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Astral Plane: Its Scenery, Inhabitants and Phenomena

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In Astral Plane: Its Scenery, Inhabitants and Phenomena, C. W. Leadbeater delves into the mysterious and often misunderstood realm of the astral plane. The author provides a comprehensive guide to the various aspects of this ethereal realm, describing its landscapes, inhabitants, and phenomena in vivid detail.

Leadbeater's writing is clear and engaging, making complex concepts accessible to readers who may be unfamiliar with the subject matter. He explores the different layers of the astral plane, from the lower astral realms filled with negative entities to the higher planes inhabited by enlightened beings.

The author's descriptions of the astral scenery are particularly captivating, painting a vivid picture of a world beyond our physical senses. He also delves into the different types of beings that populate the astral plane, from elementals to deceased humans and celestial beings.

While some readers may approach the topic of the astral plane with skepticism, Leadbeater presents his information in a convincing and well-researched manner. Overall, Astral Plane is a fascinating and enlightening read for anyone interested in exploring the mysteries of the unseen world.

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As sceptics dismissed other-worldly phenomena as the stuff of legend, trickery or delusion, nineteenth-century 'occult science' set out to explain them scientifically. Here, C. W. Leadbeater maps out the scenery and inhabitants of the astral plane, accounting along the way for phenomena such as the journey of the soul after death, magic and sorcery, vampires and werewolves, pixies, gnomes and fairies, ghosts and shades, and communication with the departed in the seance room. A leading figure in the Theosophical movement after the death of Madame Blavatsky, Leadbeater was reincarnated in Stockport, Cheshire, (now part of Greater Manchester) after an unusually long spell of 2,300 years in the heaven-world. Ordained as an Anglican clergyman, he became a prolific author on theosophical topics. His theosophical studies took him to Ceylon and Australia, where he was the spiritual leader of the Manor commune in Sydney, which still exists today.

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