The May 1931 issue of Manly P. Hall's magazine on esoteric, religious and mystical subjects. This issue has been scanned in high resolution from an original. About 31 pages in length.
The All-Seeing Eye (Devoted to The Search for Those Fundamental Verities Existing in the Educational Systems, Religions and Philosophies of All Ages) was Manly P. Hall's monthly (and at times weekly) magazine dedicated to the dissemination of ancient wisdom teachings.
The All-Seeing Eye was published between 1923-1931, in 5 volumes consisting of 51 issues in total. Here is some information on the entire series, which is available as individual issues on Apple Books:
Volume 1 (6 issues) ran for six months, from May 1923 to October 1923. Each of these issues is about 31 pages in length.
Volume 2 (6 issues) also ran for six months, from November 1923 to April 1924. Each of these issues is about 31 pages in length, with a few being longer.
Volume 3 (21 issues) is when the format transitioned into a weekly newspaper, and ran from November 24, 1926 to April 13, 1927. Each of these issues is about 8 pages in length, but with a 3-column newspaper format.
Volume 4 (6 issues) saw a return to the monthly format, and was printed as a small booklet, running from May 1927 to October 1927. Each of these issues is about 31 pages in length.
Volume 5 (12 issues) ran from October 1930 through September 1931. These issues are also about 31 pages in length.