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Re: theos-talk Occult Research of Besant and CWL - Recent observations by a scientist

Nov 15, 2011 02:04 AM
by M. Sufilight

According to Shailendar Agarwal, a Theosophist: "The goal of every Theosophist is to merge with the atman. Theosophists like J Krishnamurthi and others were proven occultists but they never claimed to be so. Occultism comes into play when a Theosophist is in the process of purifying himself. Only certain Theosophists like Besant had the power to record the observations of experiments with occultism."

M. Sufilight says:
I wonder whether the Theosophical Society is a sect or non-sectarian?
Or whether it was a sect or non-sectarian?

M. Sufilight

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: MKR 
  To: theos-talk 
  Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 5:37 AM
  Subject: theos-talk Occult Research of Besant and CWL - Recent observations by a scientist

  Besant and CWL did occult research on atom and their observations were
  published in 1908. While there was a lot of questions about them, here is a
  recent article by a well known Indian Scientist which appeared in an Indian
  Newspaper. Here are two quotes:

  âAccording to M Srinivasan, former associate director of Bhabha Atomic
  Research Centre, (BARC), "One important piece of work, which brings out the
  extraordinary power of the human mind or consciousness in gaining 'direct
  knowledge of reality,' as practised by the Indian sages was done by the
  Theosophists Annie Besant and C W Leadbeater over a century ago. They
  carried out clairvoyant investigations into the detailed structure of atoms
  and nuclei.â

  âSrinivasan, a Theosophist, says, "Besant and Leadbeater have recorded that
  an atom of the
  smallest element Hydrogen comprised 18 UPAs while at the upper end, an atom
  of the heaviest element Uranium comprised 4,267 UPAs. They clairvoyantly
  discovered the existence of isotopes and published the atomic weight of all
  the 92 naturally occurring elements and several of their isotopes correct
  to the second decimal place." This was done five years before Aston
  experimentally detected an isotope of Neon using his newly-invented
  instrument or the mass spectrometer, and for which he was later awarded the
  Nobel Prize. The observations of Besant and Leadbeater were published in
  the first edition of the book, Occult Chemistry, in 1908.â

  Read the full article here:



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