Theos-World Re: Occultic Moon Landings and limits of astral
Mar 26, 2007 11:32 AM
by Konstantin Zaitzev
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "krishtar" <krishtar_a@...> wrote:
> I always thought of astral planes as being planes of manifestation
> and not a plane as measured according our tridimensional space.
I mean not a plane as such but the astral matter. Physical plane is
continuous up to the most distant stars but the gaseous atmosphere is
limited, and it requires starships to retain it far from the Earth.
Though having more dimensions than three, the astral atmosphere can
have sections as it were in correspondence with objects of three
dimensional space. Wouldn't you deny that when one sees a spook by the
astral sight, he sees it in certain particular place and doesn't see
it in another.
> which literature is the source for stating that astral planes being
> limited to our atmosphere.
No literature states that, and I never said that. You either didn't
carefully read my message or didn't understand it.
Cannot help it.
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