Christians Say the Darnedest Things: Astral Travel for Christians

beth eckert

Astral travel or astral projection is when a part of your soul leaves the body to travel through the astral plane. The astral plane is compromised of a series of electromagnetic ley lines that interconnect throughout the universe to create a magnetic field of travel. Because our bodies use electricity to run the body, it is easy for our souls to use these electromagnetic ley lines to travel on.

Electromagnetic fields are everywhere, including cell phones, microwave ovens, computers, power lines, and electrical wiring, making the places a person can astral travel almost limitless. This means a person can astral travel through cell phone text messages or internet usage or even phone calls. Human spirits can use any device that runs on electricity to travel into any type of building or vehicle, etc.

While God created the ability for a human soul to leave the body as a form of protection, Satan has twisted it in order to use it to further his Antichrist agenda. He starts at a young age using trauma to teach people how to leave the body to avoid harm, and then while they are out of the body, he funnels in other human spirits, demonic spirits, and other high ranking entities from the Kingdom of Darkness.

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I knew very little about astral travel until I became a Christian, even though I had been astral traveling all of my life.  I was taught from a very young age to leave my body as a defense mechanism to protect myself, but I had no idea what I was doing. It is very possible to astral project out of your body and not even know you are doing it, but because it is not openly talked about it, Satan continues to use astral travel to his advantage.

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It has taken me a while to be able to write this post because I wanted to get to a place where I felt that I was in a place where I was not constantly astral traveling. I feel that now I can say that astral travel is not my go-to solution anymore when problems arise. I am quite certain I do still have alters that choose to leave the body or possible live outside of the body, but I am also certain that astral travel happens less and less now.

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Once my alters realize that they can choose to be free from the occult and not be hurt for anymore then they almost always say ‘yes’ to Jesus. Finding out I was astral traveling could have made me believe I was a terrible human being, not saved by the grace of God, but destined to hell. Instead, I allowed Jesus to use it to shape me into a place of submission and humility. I could never be where I am without an extra helping of humility.

There is no shame in finding out you are astral traveling, or doing Satanic rituals, or doing witchcraft because the bottom line is: it’s not your fault. There is no condemnation in Christ Jesus. He came to save you from sin and hell, not condemn you to it. Satan is the one who wants you to keep these acts in the dark so you cannot be free from them. If you refuse to acknowledge you could be dissociative or participating in these secret works of darkness, then he can keep using you.

— Beth Eckert, The Other Side of Darkness, How I Learned To Astral Travel, September 9, 2019

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11 Comments

  1. fivehundredpoundpeep

    This is kind of weird because I was taught that astral travel was demonic. Is she some kind of hybrid religion mixing Christianity and the New Age or other alternative spirituality? Alters were supposed to be “demons” too.

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  2. Zoe

    I was surprised she finally used the term “dissociative” at the end of this writing. It’s not “astral travel” at all. It’s dissociation and yes at the root of it most likely is trauma &/or layers of trauma. To call it astral and demonic is such a disservice and I hope her readers don’t pay any attention to her. Get help, but not from this woman or anyone else who prattles on about astral travel, demons or being used by satan. Believing this stuff in and of itself is its own trauma. 🙁

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  3. Bob Felton

    I guess ol’ Shakespeare had it right: “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
    Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”

    Doesn’t seem fair to me, though, that it’s the loonies who get to find out all about it.

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    1. Infidel753

      Actually, since none of the stuff she’s talking about actually exists, it’s more correct to say that there are too many things dreamt of in her “philosophy” that aren’t in Heaven or Earth.

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      1. Bob Felton

        Hmmmph … I’ll bet you don’t believe in that misadventure Jack had with the beanstalk, either …

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  4. Brunetto Latini

    I think she needs a psychiatrist.

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  5. ObstacleChick

    When Harry Potter books just aren’t exciting enough for you anymore…….

    I hope this person starts receiving treatment from a psychiatrist.

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  6. Brunetto Latini

    “While God created the ability for a human soul to leave the body as a form of protection …”

    That’s from one of those apocryphal books that isn’t in my Bible:
    Book of Shadows 3:16

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    1. Infidel753

      It’s the Gospel of St. Shirley MacLaine.

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  7. Infidel753

    Astral travel or astral projection is when a part of your soul leaves the body to travel through the astral plane. The astral plane is compromised of a series of electromagnetic ley lines that interconnect throughout the universe to create a magnetic field of travel.

    Well, there’s no such thing as astral travel or astral projection, there’s no such thing as a soul, there’s no such thing as the astral plane, there’s no such thing as ley lines, and there’s no such thing as a “magnetic field of travel” in anything remotely like the sense she’s blithering about. So the above may be one of the most vacuous statements ever written.

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  8. Brunetto Latini

    I heard Hal Lindsey’s sister-in-law on the radio a long time ago. This reminds me of the ridiculous tales of demons she was telling.

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