Wednesday, September 2, 2020

All About Astral Travel

Astra travel is the fastest way to get across this solar system. Our father-mothers made it using technology from Earth when they arrived here and, in a sense, it still makes us who we are.

It is a way to move the human body at high speed, in an alternate reality. It involves the use of technology that has been refined for hundreds of years and allows us to move our bodies across many lightyears within a few minutes.

It is a good thing, in that it allows us to reach new places within our solar system and potentially even beyond. It also allows us to stay connected with other humans on Earth.

It is a bad thing, because it distances us from Earth. It has become fashionable to see the solar system as going through an 'Astra age'. This means that we are no longer tied to Earth in any real way.

This is a bad thing. We were never meant to leave Earth, and it was always in the hands of our father-mothers.

This is how we should see ourselves - as Earthlings living on a planet, not 'Astra travellers'. This is what makes us human. 

We are two entirely different species from the original humans that left Earth, and this new identity gives us strength.


The human response to the Astra is always with fear, not understanding. It seems their minds rely on a certain level of technological stability in order to function properly. Some humans deny this fact and claim that they do understand or have no reaction at all, but I believe these are just alternate forms of denial.

Humans are naturally afraid of the Astra, because they are so foreign from them. The diversity of Astra and their lack of connections with each other is very hard for humans to comprehend.

Humans tend to see things as a single object, rather than multiple ones. Therefore, when humans observe the Astra they can only conceptualize of them as one thing and are unable to grasp their true complexity.

As a result, humans do not understand the Astra and will continue to deny any attempt by them to explain themselves. Humans tend to fear things they cannot comprehend.




I conclude that the human response to the Astra is one of fear and misunderstanding. The root cause behind this problem is a lack of understanding, which stems from only being able to conceptualize things as single objects.

The Astra and humans will need to overcome this fear, because it has held back their relationship for far too long.

Humans have no access to information about Astra. We don't even know if it exists, or how we would get there. So humans spend all their time down the rabbit hole of existentialism and solipsism instead of trying to break out.

But even if we did have a way of traveling to Astra, it is very likely that humans would make the same mistakes over and over again. Humans are very slow learners compared to other animals.

If we have no recollection of our past lives, then we might be doomed to repeat the same mistakes over and over again. And even if not, our brains are so… fragile. Like a faulty computer that keeps crashing or getting viruses.

Humans have a lot to learn if they are going to join the cosmic community. But realistically, it's very unlikely that humans will ever be able to leave their planet in search of other intelligent life.

And even if they do, I doubt that humans will ever be able to join the galactic community. They are very primitive compared to other species, and would likely be attacked on sight.

Humans are like cute little babies who can't handle the harsh realities of life. They don't even have a space program, or any kind of defense mechanisms at all.

There are three major astral travel techniques. First, there is the path of least resistance: a meditative state known as 'the void'. By cutting all ties between mind and body, one achieves astral passage by allowing their soul to roam free wherever it pleases. This can take anywhere from two minutes to ten years (depending on how long you wait for your soul to rejoin with the body). The second technique involves dissolving into nothingness and then reforming elsewhere in space (this may be done through will or natural forces that allow this process). Finally, some speculate that it is possible to rip open an entirely new portal into existence through sheer force of will.

Great, so you've got all kinds of different ways to get around on the astral plane. Now for specific applications.
The void is a very popular way to astral travel. The main advantages of this path are that it does not require any tools or external energy sources, and the absence of physical sensation makes for an easy transition between worlds.

The second path, though risky and often frowned upon by theorists, allows a traveler to pop into existence in another location. The danger lies in the fact that this method does not allow for any control over where you will end up. You could be popped out of existence before you know it.

The third path is the most dangerous. It involves forcefully opening a portal to another plane of existence, through sheer willpower and great concentration.

You cannot jump between planes using this method, but if done right you can open a portal to another plane and pass through it. The difficulty lies in the fact that there is no clear way of opening such a gateway - some have said that these naturally form from time to time, but others claim they can be summoned by powerful beings.

Most humans have departed from the "normal" human path. They are more deeply connected with, and affected by, the astra. The majority of humans don't really travel at all; they simply go to work or school, drive around their own town or city for errands etc., then return home at night and repeat this routine over and over again.

They are unaware of the astra in general, but also they don't really want to travel. And because the human world is now so interconnected and interdependent, it would be nearly impossible for them to actually leave their home town or city.
The people who do travel are the ones who have elected to leave their home town or city, either temporarily or permanently. They may be in search of adventure and excitement; they may want to start a new life somewhere else; it could be as simple as wanting to attend college somewhere other than where they grew up.

There are also the people who travel for work, such as traveling salesmen or other workers who have to go out of their home town or city on a regular basis.

