a reply to: PsychoEmperor
And a few more answers for you:
1. How long have you guys been astral projecting?
I've been doing it since maybe 7 or 8, and actually learned what the term was at 12 (my teen years were spent lurking on another forum called Astral
Society at the time, which was a community of like minded projectors - kind of like here, except that everyone was working on controlled projections
there). Well, when my first laptop came (and, coincidentally I discovered that my parents couldn't track what went on said laptop), I officially
joined up, and stayed with them until their demise with the whole Astral Commune/Astral Society debate (I used another alias on there,
And, using the knowledge I gained from there, I continued to this day - still working to find the ideal method to get me out at will.
2. What’s the weirdest place you've been? Is it always the “real world” I keep hearing about the “Astral Plane” how do you go
I'll clarify a bit - The "Astral Planes" is just that; another dimension, reality, universe apart from our physical; the level closest to our
physical could be classified as the "etheric plane". Now, often when you project, you project into a level that is not far from the physical, but
yet does not match the physical.
For example, you might project, visit someone, and be totally shocked that they are talking to you. Now, should you confront the person the next day,
they might claim you are full of it. Why? Because you were arguing with a projection that looked like them, acted like them, but wasn't "them".
As for the weirdest place I have gone, it would be a place I called "The Park". I've been there twice, and both times the structure of the place
was the same, but some things were different between the two trips. Basically, it was a huge park, with woods, hills, and lots of people - By the lake
was a building on stilts; the first time I went into it, it was like a reptile house or a nature center; the second time (years later imo) it was
filled with benches, overlooking the lake and the windows.
I know it isn't weird, but the general feel I got for the place was that I was in the company of other projectors; Just the feeling alone make it