Occult Chemistry by Annie Wood Besant and Charles W. Leadbeater


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Title: Occult Chemistry
Clairvoyant Observations on the Chemical Elements


Author: Annie Besant and Charles W. Leadbeater

Editor: A. P. Sinnett

Release Date: June 14, 2005 [eBook #16058]

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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.

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