Occult Tales

Occult Tales

William Q. Judge

A collection of 11 short spiritual or occult tales including: A Weird Tale; A Curious Tale; The Serpent’s Blood; The Magic Screen Of Time; The Wandering Eye; The Tell-Tale Picture Gallery; The Skin Of The Earth; True Progress; Where The Rishis Were; The Coming Of The Serpent; and, An Allegory.

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Man Visible and Invisible

Man Visible and Invisible

C. W. Leadbeater

Chapters include: How These Things Are Known; The Planes of Nature; Clairvoyant Sight; Man’s Vehicles; The Trinity; The Earlier Outpourings; The Animal Group-Soul; The Upward Curve; Human Consciousness; The Third Outpouring; How Man Evolves; What His Bodies Show Us; Colors and Their Meaning; The Counterpart; Early Stages of Man’s Development; The Ordinary Person; Sudden Emotions; More Permanent Conditions; The Developed Man; The…

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Yoga and Yoga Discipline, A Theosophical Interpretation

Yoga and Yoga Discipline, A Theosophical Interpretation

Charles J. Ryan

“Does the Theosophical Society teach or recommend what are popularly known as yoga practices such as breath control, the development of psychic powers, or astral traveling, for seekers hungry for spiritual wisdom and who long to help humanity?” This natural question is often asked because it is well known that the Theosophical Movement was founded by Oriental teachers and was associated for a short time…

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Clothed With the Sun

Clothed With the Sun

Anna Kingsford

Anna Kingsford was an extraordinary 19th Century woman. She was one of the first women in Britain to become a medical doctor; edited a feminist newspaper; served as president of the Theosophical Society; knew Helena P. Blatavsky, Eliphas Levi, and many other primary figures in Occult and Esoteric circles of the time; was a principled vegetarian…

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The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ

The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ

Levi H. Dowling

The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ is a book claimed to be transcribed from the akashic records; a purported compendium of mystical knowledge supposedly encoded in a non-physical plane of existence. It’s basically an extensive reworking of the Jesus story with strong Theosophical and Spiritualist influences. Of interest is the attempt to fill in the two decade gap in the Jesus’s traditional biography…

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Collected Fruits of Occult Teaching

Collected Fruits of Occult Teaching

A. P. Sinnett

Theosophical literature, from the outset of the great movement it inaugurated, has been largely concerned with previously unknown laws governing the origin and destinies of humanity, the birth and progress of worlds, the coherent design of the Solar System and, in short, with the interpretation, in the light of knowledge till recently…

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The Lost Lemuria

The Lost Lemuria

W. Scott-Elliot

Lemuria is a ‘lost world’, much like Atlantis. Helena Blavatsky wrote about it, helping it to become part of the lexicon of the occult. Scott-Elliot takes it further here and presents us with information as to what the Lemurians looked like, their art, religion, origin of language, and their methods of reproducing.

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The Story of Atlantis

The Story of Atlantis

W. Scott-Elliot

Written by Theosophist, W. Scott-Elliot, this book goes into detail about the lost city of Atlantis. The information came from C. W. Leadbeater, who said he received his information from astral clairvoyance. Scott-Elliot provides info on the people of Atlantis, such as their religion, the races, the different periods (including 4 maps illustrating this), money, education and much more.

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Unveiled Mysteries

Unveiled Mysteries

Godfré Ray King

Unveiled Mysteries describes an encounter with St. Germain, here described as an Ascended Master, virtually a God, and able to manipulate the fabric of reality. A final chapter mentions encounters with entities from Venus, a theme of later UFO cargo-cults of the 1950s. Connoisseurs of this genre will appreciate Unveiled Mysteries.

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The Sacred Symbols of Mu

The Sacred Symbols of Mu

James Churchward

According to Churchward, Mu was a lost continent in the Pacific Ocean, which was destroyed in a global cataclysm tens of thousands of years ago; Mu was the original home of mankind, and all subsequent civilizations descended from it. The Pacific islands and their inhabitants are supposed to be the last survivors of this primordial motherland. Churchward’s Mu was a huge continent, which stretched from Micronesia…

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A Textbook Of Theosophy

A Textbook Of Theosophy

C. W. Leadbeater

We often speak of Theosophy as not in itself a religion, but the truth which lies behind all religions alike. That is so; yet, from another point of view, we may surely say that it is at once a philosophy, a religion and a science. It is a philosophy, because it puts plainly before us an explanation of the scheme of evolution…

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