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The Life After Dealth

C W Leadbeater (Author) Annie Besant (Author)

Anyone just beginning to study Theosophy knows that they no longer have to see "death" as the end all be all that some claim or as a choice between Heaven or Hell. This is an exemplary study of the afterlife as taught by mystics from time immemorial to present day. Extremely enlightening and a very good read! "Charles Webster Leadbeater was a former Anglican priest, who became an influential member of the Theosophical Society, and was co-initiator of the Liberal Catholic Church. He resigned from the Theosophical Society in 1906 after accusations of pederasty, but was readmitted a few years later. He wrote many books and publications, such as, An Outline of Theosophy, The Masters and the Path, A Textbook of Theosophy, The Astral Plane: Its Scenery, Inhabitants and Phenomena, etc. This clear exposition of the Theosophical position on life after death will be of interest to many readers.

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About the authors

C W Leadbeater

The author of this book, C W Leadbeater was a clairvoyant whose range of experience of occult phenomena and unusual happenings was extraordinary. The Perfume of Egypt is a collection of 'weird stories', mostly about ghosts, which is both fascinating and informative, because they represent either personally experiences of the author or what he had heard directly from authentic sources. Readers will find this collection pleasurable and very entertaining. Mr. Leadbeater himself brings to attention in his Foreword that in other more serious books he has given scientific explanations for the apparently fantastic stories about ghosts and other occult phenomena.

Annie Besant

Annie Besant (1847-1933) joined The Theosophical Society in May 1889 and became Madame Blavatsky's devoted pupil and helper. She became a prominent worker in the Society and after the death of Col. Olcott in 1907, was elected president of the Society, which position she held till her death on 21 September 1933. Annie Besant established the Central Hindu college at Benares, which later formed the nucleus of the Benaras Hindu University, founded a weekly newspaper, Commonweal, owned New India (formerly Madras Standard) which she used to propagate the Home Rule movement, and started the Women's Indian Association. A strong supporter of India's freedom struggle, she was made president of the Calcutta session of the Indian national Congress held in August 1917. she also established the Indian Boy Scouts' Association which was united with the international movement according to Sir Robert Baden Powell's request, when she was made Honorary Commissioner for India, and in 1932 was awarded the Order of the Silver Wolf - the greatest honour that the Scout Movement could offer.

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Title The Life After Dealth
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2015
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Cosmo Publications
Language: English
isbn 9788129203533
length 86p., 3 B/W Illustrations; 8.00 X 5.00cm.