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“The Ronin’s Joy” by Denis Saklakov

Synopsis of Chapter 1

“The Ronin’s Joy” by Denis Saklakov

Synopsis of Chapter 1

Fundamentals and trends of the New Being


The Age of Pisces and the Age of Aquarius

The Age of Pisces and the Age of Aquarius are not about astrology, magical signs, sacred stones, star caps, prayers [1], or similar practices. While some believe in their efficacy, I am firmly convinced that they are merely placebos, lacking serious influence beyond the individuals who engage in such practices. It is important to clarify that there may be a certain effect, but it is more related to self-hypnosis.

The constellations under which we were born have not remained the same over the billions of years since their light reached us. These photons, which traveled at the speed of 300,000 km/s from the depths of space, created electrical signals in our optic nerves and were processed by our brains through intricate networks of axons and dendrites[2]. However, it is crucial to acknowledge that the constellations no longer appear as they did when their light was emitted.

There exist other objective factors that exert a more significant influence on our lives, as well as the state of our planet. These factors go beyond personal astrological beliefs and are rooted in observable phenomena.



It is about gravity. Gravity plays a significant role in shaping the unique conditions we experience at the moment of our birth, and our newborn brains perceive these conditions as the fundamental aspects of our environment. Over time, people have observed long-standing behavioral patterns among those born during specific times of the year, leading to the development of general formulas that apply to a majority of individuals.

The Chinese practice of Feng Shui[3], which involves organizing physical spaces, operates on a similar principle. During my time in Hong Kong, I had the opportunity to learn from the son of an experienced Feng Shui master. He shared an example that vividly illustrates the efficacy of this practice and its relevance to our next steps. In Feng Shui, there is a rule that advises against placing the entrance of a house on the north side, as a violation of this rule is believed to bring about failures in family life. This principle holds true in China due to a specific set of circumstances: during winter, a strong gusty wind blows from the Gobi Desert for two months, and when the front door is opened, the wind rushes into the house, instantly cooling it. As children in China often spend time on the floor, they are susceptible to catching a cold. The wife, burdened with caring for sick children, lacks sleep and becomes irritable. The husband seeks solace outside the family, leading to the destruction of the household. This example demonstrates a statistical study based on thousands of years of observation, revealing the probability distribution of standard deviation within a Gaussian curve[4].

My journey into understanding these concepts began during my time at the German business school in Vallendar, near Koblenz, where I studied mathematical statistics without fully comprehending its purpose. However, the pieces of the puzzle eventually fell into place. I first encountered the connection between these ideas in a speech by Rebbe Mendel Schneerson[5], who highlighted the symbiosis between the Eastern European soul and the practicality of American culture as a key factor in the connection between the two[6].

In a broader sense, the essence lies in the divine union of underlying causes—the desires of the heart—and the American culture of courageous optimism, self-belief, and ceaseless action, often taking precedence over introspective contemplation. This book will delve into the themes of courage and optimism, emphasizing their highest form: valor, which often remains concealed from others due to circumstances, serving as essential components of the path of the ronin.

However, let's return to gravity. Imagine a world where everything is intersected by glowing dotted lines, emitting a faint greenish light. These lines form a three-dimensional mesh, enveloping physical objects and creating elongated shapes where they stretch. In a state of deep meditation and fasting, try holding your hand in front of you. You'll observe how the movement of your hand stretches the space woven by these cells. If you reach a certain level, you'll perceive the changes in time caused by gravity. In my case, a recent cut on my arm mysteriously vanished. Whether it truly disappeared or simply appeared to under the influence of my meditation and fasting is irrelevant. What matters is that this vision aligns with the scientific knowledge of our most advanced researchers, which I'll delve into later in this book.

This phenomenon is known as time expansion. To simplify, imagine a clock placed in a region with a stronger gravitational field. It would tick slower due to the minimal effect of gravity on light, which takes less time to reach a reflective surface, thus slowing down the clock. While this explanation may seem absurd, it aligns with the prevailing physics of our time. It may sound outlandish, but it works.

