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The Accidental Prepper

EST. Saturday, April 18, 2020

AIRSHIPS

Astral projection (or astral travel) is a term used in esotericism to describe an intentional out-of-body experience (OBE) that assumes the existence of a soul or consciousness called an "astral body" that is separate from the physical body and capable of travelling outside it throughout the universe.

    I was bodiless, only my consciousness was floating high in the atmosphere of another world. Taking in my surroundings, I drifted above a white semi-rigid airship. This airship was a series of airships all fastened together end for end until they encircled the planet. Although I had nothing to compare it to, the airships seemed to be several hundred feet in diameter. 

    My consciousness drifted quickly along the length of the structure. Every dozen or more sections held large sails on their sides. These sails caught the winds, pushing the structure endlessly circling the planet; when not in use, they folded back like the wings of birds. 

    Along the tops and edges, bright blue solar panels provide energy. The top of each section was nearly flat and held three appendages. At some of these appendages hung large bright yellow gliders. I could see these gliders were passenger carriers due to dozens of windows down each side. 

    I continued moving around the airship, gliding down to the bottom. The lower part of each airship held a wide gondola that ran almost the length of each section. Thick black-coated cables hung down from the sides of each section fastened to a continuing rigid tubular cage, the metal of which glistened like chrome. Inside the tubular structure was a light-rail system that levitated magnetically in the tubular cage. The surface of the trains had a metallic blue tint. 

    As I drifted along there were other light-rail trains, each apparently separated by  thousands of miles. They all stopped and started at the same times and distance apart so as not to affect the rotation of the structure. 

    I had drifted near the windows to get a glimpse of the airship’s occupants but never able to see the inside due to the dark tint. During exploration of the structure I looked down at the surface. The only things I  saw were white clouds and the occasional passenger glider coming through or going into the clouds.