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Bilocation Shift (Bi) - occurs when a Therianthrope appears in two locations simultaneously, with the double appearing in the form of the therioside. Unlike an astral shift this occurs in the physical plane. [1] [2] The double can appear to be solid and physical or ghostly. Different accounts say that the double can or can not interact with people and objects.[3] This could depend on the individual's amount of practice or power.

This shift was first being discussed on AHWW around 1999. [4] Bilocation is a rare shift that is not experienced or discussed very often within the community.

Bilocation is an ancient phenomenon which is considered to be a psychic ability. There is no scientific evidence that bilocation is real. Cases are usually anecdotal reports that can not be verified.

See also: Shift (Therianthropic)

It is important to note that there is no proof of auras, astral travel, or out of body experiences. We do need to be aware that there are alternative explanations to astral, aura, spiritual, and bilocation shifting. They may not necessarily be spiritual in nature, but could be explained by ordinary events. Astral shifts could be the result of our brains trying to process the surroundings and the effects of sensory fatigue, a well documented effect which is at work in those able to perceive common optical illusions. Seeing auras or outlines around people and objects can simply be due to eye fatigue and other perceptual processes. [5] [6]

References

  1. Shifters.org, "Bilocation shift", May 17, 2006 (archived page accessed May 27, 2018),  http://web.archive.org/web/20060517083207/http://www.therianthropy.org:80/SO/shifting-b.htm
  2. Were.net "Shifting and Awareness Terms", January 18, 2001 (archived page accessed May 27, 2018) https://web.archive.org/web/20010118174900/http://www.were.net:80/~pinky/wereterms.html
  3. Bilocation - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilocation
  4. Jakkal, "Shifters: The Update Continues", August 10, 1999, https://groups.google.com/d/msg/alt.horror.werewolves/SkxlWGXutsE/HMIojdZqaB8J
  5. Benjamin Radford, "Astral Projection: Just a Mind Trip" March 18, 2013 http://www.livescience.com/27978-astral-projection.html
  6. The Skeptics Dictionary - http://skepdic.com/auras.html