My hero and unwavering wanderer of all eras (the concept of a wanderer will be discussed in this book), Stephen Hawking[7], was one of the first contemporary thinkers to explore the connection between gravity and time within the context of a singularity, a topic I'll cover later. I've selected a concise and popular excerpt from Sean Carroll's work, "The Scientific Legacy of Stephen Hawking":

During his time at Cambridge in the 1960s, Hawking embarked on his doctoral research, driven by an intense curiosity about the universe's origin and ultimate destiny. General Relativity, Einstein's theory encompassing space, time, and gravity, provided the ideal framework for exploring this puzzle. According to general relativity, gravity emerges from the curvature of space-time. By understanding how matter and energy create this curvature, we can predict the universe's evolution. This period can be referred to as Hawking's "classical" phase, distinguishing it from his subsequent investigations in quantum field theory and quantum gravity.

Around the same period, Roger Penrose from Oxford presented compelling evidence: according to general relativity, under a wide range of conditions, space and time would collapse inward, forming a singularity. If gravity represents the curvature of space-time, a singularity denotes a moment when this curvature becomes infinitely immense. Penrose's theorem demonstrated that singularities were not mere curiosities; they played a crucial role in general relativity.

Penrose's insight also extended to black holes, regions in space-time where gravity is so powerful that not even light can escape. Deep within a black hole lies a singularity in its future. Hawking took Penrose's idea and reversed it, applying it to the past of the universe. He showed that, under the same general conditions, space would have emerged from a singularity: the Big Bang.

Present-day cosmologists discuss both the Big Bang model, a highly successful theory describing the universe's expansion over billions of years, and the Big Bang singularity[8], which remains an enigmatic concept awaiting further understanding.

Hawking then focused his attention on black holes. Penrose's calculations revealed another intriguing outcome: energy could be extracted from a black hole by depleting its rotation until it ceased. Hawking demonstrated that, although energy extraction was plausible, the area of the event horizon surrounding the black hole would always increase in any physical process.

This "area theorem" held significance not only within its own realm but also in relation to an entirely different branch of physics: thermodynamics, the study of heat transfer. Thermodynamics adheres to a set of well-known principles. For instance, the first law states that energy is conserved, while the second law declares that entropy, a measure of the universe's disorder, never decreases in a closed system. Collaborating with James Bardeen and Brandon Carter, Hawking proposed a set of "black hole mechanics" laws akin to thermodynamics. Similar to thermodynamics, the first law of black hole mechanics ensures energy conservation, while the second law, known as the Hawking Area Theorem, asserts that the event horizon's area never diminishes. In essence, the area of a black hole's event horizon behaves much like the entropy of a thermodynamic system—it increases over time.

There are compelling studies on black holes where this principle manifests, impacting matters of life and death. Arguing against this would prove futile.

With this digression, I aimed to emphasize the essential notion that gravity not only interacts with but directly shapes space and time.


Precession of[9] the Earth

Precession of the Earth, also known as axial precession or simply precession, refers to the slow and continuous change in the orientation of the Earth's axis of rotation over a period of time. It is caused by various factors, including the gravitational forces exerted by the Sun, the Moon, and other celestial bodies.

The Earth's rotation is not perfectly aligned with its axis of angular momentum. The axis of rotation is tilted at an angle of approximately 23.5 degrees relative to the plane of its orbit around the Sun. This tilt is responsible for the changing seasons on Earth.

However, the gravitational forces exerted by the Sun and the Moon on the equatorial bulge of the Earth's shape cause a torque that influences the orientation of the Earth's axis. Over a period of about 26,000 years, this torque causes the Earth's axis to trace out a circular path on the celestial sphere. This phenomenon is known as precession.

The precession of the Earth has several effects. One of the most significant effects is the changing pole star. Currently, the North Star, or Polaris, is close to the North Celestial Pole, making it a useful reference point for navigation. However, due to precession, the North Celestial Pole slowly moves over time, and in about 13,000 years, Vega will become the North Star.

Precession also affects the timing of the seasons. The tilt of the Earth's axis relative to its orbit remains constant, but the orientation of the axis changes over time. As a result, the timing of the seasons slowly shifts over thousands of years.

It's important to note that precession is a slow and gradual process that occurs over long timescales. Its effects are not easily noticeable in day-to-day life or even within a single human lifetime. However, over centuries and millennia, precession has significant implications for celestial navigation, astronomy, and the long-term climate patterns on Earth.


The precession of the Earth refers to the gradual change in the orientation of the Earth's axis of rotation. This deviation occurs during the Earth's rotation and is caused by various factors, including the gravitational forces exerted by the Sun, the Moon, and other celestial bodies.

