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Charles Webster Leadbeater
range of [C.W. Leadbeater's] . . . writings, and the wealth of material that flowed from
his prolific pen, was vast. Some forty volumes, even more pamphlets, and for
much of his life probably five or six journal articles a week . . . constituted his
literary output . . . . The modern occult revival owes more to him than to anyone else;
his concepts and ideas, his popularizing of occult and Theosophical terms and principles,
run through all modern works on these subjects. . . . "
|The Elder Brother:
A Biography of Charles Webster Leadbeater
by Gregory Tillett 1982. Hardcover, 337 pp.
"Is he the world's greatest occultist and psychic? Or the worst sort of charlatan and con-man? These widely ranging views of Charles Leadbeater were current in his lifetime and even now, years after his death in 1934, he remains a controversial figure. His disciples hailed him as the greatest seer of their age; his enemies attacked him as a fraud or worse. But as Gregory Tillett shows in this biography of Leadbeater, he has exerted great influence on modern ideas about the occult. Supported by archival reference and extensive bibliography, this book makes a lucid statement of historical facts, neither pro nor con, on a controversial figure in the Theosophical Society."
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"Mr. Leadbeater . . . developed, as was reported, great psychic abilities, as the result of which, notwithstanding his frequent disclaiming of occult authority, he exercised great influence over the thought of a large number of members of the [Adyar Theosophical] Society. His studies and his books reflected the attitude of 'scientific common sense.' He claims to have brought the phenomena of the superphysical realms of life, of the astral and the mental plane, of the future disembodied life, and of the past and future of this and other spheres, under his direct clairvoyant gaze. He wrote elaborate descriptions of these things in a style of simplicity and clearness. He asserted that such powers enabled one to review any event in the past history of the race, inasmuch as all that ever happened is imprinted indelibly on the substance of the Astral Light or the Akasha, and the psychic faculties of trained occultists permit them to bring these pictures under observation. With the same faculties he asserted his ability to investigate the facts of nature in both her realms of the infinite and the infinitesimal. Hence he explored the nature of the atom, its electrons and its whorls, and in collaboration with Mrs. [Annie] Besant, who was alleged also to possess high psychic powers, published a work entitled Occult Chemistry. For years he stood as perhaps the world's greatest 'seer,' and in books dealing with Clairvoyance, Dreams, The Astral Plane, Some Glimpses of Occultism, The Inner Life, The Hidden Side of Things, Man: Whence, How and Whither, he labored to particularize and complement Madame Blavatsky's sweeping outline of cosmic evolution and human character, as given in The Secret Doctrine. . . . "
Alvin Boyd Kuhn. Theosophy: A Modern Revival of Ancient Wisdom.
". . . Annie Besant. . . and Charles Webster Leadbeater. . . were largely responsible for the introduction of new teachings that were often in total opposition to the Theosophy of Blavatsky and her Masters. These teachings were designated by their opponents as Neo-Theosophy . . . or less often Pseudo-Theosophy. The differences between Theosophy and Neo-Theosophy are . . . numerous . . . . An extensive overview [of the differences] is given in the . . . booklet, Theosophy or Neo-Theosophy by Margaret Thomas. . . ." James A. Santucci. The Aquarian Foundation.
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schools of his critics assert flatly that he [C. W. Leadbeater] has only succeeded in
vitiating her [H.P. Blavatsky's] original presentation [of Theosophy] . . . .
[Starting in the March 15, 1928 issue] The Canadian Theosophist, a magazine
published . . . at Toronto, published a series of articles [excerpted from Theosophy or Neo-Theosophy? by
Margaret Thomas] in which parallel passages from the writings of Madame Blavatsky and the
Mahatma Letters on one side, and from the books of Mrs. Besant, Mr. Leadbeater, Mr. C.
Jinarajadasa, on the other, give specific evidence bearing on the claims of perversion of
the original theories by those whom they call Neo-Theosophists. The articles indicate wide
deviations, in some cases complete reversal, made by the later interpreters [Leadbeater,
Besant, Jinarajadasa] from the fundamental statements of the Russian Messenger [Blavatsky]
and her Overlords [the Mahatmas or Masters]."
Alvin Boyd Kuhn. Theosophy: A Modern Revival of Ancient Wisdom.
C.W. Leadbeater's Life.
Charles Webster Leadbeater (from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Charles Webster Leadbeater (from Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychology)
Charles Webster Leadbeater: Biographical Notes. Compiled by Maurice H. Warnon
Charles Webster Leadbeater (from SpiritWritings.com)
The Elder Brother: A Biography of Charles Webster Leadbeater by Gregory Tillett. 337 pp.
