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THE ASTRAL TUBE.

Astral Projection
Clairaudience
Crystal Gazing
Development Methods
Dream Psychomancy
Future Time Psychomancy
How To Develop Yourself
Past Time Psychomancy
Polarization
Psychometry
Simple Psychomancy
Space Psychomancy
The Akashic Records
The Astral Body
The Astral Senses
The Astral Tube
The Aura
The Five Methods
The Nature Of Psychomancy
The Three Classes



Psychometry








The phenomena commonly known as "Psychometry," is but one phase of
Psychomancy--or it even may be said to be but a ~method employed~
to bring into action the Astral Senses. The Psychometrist merely
~gets into rapport~ with the distant scene; or period of time; or
person; or object; by using some bit of physical material associated
with that scene; time; person; objects; etc., in order to "open up
communications" along the usual lines of Psychomancy. This has been
compared to the use of objects associated with a thing in the case of
memory. We all know how the sight of some object will recall at once
memories of things long since forgotten to all appearances, but which
memories have been merely stored away in the great storehouse of the
mind, to be recalled readily when the "association" is furnished. What
"association" is in the case of Memory, so is the material object
presented as the "associated object" in Psychometry.

The Occult Teachings inform us that ~there is a psychic connection
ever existing between things once associated~, and that when we
throw ourselves into the psychic current surrounding an object we may
readily follow the current back until we reach the associated object
for which we are seeking on the Astral Plane. In the Akashic Records
(See Lesson IX) all memories are registered and recorded, and if we
have a good starting point we may travel back until we find that which
we desire. In the same way the "associated object" furnishes us with a
ready means of starting our Astral Tube into being and use. This is the
secret of the use of the lock of hair; the bit of clothing; the piece
of metal or mineral, etc., used by Psychometrists.

A well known authority on the subject has said concerning Psychometry:
"It may be asked how it is possible, amid the bewildering confusion of
these records of the past, to find any particular picture when it is
wanted. As a matter of fact, the untrained psychic usually cannot do so
without some special link to put him in rapport with the subject
required. Psychometry is an instance in point, and it is quite probable
that our ordinary memory is really only another presentment of the same
idea. It seems as though there were a sort of magnetic attachment or
affinity between any particle of matter and the record which contains
its history--and affinity which enables it to act as a kind of
conductor between that record and the faculties of anyone who can read
it. For instance, I once brought from Stonehenge a tiny fragment of
stone, not larger than a pin's head, and on putting this into an
envelope and handing it to a psychometrist who had no idea what it was,
she at once began to describe the wonderful ruin from which it came,
and the desolate country surrounding it, and then went on to picture
vividly what were evidently scenes from its early history, showing that
the infinitesimal fragment had been sufficient to put her into
communication with the records connected with the spot from which it
came. The scenes through which we pass in the course of our life seem
to act in the same manner upon the cells of our brain as did the
history of Stonehenge upon that particle of stone; they establish a
connection with those cells by means of which our mind is put in
rapport with that particular portion of the records, and so we
'remember' what we have seen."





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