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Author Scott Elliot came into contact with theosophist Charles Webster Leadbeater who said he received knowledge about ancient Atlantis and Lemuria from the Theosophical Masters by astral clairvoyance Leadbeater transmitted his clairvoyant findings to Scott Elliot, who undertook scholarly research to back them up The Story of Atlantis and The Lost Lemuria are two pieces by W Scott Elliot, a Theosophist and an associate of Madame H.P Blavatsky and Henry Steele Olcott in the early days of the Theosophical Society The Theosophists believed they were descendants of the Aryans, and that the Aryans had originally come from Atlantis Atlantis and Lemuria also called Mu were continents in the Atlantic and Pacifc oceans that were supposedly destroyed in great catastrophes in prehistoric days and sank beneath the sea They were said to be highly advanced civilizations, capable of many things not possible in later days....

Title : The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria by W. Scott-Elliot, Body, Mind & Spirit, Ancient Mysteries & Controversial Knowledge
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ISBN : 1603127038
Format Type : Hardcover
Language : English
Publisher : Aegypan October 1, 2007
Number of Pages : 112 pages
File Size : 894 KB
Status : Available For Download
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The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria by W. Scott-Elliot, Body, Mind & Spirit, Ancient Mysteries & Controversial Knowledge Reviews

  • Ashtar Command
    2019-04-17 22:09

    This Kindle e-book contains three articles of Theosophical provenance. The first (not mentioned on the cover) is an article about the New Thought movement in the United States, and it's similarities (real or perceived) with Theosophy. The two others are “The Story of Atlantis” and “The Lost Lemuria”, here attributed to both C W Leadbeater and William Scott-Elliot. As far as I understand, the original works were written by the latter, but based on material provided by Leadbeater. “The Story of Atlantis” was first published in 1896, the Lemurian material in 1904. A combined volume was issued in 1925. Leadbeater was the controversial leader of the Theosophical Society Adyar, alongside Annie Besant. He was also “bishop” of the Liberal Catholic Church, used as a front by the Adyar Theosophists. Leadbeater claimed to have advanced powers of clairvoyance, and much of the “information” about Atlantis and Lemuria cited by Scott-Elliot comes from this (extremely unreliable!) source.

  • valerie l. virtue
    2019-04-15 03:28

    This is about Lemuria, I found it very interesting. there were a few mentions of Atlantis as to how it related to the topic of Lemuria. That is all there was about Atlantis. I was surptrised when the book stopped abruptly . No Atlantis. There are 73 pages in the book. I wonder if all of the relevant pages were printed in the one I received, At the back it says it was printed onApril 2, 2014 in San Bernardino. Please look into to this and let me know.

  • david s clegg
    2019-04-20 23:28

    Informative. Resonates as Truth in capturing two of the great civilizations that pre-date the history of our own. Scott-Elliot provides through his thorough account perhaps yet another key in unlocking one of the great secrets of the ages. For the mysteries are merely such until we uncover their truth, and bear witness to the unveiling of our own divinity through the living of their teachings.

  • Amazon Customer
    2019-04-25 02:06

    Good read

  • Gopal
    2019-04-25 02:08

    I was first introduced to the idea Atlantis might be real through the Edgar Cayce books. Edgar Cayce's Atlantis is more detailed in most ways than this book but there is more agreement than disagreement between the two descriptions. At first I was put off by the archaic language until the author talked about the population of Earth being 1.2 billion. After some research I determined the book was printed in 1896. Wow! Intriguing. That explains the somewhat defensive explanation of psychic phenomenon at the beginning of the book. I didn't know there was such sophisticated interest in the intuitive "sciences" that long ago. I remember when "ESP" was making the news in the 50's as a sensational but questionable area of study and anyone professing to believe in it took the risk of being considered a little kooky. Now psychics are almost mainstream as a legitimate source of information and in fact I work as a professional psychic myself. It is not uncommon for me to tell a client about how some of his "karma" comes from one or more lifetimes in Atlantis. Much of mine does. I have a few memories from that time, some frightening. Evil walked the land towards the end.

  • susie
    2019-04-12 21:09


  • t morris
    2019-03-27 01:22

    I quess this is ok I never got it. hope whoever did enjoyed it

  • Olivia L Dougherty
    2019-04-19 21:24

    Classic story enjoyed it without the Disney touch