"Is he the world's greatest occultist and psychic? Or the worst sort of charlatan and con-man? These widely ranging
views of Charles Leadbeater were current in his lifetime and even now, years after his death in 1934, he remains a
controversial figure. His disciples hailed him as the greatest seer of their age; his enemies attacked him as a fraud or
worse. But as Gregory Tillett shows in this biography of Leadbeater, he has exerted great influence on modern ideas
about the occult. Supported by archival reference and extensive bibliography, this book makes a lucid statement of
historical facts, neither pro nor con, on a controversial figure in the Theosophical Society."
Charles Webster Leadbeater, 1854-1934: A Biographical Study by Gregory Tillett. University of Sydney thesis, 1986, 3 volumes, viii + 1169 pp.
Read Tillett's 1000 page plus thesis online. (Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the Tillett thesis webpage for pdf links to each chapter of thesis.)
CWLWorld.Info A site on C.W. Leadbeater conducted by Pedro Oliveira
C.W. Leadbeater's Birthdate by Gregory Tillett
Concerning Mr. Sanat's Comments on The Elder Brother by Gregory Tillett
Two Opposing Views of C.W. Leadbeater by Gregory Tillett
Huizen, Apostles and Clairvoyance by Gregory Tillett
Leadbeater: Adept and Biography Again by Gregory Tillett
Leadbeater and Blavatsky by Gregory Tillett Leadbeater's Court Records by Gregory Tillett
Other Theos-Talk Postings on Leadbeater by Gregory Tillett
C.W. Leadbeater in Retrospect by Hugh Shearman
Charles Webster Leadbeater: A Biography by Hugh Shearman. 1980. 39 pp.
"Leadbeater started life as an earnest member of the Church of England in UK, became interested in clairvoyance, joined the Theosophical
Society, met Madame Blavatsky, took Buddhist vows in Ceylon, developed his psychic skills, worked with Annie Besant, taught Krishnamurti,
moved to Sydney Australia, became a Freemason, set up a resident community at Sydney, wrote many books, etc etc. Leadbeater, this
booklet claims, was the 'greatest occultist of the 20th century.' "
Life and Teachings of an Initiate: Charles W. Leadbeater by Peter Michel. [sound recording]
"Even though Charles W. Leadbeater was a controversial figure during his lifetime, he still remains the most read Theosophical author.
Peter Michel provides new evidence on the moral integrity of Leadbeater's character and presents an overview of his teachings."
2000. Cassette tape, 66 minutes. AR 5071 (#2941 / $7.00). Purchase from the Theosophical Society in America, Wheaton, Illinois.
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Charles Leadbeater: Enigma of Modern Occult Seership [sound recording] by Stephan Hoeller. AR 0241. Purchase from the Theosophical
Society in America, Wheaton, Illinois. Contact Audio/Visual Department at email@example.com.
The "K.H." Letters to C.W. Leadbeater by C. Jinarajadasa
Letters of Mrs. Besant and Mr. Leadbeater 1906-1907. Excerpted from pp. 109-197 of the following book:
Evolution of Mrs. Besant. Being the life and public activities of Mrs. Annie Besant, secularist, socialist, theosophist and politician. With sidelights on the inner workings of the Theosophical Society and the methods by which Mr. Leadbeater arrived at the threshold of divinity by The Editor of Justice, Madras, 1918.
For the complete text containing all these letters, see: http://blavatskyarchives.com/besantleadbeaterlettersfull.pdf
For a detailed list of the 29 letters (mostly in chronological order) and direct links to each letter for easy access, see: http://blavatskyarchives.com/besantleadbeaterlistletters.htm
Immorality in the Theosophical Society compiled by Margaret Thomas (This is Section II of Thomas' Theosophy Or NeoTheosophy?)
A Chronological Listing of C.W. Leadbeater's Books and Pamphlets
1895 The Astral Plane: Its Scenery, Inhabitants and Phenomena. London: Theosophical Publishing Society. 100 pp. Online Edition.
1895 The Aura: An Enquiry into the Nature and Functions of the Luminous Mist Seen about Human and Other Bodies. Madras: The Proprietors
of The Theosophist. 18 pp.
1896 The Devachanic Plane: Its Characteristics and Inhabitants. London: Theosophical Publishing Society. 102 pp. Online Edition.
