Leadbeater's Abandoned Books
Apr 03, 2006 12:23 PM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline
But this book by C. W. Leadbeater is one of those "abandoned works" which
the TPH stopped publishing for good reasons by this strange author.
Adyar people use to quote one or two paragraphs from it -- and that's all.
And these paragraphs do not go beyond what was already known in the 19th
century in the esoteric literature.
I never saw this book -- it was effectively buried and "hidden" from the
public and from the Adyar TS members, as long as I know.
Best regards, Carlos.
From: "DENNIS KIER" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Theos-World Re: Leadbeater
Date: Sat, 1 Apr 2006 11:04:50 -0800
"In the 1890s, Annie Besant worked with psychic C. C. Leadbeater in an
imaginative study to describe the structure of atoms. We believe that in
this early research at the English Theosophical Society, Leadbeater was the
first person in the world to describe the distinctive nuclear structure of
the three isotopes of hydrogen. In his book OCCULT CHEMISTRY, published in
1898, he wrote that he clairvoyantly saw that a given atom of hydrogen
have one, two, or three particles in its nucleus, and still be hydrogen.
Isotopes had not yet been discovered by chemists. Leadbeater reported that
atoms of different atomic weights could still retain their chemical
Quoted on page 74, Miracles of Mind, by Russell Targ and Jane Katra, Ph.D.
Pub New World Library, 1998, ISBN 1-57731-070-5
In one of the publisher’s blurbs on the back cover, one paragraph says,
"Targ presents the conclusions of his 20 years of remote-viewing
for the Stanford Research Institute, and reveals for the first time the
results of recently declassified CIA experiments in psychic spying during
the Cold War...."
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