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In the Astral Realm, is it possible to communicate with someone that isn't real? Just wondering.
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Define real. Are you talking about meeting spirits or other creatures or something that isn’t physical?
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I have the same question with Phoinex but even if you want to create somebody to communicatw with them then yes it's Deffinetely, deffinetely possible.
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^^^
I agree completely I used to make illusions to talk to of my fav people before I learned to hop dimensions.
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I wonder, how do you know if they are real or not? I guess if you made them up, you can poof them out of existence, but I don't know.
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Therein lies some of the arguments regarding thoughtforms.

The truth is that some people may experience aspects of their subconscious filtered through their own notions of a fictional character. There are many who believe that the Goetia are not actual spirits, but that a person merely puts themselves in a state of mind to contact an aspect of their own mind.

It all comes down to belief, and not fact.

At what point does a fictional character become a shared thoughtform, basically a mental construct shared my more than one person -- an egregore? A very easy example could be made of so many insanely popular cartoon characters. There is a consistent lore from whichever show, a known appearance and personality, sound of voice, a set of morals, and more. The characters can be incredibly complex, with at least most of the aspects which people will give their own servitors (or I guess at that point, tulpa in the sense of having its own sort of autonomy).
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