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By Charles Webster Leadbeater

First published in 1899, Clairvoyance is Leadbeater's short handbook on the methods used in seeing and hearing beyond normal perception. Humans can only see a certain range of light under normal circumstances. If, however, eyes were sensitive to additional wavelengths of light, this would constitution clairvoyant vision. These new wavelengths become available when one starts using astral senses. Leadbeater gives his readers a thorough description of the kinds of clairvoyance that exist and how such visions are achieved. In the final chapter he answers the question that every reader wants to ask: How can I develop clairvoyance for myself? English clergyman turned spiritualist and Freemason, Charles Webster Leadbeater (1854-1934) was ordained as an Anglican priest, but later joined the prominent Theosophical Society and traveled to India to study alternative spiritual and occult practices where he would also join the emerging Order of Co-Masonry, eventually settling into his life as a clairvoyant and author.

Title Page
Chapter I. What Clairvoyance Is
Chapter II. Simple Clairvoyance: Full
Chapter III. Simple Clairvoyance: Partial
Chapter IV. Clairvoyance in Space: Intentional
Chapter V. Clairvoyance in Space: Semi-Intentional
Chapter VI. Clairvoyance in Space: Unintentional
Chapter VII. Clairvoyance in Time: The Past
Chapter VIII. Clairvoyance in Time: The Future
Chapter IX. Methods of Development
C. W. Leadbeater A Textbook of Theosophy



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