I shall not concern the reader with further examples. Each one can ascertain independently from his own life what segments of his being have been created by his own thought and what segment by somebody else's. To answer this question once and for all, let's start by stating the obvious: tbougbt is the precursor to everytbing.
As I have already indicated, to anyone who succeeds - in not only becoming aware of this but in feeling it as well - many secrets of the Universe will be revealed. First and foremost, a distinct picture of creation will appear. God created the world in which we live through the help of a dream, the energy of His thought. He created Man, giving him complete freedom of action and endowing him with powerful energy capable of creating similar worlds, or possibly worlds even more perfected than the Earth.
In order to create new worlds or to perfect the world already created, it is vital that the speed of Man's thinking match that of the Divine. However, one glance at the world created by human society shows clearly that it is not only imperfect, but poses an ever-increasing danger to existence. Consequently, a degradation of consciousness is clearly taking place or, more precisely; Man's speed of thinking is diminishing.
The very first people possessed a speed of thinking equal to the Divine. It could not have been otherwise, since, like any parent-creator, God could not even think of creating His child, less perfect than Himself. What powers could have proved capable of influencing human consciousness and aiming it down the path of degradation?
If anyone had the power to do so, that means he would be able to surpass the energy of thought of both God and Man. But there is no such being, either on the Earth or anywhere else. The proof of this statement is simplicity itself. If there existed an entity possessing a greater speed of thinking than Man, it would long ago have created its own world and we would be able to see it.
To either redirect or subjugate the energy of human thought is something only human thought itself can do. In other words, one Man possessing a greater speed of thought than the rest and wanting to subjugate others could, under certain circumstances, do so. In today's situation, human society has been subjugated to the descendants of the Egyptian priests who preserved the knowledge of the science of imagery and who maintained, with the help of special exercises, the capability of thinking at a much greater speed than the vast majority of people living on the Earth (I) And there are circumstances which confirm this to be the status quo.
There is one Man who has proved capable of standing up to the priests one-on-one. I am talking, of course, about the Siberian recluse, Anastasia. And note that she achieves palpable results without the help of any kind of army or technical superstructures, but simply by virtue of the power of her thought.
That mankind is beginning, at the dawn of a new millennium, to enter into a Divine world of splendour is to me, personally, an indisputable fact. I should like to share some joyful news with my readers. I have it on reliable authority that several individual groups of scholars have been working, independently of each other, on a programme of national development according to an image created by Anastasia. Not just people with academic degrees, but students, too, have been involved in these projects.
To develop a progratnme like this in detail requires approximately two to three years of persistent work on the part of a whole
army of specialists. But the first glimpses of it you can already catch even now. For example, the Internet site www.Anastasia.ru has published a paper by a fourth-year Ukrainian university student outlining a programme of development for Ukraine, based on Anastasia's idea of family domains. People all over Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States (2) have been sending in draft constitutions for future communities.
It is not for me to judge the merits of this young woman's paper, but it is already significant simply by virtue of its being the first one published. It is also important to note that these scholars became involved, not by dint of sonlebody's commission, but by the dictates of their own hearts. It won't be long before you get a chance to become acquainted with and discuss their highly important works. I think these projects will be set forth for public discussion under the umbrella name of the national idea (3).
I could have included these passages in my previous book, following the account of my conversation with Anastasia's grandfather. I didn't. I thought it would be premature. As it is, many people dismiss Anastasia's powers as bordering on fantasy or fairy tales. My conversation with her grandfather, however, revealed to me even more extraordinary phenomena than any Anastasia had shown me earlier, and helped me see Anastasia herself in a new light. Now that current events in human society have begun to confirm what I heard back in the Siberian taiga, I shall cite part of my conversation with her grandfather.
