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Check out the article below that gives in-depth information about this intriguing phenomenon.
I also recommend you check out an extraordinary book called “Soul Traveler” by Albert Taylor. He describes, in detail, his adventures in astral projections. This is a magnificent read.
Visit the website at: www.alberttaylor.com.
OTHER TYPES OF PSYCHIC ABILITIES
Astral Projection – The ability to leave one’s body and travel in spirit to another location...
Living in Balance (The Virtues of Maat)
MAÁT: The symbolic representation of Maát as a *human figure with outreached hands and wings, is the Netcher of the weighing of the soul in ancient Kemet. The heart of the deceased was believed to be the seat of the soul and it was weighed on the scale of the Netcher Maát, against a feather, which represented the principles of truth and righteousness (the seven cardinal virtues). This symbolic weighing of the heart against the feather of truth (Maát) was performed to established the righteousness of the deceased.
The scale of Maát was balanced after the recitation of the “42” Declarations of Maát. The Neophyte or students ultimate aim in Kemet was for a person to become “One with God” or to “become like God.”Neophyte in ancient Kemet...Read More
The Kemetic Sage Tehuti (Djehuti) or Thoth, known to the Greeks as Hermes/thoth, became a principle Law-giver of Egypt or in the tongue of the Africans of that land, Kmt (pronounced Kemet). His axioms provided humanity with a comprehensive analysis of the nature of creation and the universe. While meditating the following principles were given to him by the Source (the Creator) also known as the Dragon or Poimandres:
1. The Principle of Mentalism: THE ALL is mind; The Universe is mental.
2. The Principle of Correspondence : As above, so below ; as below, so above.
3. The Principle of Vibration: Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates.
4. The Principle of Polarity: Everything is dual; everything has poles; everything has it’s pair of opposites; like and unlike are the same; opp...Read More
Find out what Tarot Card corresponds to your Astrological Sign below
Aries = The Emperor
The Emperor is the complement to the Empress. He is the Masculine Principle, the Animus, the Patriarch. He represents power and authority, and his stern attitude is quite a departure from the sensual beauty of the Empress. Behind his throne are barren mountains, a symbol of the lofty heights of which he is master. The throne itself is decorated with four rams’ heads, representing intellectual heights and sure-footedness in climbing the lofty crags. He is a ruler.
Taurus = The Hierophant
The archetype of the spiritual world is the Hierophant...Read More
It is said that the ruling planet of your ascendant sign is the planet that rules your entire natal chart. For Instance, if your sun sign is Leo and your ascendant (rising sign) is Taurus, the ruling planet for Taurus is Venus. Therefore, Venus and all of its attributes dominate your entire natal chart. Thus a significant portion of your personality.
The different body parts they represent and the meanings of each planet:
Aries: Mars is the ruling planet. The body parts ruled by this Zodiac Sign are the external reproductive organs, head and face.
Taurus: Venus is the ruling planet. The body parts ruled by this Zodiac Sign are throat, chin, cheeks, sense of taste.
Gemini: Mercury is the ruling planet...