Observation about Nature Spirits - New article by CWL

There is a new article on Internet, titled - 'My First Flight', in
which C. W. Leadbeater describes his first flight, which took place
between Brisbane and Toowoomba in Queensalnd, Australia, in 1928. He
makes some interesting observations on the nature-spirits of the air,
some of which he had not seen before!

Also, this is the first time I have seen anyone writing about
observing entities while on airplane flight. All theosophists know
that the entire universe is full of intelligent entities. Has anyone
seen any other writings anywhere else. Also, Geoffrey Hodson, was a
much younger man and should have taken a number of airplane flights.
Has anyone heard about any comments from him?

Would it not be of interest if a psychic can observe what is the
situation around the space station and also in flight to it?


You can see the article here:


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Comment by M K Ramadoss on November 30, 2009 at 9:27am
In the unseen world, it is impossible to verify unless one has some clairvoyant powers and can verify the accuracy of anyone else's statement. Until such time, all we can do is to keep an open mind and wait an see if there are any other corroborating statements. I am also reminded of the famous comment of Lord Buddha that there is always controversy about unseen things.
Comment by Mark R. Jaqua on November 30, 2009 at 9:13am
How do you know the difference between a "psychic" and someone who "just makes stuff up?" Being "psychic", as a rule, isn't good. _All_ insane or mediumistic people are psychic, until they put them on pills, as they do now.

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