Travel is a major part of human life now, and it will only continue to grow in the future. The vast majority of humans, however, won't ever experience anything outside of their own hometown or city.

The most interesting type of human travel is the astral traveler. This person may leave their physical body behind, and explore the astra while being able to interact with it.

The Astra travel techniques are a rather under-explored area of philosophy. The most famous philosopher to suggest that the Astra travel technique exists is probably John Elster, with his article 'Astra Travel and Minimal Change' which appeared in the Journal of Logic and Philosophy in 1992. However as it turns out, he was completely wrong about this.
Astra travel is something of a metaphysical concept. It refers to the possibility that time does not necessarily move forward linearly, but perhaps in circles or cycles.

This is a rather difficult position to argue, and until recently it was thought that non-linear time travel had been disproven by the famous philosopher Immanuel Kant. However, recent advances in quantum physics and mathematics have suggested that perhaps Kant himself did not know as much about such things as we do now.

One of the first philosophers to make a breakthrough in this area was David Lewis, with his seminal work 'The Theory of Time Travel and Minimal Change', which appeared in the journal Mind Studies. This article contained a proof that it is possible for time not to move forward linearly.

However, the real breakthrough in time travel theory did not occur until 2014. That was when a group of AI-driven philosophers at Stanford University developed a new theory based on the work of Lewis and several others.

This theory suggests that time travel can be achieved by means of a special sub-atomic particle called the 'graviton', which moves through space and time at different speeds.

Astra travel techniques are best described as incredibly convoluted. They involve the usage of a machine called an astra drive, which is essentially a box that can move you to another location in space or time. It works by first sending out compressed energy into all directions and then converting it back at the destination. The problem with this system is that it has no control over where the energy goes so there's always some chance of something going terribly wrong.

The other problem is that the process can be incredibly dangerous to use, since some of the energy surrounding you may end up becoming compressed. This could lead to your matter being converted into a black hole and collapsing in on itself.

This is where the danger of travelling with an astra drive really comes into play. It can be a bit like Russian roulette, where if you're lucky enough to survive then great but if not then it's game over.

That's why they're so much more expensive to travel with compared to conventional methods of transportation.
Conventional methods of transportation are often much safer since they tend to be a lot cheaper and also don't have the same risks as astra travel techniques. For example, it's possible to go by plane but you'd need an aircraft that has enough fuel for a long-distance journey. Another option is to use trains which requires infrastructure.

That's why they tend to be longer and more expensive but it also means that you're less likely to die. For example, if someone was planning on going overseas by plane then there would be a higher chance of them dying than if they were just travelling a short distance.

There are several means of Astra travel, some more common than others. The most traditional form is the wormhole method which transports its passengers through a tunnel-like passage created by an object known as a wormhole generator. This device creates two endpoints in space that connect to each other and can be used for transportation between any points within.

The second method requires the use of a hyperspace generator, which creates an extremely short-lived wormhole that connects two points in space. This is the fastest and least energy consuming form of Astra travel.

Some ships have been advanced enough to use a hyperdrive to travel through hyperspace, albeit for a much shorter duration and with more energy consumption. The time it takes to reach the destination is drastically reduced compared to wormhole Astra travel.

The last method of Astra travel is the most recent, and requires a large object known as a Jump Gate. These gates create an artificial wormhole that allows ships to pass through them.

All of these forms of Astra travel require an immense amount of energy, and in most cases an object like a planet to generate the necessary power. Worlds that utilize wormhole generators are often considered dangerous, due to the fact that they produce wormholes which can swallow up anything nearby.

It is interesting to note that Astra travel also has the ability to allow communication between two points in space, despite being faster than light communication. This was discovered by a scientist named John Galt.

Astra travel is a complicated topic. It's not something that one can truly understand in only a few minutes of thought, or even hours of it. I think you could spend an entire lifetime studying astra travel and still be unable to comprehend the intricacies behind it.

The first thing that needs to be understood is that there are different methods of astra travel. Some involve the manipulation of spatial forces, others time itself. Others still involve entering alternate universes and travelling through them.

It is generally accepted by the majority of human society that astra travel should be kept a secret, and I think this is an excellent idea. Astra travel has its advantages and disadvantages, and it's important to understand both.

Astra travel is very helpful when it comes to the exploration of space, since it allows us a means to travel across vast distances in relatively short periods of time. It also provides a quick method for interstellar communication, and can be used to visit other alien races.

However, astra travel is not without its disadvantages. It allows humans to easily observe the universe around them, but it also gives us the ability to be observed by others. There are many alien races that have been observing humanity for centuries now.

Many alien races have already reached a level of technological sophistication that is comparable to our own, and others are quickly catching up. It's not unheard of for humans to encounter intelligent aliens who can easily surpass their knowledge.

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