THEOSOPHY - THOUGHT-FORMS - ASTRAL PLANE Thought forms, seen by trained clairvoyants, on the astral plane. The forms depicted here represent the appearance on the Astral plane of sudden fright. When a man's Astral is in a state of palpitation, its natural tendency is o throw off amorphous explosive fragments, as indicated in the painting. Paintings of thought-forms were originated by a group of Theosophists, towards the end of the nineteenth century. The paintings were done, following the occult observations of such 'thoughts' or 'visions' on the astral plane, by Charles Leadbeater (Besa

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THEOSOPHY - THOUGHT-FORMS - ASTRAL PLANE Thought forms, seen by trained clairvoyants, on the astral plane. The forms depicted here represent the appearance on the Astral plane of sudden fright. When a man's Astral is in a state of palpitation, its natural tendency is o throw off amorphous explosive fragments, as indicated in the painting. Paintings of thought-forms were originated by a group of Theosophists, towards the end of the nineteenth century. The paintings were done, following the occult observations of such 'thoughts' or 'visions' on the astral plane, by Charles Leadbeater (Besa Stock Photo
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THEOSOPHY - THOUGHT-FORMS - ASTRAL PLANE Thought forms, seen by trained clairvoyants, on the astral plane. The forms depicted here represent the appearance on the Astral plane of sudden fright. When a man's Astral is in a state of palpitation, its natural tendency is o throw off amorphous explosive fragments, as indicated in the painting. Paintings of thought-forms were originated by a group of Theosophists, towards the end of the nineteenth century. The paintings were done, following the occult observations of such 'thoughts' or 'visions' on the astral plane, by Charles Leadbeater (Besa
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THEOSOPHY - THOUGHT-FORMS - ASTRAL PLANE Thought forms, seen by trained clairvoyants, on the astral plane. The forms depicted here represent the appearance on the Astral plane of sudden fright. When a man's Astral is in a state of palpitation, its natural tendency is o throw off amorphous explosive fragments, as indicated in the painting. Paintings of thought-forms were originated by a group of Theosophists, towards the end of the nineteenth century. The paintings were done, following the occult observations of such 'thoughts' or 'visions' on the astral plane, by Charles Leadbeater (Besant claimed such an astral vision, but it is unlikely that this was genuine), by John Varley (a descendant of the John Varley who taught William Blake astrology), Mr. Prince and Miss Macfarlane, all three of whom painted 'in earth's dull colours the forms clothed in the living light of other worlds'. The paintings were reproduced, and discussed, in Annie Besant and C.W. Leadbeater, Thought-Forms, 1901 edn, from which these plates are photographed.

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