from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In an astral manner or context.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By means of or according to the stars.
- In theosophy, with reference to or by means of astral bodies, the astral fluid, etc.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
“Later on, I astrally projected to his hotel room.”
Usually I am flying astrally over these landscapes, hoping that the great old ones will not deign to notice me ...
With Ned maintaining a constant watch and monitoring my vital signs, I can astrally project my consciousness—my soul—into the device.
Is Arthur Delaney astrally projecting himself into Bill Kristol's body, somehow?
I determined I would visualize the rooms and their contents, travel there astrally, and turn off each stereo in turn.
You're not just caught: you are instead involved; unionized; enveloped physically, almost astrally; conjoined; embraced horrifically - hence, entangled.
Dr. Ken Carter: Maybe you're astrally projecting there?
He must've been astrally projecting; he lives in England, I live in Canada, and airfare is expensive.
And your neighbor must want the jam, because he/she astrally projected and got you riled in your dreams...
But still, is someone like that able to change his age when astrally projecting?
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