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Tillett on Mahatma Letters & Leadbeater

Apr 04, 2007 10:30 AM
by danielhcaldwell

" the case of life after death, the Mahatma
Letters argue that after death man is in 'a quiet
blissful sleep' and mentally 'annihilated', and that
communication between the living and dead is virtually
impossible.  Leadbeater taught that man continues to
function almost exactly as when alive, except that he
no longer has a physical body, and that communication
is easy."

Charles Webster Leadbeater 1854-1934: A Biographical Study
by Gregory Tillett
Chapter 21: Notes; Note 20, p. 1057.

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