The axis of rotation of the Earth is not aligned with its axis of angular momentum. While the angular momentum tends to be conserved, the axis of rotation can change its direction over time. The Earth's axis of rotation is currently tilted at an angle of approximately 23.5 degrees relative to the plane of its orbit around the Sun. This tilt is responsible for the changing seasons on Earth.

The gravitational forces exerted by celestial bodies, particularly the Sun and the Moon, on the Earth's equatorial bulge create a torque that influences the orientation of the Earth's axis. As a result, over a period of about 26,000 years, the Earth's axis traces out a circular path on the celestial sphere. This phenomenon is known as precession.

The precession of the Earth has several effects. One notable effect is the change in the pole star. Currently, Polaris (the North Star) is close to the North Celestial Pole, which serves as a navigational reference point. However, due to precession, the North Celestial Pole slowly moves over time, and in approximately 13,000 years, Vega will become the North Star.

Precession also influences the timing of the seasons. Although the tilt of the Earth's axis remains constant, the orientation of the axis changes. Consequently, the timing of the seasons shifts gradually over thousands of years.

The entire cycle of the Earth's precession takes a little less than 26,000 years and is divided into approximately 12 equal time cycles, each spanning around 2,000 to 2,160 years. Based on the constellation that the Earth aligns with during the vernal equinox, different eras are designated, such as the Eras of Leo, Taurus, Aquarius, Pisces, etc. After the completion of one cycle of eras, the sequence begins again in the opposite direction.

While the analogy of a spinning top can help visualize the basic principles of precession, it is important to note that the dynamics of a spinning top do not fully capture the complexity of the Earth's precession. Additionally, the connection between precession and astrological eras is not scientifically supported and is based on esoteric beliefs rather than established scientific understanding.

Understanding the impact of gravity on Earth is of great interest because gravity is the dominant force that governs the behavior of all objects and inhabitants on our planet. Gravity plays a crucial role in shaping Earth's systems and processes. Here are a few reasons why the study of gravity's impact on Earth is significant:

1.  Tides[10]: Gravity, particularly the gravitational interaction between the Earth, the Moon, and the Sun, is responsible for the phenomenon of tides in the oceans. The gravitational forces exerted by these celestial bodies cause the water on Earth's surface to bulge, resulting in the rising and falling of sea levels. Tides have important implications for navigation, coastal ecosystems, and energy generation from tidal power.

2.  Orbital Dynamics: Gravity is vital for understanding the motion of objects in space, including artificial satellites and the Moon's orbit around the Earth. Precise knowledge of gravitational forces is essential for space exploration, satellite communications, and accurate celestial navigation.

3.  Planetary Motion: Gravity is central to our understanding of the Earth's orbit around the Sun and the motion of other planets in the solar system. The gravitational pull of the Sun keeps the Earth in its elliptical orbit, and the interactions between celestial bodies influence the stability and dynamics of the solar system.

4.  Geodesy and Earth's Shape: The study of gravity helps us determine the shape and size of the Earth. Variations in gravity across different regions provide insights into the distribution of mass within the planet. Measurements of gravity are used in geodesy to precisely define the Earth's geoid (a hypothetical surface that represents mean sea level) and to map the Earth's gravitational field.

5.  Earthquake and Volcano Monitoring: Gravity measurements can be used to monitor changes in the Earth's crust, such as subsidence or uplift, which may indicate geological processes like tectonic plate movements, volcanic activity, or underground water storage. This information is crucial for assessing seismic hazards, volcanic eruptions, and land subsidence.

The close relationship between the ocean and the atmosphere and the influence of gravity on climate are indeed important factors to consider. The ocean plays a significant role in shaping weather and climate patterns, and understanding its behavior is crucial for predicting and studying climate dynamics. Here are some key points to emphasize:

1.  Solar Energy Absorption: The ocean absorbs a substantial portion of the solar energy that reaches the Earth's surface. Due to the uneven distribution of solar radiation, with equatorial zones receiving more energy than circumpolar regions, the ocean acts as a reservoir that accumulates and transports heat energy across the planet[11].

2.  Ocean Currents: Horizontal and vertical ocean currents play a crucial role in distributing heat energy. Prominent currents like the Gulf Stream[12] transport heat over long distances, transferring it to the atmosphere. The ocean's slower warming and heat transfer compared to land result in more moderate weather conditions along coastal areas.