Chapter 7: A conversation with Anastasia's grandfather
This took place on the day following her great-grandfather's passing (4). Usually, when loved ones pass from our lives, relatives of grandfather never left his father's side. Now that he's all alone, I decided to seek him out and talk with him, to take his mind off his sorrow, as is customary. I knew pretty much where I could find him, and so headed over to the neighbouring glade. Anastasia's grandfather was standing motionless at the edge of the glade, watching and listening to the nutcracker birds (5) twitter on the branches. He was wearing a long shirt (6) made out of nettle fibres and some kind of rope-belt. He was barefoot.
I knew that residents of the taiga took care not to interrupt each other's train of thought. And I began to realise on just how high a level this culture of communication actually was. It spoke (7) of the great respect they have for each other's thinking. After some time, Anastasia's grandfather turned and headed over in my direction. As he approached, I could detect no trace of sorrow on his face, which manifested its customary kind-heartedness.
"Good day to you," (8) he said, offering me his hand as we exchanged
greetings. In our conversation he always structured his sentences in terms of modern, often quite mundane usage,
sometimes making a joke or teasing me - though never insultingly. On the contrary; he had a way of making you feel
at home, as though you were chatting with a member of your falnily. And he was somebody you could talk with very easily on any subject - even on topics men bring up when there are
no women around.
Undoubtedly, many of Anastasia's abilities were inherited
from her parents and ancestors, as well, of course, as from her grandfather, who had, after all, played a hands-on role in her upbringing.
What knowledge of life, what abilities lay hidden in this grey-headed elder who a hundred years on had lost none of his keenness of mind and youthful agility? With me he spoke in very simple terms, although one time I overheard him talking with his father. Well over half the words he used were ones I had never heard before. It means that in talking with others, out of respect to them he makes use of their lexicon and manner of speaking.
"Well, now, how are things going? In your civilised society? Any people starting to wake up?" asked Grandfather with a hint of jocularity."Things are going along okay;" I responded. "There are some scholars who have taken an interest in Anastasia's ideas. Various groups are working on national development programmes based on her proposals. This is happening not only in Russia but in other countries as well. But it's not clear just yet when all the marvellous things, as she put it, will actually come to pass either in our country or abroad."
"It's all happened already, Vladimir. The main thing has been done."
"What do you mean by 'the main thing'?"
':Anastasia has created a thought, an image of a future state, and she has done this with her usual meticulous approach, right down to the last detail and how thoughts will be materialised in a future reality.
"Now you and a lot of people will be able to see this splendid future materialised. The energy of her thought is extraordinarily strong, and her strength has no equal anywhere in space. It is perfect and quite specific, but the main thing is that she keeps on gaining strength, thanks to the help of other perople's thinking. She is no longer alone.
"So you tell me that groups of scholars in various countries are working on national development programmes, and entrepreneurs are starting to build the domains she thought up, and her thought has been perceived by many people young and old. Once these people have had contact with her thought, they are creating thoughts of their own.
"The thoughts of all these people Inerging together are filling space with an energy of unprecedented strength, and this energy is materialising a splendid future. Already one can see partial manifestations of this materialisation."
"But what if someone deliberately started to obstruct this materialisation of the future?" I asked. "The priests, for example, who now rule the world, let's say the high priest himself began obstructing it?"
"He will not obstruct it. He will help it along."
"How can you be so sure?"
"I have heard his conversation and seen his thought."
"What conversation? How did you see it?"
"Vladimir, you've probably already guessed that my father was one of those six priests."
I had no idea."
"Well, you might have guessed. Although outward simplicity and the ability to conceal one's abilities and possibilities is one of the important components of their power. There's no way they're going to brag about the weapons in their arsenal the way the leaders of the world's great powers do. The priests are capable of aiming these weapons wherever they like by directing the leaders' thoughts, by bringing about corresponding situations. And they never had any thought of bragging about themselves in public. Their major, secret goal over the millennia has been to achieve a dialogue with God. No matter how they've acted, they have never feared Divine revenge, knowing the God has given full freedom to each Man, and He will not break His promise.
"They have been controlling mankind, torturing it even, thereby showing God that they are more capable than anyone else, that the fate of the Earth's civilisation depends on them. This kind of situation, they figured, ought to compel God to enter into a dialogue with them... Only there hasn't been any dialogue. And now it's become clear why it has been totally out of the question for the priests to have a dialogue with God.
