Bibliography of Astrology Page 82:
Hall, Manly: Manly – Hammack

Hall, Manly P.; notes by P., V. B. ‘Manly Hall’s Astrology Class[1]’ No publisher stated, unclearly dated[2]. Two typed pages on pink paper from an unclear source, numbered 28 and 29, discussing a planetary aspect configuration referred to as a “Vicious Circle”, laid in. Originally solid card covers (heavily worn down spine hinges, to foot of spine and to inner margins of bottom edges of boards, with total loss of top inch of outer spine; tape is adhered over remainder of spine, with further tape supporting the front inner hinge from the inside); wear to outer corners of boards; moderate wear to remainder of bottom edges of boards) with period line art to front and rear boards[3], internally housing metal ring binder, whose rings are threaded through  holes punched in inner margins of otherwise looseleaf pages. Main contents printed in typescript on pale yellow paper throughout. Start of vol.: [2 pages on orange paper[4]] + [index leaf]. Bound in after Lesson 7: [1 leaf of illustration[5]]. Main contents comprise:

  • Lesson No. 1. The Philosophy of Astrology – October 11, 1932. [Leaves 1-7]
  • Lesson No. 2. The Astrological Alphabet Part I – The Twelve Signs of the Zodiac. 15 pp
  • Lesson No. 3. The Astrological Alphabet Part II – The Ten Planets. 8 pp
  • Lesson No. 4. The Astrological Alphabet Part 3 – The Twelve Houses. 9 pp
  • Lesson No. 5. The Astrological Alphabet Part 4 – Minor Divisions of the Houses, Signs and Planets. 12 pp
  • Lesson No. 6. The Setting Up of the Horoscope Part 1. – The Rising Sign. [Leaf 1] + [pp. 2-11]
  • Lesson No. 7. The Setting Up of the Horoscope Part 2 – Finding the Position of the Planets. 11 pp
  • Lesson No. 8. Reading the Horoscope Part 1 – The Aspects. 15 + [p. 15 (2)]
  • Lesson No. 9. Reading the Horoscope Part 2. The Theory of Judgment. 12 + [1 leaf]
  • Lesson No. 10. Reading the Horoscope Part 3. The Use of Keywords. 15 pp
  • Progressing the Horoscope. [3 leaves] + [leaf 3 (2)] + [leaves 4-5]
  • Introduction (To The Evangeline Adams Guide)[6] – 1933. 5 pp
  • An Appreciation of Astrology[7]. [Leaves 1-3]
  • Students Calculation Form[8] – August 1, 1932. 11 + [4 pages of tables]

Hall, Manly Palmer, Philosopher ‘The Philosophy of Astrology’ Stated First Edition – Philosophical Research Society, Inc. 3341 Griffith Park Blvd., Los Angeles 27, Calif., 1943. Paper-covered boards in dj (lightly torn at extremities of spine and some edges). [2] + [Frontis.] + [3] + [pp. 9-12] + [plate] + [pp. 13-20] + [plate] + [pp. 21-8] + [plate] + [pp. 29-36] + [plate] + [pp. 37-44] + [plate] + [pp. 45-52] + [plate] + [pp. 53-60] + [plate] + [pp. 61-91] + [1]

Hall, Manly P. ‘The Philosophy of Astrology’ Fifth Printing – The Philosophical Research Society Inc., Los Angeles, Calif., 1996

Hall, Manly Palmer, Philosopher ‘The Piscean Age: a System of World Prophecy’ Stated First Edition – Philosophical Research Society, Inc., 3341 Griffith Park Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 1942. Original lightly textured pictorial card covers. (Wear to spine; 1cm tear to outer edge of rear cover; 8mm tear to outer edge of front cover; general edgewear and staining to covers.) Staplebound pamphlet. [4] + [pp. 5-47] + [1]

Hall, Manly P. ‘Planetary Influence and the Human Soul’ Philosophical Research Society, Inc., 3910 Los Feliz Blvd., Los Angeles, California, unclearly dated[9]. Thin card covers. Staplebound pamphlet. [pp. 3-38]

Hall, Manly P. ‘Pluto in Libra: an Interpretation’ Philosophical Research Society, Inc., 3910 Los Feliz Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, unclearly dated[10]. Thin card covers. Staplebound pamphlet. [2] + [pp. 3-31]

