Max Freedom Long
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|Max Freedom Long|
|Born||26 October 1890 |
|Died||23 September 1971 (80) |
San Diego, California
|Affiliations||Borderland Sciences (BSRA)|
Max Freedom Long (October 26, 1890 - September 23, 1971) was an American author and founder of Huna, his personal interpretation of certain magical and esoteric practices native to Hawaii.
- Long, Max Freedom (1946), Huna - The Workable Psycho-Religious System of the Polynesians
- Long, Max Freedom (1948), The Secret Science Behind Miracles
- Long, Max Freedom (1953), The Secret Science at Work: New Light on Prayer
- The Huna Code in Religions: A Report on the Rediscovered Mystery Teachings Underlying Christianity, Yoga and Buddhism, 1956
- Long, Max Freedom (1958), Self-Suggestion and the New Huna Theory of Mesmerism and Hypnosis
- Huna: The Secret Psycho-Religious Science of the Polynesians, borderlandsciences.org, https://borderlandsciences.org/journal/topic/huna.html
- "California Death Index, 1940-1997," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VPNW-1MH : accessed 21 April 2016), Max F Long, 23 Sep 1971; Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.