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Dr Robert Crookall - More Astral projections – Miss Nancy Mary Everett



Type of Spiritual Experience


A description of the experience

Dr Robert Crookall - More Astral projections

Case No. 180-Miss Nancy Mary Everett sent the following (in litt., Oct. 9, 1961):

My mother, who had been ill for years, 'passed on', Xmas Day, 1930. I was greatly distressed and anxious to know and understand into what sort of dimensions she had gone.

Never having read any books on the subject until yours, with no one who understood who could discuss the position with me, I failed to get any comfort until the following occurrences several years later, which has contented me ever since.

I had been space-travelling and arrived suddenly to an open space, in brilliant sunshine with- no glare, Before a long, low, white cottage stood my mother, looking much younger and so happy, shielding her eyes with her hand, and looking very expectantly up into the distance. Behind the cottage and sunshine and green grass appeared to be many trees. ... I called 'Mother, oh Mother I've found you at last!' Such was my relief. She only replied, 'yes-but you cannot stay here, you must go back !' She did not seem to want me. I awoke weeping in bed.

I do not recollect whether, on this occasion, I experienced that hard click at the top of my head-frequently I do. Sometimes I awake in bed before my inner-self has completed properly the entrance-and it always hurts and I feel as if I am partly outside myself. The latter is an expression I have used for years without understanding.

"Although I know so little, beyond my own discoveries, of these journeys.  Nothing or nobody will ever convince me that I did not find my mother- and death will be my last adventure from here."

The source of the experience

Ordinary person

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Science Items

Activities and commonsteps



Dreaming and lucid dreaming