Clark, Fay Marvin – Into the Light - Meeting a young lad who goes out of body looking for game
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Into the Light – Fay Marvin Clark
In the spring of 1966, my wife and I spent nearly a month in the central and northern part of Australia. Most of this time we were in and around Alice Springs, a beautiful new city of about seven thousand.
Our purpose for being in that area was to learn all that we could from the aborigine people. We wished to observe and learn everything possible about their E.S.P. ability, as well as to investigate their beliefs about creation and the origin and destiny of man.
While staying in Alice Springs we made the acquaintance of a business woman, Mrs. Wolf, who was the owner of two retail stores. Her husband was a teacher in the local school system, and she was a former teacher. We were invited to their home and spent several evenings discussing the aborigines and their beliefs.
We found the Wolfs to be quite interested in the same subjects as we were, and Mrs. Wolf told us of one young man who was reputed to be able to use his E.S.P. with a more constant degree of accuracy than anyone else in the area. This young man had attended school as one of her pupils, graduated from eighth grade, married and then returned to the "outback" or outlying area. Mrs. Wolf said he came to the local shopping center every few days and that she would leave word with a few clerks to call her when he came in.
[They meet and Clark asks him about the experiences he has had] He went on to explain:
"Yes, I come out of my humpy (shelter) in the morning, knowing my family needs food. I stand silently with my arms at my sides with my eyes closed and slowly turn clockwise three turns. This releases the real me from the physical body, and I move upward into the 'No Time.'
I see where the wallaby or the kangaroo is, and I also observe where it will be when I take my physical body there. I return to my body and go where the game will be, and of course it is there.
I ask its forgiveness, and then I kill it and we have food.”