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10th Jan '17 7:16:19 AM ZimFan89
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* In ''FanFic/QueenOfShadows'', Jade eventually learns how to do this with tutelage from [[HighPriest Sanshobo]].
* In ''Fanfic/TheNewAdventuresOfInvaderZim'', this is how the DreamWalker spell works.
3rd Jan '17 2:23:37 AM iroanxi
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* ''Fanfic/WithThisRing'': A number of magic-users are capable of this, though OL notes that the Atlantians have it down to a science compared to surface occultists.
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30th Dec '16 10:05:17 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/TheMagicians2016'': Penny gets this ability as part of being a Traveler.
19th Nov '16 9:02:22 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheTraitorSonCycle'', skilled hermeticists can have their athereal selves leave their bodies and wander off to some distance, though they can't interact with anything material unless it has an athereal component as well.
8th Nov '16 11:42:23 AM Sark0TAG
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* ''VideoGame/AmberJourneysBeyond'': The titular AMBER device allows the wearer to do this, in this case to project one's mind into that of a ghost's. Prior to the events of the game, however, its inventor, Roxy, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero used a flawed prototype]], leaving her projections stuck among the ghosts. Your objective is to [[UnfinishedBusiness help the ghosts pass on]] so that her mind can be reintegrated using the various machines in her house.
27th Oct '16 9:07:38 PM zarpaulus
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* Once in ''Webcomic/PoppyOPossum'' a monk astrally projected and had to reassure some kids he wasn't a ghost. Then a dragon killed his body and he became a ghost.
25th Oct '16 3:21:31 PM Xtifr
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* The ghastly looking King of the {{Wild Hunt}} you [[OptionalBoss can fight]] in VideoGame/TheWitcher is actually just the astral projection of the real deal, whom you fight in VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt. Doubles with FightingAShadow.

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* The ghastly looking King of the {{Wild Hunt}} TheWildHunt you [[OptionalBoss can fight]] in VideoGame/TheWitcher is actually just the astral projection of the real deal, whom you fight in VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt. Doubles with FightingAShadow.
25th Oct '16 6:54:56 AM theholydarkness
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* Serious investigations have taken place into the OOB (the "out-of-body experience") reported by people on the point of death and resuscitated, or else by hospital patients during operations or people otherwise suffering severe trauma. While there is interesting anecdotal evidence, again nothing has been conclusively proven and it could be explained away by neurochemical brain changes during the dying process. Then again, these people DO spot things that are later verified by doctors, such as spotting who did what during the surgery, despite their senses being neurologically shut down. Hallucinations normally don't correlate with reality, so again, it's inconclusive due to the lack of tightly controlled evidence. Consciousness continues to be a hard problem, but quantum entanglement might have something to do with it.

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* Serious investigations have taken place into the OOB (the "out-of-body experience") reported by people on the point of death and resuscitated, or else by hospital patients during operations or people otherwise suffering severe trauma. While there is interesting anecdotal evidence, again nothing has been conclusively proven and it could be explained away by neurochemical brain changes during the dying process. Then again, these people DO spot things that are later verified by doctors, such as spotting who did what during the surgery, despite their senses being neurologically shut down. Hallucinations normally don't correlate with reality, so again, it's inconclusive due to the lack of tightly controlled evidence. Consciousness continues to be a hard problem, but some are beginning to think quantum entanglement might have something to do with it.
25th Oct '16 6:52:52 AM theholydarkness
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* Serious investigations have taken place into the OOB (the "out-of-body experience") reported by people on the point of death and rescuscitated, or else by hospital patients during operations or people otherwise suffering severe trauma. While there is interesting anecdotal evidence, again nothing has been conclusively proven and it could be explained away by neurochemical brain changes during the dying process.

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* Serious investigations have taken place into the OOB (the "out-of-body experience") reported by people on the point of death and rescuscitated, resuscitated, or else by hospital patients during operations or people otherwise suffering severe trauma. While there is interesting anecdotal evidence, again nothing has been conclusively proven and it could be explained away by neurochemical brain changes during the dying process. Then again, these people DO spot things that are later verified by doctors, such as spotting who did what during the surgery, despite their senses being neurologically shut down. Hallucinations normally don't correlate with reality, so again, it's inconclusive due to the lack of tightly controlled evidence. Consciousness continues to be a hard problem, but quantum entanglement might have something to do with it.
11th Oct '16 5:10:34 PM nombretomado
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* At the height of the ColdWar, it is thought that both the USA and the USSR extensively tested the veracity of this concept, partly because "remote viewing" offered an intriguing new take on espionage (imagine a spy eavesdropping on Kremlin meetings without once leaving Washington), and mainly out of a paranoid fear that if they didn't at least check out whether there was any truth in it, it might be gifting the other side an advantage. Results were inconclusive.

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* At the height of the ColdWar, UsefulNotes/ColdWar, it is thought that both the USA and the USSR extensively tested the veracity of this concept, partly because "remote viewing" offered an intriguing new take on espionage (imagine a spy eavesdropping on Kremlin meetings without once leaving Washington), and mainly out of a paranoid fear that if they didn't at least check out whether there was any truth in it, it might be gifting the other side an advantage. Results were inconclusive.
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