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I was talking about the LUNAR PHASES to Sweet404Peaches and telling her I'd probably just continue to post it on the other space we share but she said, and I'm paraphrasing "we need to continue sharing and logging information."  So with that said, Here is the next LUNAR PHASE!

 

The moon goes into Capricorn @ 10:03pm EST and 3:03 pm in the UK

 

The next couple of days you should focus on the things that need strict discipline. 

You'll be able to focus upon GOAL oriented tasks greatly!

 

LUNAR DAY 9 Good for detailed task completion

 

CAPRICORN MOON:  64 145 180 249 496

CAPRICORN MOON:  2638 1786 0332

MOON IN CAPRICORN:  77 167 177 208 297  545

CAPRICORN rules the 

KNEES:   24 51 74 103 150

BONES:  25 52 73 104 187

 

ON SEPT 6, 2011

  • 01:30  VOC  STARTS
  • 03:03  CAPRICORN
  • 03:03  VOC ENDS
  • 03:03  MANSION
  • 16:31  LUNAR DAY 10 is good for traveling & anything dealing w/transportation & vehicles.

 

Hey, you are talking to me right now 'the next couple of days  I should focus on things that need strict dicipline that I have been avoiding.'

I like'17' for 'moon

  3009-3002-4665

021-213-0213

003-0003-333-3333-3030-803-883-833-133

017-071-771-7771-1717-117-1171-0117-8117--8177-81770 tc

Firststep is to determine what you want, then describe yourself as if you already have it.

0 = 8 = 00    [SpookySoozy 0 = 1 = 0]

Be$t of Luck from the Sun Smiley$tate

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    big truck with four mirrors, two mirrors on each side:  237 532 543 939 3867

    Since you were concerned about the position of the mirrors, you may want to switch the numbers around instead of 42 it's probably 97 or 95.

    95* or 97 would be the mirror and on two sides 9559 9779 4224 (a mirror image)  just a thought!

     

    *when you hold a 2 in front of a mirror, it looks like a 5, hence the 95 idea...

    GREAT VISION/DREAM DREAMtoREALITY, same day hit:   

    Mon, 9/5/2011

    2-3-5

     

    Mon, 9/5/2011

    5-3-5-4

     

    MASS:  # Mid    Mon, 9/5/2011       4-5-5-9

     

    Create in me, that I may give increasingly

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      Astral projection

      Astral projection(or astral travel) is an interpretation of out-of-body experience (OBE) that assumes the existence of an "astral body" separate from the physical body and capable of traveling outside it.[1] Astral projection or travel denotes the astral body leaving the physical body to travel in the astral plane.

      The idea of astral travel is rooted in common worldwide religious accounts of the afterlife[2] in which the consciousness' or soul's journey or "ascent" is described in such terms as "an...out-of body experience, wherein the spiritual traveller leaves the physical body and travels in his/her subtle body (or dreambody or astral body) into ‘higher’ realms."[3] It is therefore associated with near death experiences and is also frequently reported as spontaneously experienced in association with sleep and dreams, illness,[4] surgical operations, drug experiences, sleep paralysis and forms of meditation.[5]

      It is sometimes attempted out of curiosity,[6] or may be believed to be necessary to, or the result of, some forms of spiritual practice.[7] It may involve "travel to higher realms" called astral planes but is commonly used to describe any sensation of being "out of the body"[8] in the everyday world, even seeing one's body from outside or above. It may be reported in the form of an apparitional experience, a supposed encounter with a doppelgänger, some living person also seen somewhere else at the same time.[9]

      Through the 1960s and 70s, surveys reported percentages ranging from 8 percent to as many as 50 percent (in certain groups) of respondents who state they had such an experience.[10] The subjective nature of the experience permits explanations that do not rely on the existence of an "astral" body and plane.[8] There is little beyond anecdotal evidence to support the idea that people can actually "leave the body".[11]


      Beliefs

      The theme is treated in anthropological or ethnographic literature on witchcraft and shamanism,[12] in classical philosophy and in various myths and religious scriptures.

      Western philosophies

      According to classical, medieval and renaissance Neoplatonism, and later Theosophist and Rosicrucian thought, the astral body is an intermediate subtle body linking the rational soul to the physical body while the astral plane is an intermediate subtle world between Heaven and Earth. These astral spheres were held to be populated by angels, demons and spirits.[13][14]

      The subtle bodies, and their associated planes of existence, form an essential part of the esoteric systems that deal with astral phenomena. In the neo-platonism of Plotinus, for example, the individual is a microcosm ("small world") of the universe (the macrocosm or "great world"). "The rational soul...is akin to the great Soul of the World" while "the material universe, like the body, is made as a faded image of the Intelligible". Each succeeding plane of manifestation is causal to the next, a world-view called emanationism; "from the One proceeds Intellect, from Intellect Soul, and from Soul - in its lower phase, or Nature - the material universe".[15]

      Often these bodies and their planes of existence are depicted as a series of concentric circles or nested spheres, with a separate body traversing each realm.[16] The idea of the astral figured prominently in the work of the nineteenth-century French occultist Eliphas Levi, whence it was adopted and developed further by Theosophy, and used afterwards by other esoteric movements.

      The Bible

      A common belief is that the subtle body is attached to the physical body by means of a psychic silver cord.[17][18] The final chapter of the Biblical Book of Ecclesiastes is often cited in this respect;[19]

      "before the silver cord be loosed, or the golden bowl be broken, or the pitcher be shattered at the fountain, or the wheel be broken at the cistern"

      Paul's second letter to the Corinthians (Chapter 12, verse 2) is more generally agreed to refer to the astral planes;[20]

      "I know a man in Christ, fourteen years ago, (whether in the body I know not, or out of the body I know not, God knows) such a one caught up to the third heaven..."'

