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Astral Philippines V (Astral Projection Ebook Guide 1)

In our 3-Guide series, you will receive independent astral projection research and tips from Project Astral.  The research and information relate to folklore beliefs of the Philippines and showcases the essence of the beautiful country.

Are you at a current state of frustration because you fail to achieve astral projection by your will?  Maybe you can induce astral projection involuntarily, but you can’t harness the ability otherwise?  This guide will provide four tips to start you on the path of astral travel and lead you into Guide 2 where you will learn how to induce astral projection.

I began to notice my connection to astral projection at an early age; sleep paralysis would become a nightly ritual, I became engulfed in a strange world that I couldn’t control.  Sleep paralysis is an experience encountered while in the beginning stages of the REM (Rapid-Eye-Movement) sleep or during the awakening process.  The subject is acutely aware of the surroundings meanwhile their body is paralyzed, and a demon, monster or shadow presence often appears.

Astral Projection has similar traits to sleep paralysis but isn’t a frightening experience if you know how to navigate your journey.  Astral Travel or an Out of Body Experience (O.B.E.) takes place when you leave your body via the use of telepathy or due to natural causes such as Near Death Experiences (N.D.E.).  Some individuals also have interactions with a shadow or celestial being in the astral form; this is used as a deterrent to keep you from entering another realm.

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Astral Philippines IV (Mystical Locations)

Where can you find mystic locations for astral projection?  You can check out our list here, but if you live in the Philippines, you’re even more in luck. The Philippines ranks number 1 in Google searches for Astral Projection; is this just a coincidence or does the Philippines hold a view of mysticism that other civilizations overlook?

Hinatuan’s Enchanted River is a deep river situated on the island of Mindanao, located in the Philippines.  Surrounded by the borders of nearby regions Cambatong and Barangays of Talisay; its nickname “The Enchanted River,” derives from the poem “Rio Encantado,” and the unique coloration of the water.  Folktales of fairies and mystical fish that can’t be caught are just a few of the stories locals have passed down.

Scientists are baffled by the salt water that occupies the spot, the river was originally thought to be a fresh water outlet.  The depths of the enchanted river have never been recorded. Thus theories have arisen about what could lie underneath.  The legends of this beautiful place will never cease.

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Mount Banahaw is an active volcano you can find in the Quezon province within the Philippines.  Spiritual sightings and religious revelations are only a fragment of the psychic activity documented in and around the mountain.  Ancient cults, religious structures, and holy healers have graced the land for ages. 

Nearby, a spring dubbed “Yapak ni Kristo,” which translates to “Christs Footprint” is a site visited by thousands during the Holy Week in the Philippines.  The spring is believed to radiate healing powers and induce visions; this might be an effect of the high sulfuric levels in the water.

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Here’s a sample of some of the legends surrounding MT. Banahaw.

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  1. A hermit living near the foot of the mountain dreamt or had a vision that the mountain is the supposed promised land.  This also stems from a legend that because of the unrest in the middle east, the four Archangels transferred the Holy Land to Mt. Banahaw.

2.The mountain’s summit has three Crosses to depict the Crucifixion of Jesus.  On Good Friday However, that place has to be empty or deserted because they believe that only God can see the death of His Son, Jesus Christ.

3.On Good Friday also, they think that an Engkanto appears and opens up a secret cave which is a gateway to Hell.  Anyone who is at the summit will be unwillingly taken into it and never return.

4. People living near Mountain also believe that every now and then, a beautiful lady appears out of nowhere and rescues those who are in peril.

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Astral Philippines III (Exorcisms)

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During a time where mysterious specimens are washing up on the coast of the Philippines and exorcisms are given out on the regular, we are diving into the realm of demon infiltration.

The Office of Exorcism in the Philippines needs YOUR HELP.  If you’re spiritual and willing to engage in your local exorcism team, you might be in luck.  An uprise of exorcisms has the Catholic establishment scrambling to find Priests to fight the growing epidemic.

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Father Jose Francisco Syquia heads up the Office and a team of four Priests who investigate and perform the exorcisms with the help of Lawyers, Doctors, and Clergy.  Fighting the Good vs. Evil scenario is not just a plot to be used in a movie, many religious figures and mainstream artists are drawn to the realm of the right or left handed path. 

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Hollywood has brought attention to the issue but has over exaggerated certain details.  Can a community with a significant spiritual balance of positive energy be overcome with negative forces?  Are we currently in the age where we will see an increase in exorcisms and religious awakenings?  We don’t see many cases within the United States… Does the Phantom Plan have a hand in the reason why?

