Definition of Astrals
1. astral [n] - See also: astral
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Astrals
Literary usage of Astrals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Claude's Book by L. Kelway Bamber, Claude H. Kelway Bamber (1919)
"astrals AND THOUGHT-FORMS You want to know the difference between " Ast- ... There are two kinds of "astrals" (so called because they are functioning on the ..."
2. The Perfect Way: Or, The Finding of Christ by Anna Bonus Kingsford, Edward Maitland (1890)
"Such is the unsubstantiality of the astrals, that the smallest exercise of an adverse will throws them into confusion and deprives them of the power of ..."
3. A Wanderer in the Spirit Lands by A. Farnese (1913)
"These astrals being, as I have said, created from the cloud masses of human ... astrals of every kind are the intermediate degree of materiality between the ..."
4. "Clothed with the Sun": Being the Book of the Illuminations of Anna (Bonus by Anna Bonus Kingsford (1889)
"You will see, then, that the genii and the astrals have nothing in common. ... The astrals are between these two. They are as planes which cannot focus the ..."
5. The Hidden Way Across the Threshold: Or, The Mystery which Hath Been Hidden by J. C. Street (1887)
"For the magnetic emanations of the astrals are under the dominion of the Fire ; they are not Souls nor Divine Personalities, but are simply emanations or ..."
6. The Theosophical Review by Theosophical Publishing Society (London, England) (1890)
"Let us hope that the " astrals " of such eminent chemists as Messrs. ... and if astrals progress, as this spirit says they do, the philosophy of Occultism ..."