis XV of France, depth of understanding. This one word is
with whom he had many long discussions treasured far more than the babbling of
on the subject of precious stones, their many tongues for it is given but seldom.
n'lanufacture and purificati.ons. It is very Man could secure as great an effect with
p-robable that he profoundly influenced one word as he now finds it necessary to
thi s vacillating king, but the purpose and have a convulsion to produce. When ap
;mpo rt of that influence is unknown. probation or condemnation loses gentle
dignity, it is like an individual who lets go
The Count always appe'a red as a some
of himself, he just becomes a mad riot of
what youthful person, immaculately but emotions, disgusting to any person with
modestly attired in good style. He was a fine ideals. When a parent punishes a
sinall man, slender, and very dark. His child and loses its own temper, the pun
e'yes possessed a great fascination and ishment is of no value. Thus , in many
those who looked upon them were pro ways we' find that emotions do not express
foundly influence'd. For many years the feeling, but only excess of feeling at the
Count was the philosophical and ethical expense of vitality.
fad of France. He was entertained by
Appetites.-These are generally speak
those in the highest position and his circle
ing, false taste for superficial things. Proof
of intimates included the royalty of many
as to whether the appetite is real is
natlOns. He had entree where othe'rs
whether or not the body wants food or
dared not enter and his word carried a
merely wishes to dabble with the super
tr:emendous influence.
COUNT DE ST. GERMAINE ficial icings which most people use to
His personality has been described as satisfy an appetite. Mentally and spirit
charming and his ability to preserve' his ually, people who are hungry want sub
youth overwhelming, the passing of thirty
or forty years apparently producing no
change whatever in his' appearance.
EMOTIONALISM
stantial food. They generally want plain
wholesome food and mentally and spirit
ually, they want an honest diet. They
The famous transcendentalist, Count de Emotionalism.-Passions, Lusts, Fe'a rs, want to know their faults as well as their
Cagliostro, was receive'd by Count de St. Hysteries, Joys, and Sorrows and all other virtues, their weakne's ses as well as their
Ge rmaine' and the two spent considerable forms of excessive emotions, have very strong points. They want honest outline
time in private discussion. The results of fine dividing lines between them and mild of subjects. They do not need any frills
the meeting have never been divulged. insanity. Man is given an emotional or nor large amounts of c~ndiment. They
- -'_Co unt de St. Gecrnain.e.-w aS-.th_e~ m.QWg nism fa ~ i s t.i ~U1:.p.o.s e' t.hat _want i Ls~is" On the otbe
sp lnt of Rosicrucianism during the has nothing in common with its present hand a satiated appetite must have thrills.
eig htee'nth century, and he is suspected of usc. Certain forms of healing, sense per Its me'n tal and physical diet must be
being the great power behind the French ception, etc., depend upon the emotional highly seasoned with loquacity and ver
Revolution. There is reason to believe body for their finest and fullest expression. bosity. An honest man living an honest
that the famous, novel of Lord BulweT The deeper and finer the emotions, the life, demands and expects only honest
Lytton-Zanoni-is actually concerned less apparent they are, until the very high forms of diet which will assist him to be
with the' life and activities of St. Ger est and noble'st of these express them more efficient, but in religion, all people
maine. The position occupied by St. Ger selves only as fineness of character, beauty are not honest. A large number of people
mai.ne in Freemasonry is somewhat ob of spirit, and that depth of affection which take up occultism for a thrill and group
scure. He is generally considered as hav manifests as sympathy, cooperation, com themselves into cults. These cults repre
ing been a Freemason, and Arthur Ed passion, fraternity and brotherhood. None sent a distinctive thrill, each catering to
ward Waite includes his photograph in of these are obvious emotions, nor do they people who dishonestly desire that thrill.
his Secret Traditions of Freemasonry, depend upn energy or the fire flame of An example' of this will be found in a
and it would probably pay the brethren emotional force for their expression. Their large number of free love cults that spring
of the Craft to investigate very carefully depth is measured by quality and not up all the time. These cults are composed
th e activities of this remarkable philoso quantity. They are subdued, synthetic, of sensualists and emotionalists who are
pher, who undoubtedly possessed a pro and like the emotions of the Masters are making desperate efforts to vindicate in
found understanding of the secret work altruistic, humanitarian and constructive.. famy and get their now prohibited alco
ing s of Nature'. Every emotion costs energy, and after ex holic stimulants by the communion cup
.Count de St. Germaine disappeared from cessive joy or sorrow there is always the route. The true occultist wants plain,
the stag e of French mysticism as sud reaction in the form of weakness or de simple food , both mental and physical. His
denly and inexplicably as he had appeared. pression. We cannot afford this as energy appetites and tastes are simple for he
Nothing is known concerning him after is man's most precious possession. In fact re'alizes that the path of wisdom is thru
that disappearance. It is claimed by it does not even belong to him, being only the medium of simple things. He wants
transcendentalists that ,he' retired into the loaned by nature for a ce'rtaih end. The what is good for him and he uses his
secret order which had sent him into the abuse of this and the wasting of it in appetites only as far a s they cooperate
world for a particular and peculiar pur fruitless demonstrations of either appro with the noble purpose to which he has
pose. Having accomplished this purpose, bation or condemnation are both neces consecrated his life. All over AmeTica,