With 86% of the Philippines is Catholic, a large amount of the younger generation are gearing towards other concepts, yet they adapt and pass on folklore and Catholic beliefs… this leads to a large spiritual sect. Here are a few things you can do to cleanse yourself and maintain a protective realm towards negative energy, provided by xorcismphilippines.org

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Attend Mass every day and receive communion.

Offer Holy Masses for the protection and deliverance of the whole family and/or residents of the affected property

“…in the Eucharist we experience the forgiveness of God and the call to forgive.  We celebrate the Eucharist not because we are worthy but because we recognize our need for God’s mercy,  incarnate in Jesus Christ.  In the Eucharist, we renew the gift of the Body and Blood of Christ for the remission of sins, and our hearts are enlarged to show and receive mercy.” -Pope Francis

Confession

A good confession is more powerful than exorcism.” -Fr. Gabriel Amorth,  Chief Exorcist of Rome

Proper Use of Sacramentals.

Use sacramentals liberally.  Some examples are; before going to bed make the sign of the cross on the forehead with holy water, placing exorcised salt around one’s room, wearing a St. Benedict’s medal and the scapular.

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Astral Philippines II (Kapre)

Creatures from the private dwellings of what we call mysticism can be linked to numerous allegorical tales & creations of modern-day entertainment.  The Kapre exhibits both of those qualities.  The origin of “Kapre” derives from the Arabic “Kafir,” which is a non-believer in Islam. The legend has roots that stem from Spanish settlers and folklore throughout Filipino communities about the “negative energy” surrounding escaped African slaves from South America.  These lies were spread to install a network of fear amongst locals.

The Kapre doesn’t maintain the same evil qualities that relate to the Aswang, in fact, they often befriend humans & form lifelong friendships. Time loss and forgetfulness are signs of a nearby Kapre; familiar realms can be altered by their pranks.  They have characteristics of darkened flesh and stand 7-feet tall; they enjoy cigars and the luxury of the treetops.

Philippines President Emilio Aguinaldo didn’t have the secret service, but no worries… he had a Kapre who oversaw his protection.  Mystic stories tell of a tree giant who lived under a bridge near the residence of Aguinaldo.  A white stone was given to the President by the cigar smoking giant thus granting him the power of immortality.  Below is a video that will give you more details on this legend.

Variations of the “Kapre” have entered mainstream entertainment in the form of tree giants.

Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

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The Wizard of Oz

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Astral Philippines I (Aswang)

 Philippines President Duterte has been in the news lately, making a splash with his documented style of support for his native people.  This article isn’t about him, though. Recently, I developed the Project Astral page to relay information of the obscure… subjects as such astral projection & sleep paralysis.

The major audience of the information I provide has been young Filipinos.  I’ve conversed with a few of them & found that not only the aspect of astral projection intrigues them… but the overall aspect of qualities that are far from our reach; no matter what country we are from.  These qualities provide us with astral travel and a sense of belonging to the past.

Filipino mysticism has roots within mythical creatures such as the Aswang, a shapeshifter who first appeared in the 16th century (similar to familiar spirits & witchcraft.) They are known to frequent the daylight & prey on corpses.  They do not harm their neighbors & demonstrate characteristics of an average human.  Although human characteristics hide their true nature, they are vulnerable to holy water, crucifixes, salt… etc.  They’re different portrayals of Aswangs such as a Tik-Tik (an Aswang that attacks pregnant women).

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Here’s an article from a blog regarding a story with one.

The one question I’ve received from most Filipinos is this:

Can creatures of folklore enter our astral realm?

Yes.  The lower realm populates itself with these spirits. They exist to drain your energy thus detouring you from astral travel.  They can manifest as Aswangs, Ghosts, Evil spirits & much more… your greatest fears will be found if you show them your true colors. They’re attracted to negative distributions of emotions, depression & traumatic experiences that dwell in the lower realm.

If your encounters are frequent, you must meditate and raise your vibrations to a higher realm.  Attempting to astral project without proper research & energy is the equivalent of trying to ride a bike without prior experience; you’ll keep falling… instead, frustration overtakes.

While astral projecting, you should have a safety-net.  This includes these THREE STEPS.

Alarm

Set your alarm to envision the amount of time you wish to travel.  Time within the astral realm seems longer than it’s actual presence.

Object/Light

Envision an object in the room you’re projecting from.  This can be anything from a chair, a piece of jewelry, or a light source you envision to protect yourself. Surround yourself with a light force, projecting an aura.

The third step is to click here.

EDITORS NOTE

I want to personally thank all supporters of PROJECT ASTRAL.  The intrigue from the U.S. and beyond has been an amazing experience.  I hope to meet you on my travels in the near future.

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