      This statement gave rise to the Visio Pauli, a tract that offers a vision of heaven and hell, a forerunner of visions attributed to Adomnan and Tnugdalus as well as of Dante'sDivine Comedy.

      Ancient Egypt

      Similar concepts of "soul" travel appear in various other religious traditions, for example ancient Egyptian teachings present the soul as having the ability to hover outside the physical body in the ka, or subtle body.[21]

      China

      Taoist alchemical practice involves creation of an energy body by breathing meditations, drawing energy into a 'pearl' that is then "circulated".[22] "Xiangzi ... with a drum as his pillow fell fast asleep, snoring and motionless. His primordial spirit, however, went straight into the banquet room and said, "My lords, here I am again." ... When Tuizhi walked ... with the officials to take a look, there really was a Daoist sleeping on the ground and snoring like thunder. Yet inside, in the side room, there was another Daoist beating a fisher drum and singing Daoist songs. The officials all said, “Although there are two different people, their faces and clothes are exactly alike. Clearly he is a divine immortal who can divide his body and appear in several places at once. ..." ... At that moment, the Daoist in the side room came walking out, and the Daoist sleeping on the ground woke up. The two merged into one." [23]

      India

      Similar ideas such as the Lin'ga S'ari-ra are found in ancient Hindu scriptures such as the YogaVashishta-Maharamayana of Valmiki.[21] Modern Indians who have vouched for astral projection include Paramahansa Yogananda who witnessed Swami Pranabananda doing a miracle through a possible astral projection[24] and Osho (Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh) who practiced it himself.[25]

      The Indian spiritual teacher Meher Baba described one's use of astral projection:

      In the advancing stages leading to the beginning of the path, the aspirant becomes spiritually prepared for being entrusted with free use of the forces of the inner world of the astral bodies. He may then undertake astral journeys in his astral body, leaving the physical body in sleep or wakefulness. The astral journeys that are taken unconsciously are much less important than those undertaken with full consciousness and as a result of deliberate volition. This implies conscious use of the astral body. Conscious separation of the astral body from the outer vehicle of the gross body has its own value in making the soul feel its distinction from the gross body and in arriving at fuller control of the gross body. One can, at will, put on and take off the external gross body as if it were a cloak, and use the astral body for experiencing the inner world of the astral and for undertaking journeys through it, if and when necessary....The ability to undertake astral journeys therefore involves considerable expansion of one’s scope for experience. It brings opportunities for promoting one’s own spiritual advancement, which begins with the involution of consciousness.[26]

      The Yogic tradition is an elaborate system of meditation and astral projection and most other Chino-Tibetan systems are derived therefrom through Buddhist channels.[citation needed] Astral projection is one of the Siddhis considered achievable by yoga practitioners through self-disciplined practice.

       Japan

      The ikiryo as illustrated by Toriyama Sekien.

      In Japanese mythology, an ikiryo (???) (also read shoryo, seirei, or ikisudama) is a manifestation of the soul of a living person separately from their body.[27] Traditionally, if someone holds a sufficient grudge against another person, it is believed that a part or the whole of their soul can temporarily leave their body and appear before the target of their hate in order to curse or otherwise harm them, similar to an evil eye. Souls are also believed to leave a living body when the body is extremely sick or comatose; suchikiryo are not malevolent.

       Inuit

      In some Inuit groups people with special capabilities are said to travel to (mythological) remote places, and report their experiences and things important to their fellows or the entire community; how to stop bad luck in hunting, cure a sick person etc.,[28][29] things unavailable to people with normal capabilities.[30]

       Amazon

      The yaskomoof the Waiwai is believed to be able to perform a "soul flight" that can serve several functions such as healing, flying to the sky to consult cosmological beings (the moon or the brother of the moon) to get a name for a new-born baby, lying to the cave of peccaries' mountains to ask the father of peccaries for abundance of game or flying deep down in a river to get the help of other beings.[31]

      "Astral" and "etheric"

      The expression "astral projection" came to be used in two different ways. For the Golden Dawn[32] and some Theosophists[33] it retained the classical and medieval philosophers' meaning of journeying to other worlds, heavens, hells, the astrological spheres and other imaginal[34] landscapes, but outside these circles the term was increasingly applied to non-physical travel around the physical world.[35]

      Though this usage continues to be widespread, the term, "etheric travel", used by some later Theosophists, offers a useful distinction. Some experients say they visit different times and/or places:[36] "etheric", then, is used to represent the sense of being "out of the body" in the physical world, whereas "astral" may connote some alteration in time-perception. Robert Monroe describes the former type of projection as "Locale I" or the "Here-Now", involving people and places that actually exist:[37] Robert Bruce calls it the "Real Time Zone" (RTZ) and describes it as the non-physical dimension-level closest to the physical.[38] This etheric body is usually, though not always, invisible but is often perceived by the experient as connected to the physical body during separation by a “silver cord”. Some link "falling" dreams with projection.[39]

      According to Max Heindel, the etheric "double" serves as a medium between the astral and physical realms. In his system the ether, also called prana, is the "vital force" that empowers the physical forms to change. From his descriptions it can be inferred that, to him, when one views the physical during an out-of-body experience, one is not technically "in" the astral realm at all.[40]

      Other experients may describe a domain that has no parallel to any known physical setting. Environments may be populated or unpopulated, artificial, natural or abstract, and the experience may be beatific, horrific or neutral. A common Theosophical belief is that one may access a compendium of mystical knowledge called the Akashic records. In many accounts the experiencer correlates the astral world with the world of dreams. Some even report seeing other dreamers enacting dream scenarios unaware of their wider environment.[41]