Hall, Manly P. ‘Principles of Prophecy – Eight Lessons, March and April, 1941’ No Publisher stated, presumed 1941. A4-sized card covers with cloth-tape spine (frayed to foot of spine and somewhat along whole surface of same). Contents printed in typescript on single-sided leaves throughout, with title pages to each lesson on green paper and contents on translucent copy paper. Internally comprises:

  • Planets, Signs, and Houses in Mundane Astrology – Lesson I, March 18, 1941. [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-14]
  • Time Cycles and Dating of Events in Mundane Astrology – Lesson II, March 21, 1941. [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-16]
  • Planetary Motions for 1941. The Next Five Years for Great Britain. The Horoscope of Winston Churchill. – Lesseon III, March 25, 1941. [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-17]
  • Planetary Motions for 1942. The Next Five Years for Germany. The Horoscope of Hitler – Lesson IV, March 28, 1941. [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-17]
  • Planetary Motions for 1943. The Next Five Years for Russia. The Horoscope of Stalin – Lesson V, April 1, 1941. [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-17]
  • Planetary Motions for 1944. The Next Five Years for Italy. The Horoscope of Mussolini – Lesson VI, April 4, 1941. [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-17]
  • Planetary Motions for 1945. The Next Five Years for Japan and France. The Horoscope of the Emperor of Japan and Marshall Petain – Lesson VII, April 8, 1941. [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-17]
  • Planetary Motions for the United States from 1941 to 1945. The Horoscope of President Roosevelt – Lesson VIII, April 11, 1941. [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-20]

Hall, Manly P. ‘Psychoanalyzing the Twelve Zodiacal Types’ Fourth Edition – Philosophical Research Society, 3341 Griffith Park Boulevard, Los Angeles 27, Calif., 1946[11]. Textured card covers (light wear to top of spine). Staplebound pamphlet. [4] +  [pp. 3-65]

Hall, Manly P. ‘The Return of the War Lords – Have the Conquerors of the Past Been Reborn?’ No publisher stated, April 30, 1939. No covers. Looseleaf single-sided A4 sheets printed in typescript, clipped together at top edge. All leaves after title leaf printed on translucent copy paper. [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-15]

Hall, Manly P. ‘The Lectures of Manly P. Hall:] Stars, Nations, and People: Lecture Note 26’ Philosophical Research Society, Inc., 3910 Los Feliz Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 1994. Paper covers. Singly staplebound pamphlet. [pp. 3-24]

Hall, Manly P. ‘[Astrological Research Manual Number One] The Story of Astrology: the Belief in the Stars as a Factor in Human Progress’ Stated First Edition – The Phoenix Press, Los Angeles, California, 1933. Two copies. Copy A: Original gilt-stamped ribbed cloth (minimal wear to outer corners of boards) in dj (slight chipping to extremities of spine hinges, top of spine, and extremities of flap-folds; light wear to spine hinges; occasional slight tearing to edges of covers; front flap price-clipped). (Light separation between pp. 44-5, but binding strong beneath.) Copy B: Original gilt-stamped ribbed cloth (light wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards); no dj. Both copies: [1 leaf] + [frontis.] + [2] + [pp. 3-14] + [2] + [pp. 17-82] + [plate] + [pp. 83-6] + [plate] + [pp. 87-155] + [8 pages of advertisements]. Copy A: [dj rear cover featuring 1 page of advertisements]

Hall, Manly P. ‘The Story of Astrology: the Belief in the Stars as a Factor in Human Progress’ Fourth Edition, Revised and Enlarged[12] – the Philosophical Research Society, Inc., 3910 Los Feliz. Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 1975. Cloth (moderate wear to extremities of spine and lower outer corner of front board; light wear to other outer corners of boards) in dj (2cm tear and short further tears to top edge of rear cover; wear and slight chipping to top of spine and tops of flap-folds; moderate wear and slight tearing to top edge of front cover). [5] + [pp. 5-156]

Hall, Manly P. ‘Survey of Vietnam: its Religion, Its Culture and Its Problems – Lecture of August 1, 1965[13]’ The Philosophical Research Society, Inc., 3910 Los Feliz Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 1965. No covers or spine. Large-format leaves, bound by staples through inner margins (also punched with unused holes in inner margins). Contents printed on single-sided leaves in typescript throughout. (Short tear to inner edge of title page.) [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-13]

