Originally posted by WhoKnows100
The person who believes that they control the situation during astral projection is fully deceived. These people are led away by the pleasure they
encounter and that becomes the magnet for them to return, willingly submitting themselves to experiences. It is what is known as Incubus/Succubus,
which is the physical intermingling human and demonic.
Jesus told us that blessed are those who believe without seeing. That he judged based on NOT what he saw or perceived. That lying signs and
wonders would abound in the last days, appealing to the depravities within man. That in these last days those who are perishing believed the lying
signs and wonders as their truth. You were commanded not to enter into mind emptying rituals, to not partake in sorcery of any kind, and to not seek
god hood within for all hearts are wicked. But instead, what I see on this board is a generation completely and utterly swept away by these lying
signs and wonders, and seeking to have their sexual lusts fullfilled because nobody taught them to master these desires nor taught them that if we
want something badly enough to be true that even lying signs and wonders can be used to justify a lie to be true.
First of all, I'd advise you to back off of the whole "this is evil, we must not do it" - If astral projection was a "sin", then I guess all the
"good" I do by spreading awareness of it is also a sin.
Second, I was raised in the Christian faith, and unless my preacher at the time was the devil incarnate, he encouraged
me to continue astral
projecting, as (and I quote) "If the Beloved Father & Son really
didn't want you to do it, then you wouldn't have been doing it from the
beginning". There are plenty of Christian astral projectors out there - some even pray to Jesus for protection just before an attempt, which is what
my pastor also encouraged me to do.
Third, I won't deny that there are nasty entities out there, but here's the thing: They leave you alone if you don't show any emotion towards them.
As for "sexual lusts" - I hate to break it to you, but astral projection has nothing to do with "lust" (unless you're purposely trying to spy on
). True there are cases of incubi & succubi, but to link them to astral projection is like trying to say bananas are a different form of
Fourth, emptying the mind is how some of us think - I'll share a bit of zen wisdom with you: One who's mind is filled cannot focus on any one task
(in other words, if your mind is never "empty", how can you focus on a single task alone)? I get my best ideas for work in the half-hour just before
sleep kicks in, when there's nothing on my mind. Did a demon send the thought into there? If it did, it's not much of a demon, as it's helping me
overcome a problem (Aren't they supposed to hinder it?). In all of my projections, I have never once ran afoul of any entity, nor have I felt any
fear in any of my attempts.
Fifth, I do agree with you here - it is very, very easy to become addicted to it. This is why I never do my attempts at random times - each one is
done about the same time of day (or night), and is only done for a certain time frame (been doing this for ~4 years now, with no ill effects to
Finally, if you've ever had an astral projection, it is very easy to be in control - there's no "entity" behind the scenes controlling your every
move - it's all you. Plus, when I'm in control, I like to visit places that I don't have any chance to visit (due to work) - such as the pyramids,
the ocean, even to some of the older churches (love the architecture). I doubt that a demonic entity, who's "letting" me go anywhere I please,
wants to take a tour of some church.
With all due seriousness & respect - why not just let us partake in our "sins" (you're missing out, though, as having an OBE is amazing), and burn
up when our time comes? I'll share one last bit from my Christian days: "A True Christian doesn't waste breath trying to save those that cannot
be saved, but instead leaves the matter to the Father, Son, & Holy Ghost, as they are in charge".
PS: I've became an Agnostic about a year ago (due to having different beliefs that the Church), but still talk with my Pastor on a weekly basis (you
see, he keeps an open mind about this, and as everything is a "work of God", believes there's nothing wrong with doing it).