3.  Energy Distribution and Weather Systems: The redistribution of energy by ocean currents contributes to the formation of weather systems, including cyclones and storms. Changes in the angle of gravity's application on the Earth's surface can significantly affect climatic factors due to alterations in energy distribution.

4.  Ocean's Role in Climate Regulation: The distribution of land and water on Earth influences climate. The combined effects of oceanic and atmospheric circulation, driven in part by gravity, account for a significant portion (up to 70%) of the total influence on climatic factors.

5.  Ocean's Heat Storage: The ocean plays a crucial role in mitigating climate change by absorbing excess heat resulting from anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions. Approximately 90% of the accumulated excess heat is stored in the ocean, with only a small fraction (about 2.3%) warming the atmosphere. The rest contributes to ice melting and warms the land.

6.  Gravitational Influence: The state of the world's oceans and, consequently, the climate on Earth, is directly related to the gravitational forces exerted by the Sun and the Moon. The Moon's influence is approximately two-thirds, while the Sun's influence constitutes about one-third. This division is associated with the distance between these celestial bodies and the Earth.

Considering the complex interplay between the ocean, atmosphere, and gravity, scientists strive to study and model these interactions to enhance climate predictions and improve our understanding of the Earth's climate system.

The discovery of a book from 1969[13] revealed that precession was discussed as a main cause of social change in ancient history. The authors argue that precession held significant importance in ancient cultures, being encoded in their myths, symbols, and religious beliefs. They viewed precession as a sacred and mystical cycle that reflected the nature of time and the universe.

According to the authors, ancient myths and symbols, including constellations, were used to represent the precessional cycle. They specifically mention the myth of the constellation Orion, suggesting it could be a representation of the precession cycle, with the rising and setting of Orion marking the beginning and end of the cycle.

The authors propose that precession played a crucial role in the development of astronomy and astrology in ancient cultures. Ancient astronomers utilized precession to track the movements of stars and planets, which aided in creating calendars and predicting celestial events.

In addition, the authors suggest that precession influenced the construction of ancient monuments and temples. Notably, structures like Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid of Giza were associated with astronomical events related to precession.

The ancient knowledge of precession was passed down through generations by astronomers and priests, shaping human culture and civilization. The authors speculate that precession may have played a key role in the development of religions and spiritual beliefs of ancient times, influencing how ancient cultures perceived the universe and their place within it.

Overall, the theory presented in the book "Hamlet's Mill" emphasizes the fundamental nature of precession in ancient mythology and culture, asserting its profound impact on human history. The authors contend that precession played a role in the development of astronomy, astrology, religion, and architecture, influencing the worldview of ancient cultures. Despite being relatively unknown, this theory has had a significant influence on the study of ancient myths and symbols, remaining a subject of discussion in academic circles, for example the authors believed that the myth of the constellation Orion[14], for example, represented the precession cycle, with the rising and setting of Orion marking the beginning and end of the cycle.


Previous eras

We are currently in the middle of the astronomical cycle of eras, with the next one beginning approximately 13,000 years from now. Let's briefly explore the characteristics of the previous eras:

1.     Age of Leo (approximately 10,800 BC to 8,600 BC): This era was characterized by a growing sense of individuality and a desire to become leaders and gain power. In primitively organized societies, there was a separation of ruling classes, and a direct connection with nature, the universe, higher worlds, and God. The approach towards death was balanced and calm.

2.     Age of Cancer (approximately 8,600 BC to 6,500 BC): During this era, there was a shift towards forming households, constructing houses, and settling into family-oriented communities. Agriculture and farming practices emerged, and Mother Nature, femininity, and women were deified. The initial religious forms revolved around animal cults.

3.     Age of Gemini (approximately 6,500 BC to 4,000 BC): Settlements started evolving into semblances of modern cities during this era. Concepts of trade, road communications, and connections began to emerge. Writing ceased to be a privilege limited to the upper classes and gradually became more commonplace. Arts, skills, crafts, and logic took precedence, replacing intuition.

4.  Taurus Era (approximately 4,000 BC to 2,000 BC): This era witnessed advancements in irrigation techniques and agriculture. Massive structures reflected people's desire for tranquility and comfort, symbolized by Taurus. The focus shifted towards studying the material aspects of well-being, and the connection with subtle energies diminished. The cult of women as providers of comfort and security prevailed.

