M. J. Johnson - Travelled in a pea-soupy fog, in which many shadowy forms sailed past
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Exracted from Muldoon and Carrington - The Phenomena of ,Astral Projection, Rider & Co. Ltd., 1951.
Mr Johnson at the time had absolutely no knowledge of this subject, but pain caused him to leave his body on two occasions. He
"travelled in a pea-soupy fog, in which many shadowy forms sailed past. A long way off was a spot of light which grew and resolved itself into a vision of my wife (deceased). My joy was great. At the moment of contact everything went void and I was returning to my body. ... There seemed to be difficulty in entering it ... Then all seemed to merge.
As a result of this experience, Mr Johnson felt,
My wife is waiting for me and eventually we shall be together again.
The source of the experienceOrdinary person
Concepts, symbols and science items
ConceptsOut of body - willing a location
Out of body manoevering
Out of body separation methods