      The astral environment may also be divided into levelsor sub-planesby theorists, but there are many different views in various traditions concerning the overall structure of the astral planes: they may include heavens and hells and other after-death spheres, transcendent environments or other less-easily characterized states.[37][39][41]

       Notable practitioners

      Emanuel Swedenborg was one of the first practitioners to write extensively about the out-of-body experience, in his Spiritual Diary (1747–65). French philosopher and novelist Honoré de Balzac's fictional work "Louis Lambert" suggests he may have had some astral or out-of-body experience.[citation needed]

      There are many twentieth century publications on astral projection,[42] although only a few authors remain widely cited. These include Robert Monroe,[43] Oliver Fox,[44] Sylvan Muldoon and Hereward Carrington,[45] and Yram.[46]

      Carrington, a psychical researcher, and Muldoon, who professed ease with astral projection, jointly published The Projection of the Astral Bodyin 1929. Techniques they felt facilitated projection included visualizing flying or ascending in an elevator just before going to sleep and trying to regain waking consciousness while in a dream state (lucid dreaming) by habitually recognizing apparent incongruities in one's dream such as a different pattern of wallpaper in one's home. Such recognition, they said, sometimes resulted in the feeling of being outside the physical body and able to look down on it.[21]

      Robert Monroe's accounts of journeys to other realms (1971–1994) popularized the term "OBE" and were translated into a large number of languages. Though his books themselves only placed secondary importance on descriptions of method, Monroe also founded an institute dedicated to research, exploration and non-profit dissemination of auditory technology for assisting others in achieving projection and related altered states of consciousness.

      Robert Bruce, William Buhlman and Albert Taylor have discussed their theories and findings on the syndicated show Coast to Coast AM several times.[47][48][49] Michael Crichton gives lengthy and detailed explanations and experience of astral projection in his non-fiction book "Travels".

      Waldo Vieira, a physician and dentist, claims to have had his first OBE at the age of 9 and has gone on to write numerous articles and over 20 books, including Projectiology.[50] Wagner Alegretti, president of and researcher at International Academy of Consciousness, is another out-of-body experiencer, featured on the Discovery Channel en Espanol[51] and New York's New Realities[52] series.[53]

      "Soul Travel", which is widely different from astral projection,[why?] is the soul's ability to leave the body(s) consciously, or when sleeping (unconsciously) and seek spiritual lessons in the various planes of heaven. Soul travel is a secret teaching in the religion of Eckankar. Its practitioners attempt to visit temples in higher planes to gain spiritual wisdom and learn the ways of divine love.

      In occult traditions, practices range from inducing trance states to the mental construction of a second body, called the Body of Light in Aleister Crowley's writings, through visualization and controlled breathing, followed by the transfer of consciousness to the secondary body by a mental act of will.[54]

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        astral body- 110  748  140  38  214

        astral plane- 418  112  163 40 216

        apparational experience- 943 224 326 107  510

        doppelgänger-  338 113 162 59 243

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          Astral Projection- 1289 215 185 77 341

          Astral Travel  1198  140 160 41 244

          Out-of-body Experience- 1374  215 260 89  449

          astral body- 110  748  140  38  214

          astral plane- 418  112  163 40 216

          apparational experience- 943 224 326 107  510

          doppelgänger-  338 113 162 59 243

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            Hummingbird '44'

            044-144-844

            044- 0444- 4444 -444

            144-1444- 844- 84444

            0440- 8440 - 8448- 4044 - 4144- 4041

            Peaches,

            Your hummingbird stopped off in South Carolina on 9/4/2011 PM as 444

            Firststep is to determine what you want, then describe yourself as if you already have it.

            0 = 8 = 00    [SpookySoozy 0 = 1 = 0]

            Be$t of Luck from the Sun Smiley$tate

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              Its not done Dream- It was amazing- I know the bird was speaking to me and came directly in front of me stood still in midair for about 1 minute wings just a flapping then flew off.  My bestfriend saw it and was mystified.lol

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                Astral projection

                Astral projection(or astral travel) is an interpretation of out-of-body experience (OBE) that assumes the existence of an "astral body" separate from the physical body and capable of traveling outside it.[1] Astral projection or travel denotes the astral body leaving the physical body to travel in the astral plane.

                The idea of astral travel is rooted in common worldwide religious accounts of the afterlife[2] in which the consciousness' or soul's journey or "ascent" is described in such terms as "an...out-of body experience, wherein the spiritual traveller leaves the physical body and travels in his/her subtle body (or dreambody or astral body) into ‘higher’ realms."[3] It is therefore associated with near death experiences and is also frequently reported as spontaneously experienced in association with sleep and dreams, illness,[4] surgical operations, drug experiences, sleep paralysis and forms of meditation.[5]

                It is sometimes attempted out of curiosity,[6] or may be believed to be necessary to, or the result of, some forms of spiritual practice.[7] It may involve "travel to higher realms" called astral planes but is commonly used to describe any sensation of being "out of the body"[8] in the everyday world, even seeing one's body from outside or above. It may be reported in the form of an apparitional experience, a supposed encounter with a doppelgänger, some living person also seen somewhere else at the same time.[9]

                Through the 1960s and 70s, surveys reported percentages ranging from 8 percent to as many as 50 percent (in certain groups) of respondents who state they had such an experience.[10] The subjective nature of the experience permits explanations that do not rely on the existence of an "astral" body and plane.[8] There is little beyond anecdotal evidence to support the idea that people can actually "leave the body".[11]


                Beliefs

                The theme is treated in anthropological or ethnographic literature on witchcraft and shamanism,[12] in classical philosophy and in various myths and religious scriptures.