5.     Age of Aries (approximately 2,000 BC to 0 AD): The Age of Aries saw the peak of early Hellenic culture, as well as Jewish and Persian civilizations. The cult of male power, exemplified by Sparta, emerged. The role of women in society was suppressed and diminished. Strength and the cult of the strong became prominent, and a "tit-for-tat" mentality prevailed. The development of metallurgy also characterized this era.

6.  Age of Pisces (approximately 0 AD to 2,000 AD): Christianity dominated this era, marked symbolically by the sacrificial slaughter of the lamb, signifying the end of the Age of Aries. Compassion, the cult of sacred suffering, and sacrifice for others were prominent. The emergence of high culture and art fueled by mystical inspiration occurred. Acts of charity, forgiveness, empathy, and, conversely, extreme manifestations of cruelty and violence were prevalent. The era involved self-exploration of faith without tangible proof of the divine principle. Victimization and martyrdom, despite their difficulties, led to a softening of character and the practice of compassion. Connections with higher worlds were developed, though the process was painful yet necessary.

7.  Age of Aquarius (approximately 2,000 AD to 4,000 AD): The Age of Aquarius is characterized by grounded knowledge and science as key factors. This era began approximately 200 years ago with industrialization and mechanization, gradually progressing towards a high-tech civilization. The pinnacle of the Age of Aquarius is defined by the development of science, which liberates humanity to nurture individual talents and personal individuality, moving away from the struggle for survival. However, there are also lower aspects of this era that require lyrical reflection for a deeper understanding.

In a lyrical digression, a Kabbalistic parable is mentioned about a man seeking wisdom from Abraham[15]. Through fasting and spiritual purification, the man achieves moments of elevated consciousness, akin to a prophet, but cannot reach the same.

 To attain wisdom from Abraham, the Kabbalist embarked on a journey to the desert, engaging in a 40-day fast, practically depriving himself of sustenance. Through this intense spiritual discipline, he aimed to elevate his spirit to the level of a prophet. Despite his diligent efforts and significant purification of his klipot[16] (spiritual impurities), he reached remarkable heights but fell short of reaching the same spiritual level as the deceased prophet.

Undeterred, the Kabbalist chose to undergo another 40-day fast, pushing himself to the brink of life and death. In this state of extreme physical and spiritual deprivation, he managed to briefly ascend to the level of a prophet, transcending his usual limitations. However, he was aware that these elevated states are fleeting, and one is inevitably brought back to their ordinary state. With this understanding, the man seized the opportunity to ask the prophet for the most important piece of wisdom.

The prophet nodded in response and uttered a seemingly peculiar answer: "Where there is more darkness, there is more light." This enigmatic response left the man puzzled, but perhaps with a renewed perspective. After enduring 80 days of fasting and the strange encounter, he likely indulged in a full breakfast for the first time in a long while.

Despite the perplexity of the situation, it prompts us to contemplate deeper questions. Where can we find greater benefits? Is it in established territories with predictable rules or in uncharted territories that require risk-taking? Which relationships are safer? Are they the ones experienced in a utopian paradise or the ones where partners willingly put their lives on the line to protect each other? This conveys the profound law of existence.

Adding to this well-known concept, the author shares a personal parable: In a near-death experience, they managed to grasp a pen and a notebook with fingers that refused to cooperate. Despite the circumstances of their demise and those responsible for it remaining unaddressed, they crookedly wrote a single word, "Heart!" with an exclamation mark, emphasizing it three times. As consciousness slipped away, they pondered why, across various traditions, the organ responsible for pumping blood is attributed with the mystical ability to guide its owner in making the most accurate decisions.

These contemplations and musings invite further exploration and discussion into the deeper meanings and significance of the heart as an instrument of intuitive guidance in human existence.

Low level of Aquarius

The low level of the Age of Aquarius signifies the disconnect between the rapidly evolving mind and the heart. A valuable piece of advice I received at a young age, from a book by a French writer, emphasized the importance of listening to the heart for true happiness. It took me 42 years to fully comprehend the meaning behind these words. Antoine de Saint Exupery[17] eloquently wrote, "Only the heart is vigilant. You can't see the most important thing with your eyes."