Hall, Manly P. ‘[The Lectures of Manly P. Hall:] The Theory of Astrological Keywords: Lecture Note 038’ Philosophical Research Society, Inc., 3910 Los Feliz Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 1994. Paper covers. Singly staplebound pamphlet. 24pp + [1] (= reverse of rear cover)

Hall, Manly P. ‘The Third Term: Will Franklin D. Roosevelt Break the Tradition?’ No publisher stated, September 18, 1938. No covers. Looseleaf single-sided A4 sheets printed in typescript, clipped together at top edge. All leaves after title leaf printed on translucent copy paper. [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-8] + [leaves 1 (2)-7 (2)]

Hall, Manly P. ‘[The Lectures of Manly P. Hall:] To What Degree Should Astrology Influence Our Decisions in Daily Living: Lecture Note 092’ Philosophical Research Society, Inc., 3910 Los Feliz Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 1994. Paper covers. Singly staplebound pamphlet. 21pp inc. reverse of rear cover

Hall, Manly Palmer ‘[Psychology under stress…] Your Life in a Wartime Year: a Guiding Analysis of the Reactions of Individuals Born Under Each of the 12 Signs of the Zodiac’ Stated First Edition – Philosophical Research Society,3341 Griffith Park Blvd., Los Angeles, Cal., 1942. Small-format card covers (slight chipping to lower outer corner of front cover). Staplebound pamphlet. (Trace of damp-staining to lower outer corners of internal pages, far from text, and to equivalent portion of inside of rear cover.) [4] + [pp. 3-55]

Hall, Michelle ‘Astrology and Earth Medicine[14]‘ [Self-Published], Saratoga, CA, undated[15]. Large-format outwardly-glossy card covers. Bound by plastic comb threaded through holes punched in inner margins. [3 leaves] + 4 + [2 pages of diagrams] + [pp. 5-94]

Hall, S. Elizabeth, M.A. ‘Astrology: the Link Between Two Worlds: Suggestions concerning the Origin and Significance of Star-lore’ John M. Watkins, 21, Cecil Court, Charing Cross Road, W.C. 2, London, 1925. Card covers (slight chipping at foot of spine). Staples through inner margins. [3] + 59

Hamaker-Zondag, Karen; tr. Transcript, Wales ‘Aspects and Personality’ [2nd Printing] – Samuel Weiser Inc., York Beach, Maine, (1994)

Hamaker-Zondag, Karen; tr. Anonymous ‘Foundations of Personality: Combining Elements, Crosses and Houses with Jungian Psychological Concepts in Horoscope Interpretation’ Samuel Weiser, Inc., York Beach, Maine, 1994

Hamaker-Zondag, Karen; tr. Anonymous ‘Handbook of Horary Astrology’ Sri Satguru Publications, Indological and Oriental Publishers, Indian Book Centre, Delhi, 2000

Hamaker-Zondag, Karen; tr. Kinnet, Paul ‘L’horoscope et l’énergie psychique: une approche psychologique de l’astrologie’ Le Jour, Éditeur / Sogides Ltée, no place stated, 1983

Hamaker-Zondag, Karen; tr. Transcript, Wales ‘The House Connection: How to Read the Houses in an Astrological Chart’ Samuel Weiser Inc., York Beach, Maine, 1994

Hamaker-Zondag, Karen; tr. Anonymous ‘Planetary Symbolism in the Horoscope’ Samuel Weiser Inc., York Beach, Maine, 1996

Hamaker-Zondag, Karen ‘Psychological Astrology: a Synthesis of Jungian Psychology and Astrology’ [4th Impression] – Samuel Weiser Inc., York Beach, Maine, 2000

Hamaker-Zondag, Karen; tr. Ruf, Christine und Talke, Brigitte ’Saturn im Transit durch die Häuser’ 2. Auflage – Chiron Verlag, Tübingen, 2005.

