Invisible Helpers by C. W. Leadbeater

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Theosophical Society, 1922. 128 pages. Some marking to cover, internally very good. 

'In the East the existence of the invisible helpers has always been recognized, though the names given and the characteristics attributed to them naturally vary in different countries; and even in Europe we have had the old Greek stories of the constant interference of the gods in human affairs, and the Roman legend that Castor and Pollux led the legions of the infant republic in the battle of Lake Regillus. Nor did such a conception die out when the classical period ended, for these stories have their legitimate successors in mediaeval tales of saints who appeared at critical moments and turned the fortune of war in favour of the Christian hosts, or of guardian angels who sometimes stepped in and saved a pious traveller from what would otherwise have been certain destruction.

What do the many examples of "invisible helpers" coming to the aid of those in danger say about higher planes of existence? Do trans dimensional beings watch over us from the astral plane? Here, in this seminal work, renowned Theosophist Charles W. Leadbeater explores the universal belief in spiritual assistance in times of need, super-physical reality, and what lies beyond for us all.'

Category Theosophy