Practically speaking, this implies recognizing the destructive misuse of reason, such as aggressive artificial intelligence promoting unnecessary products for profit, enslavement through mindless consumerism, the instigation of wars for territorial and power gains, and the prevalence of ideologies like fascism, communism, corporatism, and religious fanaticism.

However, amidst this confrontation with a lower level of consciousness, I find solace in the support provided by Nature itself. It offers us boundless resources of geothermal, solar, tidal, and wind energy. It unveils the potential for teleportation, telepathy, clairvoyance, and the profound experiences of friendship, sympathy, love, and above all, compassion.

Embracing these qualities and recognizing the significance of the heart can lead us towards a higher level of consciousness and a more harmonious existence in the Age of Aquarius.


Thus, the traditional blood ties will gradually diminish and transform into a brotherhood based on shared values and beliefs. This shift will have a crucial implication for the world: globalization, which receded in the face of increasing military conflicts in the previous era, will resurge. Developed nations will extend assistance to smaller and developing countries, ultimately leading to a unified global governance. This process will entail a confrontation between the East and the West, which will resolve within a relatively short historical timeframe of five hundred years. However, the overarching trends can already be discerned. The fundamental issue of globalization will be addressed through equal and fair access to resources.

The themes explored by Machiavelli in "The Prince" and exploited by generations of fascists belong to the past. The absurdity and futility of such approaches are becoming apparent to only a few, but it is important to observe the established trends.

During the writing of this book, I had the opportunity to attend a theater production of "Fedora," a tragedy based on the works of Seneca. The actors skillfully and splendidly performed this soul-stirring tragedy. However, it no longer captivates the soul as it once did; it seems nonsensical. In the Section Eight high-rise building for the poor in the Bronx, New York, similar tragedies unfold twice a week, yet they no longer hold the same significance. The global trends have changed. They have not merely shifted; they have already transformed, and the results are now evident.

The strategy of "Divide and Conquer" is rapidly fading into oblivion. In fact, it has already become obsolete[18].

Dictators around the world observed with dread as the Internet, despite its imperfections as a mass communication medium, gained significant strength. Looking ahead, it is worth noting that even more advanced forms of universal communication await us. For instance, telepathy as a means of interpersonal communication or accessing the "world of ideas" may become a reality. This realm, known as Sefira Bina in classical Kabbalistic theory, has been recognized since ancient times.

In our exploration, we find particular interest in Bina[19] and its counterpart, Hochma, as they appear to be opposing forces but are, in fact, inseparable from one another. Hochma represents "Wisdom," embodying a masculine and active principle, while Bina symbolizes "Mind," reflecting a feminine and passive aspect. Together, Hochma and Bina unite to form Daat, which signifies "Knowledge[20]."

In a forthcoming chapter of this book, we will delve into practical applications of the insights derived from these paired Sefirot, enabling individuals to harness their inherent wisdom and mental capacities for personal material benefit.


From my personal perspective, I share the belief that the conclusion of the Age of Aquarius will bring about universal and individual access to the vast information of the Universe, as well as direct communication among people without intermediaries. This shift will lead to a rejection of direct interactions with traditional elites and a transformation of the very concept of elitism. As an intermediate stage, there may be a consolidation of states into three super-countries, akin to the Orwellian[21] notion. However, with the advent of advanced communication technologies, the role of elites will gradually evolve into that of intellectual leaders guiding humanity on our planet. Consequently, the function of the state will simplify to primarily administrative responsibilities.

In fact, the future President of planet Earth, considering a run for office in the next 600 years, will carefully contemplate whether they possess the fortitude to devote their life to waste management and resource regeneration. In a shorter timeframe, even within our lifetime, following the projected robotization singularity of 2029-2030, our creative abilities may be sought after by cities that will compensate us for our time or, more accurately, our entire lives, in support of local development, providing us with comfortable living conditions. However, preceding these developments, we must navigate the anticipated confrontation between the Lion and the Dragon, as tradition suggests. It is within these captivating and potentially auspicious times that we, along with our descendants, have the opportunity to live and thrive.


Influence of elements

The study of the influence of elements is crucial as it provides us with an opportunity to comprehend the context of transitioning into a new era. Without this understanding, the transition itself would become another fragmented chapter in history that we would need to analyze retrospectively. It is of utmost importance for us to know what lies ahead before it occurs, ideally with ample time for adequate preparation. In this endeavor, the elements serve as our guide. As a reminder for those who may have missed the initial pages, the term "elements" refers to the conventional designation for the factors that exert an influence on the archetypes of human behavior, which are in turn influenced by the combination of time, space, and gravity.