1896 Invisible Helpers: A Story of Helping at Night the So-called "Dead" by Those Who Are Still in the Land of the "Living." London:
Theosophical Publishing Society. 129 pp. Online Edition. Another Online Ed. Another Online Ed.
1896 Dreams: What They Are and How They Are Caused. London: Theosophical Publishing Society. 70 pp. Online Edition Another Online Ed. Another
1898 Our Relation to Children. London: Theosophical Publishing Society. 24 pp. Online Edition Another Online Ed. Another Online Ed.
1899 The Christian Creed: Its Origin and Signification. London: Theosophical Publishing Society. 109 pp. Online Edition
1899 Clairvoyance. London: Theosophical Publishing Society. 164 pp. Online Edition. Another Online Edition Another Online Ed.
1901 Thought-Forms: A Record of Clairvoyant Investigation. Written in collaboration with Annie Besant. London: Theosophical Publishing
Society. 84 pp. Online Edition
1901 The Unseen World. Adyar, Madras: The Office of The Theosophist. 28 pp.
1902 An Outline of Theosophy: A Simple Elucidation of Theosophical Principles. London: Theosophical Publishing Society. 99 pp. Online Edition.
Another Online Ed. Another Online Ed.
Man Visible and Invisible: Examples of Different Types of Men
Seen by Means of Trained Clairvoyance.
London, Theosophical Publishing Society. 144 pp. 26 plates. Online Edition
Other Side of Death: Scientifically Examined by Clairvoyant Observation and
1903 Guardian Angels and Other Unseen Helpers: A Lecture. Harrogate: Theosophical Publishing Committee. 16 pp.
1903 The Law of Cause and Effect: A Lecture. Harrogate: Theosophical Publishing Committee. 14 pp. Online edition. Another Online Ed. Another Online Ed.
1908 Occult Chemistry: A Series of Clairvoyant Observations on the Chemical Elements. Written in collaboration with Annie Besant. Adyar,
Madras: Office of The Theosophist. 92 + xxii + ii pp. Illustrations, Plates and Diagrams. Online Edition. Another Online Edition. Another Online Edition.
See also Books and Articles on Occult Chemistry.
1910 Theosophical Talks at Adyar. London: Theosophical Publishing Society.
1910 What Theosophy Does For Us. Harrogate: Theosophical Publications Committee. 25 pp. Online Edition. Another Online Edition.
1911 The Inner Life: Theosophical Talks at Adyar. Chicago, The Rajput Press. 263 pp. Vol. I Online. Vol. II Online Another Online Edition Another Ed.
1911 Adyar, The Home of the Theosophical Society: Views taken expressly by Alcyone (J. Krishnamurti) with descriptive letterpress. Adyar,
Madras: The Theosophist Office. Chiefly Illustrations, plans, fold. map.
1911 The Perfume of Egypt and Other Weird Stories. Adyar, Madras, India : The Theosophist Office. 321 pp. Online Edition
1911 The Power and Use of Thought. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House. 16 pp. Online Edition Another Online Edition Another Online Ed.
1912 A Textbook of Theosophy. Adyar, India : Office of The Theosophist. 148 pp. Online Edition. Another Online Edition. Another Online Edition.
Another Online Edition
1912 The Attitude of the Enquirer. Adyar, Madras, The Theosophist Office. 15 pp. Online Edition
1912 The Life After Death, and How Theosophy Unveils It. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House. 58 pp. Online Edition
1913 Pańcha Sila : The Five Precepts. With Bhikkhu Silachara. Madras, India : Theosophical Publishing House. 87 pp.
1913 To Those Who Mourn: Solace for Bereaved Person based on Principles of Evolution and Reincarnation. Adyar, Madras,
India: Theosophical Publishing House. 28 pp. Online Edition. Another Online Edition Another Online Ed.
1913 Man, Whence, How, and Whither: A Record of Clairvoyant Investigation. Written in collaboration with Annie Besant.
London: Theosophical Publishing Society. 524 pp. iv leaves of plates (1 folded) : ill. Online Edition. Another Online Ed.
1913 Some Occult Experiences Described by Johan van Manen and Annotated by C.W. Leadbeater. Adyar, India : Theosophical Publishing
House. 131 pp. Online Edition.
1913 The Hidden Side of Things: A Treatise on the Occult Realities Behind Ordinary Experiences, Ceremonies, Etc. by a Seer. 2 volumes.
Adyar, India: Theosophical Publishing House. Online Edition. Another Online Ed. Another Online Ed.