Hamaker-Zondag, Karen ‘The Yod Book, Including a Complete Discussion of Unaspected Planets’ Samuel Weiser Inc., York Beach, Maine, 2000

Hamaker-Zondag, Karen; tr. Ruf, Christine und Talke, Brigitte ’Solare: die Deutung von Jahreshoroskopen’ Chiron Verlag, Tübingen, 2002

Hamaker-Zondag, Karen; tr. Transcript, Ltd. ‘The Twelfth House: the Hidden Power in the Horoscope’

Hamann, Brigitte und Hoyer, Heike ‘Die Deutung des Solars: Ein altes Thema in neuem Licht’ Astronova, Tübingen, 2008

Hamblin, David ‘Harmonic Charts: Understanding and Using the Principle of Harmonics in Astrological Interpretation’ This Edition [3rd Impression] – The Aquarian Press, Thorsons Publishing Group, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, 1987

Hamblin, David ‘The Spirit of Numbers: a New Exploration of Harmonic Astrology’ The Wessex Astrologer Ltd., Bournemouth, 2011

Hamilton, Maryln ‘Romance of the Stars’ Wetzel Publishing Co., Inc., Los Angeles, California, 1931. Textured card covers. [5] + [pp. 9-64]

Hammack, Edward O., Jr. ‘Your Turn in the Sun: the Sinewave Forecast of Your Personal Life Cycle Through 2025[16]’ Stated First Printing – American Federation of Astrologers, Inc., 6535 S. Rural Road, Tempe, AZ, 1999[17]. Large-format card covers. Bound by plastic comb threaded through holes punched in inner margins. Main text contents printed in dual columns. [2] + [p. iii] + [p. v] + [pp. vii-viii] + 3 + [3 pages of illustrations] + [p. 7] + [pp. 9-27] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 30-1] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 34-6] + [4 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 41-2] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [p. 45] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 48-53] + [3 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 57-61] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [p. 64] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [p. 67] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 70-1] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 74-5] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [p. 78] + [4 pages of illustrations] + [pp.  83-5] + [3 pages of illustrations] + [pp.89-101] + [pp. 103-110] + [24 pages of tables] + [pp. 135-7] + [6 pages of tables] + [pp. 144-150] + [12 pages of tables] + [pp. 163-170]

 

[1] Appears most likely to be a custom binding of notes taken and retyped by a student or assistant in one of his classes whose initials were V. B. P.. Whether they were typed from a direct audio recording of the lectures or just from the student’s own handwritten notes taken in class is not clear. But the student seems to have done a remarkably thorough job of replicating Hall’s lectures in the latter case. The typing does not appear to be in facsimile, and is presumed original

[2] No overall date is apparent. For the individual parts that carry dates, those dates have been shown

[3] The front board is labelled E-212 K in print

[4] Illustration is entitled “Astrology is the Clock of Destiny”, and stated as having been compiled in Los Angeles, Feb. 1927, by James Lippincott (presumably the publisher), with an article “The Truth About Astrology” printed to the reverse side

[5] A pictorial map of the constellations entitled “Religion of the Stars Constellation Chart”, published by the Church of Light, Los Angeles, undated

[6] Signed in typescript with Hall’s name. It would appear to be a piece he wrote for an Evangeline Adams yearbook

[7] Enigmatically signed in the same typescript “The Silent Partner”

[8] This is an official separate publication, professionally printed, with text in dual columns, and bound in large-format paper covers, with staples through inner margins. (The front and rear covers have a few small edge tears.)

[9] Copyrighted 1985, but this is clearly a much later printing, referencing the P.R.S. website

[10] Copyrighted 1971, but this copy is almost certainly an undeclared later reprint

[11] The date of the first edition is given as 1937

[12] Despite the claims of enlargement, in page count this fourth edition is almost identical to the first. The dates of the second and third editions are given as 1943 and 1959 respectively.

[13] NB: a non-astrological analysis that happens to have made its way into this collection

[14] The main part of this work suggests herbal remedies and supplementary vitamin and cell salt prescriptions for the sun signs. There is also a substantial section on Sun sign compatibility. The volume closes with a couple of general essays on mental and emotional-health topics

[15] Not in Worldcat; guessed early 1980s

[16] A presentation of a method of life-phase analysis seemingly based on sun degree area, with 120 groups of birthdays rounded up to represent three-degree intervals of solar degree, each group being assigned years when their lives will supposedly be in one of eight phases as part of a 13-16 year cycle that seems to based on half a Saturn cycle. The phase indications for male and female subjects are differentiated

[17] Copyrighted 1998

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