"pertaining to the stars," c. 1600, from Late Latin astralis, from Latin astrum "star," from Greek astron (see astro-). Meaning "pertaining to supersensible substances" is from 1690s, popularized late 19c. in Theosophy.
1. This latter geometry he called astral geometry.
2. She was amazed at the number of astral bodies the new telescope revealed.
3. Astral Projection. Projects you and friends into Astral Plane.
4. He covers everything under the sun from personal development to astral projection.
5. Astral Sub - Planes: Internal levels and parts contained within a single astral plane.