                Western philosophies

                According to classical, medieval and renaissance Neoplatonism, and later Theosophist and Rosicrucian thought, the astral body is an intermediate subtle body linking the rational soul to the physical body while the astral plane is an intermediate subtle world between Heaven and Earth. These astral spheres were held to be populated by angels, demons and spirits.[13][14]

                The subtle bodies, and their associated planes of existence, form an essential part of the esoteric systems that deal with astral phenomena. In the neo-platonism of Plotinus, for example, the individual is a microcosm ("small world") of the universe (the macrocosm or "great world"). "The rational soul...is akin to the great Soul of the World" while "the material universe, like the body, is made as a faded image of the Intelligible". Each succeeding plane of manifestation is causal to the next, a world-view called emanationism; "from the One proceeds Intellect, from Intellect Soul, and from Soul - in its lower phase, or Nature - the material universe".[15]

                Often these bodies and their planes of existence are depicted as a series of concentric circles or nested spheres, with a separate body traversing each realm.[16] The idea of the astral figured prominently in the work of the nineteenth-century French occultist Eliphas Levi, whence it was adopted and developed further by Theosophy, and used afterwards by other esoteric movements.

                The Bible

                A common belief is that the subtle body is attached to the physical body by means of a psychic silver cord.[17][18] The final chapter of the Biblical Book of Ecclesiastes is often cited in this respect;[19]

                "before the silver cord be loosed, or the golden bowl be broken, or the pitcher be shattered at the fountain, or the wheel be broken at the cistern"

                Paul's second letter to the Corinthians (Chapter 12, verse 2) is more generally agreed to refer to the astral planes;[20]

                "I know a man in Christ, fourteen years ago, (whether in the body I know not, or out of the body I know not, God knows) such a one caught up to the third heaven..."'

                This statement gave rise to the Visio Pauli, a tract that offers a vision of heaven and hell, a forerunner of visions attributed to Adomnan and Tnugdalus as well as of Dante'sDivine Comedy.

                Ancient Egypt

                Similar concepts of "soul" travel appear in various other religious traditions, for example ancient Egyptian teachings present the soul as having the ability to hover outside the physical body in the ka, or subtle body.[21]

                China

                Taoist alchemical practice involves creation of an energy body by breathing meditations, drawing energy into a 'pearl' that is then "circulated".[22] "Xiangzi ... with a drum as his pillow fell fast asleep, snoring and motionless. His primordial spirit, however, went straight into the banquet room and said, "My lords, here I am again." ... When Tuizhi walked ... with the officials to take a look, there really was a Daoist sleeping on the ground and snoring like thunder. Yet inside, in the side room, there was another Daoist beating a fisher drum and singing Daoist songs. The officials all said, “Although there are two different people, their faces and clothes are exactly alike. Clearly he is a divine immortal who can divide his body and appear in several places at once. ..." ... At that moment, the Daoist in the side room came walking out, and the Daoist sleeping on the ground woke up. The two merged into one." [23]

                India

                Similar ideas such as the Lin'ga S'ari-ra are found in ancient Hindu scriptures such as the YogaVashishta-Maharamayana of Valmiki.[21] Modern Indians who have vouched for astral projection include Paramahansa Yogananda who witnessed Swami Pranabananda doing a miracle through a possible astral projection[24] and Osho (Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh) who practiced it himself.[25]

                The Indian spiritual teacher Meher Baba described one's use of astral projection:

                In the advancing stages leading to the beginning of the path, the aspirant becomes spiritually prepared for being entrusted with free use of the forces of the inner world of the astral bodies. He may then undertake astral journeys in his astral body, leaving the physical body in sleep or wakefulness. The astral journeys that are taken unconsciously are much less important than those undertaken with full consciousness and as a result of deliberate volition. This implies conscious use of the astral body. Conscious separation of the astral body from the outer vehicle of the gross body has its own value in making the soul feel its distinction from the gross body and in arriving at fuller control of the gross body. One can, at will, put on and take off the external gross body as if it were a cloak, and use the astral body for experiencing the inner world of the astral and for undertaking journeys through it, if and when necessary....The ability to undertake astral journeys therefore involves considerable expansion of one’s scope for experience. It brings opportunities for promoting one’s own spiritual advancement, which begins with the involution of consciousness.[26]

                The Yogic tradition is an elaborate system of meditation and astral projection and most other Chino-Tibetan systems are derived therefrom through Buddhist channels.[citation needed] Astral projection is one of the Siddhis considered achievable by yoga practitioners through self-disciplined practice.

                 Japan

                The ikiryo as illustrated by Toriyama Sekien.

                In Japanese mythology, an ikiryo (???) (also read shoryo, seirei, or ikisudama) is a manifestation of the soul of a living person separately from their body.[27] Traditionally, if someone holds a sufficient grudge against another person, it is believed that a part or the whole of their soul can temporarily leave their body and appear before the target of their hate in order to curse or otherwise harm them, similar to an evil eye. Souls are also believed to leave a living body when the body is extremely sick or comatose; suchikiryo are not malevolent.

