Jeremaih 29:8, 9: “This is what the God of armies . . . has said: ‘Let not your prophets who are in among you and your practicers of divination deceive you, and do not you listen to their dreams that they are dreaming. For “it is in falsehood that they are prophesying to you in my name. I have not sent them,” is the utterance of God.’”
Harper’s Bible Dictionary informs us: “Babylonians had such trust in dreams that on the eve of important decisions they slept in temples, hoping for counsel. Greeks desiring health instruction slept in shrines of Aesculapius [whose emblem was a serpent], and Romans in temples of Serapis [at times associated with a coiled serpent]. Egyptians prepared elaborate books for dream interpretation.”–(New York, 1961), Madeleine Miller and J. Lane Miller, p. 141.
1 Corinthians 13:8: “Whether there are gifts of prophesying [and at times God conveyed prophecies to his servants by means of dreams], they will be done away with.”
Congrats, baby! That’s the beginnings of Astral Projection.
Boy are you gonna have a lot of fun!!!
Any dream of flying, falling, or when it ends with you suddenly feeling like you missed the last step coming down a flight of stairs (called ‘jerking back’ into your physical body), is Astral Projection.