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This may sound ridiculous to some readers, but let us try to understand it better. The word 'astral' comes from the Latin word 'astrum'. Literally, it means star. In ancient times, the stars were believed to be gods, or divine beings residing in different stars. Some people, when they are under an influence of drugs, Alcohol or Cannabis or other types of drugs, the different links between reality and astral dimension become even more familiar. This is because of the different effects drugs have on the brain. The consequences of the drugs are more vivid. Other people, when they are under the influence of the emotions, have a greater feeling of the emotional and sometimes physical connections between the inner world and the outer world. In some cases, the emotions are more intense. The inner world becomes more vibrant. It is like an emotional connection.
In the Vedic tradition of India, the inner world contains the abode of the soul. According to the Hindu tradition, the Universe is a divine creation created by God; and every soul is an aspect of God, and every individual soul can live in his or her own abode, or 'astral abode'.
The concept of an inner Earth is also found in some ancient cultures, such as the Aztec culture of Mexico. For example, the Aztecs believed that when they died, their soul traveled down a pathway through the Earth to the underworld. In the myth of the Toltec, a goddess rises to the surface in a subterranean lake called Lake Xolotl, from which she must travel to the temple, where she lives.
The Roman underworld was known as the afterlife, as described in the Book of Cicero and in the Book of Cicero. The Book of Cicero mentions three different worlds. The first world is the physical world, the second is the divine world and the third is the world of the dead and of the spirits. The underworld in the Celtic mythology is the underworld or the Otherworld, which is the realm of the dead. The Irish believe that the souls of the dead dwell in the Otherworld. According to the Irish legends, the souls of the dead are either placed in the Otherworld or returned to their bodies in the Otherworld. The Otherworld is believed to be located at the center of Ireland, called the Island of the Dead or the Isle of Manannan. According to Irish mythology, there are two entrances to the Otherworld: the Pass of Dun dóchae and the Pass of Da Derga's. The Underworld is also mentioned in the Irish legends. 827ec27edc