1913 Vegetarianism and Occultism: On the Effects of Meat Eating and Slaughter of Animals Quoting Scientists' Views of 1913 in Defence of
Vegetarianism. Adyar, Madras: Theosophical Publishing House. 35 pp. Online Edition Another Online Ed Another Online Ed.
1915 Australia and New Zealand as the Home of a New Sub-race: Four Lectures Delivered under the Auspices of the Theosophical Society,
at Sydney, in August, 1915. Sydney: Batson & Co. 64 pp.
1915 Why a Great World Teacher?: Address Given by Mr. C.W. Leadbeater, at Concordia Hall, Sydney, on Sunday, 23rd May 1915, to the Order
of the Star in the East and Visitors. Sydney, OSE. 22 pp.
1917 An Occult View of the War. Los Angeles, Calif. ; Theosophical Publishing House. 23 pp. Online Edition. Another Online Ed Another Online Ed.
1917 Starlight: Seven Addresses Given for Love of the Star. Adyar, Madras, India, Theosophical Publishing House. 104 pp.
1917 The Coming of the World-Teacher and Death, War and Evolution. London, George Allen & Unwin. 242 pp.
1917 Ancient Ideals in Modern Masonry: An Address Given to the Sydney Lodge No. 404, in 1915. Sydney: London Craft Lodge of Universal
Co-Freemasonry. 31 pp. Online Edition
1918 The Fourth Dimension: A Lecture. Chicago : Theosophical Press. 16 pp.
1919 Difficulties in Clairvoyance. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House. 18 pp. Online Edition. Another Online Ed Another Online Ed.
1920 The Hidden Side of Christian Festivals. Los Angeles: The St. Alban Press. 508 pp. Small Online Excerpt from Book
1920 The Science of the Sacraments: An Occult and Clairvoyant Study of the Christian Eucharist. Los Angeles: The St. Alban Press. 560 pp.
Online Edition Another Edition
1920 The Monad, and Other Essays upon the Higher Consciousness. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House. 133 pp. Online Edition
1922 Talks on "At the Feet of the Master": A Commentary in Thirtytwo Talks. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House. vi + 679 pp.
1924 The Lives of Alcyone: A Clairvoyant Investigation of the Lives Throughout the Ages of a Large Band of Servers. Written in collaboration
with Annie Besant. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House. 2 volumes. Online Edition
1925 Healing Forces and Healing Angels. London : St. Alban Press. 15 pp.
1925 The Masters and the Path: A Treatise on the Path to Perfection with Its Initiations and Ultimate Goal from a Theosophical
Viewpoint. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House. 354 pp. Online Edition. Another Online Ed. Another Online Ed.
1926 Glimpses of Masonic History. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House. xiii + 380 pp. Online Edition
1926 Telepathy and Mind-cure. London: Theosophical Publishing House. 24 pp.
1926 The Hidden Life in Freemasonry. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House. xv + 352 pp. Online Edition
1926 Talks on the Path of Occultism: A Commentary on At the Feet of the Master, The Voice of the Silence" and Light on the Path."
Written in collaboration with Annie Besant. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House. ix + 969 pp.
1927 The Chakras: A Monograph. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House. viii + 78 pp., 9 colored plates.
(some col.). Online edition
1928 Spiritualism and Theosophy: Scientifically Examined and Carefully Described. Adyar : Theosophical Publishing House. 252 pp. Online Edition
1928 The World Mother as Symbol and Fact. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House. 67 pp. Online Edition
1930 How Theosophy Came to Me: Autobiographical Reminiscences. Adyar, Madras: Theosophical Publishing House. 162 pp.
Online Edition. Another Online edition
1930 The Work of Theosophists. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House. 20 pp. Online Edition.
1931 Messages from the Unseen. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House. 50 pp.
1931 The Beginnings of the Sixth Root Race: A Prophecy of the Near and Far Future. Adyar, Madras, India : Theosophical Publishing House.
ix + 210 pp.
1934 The Third Object of the Theosophical Society. Adyar, Madras, India : Theosophical Publishing House.
Online Edition. Another Online Ed.
1941 The Soul's Growth Through Reincarnation: The Lives of Erato and Spica. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing
House. 148 pp.
1946 The Soul's Growth Through Reincarnation: The Lives of Orion. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House.
1948 The Soul's Growth Through Reincarnation: The Lives of Ursa, Vega and Eudox. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical
1950 The Soul's Growth Through Reincarnation: The Lives of Ulysses, Abel, Arcor and Vale. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House.
