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Esoteric scholar Manly P. Hall gives a brief biography of the life of the fabled Greek philosopher, Pythagoras, as well as accounts of how he was murdered. He gives a fantastic overview of the teachings of that man. Hall covers his theories of transmigration, symmetrical solids, aphorisms, astronomy, and many other things, as well as what he expected of his students and accounts of his school and initiations.

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Here we go again!

Another FOOLosopher! Stole all his knowledge from Africa and credited himself. Not a worth it.

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Sad!

How easily people get decieved when they know a little about the scriptures not enough.

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thoroughly enjoyed

I truly enjoy the works of Manly P Hall. The are thorough and succinct readings.


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Great insight into Pythagoras' life

Enjoyed this brief introduction to Pythagoras' work. Would've liked more. Eager to hear more on this amazing man and his work.

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great insight

not a lot of books about pythagoras. not anough at least. this one is nice but short

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What a dude!

I didn't expect to learn what I did. Ties in well with the other books.

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Well written. Well narrated.

The book is precise, without needless detail. The narrator is good, being clear, with a favorable voice.

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  • Amazon Kunde
  • 02-09-21

very good

very good Information about the life of an interesting person. very well read. Enjoyed it

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  • 11-06-18

Bite size introduction to Pythagoras

Includes enough information to spark my interest into further study of Pythagoras and his philosophies. Having never read anything about him before, this was a very good introduction, providing basic information about his birth, life, ideas and advice. I recommend for the novice.

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  • P Hensley
  • 10-29-20

Enjoyable

This book was okay - I was hoping for something a little more in-depth and then I realised that Pythagoras existed a long time before Christ and there are little records available, although it appears that Pythagoras went against the establishment and thus was persecuted for speaking the truth..... a common theme throughout history......