                 Inuit

                In some Inuit groups people with special capabilities are said to travel to (mythological) remote places, and report their experiences and things important to their fellows or the entire community; how to stop bad luck in hunting, cure a sick person etc.,[28][29] things unavailable to people with normal capabilities.[30]

                 Amazon

                The yaskomoof the Waiwai is believed to be able to perform a "soul flight" that can serve several functions such as healing, flying to the sky to consult cosmological beings (the moon or the brother of the moon) to get a name for a new-born baby, lying to the cave of peccaries' mountains to ask the father of peccaries for abundance of game or flying deep down in a river to get the help of other beings.[31]

                "Astral" and "etheric"

                The expression "astral projection" came to be used in two different ways. For the Golden Dawn[32] and some Theosophists[33] it retained the classical and medieval philosophers' meaning of journeying to other worlds, heavens, hells, the astrological spheres and other imaginal[34] landscapes, but outside these circles the term was increasingly applied to non-physical travel around the physical world.[35]

                Though this usage continues to be widespread, the term, "etheric travel", used by some later Theosophists, offers a useful distinction. Some experients say they visit different times and/or places:[36] "etheric", then, is used to represent the sense of being "out of the body" in the physical world, whereas "astral" may connote some alteration in time-perception. Robert Monroe describes the former type of projection as "Locale I" or the "Here-Now", involving people and places that actually exist:[37] Robert Bruce calls it the "Real Time Zone" (RTZ) and describes it as the non-physical dimension-level closest to the physical.[38] This etheric body is usually, though not always, invisible but is often perceived by the experient as connected to the physical body during separation by a “silver cord”. Some link "falling" dreams with projection.[39]

                According to Max Heindel, the etheric "double" serves as a medium between the astral and physical realms. In his system the ether, also called prana, is the "vital force" that empowers the physical forms to change. From his descriptions it can be inferred that, to him, when one views the physical during an out-of-body experience, one is not technically "in" the astral realm at all.[40]

                Other experients may describe a domain that has no parallel to any known physical setting. Environments may be populated or unpopulated, artificial, natural or abstract, and the experience may be beatific, horrific or neutral. A common Theosophical belief is that one may access a compendium of mystical knowledge called the Akashic records. In many accounts the experiencer correlates the astral world with the world of dreams. Some even report seeing other dreamers enacting dream scenarios unaware of their wider environment.[41]

                The astral environment may also be divided into levelsor sub-planesby theorists, but there are many different views in various traditions concerning the overall structure of the astral planes: they may include heavens and hells and other after-death spheres, transcendent environments or other less-easily characterized states.[37][39][41]

                 Notable practitioners

                Emanuel Swedenborg was one of the first practitioners to write extensively about the out-of-body experience, in his Spiritual Diary (1747–65). French philosopher and novelist Honoré de Balzac's fictional work "Louis Lambert" suggests he may have had some astral or out-of-body experience.[citation needed]

                There are many twentieth century publications on astral projection,[42] although only a few authors remain widely cited. These include Robert Monroe,[43] Oliver Fox,[44] Sylvan Muldoon and Hereward Carrington,[45] and Yram.[46]

                Carrington, a psychical researcher, and Muldoon, who professed ease with astral projection, jointly published The Projection of the Astral Bodyin 1929. Techniques they felt facilitated projection included visualizing flying or ascending in an elevator just before going to sleep and trying to regain waking consciousness while in a dream state (lucid dreaming) by habitually recognizing apparent incongruities in one's dream such as a different pattern of wallpaper in one's home. Such recognition, they said, sometimes resulted in the feeling of being outside the physical body and able to look down on it.[21]

                Robert Monroe's accounts of journeys to other realms (1971–1994) popularized the term "OBE" and were translated into a large number of languages. Though his books themselves only placed secondary importance on descriptions of method, Monroe also founded an institute dedicated to research, exploration and non-profit dissemination of auditory technology for assisting others in achieving projection and related altered states of consciousness.

                Robert Bruce, William Buhlman and Albert Taylor have discussed their theories and findings on the syndicated show Coast to Coast AM several times.[47][48][49] Michael Crichton gives lengthy and detailed explanations and experience of astral projection in his non-fiction book "Travels".

                Waldo Vieira, a physician and dentist, claims to have had his first OBE at the age of 9 and has gone on to write numerous articles and over 20 books, including Projectiology.[50] Wagner Alegretti, president of and researcher at International Academy of Consciousness, is another out-of-body experiencer, featured on the Discovery Channel en Espanol[51] and New York's New Realities[52] series.[53]

                "Soul Travel", which is widely different from astral projection,[why?] is the soul's ability to leave the body(s) consciously, or when sleeping (unconsciously) and seek spiritual lessons in the various planes of heaven. Soul travel is a secret teaching in the religion of Eckankar. Its practitioners attempt to visit temples in higher planes to gain spiritual wisdom and learn the ways of divine love.

                In occult traditions, practices range from inducing trance states to the mental construction of a second body, called the Body of Light in Aleister Crowley's writings, through visualization and controlled breathing, followed by the transfer of consciousness to the secondary body by a mental act of will.[54]

                Rather interesting info

                1   19   20  18    1   12               11 - 12 - 18 - 19 - 20 - 1-12- 8 - 19 - 20 

                A    S    T    R    A   L

                1      1    2    9     1    3

                =17        178      817 - 0817 - 017 - 117 - 177 - 1717 - 0170 - 1777 - 1117

                =8

                008 - 088 - 888 - 8888 - 08888 - 0800 - 0880

                1=0=8=00

                Firststep is to determine what you want, then describe yourself as if you already have it.

                0 = 8 = 00    [SpookySoozy 0 = 1 = 0]

                Be$t of Luck from the Sun Smiley$tate

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                  Astral Projection- 1289 215 185 77 341

                  Astral Travel  1198  140 160 41 244

                  Out-of-body Experience- 1374  215 260 89  449

                  astral body- 110  748  140  38  214

                  astral plane- 418  112  163 40 216

                  apparational experience- 943 224 326 107  510

                  doppelgänger-  338 113 162 59 243

                  astral plane- 418  112  163 40 216

                  GA CASH 3 EVE Straight!!