1951 The Occult History of Java. Adyar, Madras, India : Theosophical Publishing House. 58 pp.
1951 Creating Character. Written in collaboration with Annie Besant. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House. 92 pp. Online Edition.
1951. The Law of Sacrifice. Written in collaboration with C. Jinarajadasa. Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House. 42 pp.
1952 On the Liberal Catholic Church: Extracts from Letters of C.W. Leadbeater to Annie Besant, 1916-1923. Adyar, Madras, India:
Theosophical Publishing House. 67 pp.
1955 The Noble Eightfold Path. Written in collaboration with Annie Besant. Adyar, Madras, India : Theosophical Publishing House. 39 pp. Online Edition.
Other Sources on C.W. Leadbeater's Writings
A Chronological Listing of C.W. Leadbeater's Books and Pamphlets
Books by C.W. Leadbeater Available from The Theosophical Publishing House
Books by C.W. Leadbeater Available from Kessinger Publishing
Works by Charles Webster Leadbeater at Project Gutenberg
Online Books by C.W. Leadbeater
Another List of C.W. Leadbeater Material
Articles by and about C.W. Leadbeater
CD: The Works of C.W. Leadbeater
C.W. Leadbeater's Account
of the Development of His Clairvoyance
...When Colonel Olcott left us [in 1885] on his tour Adyar [headquarters of the Theosophical Society near Madras, India] remained empty; and unfortunately its treasury was in the same condition, so that the very few of us who remained had instructions to observe the strictest economy. Mr. Cooper-Oakley and I were for a long time the only Europeans; and as he lived up on the roof in one of the further rooms (later occupied by Dr. English) and I was in the Eastern octagon room, I saw almost nothing of him, except for a short morning visit of greeting each day. . . .
It should be understood that in those days I possessed no clairvoyant faculty, nor had I ever regarded myself as at all sensitive. I remember that I had a conviction that a man must be born with some psychic powers and with a sensitive body before he could do anything in the way of that kind of development, so that I had never thought of progress of that sort as possible for me in this incarnation, but had some hope that if I worked as well as I knew how in this life I might be born next time with vehicles more suitable to that particular line of advancement.
One day, however, when the Master Kuthumi honoured me with a visit, He asked me whether I had ever attempted a certain kind of meditation connected with the development of the mysterious power called kundalini. I had of course heard of that power, but knew very little about it, and at any rate supposed it to be absolutely out of reach for Western people. However, He recommended me to make a few efforts along certain lines, which He pledged me not to divulge to anyone else except with His direct authorization, and told me that He would Himself watch over those efforts to see that no danger should ensue.
Naturally I took the hint, and worked away steadily, and I think I may say intensely, at that particular kind of meditation day after day. I must admit that it was very hard work and sometimes distinctly painful, but of course I persevered, and in due course began to achieve the results that I had been led to expect. Certain channels had to be opened and certain partitions broken down; I was told that forty days was a fair estimate of the average time required if the effort was really energetic and persevering. I worked at it for forty-two days, and seemed to myself to be on the brink of the final victory, when the Master Himself intervened and performed the final act of breaking through which completed the process, and enabled me thereafter to use astral sight while still retaining full consciousness in the physical bodywhich is equivalent to saying that the astral consciousness and memory became continuous whether the physical body was awake or asleep. I was given to understand that my own effort would have enabled me to break through in twenty-four hours longer, but that the Master interfered because He wished to employ me at once in a certain piece of work.
It must not for a moment be supposed, however, that the attainment of this particular power was the end of the occult training. On the contrary, it proved to be only the beginning of a year of the hardest work that I have ever known. It will be understood that I lived there in the octagonal room by the river-side alone for many long hours every day, and practically secure from any interruption except at the meal-times which I have mentioned. Several Masters were so gracious as to visit me during that period and to offer me various hints; but it was the Master Djwal Kul who gave most of the necessary instruction. It may be that He was moved to this act of kindness because of my close association with Him in my last life, when I studied under Him in the Pythagorean school which He established in Athens, and even had the honour of managing it after His death. I know not how to thank Him for the enormous amount of care and trouble which He took in my psychic education; patiently and over and over again He would make a vivid thought-form, and say to me: What do you see? And when I described it to the best of my ability, would come again and again the comment: No, no, you are not seeing true; you are not seeing all; dig deeper into yourself, use your mental vision as well as your astral; press just a little further, a little higher.
