Occult Chemistry Clairvoyant Observations on the Chemical Elements

Some day we may perhaps be presented with a volume on Occult Physics as important in its way as the present dissertation on Occult Chemistry. CHAPTER II. DETAILS OF THE EARLY RESEARCH. The article detailing the results of the research ...


Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 1613105630



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Occult Chemistry

CHAPTER I THE NATURE OF MATTER AN article , bearing the title Occult Chemistry , appeared in Lucifer , November 1895 , and was reprinted as a separate pamphlet in 1905. In that article three chemical elements , Hydrogen , Oxygen and ...

Author: Annie Besant

Publisher: Health Research Books

ISBN: 9780787301064

Category: Alchemy

Page: 396

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Occult Chemistry Clairvoyant Observations on the Chemical Elements

So at last ordinary science had reached one important result of the occult research carried on seven years earlier. ... presented with a volume on Occult Physics as important in its way as the present dissertation on Occult Chemistry.

Author: Annie Besant

Publisher: DigiCat


Category: Fiction

Page: 108

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This is a book written by Annie Besant and C.W. Leadbeater, who were all members of the Theosophical Society based in Adyar, India. Besant was at the time the President of the Society having succeeded Henry Olcott after his death in 1907. The book consists both of coordinated and illustrated descriptions of presumed etheric counterparts of the atoms of the then known chemical elements, and of other expositions of occult physics.

Occult Chemistry

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Author: Annie Besan

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 9781479146369

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 166

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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

The Occult Imagination in Britain 1875 1947

Indeed, according to Arthur Nethercot, when Besant expressed her desire to try her hand at occult chemistry, ... their clairvoyant analysis of chemical elements was greeted with wonder by their followers and incredulity by their critics ...

Author: Christine Ferguson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351168304

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 278

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Between 1875 and 1947, a period bookended, respectively, by the founding of the Theosophical Society and the death of notorious occultist celebrity Aleister Crowley, Britain experienced an unparalleled efflorescence of engagement with unusual occult schema and supernatural phenomena such as astral travel, ritual magic, and reincarnationism. Reflecting the signal array of responses by authors, artists, actors, impresarios and popular entertainers to questions of esoteric spirituality and belief, this interdisciplinary collection demonstrates the enormous interest in the occult during a time typically associated with the rise of secularization and scientific innovation. The contributors describe how the occult realm functions as a turbulent conceptual and affective space, shifting between poles of faith and doubt, the sacrosanct and the profane, the endemic and the exotic, the forensic and the fetishistic. Here, occultism emerges as a practice and epistemology that decisively shapes the literary enterprises of writers such as Dion Fortune and Arthur Machen, artists such as Pamela Colman Smith, and revivalists such as Rolf Gardiner

Intuition Technology

Occult Chemistry There is much to be learnt from the book by Leadbeater & Besant called 'Occult Chemistry'; it describes each element (some not even known when the book was written, of which a few have since been discovered and accepted ...

Author: John Living

Publisher: Holistic Intuition Society

ISBN: 0968632343

Category: Philosophy

Page: 428

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Living pens an in-depth look at how to understand oneself and how one operates in this energetic environment--how the heart-mind-brain team manipulates the nervous-muscular system to signal responses.

Spiritual Empires in Europe and India

These collaborative essays first recapitulated the era's current chemistry scholarship. ... 57 The full title is Occult Chemistry: A Series of Clairvoyant Observations on the Chemical Elements (London: Theosophical Publishing Society, ...

Author: Perry Myers

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030810038

Category: History

Page: 333

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This book provides a comparative analysis of cosmopolitan (esoteric) religious movements, such as Theosophy, Groupe Independent des Études Ésotériques, Anthroposophy, and Monism, in England, France, Germany, and India during the late nineteenth-century to the interwar years. Despite their diversity, these factions manifested a set of common features—anti-materialism, embrace of Darwinian evolution, and a belief in universal spirituality—that coalesced in a transnational field of analogous cosmopolitan spiritual affinities. Yet, in each of their geopolitical locations these groups developed vastly different interpretations and applications of their common spiritual tenets. This book explores how such religious innovation intersected with the social (labor and economic renewal), cultural (education and religious innovation) and political (Empire and anti-colonial) dynamics in these vastly different national domains. Ultimately, it illustrates how an innovative religious discourse converged with the secular world and became applied to envision a new social order—to spiritually re-engineer the world.