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                    While driving today- I had to stop my car to let two deer cross the road.  They han no antlers.

                     

                    Too bad the didnt cross my path before draw break

                    two deer- 1144  85 90 31 163

                    no antlers- 426  111 114 39  163

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                      Victors Dream

                      1 million dollars worth of gold coins- 2005 379 446 163 665

                      gold coins- 273  93  132 48 197

                      split it with his friend "whiteboy"- 5026 698 777 311 1322

                      whiteboy- 1474 101 99 8 205

                      White boy was selling his coins Vic was not.

                      Numbers please

                      1 million dollars worth of gold coins- 2005 379 446 163 GA Eve Straight! 665

                      split it with his friend "whiteboy"- 5026 698 777 Tri State Eve 311 1322

                      gold coins- 273 delaware eve  93  132 48 197

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                        i will  keep the 2s in, coming up a lot lately 222-- 2222  /555 according to the 'new book' 555 = 111

                        '28'    most times for me about crying / 228 - 2228 - 02228 = 222 - 2222

                         028  - 228 - 2828 - 2800 - 2888 - 288 - 22288 - 2228 - 2002- 2200- 220

                        FL Eve 281- Way to Go Dream!!!!!Sun Smiley

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                          Lucid Dreams


                          A lucid dreamis a dream in which one is aware that one is dreaming. The term was coined by the Dutch psychiatrist and writer Frederik (Willem) van Eeden (1860–1932).[1] In a lucid dream, the dreamer can actively participate in and manipulate imaginary experiences in the dream environment.[2] Lucid dreams can seem real and vivid.[3]

                          A lucid dream can begin in one of two ways. A dream-initiated lucid dream(DILD) starts as a normal dream, and the dreamer eventually concludes it is a dream, while a wake-initiated lucid dream(WILD) occurs when the dreamer goes from a normal waking state directly into a dream state, with no apparent lapse in consciousness.

                          Dream recall

                          Dream recall is the ability to remember dreams. Good dream recall is often described as the first step towards lucid dreaming. Better recall increases awareness of dreams in general; with limited dream recall, any lucid dreams one has can be forgotten entirely. To improve dream recall, some people keep a dream journal, writing down or recording dreams. Some record their dreams upon awakening, some take notes which they work out later.[31] It is important to record the dreams as quickly as possible as there is a strong tendency to forget what one has dreamt.[32] For best recall, the waking dreamer should keep eyes closed while trying to remember the dream, and one's dream journal should be recorded in the present tense.[31] Dream recall can also be improved by staying still after waking up.[32] Autosuggestion may also help improve dream recall,[33] for instance by repeating (in thoughts or out loud) "I shall remember my dreams" before falling asleep. Stephen LaBerge recommends remembering at least one dream per night before attempting any induction methods. However, lucid dreamers who are lacking in strong dream recall can assist the process by forcing themselves awake when they feel the lucid dream coming to a close in order to record the dream while fresh in memory.

                          Wake-initiated lucid dreams (WILD)

                          Wake-initiated lucid dreams occur when "the sleeper enters REM sleep with unbroken self-awareness directly from the waking state".[34][35] There are many techniques aimed at entering a WILD. The key to these techniques is recognizing the hypnagogic stage, which is in between being awake and being asleep. If a person is successful in staying aware during this stage, that person will eventually enter a dream while lucid.

                          There are key times when this technique has a higher rate of success. While success at normal bedtime after having been awake all day is difficult, it is relatively easy after sleeping for 3–7 hours or in the afternoon during a nap. Techniques for inducing WILDs abound. Dreamers may count, envision themselves climbing or descending stairs, chant to themselves, control their breathing, count their breaths to keep their thoughts from drifting, concentrate on relaxing their body from their toes to their head, or allow images to flow through their "mind's eye" and envision themselves jumping into the image to maintain concentration and keep their mind awake, while still being calm enough to let their bodies sleep.

                          During the actual transition into a dream, dreamers are likely to experience sleep paralysis, including rapid vibrations,[20] a sequence of loud sounds, and a feeling of twirling into another state of body awareness, of "drifting off into another dimension", like passing from water into air. A notable sensation is also "seeing" gradual sharpening and becoming "real" of images or scenes they are thinking of and trying to visualize. This in contrast to the indefinite sensations felt when imagining something during waking.

                          Reality testing

                          Reality testing (or reality checking) is a common method used by people to determine whether or not they are dreaming. It involves performing an action and observing if the results are consistent with results expected when awake. By practicing these tests during waking life, one may eventually decide to perform such a test while dreaming, which may fail and let the dreamer realize they are dreaming.[36]

                          • Looking at text or one's digital watch (remembering the words or the time), looking away, and looking back. The text or time will probably have changed randomly and radically at the second glance or contain strange letters and characters. (Analog watches do not usually change in dreams, while text and digital watches have a great tendency to do so.)[37][unreliable source?] A digital watch or clock may feature strange characters or the numbers all out of order.
                          • Flipping a light switch. Light levels rarely change as a result of the switch flipping in dreams.[38]
                          • Looking into a mirror; in dreams, reflections from a mirror often appear to be blurred, distorted, incorrect, or frightening.[38]
                          • Looking at the ground beneath one's feet or at one's hands. If one does this within a dream the difference in appearance of the ground or one's hands from the normal waking state is often enough to alert the conscious to the dream state.[39]
                          • Holding one's nose and mouth closed while attempting to inhale. If dreaming, one will find themselves breathing and aware.[citation needed]

                          Prolongation

                          One problem faced by people wishing to experience lucid dreams is awakening prematurely. This premature awakening can be frustrating after investing considerable time into achieving lucidity in the first place. Stephen LaBerge proposed two ways to prolong a lucid dream. The first technique is spinning one's dream body. He proposed that when spinning, the dreamer is engaging parts of the brain that may also be involved in REM activity, helping to prolong REM sleep. The second technique is rubbing one's hands. The intention is to engage the dreamer's brain in producing the sensation of rubbing hands, preventing the dreamer becoming aware of the sensation of lying in bed. LaBerge tested his hypothesis by asking 34 volunteers to either spin, rub their hands, or do nothing. Results showed 90% of dreams were prolonged by hand rubbing and 96% prolonged by spinning. Only 33% of lucid dreams were prolonged with taking no action.[40]

                          Other variations on this theme have been proposed by lucid dream enthusiasts, the common basis for all these techniques is to focus on and/or increase one's tactile or sensory engagement with the dream world.

