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The Astral Senses

The Occult Teachings inform us that in addition to the Five Physical
Senses possessed by man, viz: Seeing; Feeling; Hearing; Tasting; and
Smelling; each of which has its appropriate sense organ, every
individual is also possessed of Five Astral Senses, which form a part
of what is known to Occultists as the Astral Body. These Astral Senses,
which are the astral counterparts of the five physical senses, operate
upon what Occultists call the Astral Plane, which is next above the
Physical Plane, in the Sevenfold Scale of Planes. Just as do the
Physical Senses operate upon the Physical Plane, so do the Astral
Senses operate upon the Astral Plane.

By means of these Astral Senses, one may sense outside objects without
the use of the physical senses usually employed. And it is through this
sensing by these Astral Senses, that the phenomena of Psychomancy
becomes possible.

By the employment of the Astral Sense of Seeing, the Psychomancer is
able to perceive occurrences, scenes, etc., at a distance sometimes
almost incredibly far; to see through solid objects; to see records of
past occurrences in the Astral Ether; and to see Future Scenes thrown
ahead in Time, like the shadows cast by material objects--"coming
events cast their shadows before," you have heard. By the use of the
Astral Sense of Hearing, he is able to sense sounds over immense
distances and often after the passage of great periods of time, for the
Astral vibrations continue for many years.

The Astral senses of Taste and Smell are seldom used, although there
are abundant proofs of their existence. The Astral Sense of Feeling
enables the Psychomancer to become aware of certain occurrences on the
Astral Plane, and to perceive impressions, mental and otherwise, that
are being manifested at a distance. The Astral Sense of Feeling may be
explained as being rather a sense of "Awareness," than a mere
"Feeling," inasmuch as the Psychomancer, through its channel, becomes
"aware" of certain occurrences, other than by Astral Sight or Hearing,
and yet which is not "Feeling" as the word is used on the Physical
Plane. It may be well called "Sensing" for want of a better name, and
manifests in a vague consciousness or "awareness." But still we must
not overlook the fact that there are many instances of true "feeling"
on the Astral Plane, for instances, cases where the Psychomancer
actually "feels" the pain of another, which phenomena is commonly known
as "sympathetic pains," "taking on the condition," etc., etc., and
which are well known to all investigators as belonging to the phenomena
of the Astral Senses.

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