(1901-1990) Most famous for his self-published masterwork "The Secret Teachings of All Ages" (written when he was in his twenties).
In 1934 Mr. Hall founded the Philosophical Research Society, dedicating it to the ensoulment of all arts, sciences, and crafts, and devoted to the one basic purpose of advancing the brotherhood of all that lives, to meet all lovers of wisdom on a common ground.
He said: "To learn is to live, to study is to grow, and growth is the measurement of life. The mind must be taught to think, the heart to feel, and the hands to labor. When these have been educated to their highest point, then is the time to offer them to the service of their fellowman, not before."
"What truly counts in these studies is the manner in which human beings behave internally and invisibly with one another."