This process often had to be many times repeated before my mentor was satisfied. The pupil has to be tested in all sorts of ways and under all conceivable conditions; indeed, towards the end of the tuition sportive nature-spirits are specially called in and ordered in every way possible to endeavour to confuse or mislead the seer. Unquestionably it is hard work, and the strain which it imposes is, I suppose, about as great as a human being can safely endure; but the result achieved is assuredly far more than worth while, for it leads directly up to the union of the lower and the higher self and produces an utter certainty of knowledge based upon experience which no future happenings can ever shake. Excerpted from How Theosophy Came to Me by C.W. Leadbeater
Assessments of C.W. Leadbeater's Clairvoyance
Annie Besant and C.W. Leadbeater by Donald J. DeGracia
Occult Investigations: A Description of the Work of Annie Besant and C.W. Leadbeater by C. Jinarajadasa
Clairvoyant Investigations by CW Leadbeater by Ernest Wood
How the Vision Was Analysed by Johan van Manen Dr. Besant's First Use of Clairvoyance by C.W. Leadbeater
Investigations into Early Rounds by C. W. Leadbeater and Annie Besant with introduction by C. Jinarajadasa
The Question of the Reliability of the Clairvoyant Observations of CW Leadbeater edited by G. Oakley
Serious Scientific Lessons from Direct Observation of Atoms through Clairvoyance by J. Michael McBride. A critical look at Occult Chemistry.
See also section on: Criticisms of C.W. Leadbeater's Teachings
Special Studies & Criticisms of Occult Chemistry
Introduction to "Occult Chemistry": The Amazing Phenomenon of ESP of Nuclear Structure and Subatomic Particles by M. Srinivasan
Anima: Remote Viewing of Subatomic Particles: Evidence of a Yogic Siddhi by Stephen M. Phillips Info on Dr. Phillips His Publications
"An introduction to the "micro-psi" investigations of Annie Besant and C. W. Leadbeater into the minute particles of matter."
Extrasensory Perception of Subatomic Particles: I. Historical Evidence by Steven M. Phillips
Extrasensory Perception of Quarks by Stephen M. Phillips
Essentials of Occult Chemistry and Modern Science by H. J. Arnikar
Concerning the "Occult Chemistry" Researches by Johan van Manen
Serious Scientific Lessons from Direct Observation of Atoms through Clairvoyance by J. Michael McBride. A critical look at Occult Chemistry.
A Bibliography of Books and Original Articles on Occult Chemistry -- 1895-1996
List of Sources: Occult Chemistry for Postgraduate Students of Physics, Philosophy & Psychology
Criticisms of C.W. Leadbeater's Teachings C.W. Leadbeater's and Annie Besant's Theosophical Teachings: Comments by James A. Santucci, Jerry Hejka-Ekins and Alvin Boyd Kuhn
There Is No Religion Higher Than Truth: Developments in The Theosophical Society by Edward L. Gardner
C.W. Leadbeater: A Great Occultist compiled by Sandra Hodson and Mathias J. van Thiel. A reply to the Gardner pamphlet and a defense
of C.W. Leadbeater.
Comments on the Hodson and Gardner Pamphlets by Gregory Tillett
"No Religion Higher than Truth" by Ernest Wood. Wood defends the above pamphlet by E.L. Gardner.
H.P. Blavatsky: A Great Betrayal by Alice Leighton Cleather. 1922. 106 pp.
Theosophy Versus Neo-Theosophy (abridged edition, reprint of Section I only) compiled by Margaret Thomas with additions by Mark Jaqua.
Theosophy Or NeoTheosophy? (reprint of the complete, unabridged original edition) compiled by Margaret Thomas
Section 1. Differences in Teaching
Section 11. Immorality in the Theosophical Society
Section 111. The Case Against Annie Besant
Life After Death in Kamaloka (the Astral World): H.P. Blavatsky versus C.W. Leadbeater compiled by Ray Morgan
C.W. Leadbeater & H.P. Blavatsky about Life on Mars and Other Planets
The Theosophical Society and Its Future (A Commentary on Annie Besant's and C.W. Leadbeater's Theosophical Contributions) by Geoffrey A.
Madame Blavatsky's Occult Status and the Claims of Latter-Day Messengers of the Masters by Terry Hobbes
The Etheric Double: The Far-Reaching Effects of a False Assumption (as found in the writings of Annie Besant & C.W. Leadbeater by Geoffrey A.
A Comparison of C. W. Leadbeater's The Chakras, with the Writings of H. P. Blavatsky,William Q. Judge, and G. de Purucker by Mark Jaqua
Rev. Leadbeater Off the Trail by R. S. Gherwal
Two Schools of Thought by Boris de Zirkoff