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4th Aug '16 11:45:29 AM Owlivia
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* In ''Literature/TheWhiteRabbitChronicles'', slayers can force their souls out of their bodies when they exhibit faith. This allows them to kill the zombies in the [[SpiritWorld spirit realm]].
31st Jul '16 4:38:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* Is a central theme in JamesHerbert's ''Nobody True.''

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* Is a central theme in JamesHerbert's Creator/JamesHerbert's ''Nobody True.''
2nd Jul '16 12:57:30 PM nombretomado
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* The [[MaskOfPower Mask of Spirit]] allows the wearer this power in ''{{Franchise/BIONICLE}}''.

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* The [[MaskOfPower Mask of Spirit]] allows the wearer this power in ''{{Franchise/BIONICLE}}''.''{{Toys/BIONICLE}}''.
13th Jun '16 12:06:26 AM jormis29
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* In the video game ''VideoGame/{{Prey}}'', Tommy's spirit can be projected from his body. Players can use the ability to pass through forcefields, dangerous obstacles, and attack enemies.

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* In the video game ''VideoGame/{{Prey}}'', ''VideoGame/Prey2006'', Tommy's spirit can be projected from his body. Players can use the ability to pass through forcefields, dangerous obstacles, and attack enemies.
4th Jun '16 5:10:44 PM LadyNorbert
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* In ''The Other Side'' by Creator/JacquelineWilson, twelve-year-old Alison's mother is taken into hospital after a psychiatric breakdown, so Alison has to live with her father and his new family. She is incredibly miserable at having to live with the stepfamily, and discovers that she is able to astrally project during times of stress. [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] in that it's called into question whether she really has such powers, or is imagining them, or they're hallucinations caused by mental illness (although the truth is ultimately left open to the reader to decide.)

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* In ''The Other Side'' by Creator/JacquelineWilson, twelve-year-old Alison's mother is taken into hospital hospitalized after a psychiatric breakdown, so Alison has to live with her father and his new family. She is incredibly miserable at having to live with the stepfamily, and discovers that she is able to astrally project during times of stress. [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] in that it's called into question whether she really has such powers, or is imagining them, or they're hallucinations caused by mental illness (although the truth is ultimately left open to the reader to decide.)



* In ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'', this is one of [[HotGypsyWoman Rose's]] many PsychicPowers. [[spoiler: She uses it in T. Hawk's ending, to tell him that his girlfriend Julia is still alive but has become and EmptyShell.]]

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* In ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'', this is one of [[HotGypsyWoman Rose's]] many PsychicPowers. [[spoiler: She uses it in T. Hawk's ending, to tell him that his girlfriend Julia is still alive but has become and an EmptyShell.]]
15th May '16 9:28:59 AM nombretomado
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** Despite not having any PsychicPowers of his own, Xavier's [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor sometimes-ally, sometimes-enemy]] {{Magneto}} can do this as well.

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** Despite not having any PsychicPowers of his own, Xavier's [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor sometimes-ally, sometimes-enemy]] {{Magneto}} ComicBook/{{Magneto}} can do this as well.
14th May '16 1:52:40 AM Doug86
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* Being the world's most powerful telepath, [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Charles Xavier]] does this frequently.

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* Being the world's most powerful telepath, [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} [[Comicbook/XMen Charles Xavier]] does this frequently.



** Xavier's ArchEnemy the Shadow King also specializes in astral projection. It was eventually retconned that he's a purely astral being who possesses human hosts (specifically, other mutants with telepathic powers that can amplify his own). When Xavier and the Shadow King (at the time using the body of an Egyptian named Amahl Farouk) first met, to any outside observers they seemed to be just sitting motionless at their tables in a tavern. In reality, the astral forms had left their bodies to duel. Once his astral form was defeated, his body slumped over, seemingly braindead. This encounter was what led Xavier to conclude he needed to create [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} a team of mutant superheroes]] in order to deal with mutant supervillains like Farouk.

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** Xavier's ArchEnemy the Shadow King also specializes in astral projection. It was eventually retconned that he's a purely astral being who possesses human hosts (specifically, other mutants with telepathic powers that can amplify his own). When Xavier and the Shadow King (at the time using the body of an Egyptian named Amahl Farouk) first met, to any outside observers they seemed to be just sitting motionless at their tables in a tavern. In reality, the astral forms had left their bodies to duel. Once his astral form was defeated, his body slumped over, seemingly braindead. This encounter was what led Xavier to conclude he needed to create [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} [[Comicbook/XMen a team of mutant superheroes]] in order to deal with mutant supervillains like Farouk.
11th May '16 2:32:19 AM Doug86
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* Used as a means of space travel by Michael Ramer in Creator/JRRTolkien's unfinished story ''[[Literature/TheHistoryOfMiddleEarth The Notion Club Papers]]''. The story is partly written as a commentary on and criticism of Tolkien's friend CSLewis' ''Literature/TheSpaceTrilogy'' novels, and Tolkien - who disliked the idea of spaceships - was using this to suggest an alternative for how such an adventure could take place.

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* Used as a means of space travel by Michael Ramer in Creator/JRRTolkien's unfinished story ''[[Literature/TheHistoryOfMiddleEarth The Notion Club Papers]]''. The story is partly written as a commentary on and criticism of Tolkien's friend CSLewis' Creator/CSLewis' ''Literature/TheSpaceTrilogy'' novels, and Tolkien - who disliked the idea of spaceships - was using this to suggest an alternative for how such an adventure could take place.
26th Apr '16 2:52:50 PM CassandraLeo
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* This is one of the main themes of the ''Mastodon'' concept album Crack the Skye.

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* This is one of the main themes of the ''Mastodon'' Music/{{Mastodon}} concept album Crack ''Crack the Skye.Skye''.
8th Apr '16 1:59:16 PM Tallens
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* ''Webcomic/ChildrenOfEldair'': How Koe manifests while observing the past. He can walk to different places and watch, but can't interact or communicate with anyone.
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