IMAGO MENTIS: Theosophical Thought-form Drawings – LEXICON MAGAZINE
By Barry William Hale
“To paint in the earth’s dull colours the forms clothed in the living light of other worlds is a hard and thankless task: so much the more gratitude is due to those who have attempted it. They needed coloured fire, and had only ground earths”
Thought Forms a joint work between Annie Besant [ 1847 – 1933 ] and Charles Webster Leadbeater [1854 – 1934 ]two prominent exponents of the Theosophical Society. Part of the treatise appeared in an article for Lucifer [now the Theosophical Review].
“leading science beyond the borderland of ether into the astral world. The boundaries between the animate and inanimate matter are broken down.”
According to Besant Thought Forms are classified under three categories or classes
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