Mysticism of Colonial America (Pamphlet) 0-89314876-8
In this work, Manly Hall illuminates the relation of transcendentalism with a philosophical (and religious) democracy - a part of our heritage he felt we ought not forget.
Among this collection of Colonial American voices, Manly features insight on the essays of William Penn (1644-1718) as well as the early work of a German Pietist and mystic, Johannes Kelpius (1673-1708). These voices made a valiant effort to dedicate this world, and specifically this hemisphere, to the fulfillment of the prophecies of the ages.
Also discussed: the connection between American mysticism and the Alexandrian and Ancient Greek classical philosophy through the lens of early mystical Christianity.
Cover Art: "Atlantica" by Olaf Rudbeck
Layout & Design by: Paul Kjell Austad
ISBN: 0-89314-876-8 || Pamphlet. 52 pages.