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Occult Chemistry Clairvoyant Observations on the Chemical Elements   By: (1847-1933)

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Occult Chemistry is an incredibly unique and ambitious book that delves into the world of chemistry through the lens of clairvoyant observation. Annie Wood Besant, a renowned British author, philosopher, and theosophist, brings forth an unconventional approach by introducing the concept of psychic perception as a means of understanding the chemical elements.

The book takes readers on a mystical journey, exploring the elemental building blocks of our universe. Through the eyes of Besant and her co-author, Charles Leadbeater, the reader is invited to explore the microcosmic world of atoms, molecules, and the vibrational patterns within them. The authors claim to have developed clairvoyant abilities that allow them to visually perceive these atomic structures.

One cannot help but be captivated by the incredible attention to detail provided in this work. The authors describe in vivid detail the various elements, their dimensions, shapes, and intricate patterns. They provide illustrations and diagrams that aim to depict these invisible atomic structures that the average person can only fathom through scientific representations.

At first, it may be easy to dismiss the claims made within Occult Chemistry as mere fantasy or fabrication. However, it is essential to keep an open mind when approaching this book. Besant and Leadbeater themselves emphasize that their observations are subjective and require further scientific validation.

What sets this book apart is its willingness to defy conventional scientific means and explore new avenues of understanding. It challenges readers to question the limitations of our current knowledge and encourages the exploration of alternative ways of approaching complex subjects like chemistry.

However, one must exercise caution while reading Occult Chemistry. The book's dense, technical language and intricate diagrams can be overwhelming for those without a strong background in chemistry. It also remains a highly controversial work, making it crucial for readers to approach it with a critical mindset and a willingness to explore unconventional ideas.

In conclusion, Occult Chemistry is a thought-provoking and daring exploration of the chemical elements through clairvoyant observation. Annie Wood Besant and Charles Leadbeater present an intriguing blend of science and spirituality, pushing the boundaries of our understanding of the atomic world. Regardless of whether one accepts or rejects the claims made within this book, it undeniably sparks the imagination and encourages readers to question the nature of reality.

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OCCULT CHEMISTRY

Clairvoyant Observations on the Chemical Elements

by

ANNIE BESANT, P.T.S.

and

CHARLES W. LEADBEATER

Revised Edition edited by A. P. SINNETT

LONDON THEOSOPHICAL PUBLISHING HOUSE 1, UPPER WOBURN PLACE, W.C. 1.

1919

EDITOR'S PREFACE.

When undertaking to prepare a new edition of this book I received permission from the authors to "throw it into the form in which you think it would be most useful at the present time." It was left to my discretion, "What to use and what to omit." I have not found it necessary to avail myself to any considerable extent of this latter permission. But as the contents of the book were originally arranged the reader was ill prepared to appreciate the importance of the later research for want of introductory matter explaining how it began, and how the early research led up to the later investigation. I have therefore contributed an entirely new preliminary chapter which will, I hope, help the reader to realise the credibility of the results attained when the molecular forms and constitution of the numerous bodies examined were definitely observed. I have not attempted to revise the records of the later research in which I had no personal share, so from the beginning of Chapter III to the end the book in its present form is simply a reprint of the original edition except for the correction of a few trifling misprints... Continue reading book >>




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