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The '''Astral Plane''' is a metaphysical plane of existence pertaining to the mind or spirit that is accessed by psychic mutants or other psionic means. Psychics can project their consciousness, sometimes even their physical bodies, into the realm, while truly powerful ones can actually manipulate the realm with their minds and perform feats such as turning their limbs into weapons, growing in height, or creating dream-like illusions. The astral plane is also sometimes called astral dimension, dream dimension, astral realm, or spirit world.
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The '''Astral Plane''' is a metaphysical plane of existence pertaining to the mind or spirit that is accessed by psychic mutants or other psionic means. Psychics can project their consciousness, sometimes even their physical bodies, into the realm, while truly powerful ones can actually manipulate the realm with their minds and perform feats such as turning their limbs into weapons, growing in height, or creating dream-like illusions. The astral plane is also sometimes called astral dimension, dream dimension, astral realm, or spirit world.
   
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== History ==
   
==History==
 
 
===''[[X-Men: Apocalypse]]''===
 
===''[[X-Men: Apocalypse]]''===
During the battle in [[Cairo]], Xavier fights [[Apocalypse]] telepathically in the astral plane.
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During the battle in [[Cairo]], Xavier fights [[Apocalypse]] telepathically in the astral plane. Apocalypse nearly defeats Charles until [[Jean Grey]] appears and uses her full power to kill Apocalypse.
 
=== [http://xmenmovies.wikia.com/wiki/Legion ''Legion''] ===
 
David Haller's father psychically fought and defeated Farouk, the [[Shadow King]], on the Astral Plane. [[Oliver Bird]], the co-founder of [[Summerland]], regularly visited the Astral Plane until he was unable to return to the physical world. His body was cryogenically frozen to preserve him until he could return. Later, [[Legion|David Haller]] is transported to the Astral Plane after a big dose of sedative.
 
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* When in the Astral Plane, [[Apocalypse]] grows in height and size this is a reference to the comics as this was one of his many abilities.
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*When in the Astral Plane, [[Apocalypse]] grows in height and size this is a reference to the comics as this was one of his many abilities.
 
== Gallery ==
 
<gallery position="center">
 
AstralPlane104.png|David and Oliver in Astral Plane
 
</gallery>
 
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*{{Marvel}}
 
*{{Marvel}}

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The Astral Plane is a metaphysical plane of existence pertaining to the mind or spirit that is accessed by psychic mutants or other psionic means. Psychics can project their consciousness, sometimes even their physical bodies, into the realm, while truly powerful ones can actually manipulate the realm with their minds and perform feats such as turning their limbs into weapons, growing in height, or creating dream-like illusions. The astral plane is also sometimes called astral dimension, dream dimension, astral realm, or spirit world.

History Edit

X-Men: ApocalypseEdit

During the battle in Cairo, Xavier fights Apocalypse telepathically in the astral plane. Apocalypse nearly defeats Charles until Jean Grey appears and uses her full power to kill Apocalypse.

TriviaEdit

  • When in the Astral Plane, Apocalypse grows in height and size this is a reference to the comics as this was one of his many abilities.

External LinksEdit

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