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Charles Webster Leadbeater: His Life, Writings & Theosophical Teachings

Apr 06, 2006 04:40 PM
by danielhcaldwell

". . . Annie Besant, the President of the [Adyar Theosophical] 
Society from 1907 to her death in 1933, and Charles Webster 
Leadbeater, arguably the most influential theosophical writer from 
the early years of the 20th century to his death in 1934. . . were 
largely responsible for the introduction of new teachings that were 
often in total opposition to the Theosophy of Blavatsky and her 
Masters. These teachings were designated by their opponents as Neo-
Theosophy . . . or less often Pseudo-Theosophy. The differences 
between Theosophy and Neo-Theosophy are . . . numerous . . . . An 
extensive overview [of the differences] is given in the . . .  
booklet, Theosophy or Neo-Theosophy by Margaret Thomas. . . ."  

Dr. James A. Santucci

For more information, see:

See also:

Theosophy Versus Neo-Theosophy
compiled by Margaret Thomas

Life After Death in Kamaloka (the Astral World):
H.P. Blavatsky & Master K.H. versus C.W. Leadbeater & Geoffrey Hodson

Blavatsky Study Center / Blavatsky Archives

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