he vanished. Count de St. Germaine is sary and unwise. When people talk too pseudo occultists are playing to the emo
the mysterious philosopher and adept much their words loose worth. Whe'n peo tions of men and women, raking in ill
whom -Theosophists know under the name ple applaud too much, their applause is gotten gain which they accumulate by
of the Master R. and who, according to worthless. The less a thing is used, the misinforming their fellow creatures on the
their belief, is now the invisible power less of it exists, the more valuable it is. esse;ntial points of life and playing to the
controlling the development and unfold The elder brothers c-riticize with one innate weaknesses which are to be found
ment of the Freemasonic Fraternity. word. Their approbation is expressed in (Continued on Page 6, Col. 1)
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(Continued from Page 1, Col. 1) wanderer; my bed is the earth, my labor it dwe'lls permanently in the state of self
hahood, The attainment of Self is the is with myself for myself, for I have completeness, He who is complete within
end of the illusion, for ignorance is the realized that when I labor for others I himself needs neither sun nor moon nor
condition of being unaware of Self and serve myself and that when I labor with stars to light him, for he is his own light.
wisdom is the recognition of Self. At others I am laboring with myself. Thus, He needs neither food nor clothing, for
tainment is the attain the state of Reality attained within the he is fed by his own soul and is clothed
ment of Self and Nir mind and gradually distributed through with the' garments of his own understand
vana is, the absorption out the organism until the individual sinks ing. He who is complete in himself needs
into Self. into the entire, becoming part of and one ,'!either worlds nor elements, for whether
By the reason of with all created things. sea ted by the side of the road or sus
those things_ :hich,...._,....-~I.._j+l t.b.r-0ugh-r.e-nHlleiatiefl aehievecl pende in space, he is c-Gmplet in his
lead the mind into the union with the Spirit of Things and hav union with Self.
of frivolity, ing come into an understanding of the "Therefore, 0 son, Self is all there is.
mind becomes nature of things, it is no longer possible The attainment of Self is the Great VVork.
clear for the con to be critical, to pass judgment, to con vVhen you preach, preach the gospel of
templation of Self. All demn, for the cause of ignorance has Self; when you live, live the life of Self;
those things which been discovered and the reason for sin when you serve, serve that Universal Self,
detract the attention revealed, Ignorance is involvement; wis remembering always that nothing can be
of the mind from dom is freedom. Each man is a servant added to the Self nor taken from it but
from the contemplation of Self are world of the things he does not know and a that the discovery of Self is only possible
ly, They are snares and illusions, and those ruler over that which he understands. after the mind has freed itself of the illu
who become enmeshed in them are bound And men are good and bad according to sion. Sorrow, sickness, sin and death
to the vVheel of Life' and Death, Renun wisdom and ignorance. The Reality in reveal to man the need of Self. There
ciation is the sure road to the recogni all men is good and all are strugg11ing for fore each in its turn stimulates him in his
tion of Reality, Renunciation is not the the achievement of Reality, each in his quest for Self. Growth is a dissemina
giving up of the world, but the recogni own way and each according to his own tion into Self; unfoldment is a distribu
tion of the fact that the world is im light. Vices and virtues are conditions tion through Self; evolution is the' natural
permanent, unreal, transitory, and in all existing temporarily within the soul of growth of form manifesting the growth
respects an illusion, Man does not give one who has not yet achieved but is in of .spirit. Spirit grows only towards Self.
up the world but the illusion of the' world, the process of achieving. Good and bad The perfect form is achieved when the
and in so doing he becomes wise. are illusions belonging to the world of reality is discovered. The body is the ex
"\Vhen, therefore, I say, Kill out self, illusion; equilibrium alone' is real, and pression of the relationship between the
I do not mean the real Self but that false equilibrium is union with Self. Union with Spirit and the Universal Self. The body
self which recognizes separate' existence Self is the supreme achievement; union is the vehicle by means of which the dis
and the state of separateness in all its with Self is the purpose of all existence covery of Self is possible, and it is also
forms. When I say, Kill out self, I mean and the ultimate condition of every cre'a the cause of ignorance. The body has a
kill out that false standard which divides ture. Therefore, 0 son, renounce all and voice which speaks with its parts and
one thing from another, for the real Self don the yellow robe of the monk, going members. The voice of the body is the
is universal. You are' as much in the stick forth in the name of Self,-the one Uni voice of an irrational being. Therefore,
and stone as you are in the physical body versal SeH,-serving all things, loving all unless trained, the voice of the body is
which you have learned to believe was things, understanding all things with that the enemy of the Self. The voice of the
your self. The real You is universal. You perfect compassion born of renunciation, body is the voice of desire; the voice of
are in the air that you breathe; you are for having removed personality how can the Self is the voice of desirelessness. He
in the clouds, the' trees, the stones, for you be offended? who is controlled by his body is mortal,
the height of Reality is the realization of "By renunciation man becomes possessor for he is dominated by the concept of
perfect distribution of Self throughout the of all things, for being without desire. (Continued on Page 7, Col. 2)
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souls of men and we will stand. Cater to