"When little Anastasia was born, and after this tiny infant who had not yet learnt to walk was left all alone without any parents, the fiery sphere began to put in an occasional appearance
beside her (1). My father, along with the other priests, knew about a great many natural phenomena that your scientists today consider mysterious and unexplainable. Yet he could still not account for the power of this fiery sphere. Its unfathomable energy could momentarily dissipate in space in the form of tiny sparks, or just as quickly gather itself together into a single whole. A delicate tongue of fiery light bursting from the sphere could instantaneously pulverise a huge stone or rock. The same tongue of light was also capable of tenderly touching an insect's leg as it crawled along the petal of a flower, without causing any harm. But the main, the most inexplicable part of the mystery was how this cluster of tremendous energy reacted to the feelings and desires of little Anastasia. That meant it had feelings, and tbougbt besides.
"Thought, in the complete sense of the word, is native only to Man. But the fiery sphere was not Man. Then who was This? How could It possess feelings which belong only to Man? Where did It acquire such tremendous power and might?
"I told you, and you described this in your book,2 how it changed the Earth's gravitational field in a single spot, when Anastasia was learning to walk. Thousands of little tongues of
light emanated from it, combing the little girl's golden hair. Father had an idea about what kind of forces could have
produced this fiery, mighty and thinking sphere, but he never spoke of it aloud. Supposition requires proof. When Anastasia was a little older, we once overheard her
talking with the sphere. Or rather, she was the one who did all the talking. The sphere never uttered words, it only reacted
to the child's words through its actions. When father asked Anastasia about the sphere, she gave
only a very brief answer:
'I would call it Good.' Her answer was insufficient for my father, but he didn't speak with her again about the sphere; not back then, nor over the years since. From that original answer it was clear that Anastasia had no desire to give a definition either to the fiery sphere itself or to its actions. Most probably she perceived it through her feelings. But my father, for some reason, was anxious to define the phenolnenon.
"From the time the sphere first appeared, Father stopped participating in the priests' affairs and concentrated his attention on solving the mystery.
priests know the mechanisms for confirming a hypothesis or overturning their own hypotheses. To this end it is necessary to publicise the phenomenon with a highly accurate report and await people's reaction and opinions. Mind you, these people should not be asked or instructed to express their opinions. Definitions must arise freely, on the level of feelings and not just intellect, in order to be as accurate as possible."
I. For further details, see Books 4 and 6, especially Book 6, Chapter 6: "Imagery and trial".
2. Commonwealth of Independent States - an organisation made up of most of the former Soviet republics, founded in December 1991 immediately following the dissolution of the USSR to facilitate trade ties as well as mutual co-operation in matters of foreign policy and defence. It does not
include Estonia, Latvia or Lithuania; moreover, Georgia and Turkmenistan have opted for less than full membership status
3. Indeed, in 2006 - four years after this book was originally published in Russian - the Russian government put forth four National Projects: strong agriculture, affordable housing, high-quality education and healthcare. A number of prominent politicians, including Vladimir Zhirinovsky - the
leader of Russia's Liberal Democratic Party and Deputy Head of the Russian Duma (Parliament) - have openly declared that the concept of kin's domains should become the basis for implementation of these 'National Projects'. More recently, in March 2007, Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's Deputy Prime
Minister in charge of the 'National Projects', publicly stated that the idea of kin's domains was fully aligned with the government's own priorities.
4. Great-grandfather's passing is described in Book 6, Chapter l ''An invitation
to the future".
5. Nutcracker birds (Latin: Nucifraga caryocatactes) - in Russian these are known
either as orekhovki (nut birds) or kedrovki (cedar birds).
6. Long shirt (Russian: rubakha) - in this case, a knee-length shirt common as everyday wear among Russian rural dwellers.
7. This and the following two chapters are narrated by Anastasia's grandfather
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