• Glossary
The concept of liberation as the removal of restrictions or negative factors of influence can be applied to different levels of human existence: his material resources, body, feelings, voice or mind. Most often, we apply this word in relation to the Soul. The Earth, where a person currently lives, represents a limiting influence for the Soul. In our understanding, this is not a desire for suicide or a foolish, contrived desire to free oneself from earthly existence. We put into this concept the liberation of the Soul from the cycles of rebirth on Earth, which do not occur at the Soul’s will, but in accordance with the karmic debts to this world, accumulated by the Soul over numerous incarnations due to its actions. Translated from Sanskrit, karma means “action”. The Soul can repay debts either by actions that neutralize the negative karma of the past (receiving forgiveness from this world), or through intensive ascetic practices that strengthen the fiery-light component of the Soul so that its karmic traces (in Sanskrit — sanskar) can be burned, and the Soul is released into a higher world, closer to its Source.
Light (Russian “svet”) is a radiant type of energy, perceived by the eye and making the world visible. Sanskrit “shweta” means “white, fair, radiant”. In Old Slavic, this concept is used in the sense of “the world” — Russian “belyy svet”, literally translated as “while light”, and Ukrainian “svit”, meaning “the world”, even though “svit” is more similar to moonlight, which is reflected and which tends to manifest life rather than the light power. Therefore, light is a force emanating from the higher entity — the Sun — and, at the same time, it is reflected light, the lit-up world. The difference between “svet” and “svit” is in the respective roots “vet” and “vit”, where “vet” means “to branch” and “vit” means “to spin” or “to ramble” (of a plant). A ray of light, when passed through a transparent environment, is refracted at its boundaries and branches into seven rays of different colours. At the same time, in different environments, light is spread at a different speed, which shows the movement of a light entity in a spinning, manifesting environment. The lit-up vortex of the environment carries a particle of light in the form of an atom nucleus (“atma” means “soul” in Sanskrit), and the vortex itself is an electron cloud around it, torus-shaped. Thus, all matter is a multitude of atoms, particles of light, enclosed in a nucleus by the electron cloud — rotating holes, funnels, vortices of emptiness. Like an atom, surrounded by eight electron shells, the Sun is a large entity, carried by a cloud made up of eight planets — worlds, vortices, absorbing its light and rotating around it, under its influence. All the worlds are fractal and built according to the same scenario of the interaction of light and darkness, essence and form, where essence is homogenous and form has multiple layers.
Logic is consistent reasoning that follow from axioms, or tested statements, which are combined into a clear single concept — a vision that explains certain life phenomena. People often use logic without placing emphasis upon whether the phenomena used in the explanation really exist. For example, there is no point in trying to understand why aliens do not come to Earth unless we know they exist. Thus, logic is “lags” or bridges laid between phenomena that are not only existent but whose existence people are certain about.