City Life and the
only the selfishness, laziness and vanity of
man and we' will fall-slaves to con
Machine Age
venience.
The real meaning of civilization is the
The congestion of city life is fatal to ability of people to live together harmoni
the health of the race, but the race is not ously and civilly as individuals, communi
c,o nsidering health, is not able to consider ties, nations, and races that they may
health-its only thought must be that of learn how to co-operate for the attain
fitting into this e'ndless machine. Our ment of a set and prescribed end. Co
cities are plastered with sidewalks. The se operation and enlightenment are the basis
are so convenient, so highly desirable, and of true civilization, while competition and
so very superior to the cow-paths of long enforced ignorance are the most out
ago-yet each day they are shorte'ning the standing featUres of the thing which we
lives of all who stamp along them, pre now call civilization.
vented by several inches of concrete from Thought is the only hope of the human
receiving the life-giving currents of mag race. We must produce thinkers and to
netism from the vital body of the earth. produce thinke'rs we must learn that a
Did you ever consider the terrible shock mind that is great must have a body to
a man's spine must suffer as he puts a 'nourish it and environment to properly
hard leather heel down with a clank upon cultivate it, and a world willing to accept
a never ending surface of artificial stone? the fruitage of its endeavors. But what is
City life is just a rush from one' street car the price of the thinker today compared
to another, from one lunch stool to an to the value of a fool? The' man who can
other, from one excitement to another. pull the lever is worth ten dollars a day,
There can never be a cheap edition of ,
There is one general result of it all ana while the man who could lead a race to
that is nervous breakdown. Young peo the goal it seeks would not be worth a the "Encycloped.ic Outline' of Masonic
ple grow old in the'ir twenties from the tenth of that sum in the way civilization Hermetic and Roscrucian Symbolical
grinding thing called civilization. A large figures. Philosophy" ; for without the colored
percentage of people are round-shouldered The primitive man was truer to him plates, engravings, and other expensive
and hollow-chested and totally unfit to self, truer to his ideals and truer to his features, the text would lack its necessary
represent the human race-yet they must god. He had the body of god, the health embellishment and e1ucidation, and with
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a god-especially true in the days of
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that were once strong from labor and mathematical principles of the Greeks and item at the bookstalls. ($100 when com
chests that filled out with the pure ozone the philosophy of Plato and Aristotle. plete, $75 now, $15 with order and balance
of the open places-all these are gone. A Deep down in .the soul of each is the germ $15 per month.)
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CONTENTS-Volume III. P !':Jychology-


