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Life After Death in Kamaloka: HPB versus CWL

Jul 12, 2007 09:23 AM
by danielhcaldwell

Life After Death in Kamaloka (the Astral World):
H.P. Blavatsky versus C.W. Leadbeater

"The original statements in the Theosophical Society regarding the
after death processes were given in Letters of the Mahatmas to A.P.
Sinnett. . . . One must, however, note that a DIFFERENT description
of the after death process appears in some works by theosophical
writers. One such exponent was C.W. Leadbeater, a notable
clairvoyant, who recorded what he saw of after death
conditions. . . . This [Leadbeater's version] would seem to be at
VARIANCE with the original teaching." caps added

". . . the accounts of after-death conditions in her [Blavatsky's]
own direct writings and in the Mahatma Letters CLASH very
emphatically not only with what Bishop Leadbeater and other members
of the [Adyar Theosophical] Society later described, but also with
descriptions GIVEN BY PSYCHICS quite unconnected with the Society."  
caps added

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