Volume III – «Worlds»

 

“The World is fair. The supreme values such as health, love, happiness, kindness and wisdom cannot be bought, but everyone can develop every of them. The kingdom of heaven is yours and spiritual world of the Universe. Only you can deprive yourself of it.”

Yuriy Larichev
 “The Slavic Veda. Hermetic Philosophy in a Comprehensible Description. The Gospel to Myself.” 
1999

“Of course, there are material substance, time and space somewhere. They are infinite, ongoing and eternal. Life is everywhere! Life is also eternal, ongoing and pervasive…”

Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
“Unknown Reasoning Forces”
1902-1903

“All Universe has one beginning that is a material substance, which is the basis for …” “This beginning consists of unknown similar atoms that are moving and interrelated. According to volume, they are points, which cannot overlap.  They are permanent and eternal. The phenomena of the Universe – … – represent their combination”.

Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
“Synopsis of the Cosmic Philosophy”
1935

 

 CONTENT

1. The word-concept WORLD 5

1.1. The interpretation of early Slaves 5

2. The formation of POINT OF VIEW 13
3. WORLDS 14

3.1. “The IMMATERIAL” World 15
3.2. “The MATERIAL” World 16
3.3. “The MATERIAL” World is the content of the UNIVERSE 17
3.4. A SPIRITUAL World and SPIRITUAL Growth 18
3.5. The UNIVERSE or the World of human beings 20
3.6. VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE Worlds 23
3.7. PARALLEL Worlds 24
3.8. THE WORLD OF LANGUAGE IMAGES (the World of thoughts) 29
3.9. A VISUALIZED (IMAGINARY) World 30
3.10. A VIRTUAL WORLD 31
3.11. The World for living 37
3.12. THE WORLD (in the broadest sense of this word) 38
3.13. The Worlds and their inhabitants 38

4. The boundaries between Worlds 40

4.1. The boundary between “material” and “immaterial” Worlds 40
4.2. The boundary between “material” and SPIRITUAL Worlds 42
4.3. The subjectivity of the boundaries between Worlds 42

5. THE REALITY 44

5.1. THE SUBJECTIVE REALITY 44
5.2. A TRUE REALITY 46
5.3. THE WORLDVIEW 48
5.4. The different forms and types of a MATERIAL SUBSTANCE – different BODIES of objects – different BEINGS – different WORLDS 50

6. A MONISM 54

6.1. The UNITY of the World (in the broadest sense of this word) 54
6.2. The UNITY of the laws of World (in the broadest sense of this word) 56

7. The cognition of the World (in the broadest sense of this word) 58

7.1. The methods for an individual to move the objects from “an immaterial” World into “a material” one 58
7.2. The interconnection between capacities of the humankind and capacities of a particular individual 59

8. The models of the Universe 60

8.1. The subjectivity of models of the Universe 60
8.2. A holarchic structure of the Universe 61
8.3. The plurality of the Universe models 62
8.4. The example of a hierarchic model of the Universe 63

9. The set theory for interpreting a connection between Worlds of the Universe 65
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