Each mental or emotional state has its own astral hue, tint,shade or color. The Primary Colors, Red, Blue and Yellow. TheSecondary Colors, Green, Orange and Purple. The combinations of Olive, Russet and Citrine. Black and White, and how formed. Keyto the Astral Colors. Red the Physical Color; Blue, theSpiritual; Yellow, the Mental. White and Black the two poles of Spirituality. Rainbow astral colors. Whirlpools of flame. Flashesof astral light. A wonderful phenomena. Practice will enablealmost everyone to perceive plainly the outlines of the PranaAura.
Chapter IV. The Astral Colors (Continued) page 24
Interpretations of the Astral Color Group. The Red Group. Thevarying reds of vitality and health; the shades of love; high andlow; the crimson of sensuality; the scarlet plane of anger andpassion. The Yellow Group of Orange, and the Pride of Intellect.The Golden Yellow of Intellectual Attainment. The haloes of thegreat teachers. The lemon hue of inferior intellect. The GreenGroup. The high and low greens. The green of love of nature. Thegreen of Altruism. The green of sympathy. The dull green of insincerity and deceit. The ruddy green of Jealousy and malice.The Blue Group. The great souls of the spiritual and religiousemotions. The Brown Group. The Gray Group. Black Group. WhiteGroup. The Great White light.
Chapter V. The Aura Kaleidoscope page 30
What the astral body is composed of. Also the etheric double. The