Astralguard Astral projection

Out of body experiences can be stressful events for many astral travellers. Some people find the separation of their psychic and physical bodies both distressing and unnerving, and so it's perfectly normal for unseasoned travellers to be anxious about their journey.

That's where we can help

Astralguard offers complete peace of mind for the astral traveller. Our basic plan includes:

  • Insurance against missed brain connections
  • Ethereal leakage cover
  • Access to a 24-hour emergency animus pump
  • Compensation for loss of baggage, both real and emotional

And for extra security why not try opt for our Five Star Policy, which includes temporary relocation of your mind to another body, should your own prove to be busy on your return.

Astralguard

You'd be out of your mind to choose anyone else

 


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