MAN VISIBLE AND. INVISIBLE. EXAMPLES OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF MEN AS. SEEN BY MEANS OF TRAINED CLAIRVOYANCE. BY. C. W. LEADBEATER. Free PDF, epub, Kindle ebook. By C. W. Leadbeater. Chapters include: How These Things Are Known; The Planes of Nature; Clairvoyant Sight; Man’s Vehicles;. Man, Visible and Invisible has 50 ratings and 3 reviews. This esoteric classic examines the invisible bodies of humans, showing how the colors of the aur.

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THE soul puts himself down first into the inbisible of the lower levels of the mental plane. As a whole, it is often spoken of as monadic essence, more especially when clothed only in the ultimate matter of the various planes; but when on its downward course it energises leadbeated the matter of the higher part of the mental plane, it is known as the First Elemental Kingdom. The Health-Aura in Disease.

Of the beauty of form and color here no words can speak, for mortal language has no terms in which those radiant spheres may be invisiblle. Halvor Raknes rated it it was amazing Jul 26, Thus in time many different qualities are developed within each group-soul, and of course manifest themselves as inherent in every animal which is an expression of it. A sort of crimson flush filling the entire astral body, tingeing to some extent all the other hues, and here and there condensing itself into irregular floating wisps, like half-formed cirrus clouds.

The process has a definite duration, which can be measured by sufficiently fine instruments; the rate of its motion is perfectly well defined and known to physiologists. After passing that point it commences its upward arc and rises through the physical, astral and lower mental planes until it meets the third great outpouring, which is typified by the line starting from the highest circle and forming the right-hand side of the great oval.

Its next aeon is spent on the astral level, where it is called the Third Elemental Kingdom, or very often simply elemental essence of the astral plane.

THIS process of learning is a gradual one, and the earlier manifestations of the undeveloped man upon the lower planes are by no means beautiful to see.

Man Visible And Invisible

Plate V Causal Body of the Savage. The soul of anr has not one body, but many bodies, for when sufficiently evolved he is able to express himself on ail these different levels of nature, and he is therefore provided with leadbaeter suitable vehicle of the matter belonging to each, and it is through these various vehicles ivsible he is able to receive impressions from the world to which they correspond.

Inviisible very far yet from being perfectly pure, they are certainly far better in tone than those in Plate VI. It will be understood that in this case; as in all the others of this chapter, we are dealing merely with variants of the ordinary person.

For this attainment is for every man, and to reach it is only a question of time, however young a soul may be. Our picture represents a person during a period of extreme depression, when he is as utterly isolated as was the miser, and naturally there are very many intermediate stages between this and the healthy astral body.


The general effect, however, has been very happily caught by the artist. The morning sunlight has changed into noonday glory.

visibel When a man descends into incarnation ldadbeater draws round himself matter of the various planes through which he passes. It is, in fact, simply a question of sight, and this book is published in the hope, first, that it may help earnest students who do not yet possess this sight to realize how the soul and its vehicles appear when examined by its means; and second, that the persons who are now beginning to exercise this vision more or less perfectly, may by it be helped to understand the meaning of what they see.

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There is still a good deal of the scarlet which marks liability to anger, but it is noticeable that it now takes a much lower place in the cloud, which means an improvement in the general quality of the matter of which this mind body is composed. Temporary changes may take place, for the finer matter may be moulded by a passing thought; but as soon as the pressure of that constraining thought is withdrawn, it slips back again into its usual shape.

So though they may temporarily change his nad body, they will hardly make any permanent impression upon it as against the much stronger vibrations of his higher qualities. It is obvious that this shell may be broken in various ways. A surge of feeling of this nature, but generally without its definiteness or precision, may sometimes be seen to occur in the case of one who offers an act of adoration before an altar. It is by no means rare among civilized men, who ought long ago to have passed the stage of evolution which it indicates.

If we now turn to Plate X we shall find the astral body which corresponds to the mental body in Plate IX – the astral body of the ordinary man. Originally a priest of the Church of England, his interest in spiritualism caused him to end his affiliation with Anglicanism in favour of the Theosophical Society, where he became an associate of Annie Besant.

Even already the world is progressing, and the powers are beginning to develop; and assuredly this morning sunrise shall increase into noonday glory. For as an aspect of the divine He existed before the solar system, but His manifestation in the matter of the sixth annd took place during the life of that system.

Such an appearance as this denotes deadly panic, and ordinarily soon passes away. In exactly the same way the true quality xnd it exists in the soul cannot be expressed ane matter of any lower level; the vibrations of the lower matter are altogether too dull and sluggish to represent it, the string is not sufficiently stretched to enable it to respond to the note which resounds from above.


This etheric matter is the link between the astral and the physical, but it has also a very important function as the vehicle of the vital force on the physical plane. See also how clear and luminous become many of the statements concerning the Second Aspect and His descent into matter.

It will be noticed that the number of planes is seven, and that each of them in turn is divided into seven sub-planes. Not for the faint hearted Then the whole process may be repeated; for by further subdivision of that astral unit we find ourselves dealing with another still higher and more refined world, though a world which is still material.

But the great feature of this man is the large proportion of golden yellow, showing a well-developed intelligence directed principally to the attainment of knowledge. It would be impossible to take again out of the bucket the same glass of water, but every glassful taken out afterwards will necessarily be colored by the matter brought in from that first glass.

WE have endeavored to illustrate the immediate effect of some of the sudden emotions which affect the outer vehicles of man, and to explain that, quickly as they pass, they are not without permanent results to the soul within. Presently he finds himself surrounding a small physical body, and at once its attraction begins to affect the previously inchoate astral and mental matter.

Here on the physical plane we are still worse off, since the true man is more effectually hidden from us than ever. Or again, either of them may be mingled with pride, and that would instantly show itself by a tinge of deep orange. For instance, by turning to Plate XI, we shall see an attempt to picture the effect which is visible when a sudden wave of strong and perfectly pure affection sweeps over a person – the example chosen being that of a mother as she snatches up her baby and covers it with kisses.

A huge cone of bright orange rising in the midst of it indicates the presence of much pride and ambition in connection with that knowledge, but still the shade of the yellow precludes the idea that the intellect is debased to merely selfish ends.

The Causal Body of the Adept. When these are all broken up we get back to a set of Units which are all identical, except that some of them are positive and some negative. In examining this illustration we are at once struck by the magnificent development of the highest types of intellect, love and devotion, by the wealth of sympathy and of the highest spirituality which it displays. As He shows Himself to us in His work the Solar Logos is undoubtedly triple – three and yet one, a religion has an ago leadbeaher us.

But this question is based on a complete misconception of the facts.