An Anglican clergyman who became a leading figure in the Theosophical Society and the right-hand man of Annie Besant, he was primarily responsible for the Krishnamurti scandal. Later, in Australia, he became a Bishop of the Liberal Catholic Church and devoted himself to its affairs. He wrote numerous books, including The Science of the Sacraments, The Masters and the Path, The Astral Plane, Clairvoyance, Dreams, Lfe After Death, Man Visihie and Invisihle, and with Annie Besant, Reincarnation, 1898, Thought Forms, 1901, Man: Whence, How and Whither, 1913, and Occult Chemistry, 1919. These, together with the works authored by Ms Besant, form the philosophical basis for the Adyar branch of Theosophy.slightly modified from Richard Cavendish, ed. The Encyclopeadia of the Unexplained, (Routledge and Kegan Paul, London), 1974, p.132
Charles Webster Leadbeater: His Life, Writings and Theosophical teachings - An overview of online material by and on CW Leadbeater and his teachings.
Articles by and about CW Leadbeater His philosophy, clairvoyant investigations and some historical material.
Charles Webster Leadbeater - wikipedia page
Alice Bailey and Theoosphy (pdf format, opens new wimdow in browser) - an interesting essay by Kenneth Sørensen that uses statements from "the Tibetan" (Alice Bailey's channelled master) to cut through the personality glamour connected with psychism.