The Astral Plane (Annotated)

The Astral Plane (Annotated)

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  • This edition includes the following editor's introduction: Charles Webster Leadbeater, an eminence of spirituality surrounded by controversy

Originally published in 1895, "The Astral Plane" (AKA The Astral Plane: Its Scenery, Inhabitants & Phenomena) is a Theosophical Classic by British author Charles Webster Leadbeater describing what the Astral Plane is, its advantages, its dangers, what types of spirits inhabit it, what it is like, and how to get there.

"The Astral Plane" is an engrossing document of the public fascination with the paranormal at the turn of the 20th century. This work explains one aspect of theosophy, the metaphysical doctrine that seeks to find the unified truth buried in all of humanity's religions.

On this incredible guided tour of one of the "various planes of the universe," you'll meet black magicians, vampires, werewolves, elemental essences, fairies, and angels. You'll encounter phenomena including churchyard ghosts, mysterious bell ringing, clairvoyance, second sight, spirit photographs, slate writing, and levitation. And you'll learn why darkness is absolutely required at a séance.

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Publication date
July 15, 2022
File size
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