Volume II – Hidden Knowledge

 

“The Universe consists of a single matter which I call a substance. This is the unity, or monism.”

Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
My philosophy”, 1932.

 

“… Under no circumstances I take our perceptions for precise reflections of the reality. Firstly, we perceive not much of anything existing, secondly, different animals or human beings have their own unique World of perception, which depends on the mechanism and level of their feelings and brains` sophistication (while space is one and the same) and thirdly, this reflection isn`t only incomplete, but also very distorted one. Although, it has little in common with the Universe, but gives some idea about it. The mirrors of different forms reflect ONE and the same OBJECT in different ways. So, the same is with the World that represents different ideas about itself, when reflecting in different brains. But it doesn`t prevent the World from being permenant.”

Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
Ethics or the natural basis of morality”, 1902-1903.

 

 

CONTENT

1. CONCEPT and CONCEPTUAL thinking of the human beings 7
2. The subjectivity of cognitions 10

2.1. THE POINT OF VIEW 10
2.2. Maps of the Earth from “different points of view” 18
2.3. Objects, processes and phenomena from different “points of view” 24

3. MANIFESTATION (PERCEPTION) as the main method of people cognition 26
4. The basic words-concepts of this research 35

4.1. INDIVIDUAL 35
4.2. SUBSTANCE 37

4.2.1. MATERIAL (has “clear” physical nature) 39
4.2.2. FIELD (has “not very clear” physical nature) 41
4.2.3. DARK (has “unclear” physical nature) 43

4.3. NOTHING is unknown part of the World (in the broadest sense of this word) 44
4.4. SOMETHING is a part of NOTHING, one`s cognitive activity is directed to 45
4.5. “One”, “object”, “process” or “phenomenon” can manifest SOMETHING 46
4.6. The BRAIN 53
4.7. PHENOMENA 54

4.7.1. NORMAL 54
4.7.2. INEXPLICABLE 55
4.7.3. PARANORMAL 56

5. INFORMATION and its types 57

5.1. The main methods of information gaining 59
5.2. PUBLIC information 59
5.3. NON-PUBLIC information 60
5.4. SECRET information 62

5.4.1. SECRET information of a bodily level 63
5.4.2. SECRET information of out-of-body level 64
5.5. CONFIDENTIAL information 66

6. COGNITION 69

6.1. The types of cognition 69

6.1.1. The study is cognition of NON-PUBLIC information 69
6.1.2. MANIFESTATION (PERCEPTION) is cognition of SECRET information 70

6.2. The terminology of early Slavs 75

6.2.1. ВЕДЕНИЕ (Eng.: KNOWLEDGE) (ПО-ЗНАНИЕ – Eng.: KNOW-ING) and ВЕДАНИЕ (Eng.: WITTING) (ЗНАНИЕ – Eng.: KNOWLEDGE) 78
6.2.2. СВЕДЕНИЯ – Eng.: WITTING (WIT-TING) 79
6.2.3. ВЕДОМОСТЬ – Eng.: STATEMENT (CONFIRMATION) 80
6.2.4. СВЕДУЩИЕ – Eng.: WELL-INFORMED (ЗНАЮЩИЕ – Eng.: KNOWING) and НЕСВЕДУЩИЕ – Eng.: UNINFORMED (НЕЗНАЮЩИЕ – Eng.: UNKNOWING) 80
6.2.5. EXPLICIT information (REALITY, IN REALITY) 81
6.2.6. IMPLICIT information (UNREALITY, IRREALITY) 81

7. The “GAPS” of knowledge 83

7.1. The “gaps” of knowledge, through which HUMAN beings cognize the World 83

7.1.1. The optical “GAP” 84
7.1.2. The auditory “CHANNEL” 88
7.1.3. The taste “PORE” 89
7.1.4. The tactile “GAP” 91

7.2. The “gaps” through which NON-HUMAN beings cognize the WORLD 92

8. RECEPTORS and SENSATIONS 96

8.1. SENSATIONS 99

9. The channels of information entry and processing 101

10. The community of KNOWLEDGE 104

10.1. The community of scientific knowledge 104

10.1.1. The ancient scholars 104
10.1.2. LEARNed vs unLEARNed 106
10.1.3. SCIENtific employees` vs paraSCIENtific specialists 107

10.2. The community of paraSCIENtific knowledge 109

10.2.1. PSYCHIC 109
10.2.2. INITIATED 111
10.2.3. PROPHET 113
10.2.4. MAG vs magician 115
10.2.5. ENCHANTER and ENCHANTRESS 119
10.2.6. SHAMAN 120
10.2.7. SORCERER (WIZARD, WITCHER) and SORCERESS (WITCH) 122
10.2.8. WIZARD 123
10.2.9. WISEMAN and WISEWOMAN 123
10.2.10. FORTUNE-TELLER (WICCAN 125
10.2.11. QUACK (WHISPERER) and HEALER 127
10.2.12. SORCERER and SORCERESS 128
10.2.13. PRIEST and PRIESTESS 130

11. PERSONS OF FAITH 132
12. FAITH vs KNOWLEDGE. Does any KNOWLEDGE exist? 134
13. The main methods for access to SECRET knowledge 143

13.1. The ways to “broaden” one`s consciousness 143
13.2. “Common language” is the basis for information exchange 144

13.2.1. “Common language” for the exchange of PUBLIC and CONFIDENTIAL information 144
13.2.2. “Common language” for the exchange of SECRET information 145

13.3. The methods for the manifestation of secret information 145

13.3.1. Accidental “posttraumatic syndrome” 146
13.3.2. Specially created “posttraumatic syndrome” 147
13.3.3. “Spiritual” practice 148
13.3.4. The use of special technical facilities 150
13.3.5. The use of “additional illumination” and “lighting” 152
13.3.6. The comparison of the methods for manifestation 157
13.3.7. The example of expansion the channel for information receiving and processing 159

14. The serious technologies resemble to Magic 163
15. Why do psychics mistake? 164

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