Thought-Forms by Annie Wood Besant and C.W. Leadbeater


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Project Gutenberg's Thought-Forms, by Annie Besant
C.W. Leadbeater

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Title: Thought-Forms

Author: Annie Besant
C.W. Leadbeater

Release Date: July 12, 2005 [EBook #16269]

Language: English

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THOUGHT-FORMS

BY ANNIE BESANT
AND C.W. LEADBEATER

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FOREWORD


The text of this little book is the joint work of Mr Leadbeater and
myself; some of it has already appeared as an article in _Lucifer_ (now
the _Theosophical Review_), but the greater part of it is new. The
drawing and painting of the Thought-Forms observed by Mr Leadbeater or
by myself, or by both of us together, has been done by three friends--Mr
John Varley, Mr Prince, and Miss Macfarlane, to each of whom we tender
our cordial thanks. To paint in earth's dull colours the forms clothed
in the living light of other worlds is a hard and thankless task; so
much the more gratitude is due to those who have attempted it. They
needed coloured fire, and had only ground earths. We have also to thank
Mr F. Bligh Bond for allowing us to use his essay on _Vibration
Figures_, and some of his exquisite drawings. Another friend, who sent
us some notes and a few drawings, insists on remaining anonymous, so we
can only send our thanks to him with similar anonymity.

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