                          Other associated phenomena

                          Rapid eye movement (REM)

                          REM Sleep. EEG highlighted by red box. Eye movements highlighted by red line.

                          When a person is dreaming, the eyes move rapidly up and down and vibrate. Scientific research has found that these eye movements may correspond to the direction the dreamer "looks" at in the dreamscape. This has enabled trained lucid dreamers to communicate with researchers while dreaming by using eye movement signals.[15]

                          False awakening

                          In a false awakening, one dreams of having awoken. The room the dreamer falsely awakens in is often similar to the room he/she fell asleep in. If the person was lucid, they often believe that they are no longer dreaming and begin their morning routine. The dreamer remains naive to the dream either until they realize they haven't actually woken up or until they really do wake up.

                          Sleep paralysis

                          During REM sleep the body paralyzes itself as a protection mechanism to prevent the movements that occur in the dream from causing the physical body to move. However, this mechanism can be triggered before, during, or after normal sleep while the brain awakens. This can lead to a state where the awakened sleeper feels paralyzed. Hypnagogic hallucination may occur in this state, especially auditory ones. Effects of sleep paralysis include heaviness or inability to move the muscles, rushing or pulsating noises, and brief hypnogogic or hypnopompic imagery. Experiencing sleep paralysis is a necessary part of WILD, in which dreamers essentially detach their "dream" body from the paralyzed one.

                          Out-of-body experience

                          An out-of-body experience (OBE or sometimes OOBE) is an experience that typically involves a sensation of floating outside of one's body and, in some cases, perceiving one's physical body from a place outside one's body (autoscopy). About one in ten people think they have had an out-of-body experience at some time in their lives.[41] Scientists are learning about the phenomenon.[42]

                          Techniques to induce OBEs (with the intention of achieving astral projection) and lucid dreams from waking cover such similar ground that common misinterpretation of one as the other (or even equivalence) can be hypothesized.[43][unreliable source?]

                          Despite these similarities, EEG studies do not suggest an equivalence between OBEs and lucid dreams. Lucidity is strongly associated with stage 1 REM sleep but OBEs are far less consistent, producing EEG traces that can variously resemble stage 3 sleep, a waking, eyes-closed state or other uncategorized states.[44]

                          Lucid dreaming has been researched scientifically, and its existence is well established.

                          ‘’’Lucid Dreams 0096’’’ is a 1996 ambient album, on the emit records label. It is credited to “0096”, but this is merely the sequential catalogue number of the disc,

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                            Lucid Dreams


                            A lucid dreamis a dream in which one is aware that one is dreaming. The term was coined by the Dutch psychiatrist and writer Frederik (Willem) van Eeden (1860–1932).[1] In a lucid dream, the dreamer can actively participate in and manipulate imaginary experiences in the dream environment.[2] Lucid dreams can seem real and vivid.[3]

                            A lucid dream can begin in one of two ways. A dream-initiated lucid dream(DILD) starts as a normal dream, and the dreamer eventually concludes it is a dream, while a wake-initiated lucid dream(WILD) occurs when the dreamer goes from a normal waking state directly into a dream state, with no apparent lapse in consciousness.

                            Dream recall

                            Dream recall is the ability to remember dreams. Good dream recall is often described as the first step towards lucid dreaming. Better recall increases awareness of dreams in general; with limited dream recall, any lucid dreams one has can be forgotten entirely. To improve dream recall, some people keep a dream journal, writing down or recording dreams. Some record their dreams upon awakening, some take notes which they work out later.[31] It is important to record the dreams as quickly as possible as there is a strong tendency to forget what one has dreamt.[32] For best recall, the waking dreamer should keep eyes closed while trying to remember the dream, and one's dream journal should be recorded in the present tense.[31] Dream recall can also be improved by staying still after waking up.[32] Autosuggestion may also help improve dream recall,[33] for instance by repeating (in thoughts or out loud) "I shall remember my dreams" before falling asleep. Stephen LaBerge recommends remembering at least one dream per night before attempting any induction methods. However, lucid dreamers who are lacking in strong dream recall can assist the process by forcing themselves awake when they feel the lucid dream coming to a close in order to record the dream while fresh in memory.

                            Wake-initiated lucid dreams (WILD)

                            Wake-initiated lucid dreams occur when "the sleeper enters REM sleep with unbroken self-awareness directly from the waking state".[34][35] There are many techniques aimed at entering a WILD. The key to these techniques is recognizing the hypnagogic stage, which is in between being awake and being asleep. If a person is successful in staying aware during this stage, that person will eventually enter a dream while lucid.

                            There are key times when this technique has a higher rate of success. While success at normal bedtime after having been awake all day is difficult, it is relatively easy after sleeping for 3–7 hours or in the afternoon during a nap. Techniques for inducing WILDs abound. Dreamers may count, envision themselves climbing or descending stairs, chant to themselves, control their breathing, count their breaths to keep their thoughts from drifting, concentrate on relaxing their body from their toes to their head, or allow images to flow through their "mind's eye" and envision themselves jumping into the image to maintain concentration and keep their mind awake, while still being calm enough to let their bodies sleep.