Initiates of the Flame.................................. D angers ...................................................... 18-1
Each group of figures includes number True Soul Growth ..................................18-1
1-3, 2-7, 3-3, 4-6, 5-2, 6-6, 7-5, 8-5, 9-3,
of- copy and number of page, as 12-1, Copy 10-5.
number 12, page 1, etc. International Horoscope' for 1927............3-1
Q
Questions and Answers ..............................

A J
3-4, 4-4, 5-4, 7-4, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 114,
A bstractions .................................................11-3
Japanese Buddhism ..................................16-1 12-4, 13-4.
A strological Chart ....................................17-8
Jazz vs. Music ..............................................4-1
K R
B
Bacon-Shakespeare Controversy ............
Krishna and Kurukshetra ........................11-1
Re<ligious Questionnaire ..............................6-1
.................................... 2-1, 3-1, 4-1, 5-1, 6-1
Requisites for Occult Students................11-1
L
Black Age ......................................................19-1
Let U s Inspire China.......... ....... .................17-3
Return, Rebirth and Recarnation ..9-1, 10-3
Book of Revelation ................................. ...13-1
Little Red I\f an of the Tuileries..............2-6
Rosie Cross Uncovered ................................
........................................15-1, 16-5; 17-5, 19-3

C M
Character Analys is ......................................4-1 Magician , Photoplay ...................................6-2
S
D I\i[ aholnet ..........................................................3-1
Seven Great Teachers-
Death of Socrates ....................................11-1
Man , a Creator ............................................8-1
H. P . Blavatsky ......................................15-1

Delphic Oracles ........................................13-6


Man Behind the Gun..................................13-1
Cagliostro .................................................. 16-1

Does Scie'nce Add to Ig norance? ........12-1


Monk in the Yellow Robe....................21-1
Athanasius Kircher ................................17-1

Murder in the Name' of the Law..........14-1


Eliphas Levi ............................................20-1

E
N P a racelsus ...........................:......................19-1

Enclyclopedic Outline of Masonic, Her


metic and Rosicrucian S ymbolical Napoleon on Religion ................................5-4 Albert Pike ................................ ............... 18-1

Philosophy ..................................1-1, 1-2, 3-4 ' Noah and His Wonderful Ark...............7-l Count St. Germain ................................21-1

Spirit of Christmas ......................................5-]

Evolution ........................................................8-1
0
Staff of Hermes, The ................................2-1

Occult Diseases, (A series)


F
Introduction .............................................. 15-1
Sun-God and the Madonna....................21-1

Factors in Mental Evolution..................20-1

Egotism ......................................................16-1

Faust ......................................................9-1, 10-1


T
Obsession .................................................... 17-1

Flower of the House of Ming....................


The Besetting Sin .....................................12-1
Mediumship ............................................. .19-1

............... ...............2-2, 3-2, 4-3, 5-5, 6-5, 7-3


Thief of Bagdad ....................19-1, 20-3, 21-6
Inn er Constitution ..................................20-1

Freemasonry and Catholicism ..............12-1

Emotionalism .............................._........! .. . .21-3


Tolstoy's Prophecy of the Great War..2- 1

God of Little Children-........


G
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in a .~J.)..LJ..JLLJ.~.er.ies_~_._.
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p Wands and Serpents ................................10-1

Gre'ek Fire ....................................................18-7


Poison Liquor ................................................9-1 Washington's Vision ....................................7-1

H Price of Civilization..............15-4, 19-8, 21-5 Were the Ancients Wiser Than We......8-1

Hindu Magic ..................................................8-3


Principles of Astrology .......................... 17-1 What Price Civilization ............................14-4

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