                            During the actual transition into a dream, dreamers are likely to experience sleep paralysis, including rapid vibrations,[20] a sequence of loud sounds, and a feeling of twirling into another state of body awareness, of "drifting off into another dimension", like passing from water into air. A notable sensation is also "seeing" gradual sharpening and becoming "real" of images or scenes they are thinking of and trying to visualize. This in contrast to the indefinite sensations felt when imagining something during waking.

                            Reality testing

                            Reality testing (or reality checking) is a common method used by people to determine whether or not they are dreaming. It involves performing an action and observing if the results are consistent with results expected when awake. By practicing these tests during waking life, one may eventually decide to perform such a test while dreaming, which may fail and let the dreamer realize they are dreaming.[36]

                            • Looking at text or one's digital watch (remembering the words or the time), looking away, and looking back. The text or time will probably have changed randomly and radically at the second glance or contain strange letters and characters. (Analog watches do not usually change in dreams, while text and digital watches have a great tendency to do so.)[37][unreliable source?] A digital watch or clock may feature strange characters or the numbers all out of order.
                            • Flipping a light switch. Light levels rarely change as a result of the switch flipping in dreams.[38]
                            • Looking into a mirror; in dreams, reflections from a mirror often appear to be blurred, distorted, incorrect, or frightening.[38]
                            • Looking at the ground beneath one's feet or at one's hands. If one does this within a dream the difference in appearance of the ground or one's hands from the normal waking state is often enough to alert the conscious to the dream state.[39]
                            • Holding one's nose and mouth closed while attempting to inhale. If dreaming, one will find themselves breathing and aware.[citation needed]

                            Prolongation

                            One problem faced by people wishing to experience lucid dreams is awakening prematurely. This premature awakening can be frustrating after investing considerable time into achieving lucidity in the first place. Stephen LaBerge proposed two ways to prolong a lucid dream. The first technique is spinning one's dream body. He proposed that when spinning, the dreamer is engaging parts of the brain that may also be involved in REM activity, helping to prolong REM sleep. The second technique is rubbing one's hands. The intention is to engage the dreamer's brain in producing the sensation of rubbing hands, preventing the dreamer becoming aware of the sensation of lying in bed. LaBerge tested his hypothesis by asking 34 volunteers to either spin, rub their hands, or do nothing. Results showed 90% of dreams were prolonged by hand rubbing and 96% prolonged by spinning. Only 33% of lucid dreams were prolonged with taking no action.[40]

                            Other variations on this theme have been proposed by lucid dream enthusiasts, the common basis for all these techniques is to focus on and/or increase one's tactile or sensory engagement with the dream world.

                            Other associated phenomena

                            Rapid eye movement (REM)

                            REM Sleep. EEG highlighted by red box. Eye movements highlighted by red line.

                            When a person is dreaming, the eyes move rapidly up and down and vibrate. Scientific research has found that these eye movements may correspond to the direction the dreamer "looks" at in the dreamscape. This has enabled trained lucid dreamers to communicate with researchers while dreaming by using eye movement signals.[15]

                            False awakening

                            In a false awakening, one dreams of having awoken. The room the dreamer falsely awakens in is often similar to the room he/she fell asleep in. If the person was lucid, they often believe that they are no longer dreaming and begin their morning routine. The dreamer remains naive to the dream either until they realize they haven't actually woken up or until they really do wake up.

                            Sleep paralysis

                            During REM sleep the body paralyzes itself as a protection mechanism to prevent the movements that occur in the dream from causing the physical body to move. However, this mechanism can be triggered before, during, or after normal sleep while the brain awakens. This can lead to a state where the awakened sleeper feels paralyzed. Hypnagogic hallucination may occur in this state, especially auditory ones. Effects of sleep paralysis include heaviness or inability to move the muscles, rushing or pulsating noises, and brief hypnogogic or hypnopompic imagery. Experiencing sleep paralysis is a necessary part of WILD, in which dreamers essentially detach their "dream" body from the paralyzed one.

                            Out-of-body experience

                            An out-of-body experience (OBE or sometimes OOBE) is an experience that typically involves a sensation of floating outside of one's body and, in some cases, perceiving one's physical body from a place outside one's body (autoscopy). About one in ten people think they have had an out-of-body experience at some time in their lives.[41] Scientists are learning about the phenomenon.[42]

                            Techniques to induce OBEs (with the intention of achieving astral projection) and lucid dreams from waking cover such similar ground that common misinterpretation of one as the other (or even equivalence) can be hypothesized.[43][unreliable source?]

                            Despite these similarities, EEG studies do not suggest an equivalence between OBEs and lucid dreams. Lucidity is strongly associated with stage 1 REM sleep but OBEs are far less consistent, producing EEG traces that can variously resemble stage 3 sleep, a waking, eyes-closed state or other uncategorized states.[44]

                            Lucid dreaming has been researched scientifically, and its existence is well established.

                            ‘’’Lucid Dreams 0096’’’ is a 1996 ambient album, on the emit records label. It is credited to “0096”, but this is merely the sequential catalogue number of the disc,

                            Bed

                            lucid dream- 356 86 164 41 242

                            dream initiated lucid dream- 753 213 387 105 603

                            wake initiated lucid dream- 1549 211 364 94 575

                            Bed

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                              eagle is also'14'

                              014 - 814-144-114 - 0014-0144-0114

                              1444-1411-4144-0140-8140-8148

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