While Jung's archetypes[22] mark the starting point of our exploration, they are not the final destination; they merely scratch the surface of the topic at hand. Additionally, there exist fundamental archetypes that shape human behavior. For the sake of convenience and ease of use, I will maintain the terminology of astrology to describe these archetypes, as it proves to be a practical framework. The four elements, each possessing unique properties, align with specific time intervals along the precession axis of planet Earth as follows:

Fire – Aries, Leo, Sagittarius Earth – Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn Air – Gemini, Libra, Aquarius Water – Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces

The elemental dominance undergoes a shift every two hundred years. A few years ago, the dominant element transitioned from earth to air. Let us first examine the characteristics of both elements before exploring the remaining aspects.

From around 1802, the prevailing element was earth, but since the end of December 2020, there has been a change. The world is no longer governed by the earth element; instead, the dominant influence is now the element of air. This shift is expected to continue for the next two hundred years. It is important to note that I employ the terms of astrological feng shui for convenience. However, these observations, accumulated over thousands of years, have unveiled the impact of environmental forces, particularly gravity, on societal norms and behavior[23].

Based on my personal hypothesis, the mesh matrix of antimatter undergoes stable deformation under specific gravitational fields, objectively affecting all aspects of biological matter in terms of speed and susceptibility to change. This primarily relates to highly organized brain tissue, leading to fundamentally different functional demands. This influence is most apparent when considering the prism of self-interest or, in other words, the manifestations of the "ego." Continuing along this line of reasoning, we are confronted with practical methods of rectifying the ego when communicating with the universe, the Higher Self, or any transcendent context.

Now, let's briefly explore the characteristics of the earth element. It is associated with a rigid vertical hierarchy, consumerism, and the primacy of material values. However, as we transition into a new era, these phenomena will gradually diminish in importance, giving way to the prominence of intellect, information, and cooperation. Creativity and communication will become highly valued currencies, and the shift away from material values will be perceived as a natural progression.


Concisely, when considering the land as an element, it is characterized by a rigid vertical hierarchy, consumerism, and a prioritization of material values. However, as we transition into a new era, these aspects will gradually lose significance in favor of intellect, information, and cooperation, which will gain prominence. Creativity and communication will emerge as the most valuable assets, while moving away from a materialistic context will be seen as entirely natural.

Practically speaking, within the Age of Aquarius and the current air period, there is a notable shift towards rational thinking and intellectual development across various levels of perception. This ongoing process is evident in the growing importance placed on mental values compared to religious faith and emotional inclinations prevalent during the preceding Pisces era.


Have you ever pondered why certain historical contexts appear to us as if they possess timeless wisdom, while others seem nonsensical and irrelevant? Let's take the example of a traditional Jewish practice on the evening before Shabbat. During the preparations for kiddush, the faithful engage in reading the Psalm of David—a powerful formula for communion with God that instills tremendous courage and imparts profound wisdom[24]. However, preceding this, there is a description of an ideal wife who wakes up early, takes care of all household tasks, engages in various trades and activities, tends to the children, and shows meekness towards her husband. It even states that "her lamp will not go out even at night." On the other hand, the husband is advised to sit with the elders at the gate, suggesting a time for contemplation. Yet, there is no mention of the main purpose of this contemplation. This apparent imbalance between the divine wisdom in the Psalm of David and the portrayal of an ideal wife resembling a servant from ancient times raises a question: Why?

The answer lies in the repetition of the elements during the precession cycle. As we know, the precession cycles themselves repeat every 26,000 years, with gradual intermediate cycles punctuated by energetic shifts called singularities. Within these cycles, every 800 years, certain elements, like the description of the ideal wife, may hold significance based on the demands of that time. However, over the span of 24-26 thousand years, this description gains the profound meaning of divine wisdom.

Reflecting upon this notion, I was overwhelmed by the profound realization that I had touched upon the fabric of universal determinism[25].


To put it simply, the elements repeat themselves three times within the precession cycle, and at the time of writing this book, we are in the early stages of the "air" element. It is essential to examine each of the three air signs—Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius—in sequence to grasp their distinct characteristics, which primarily revolve around communication.

Gemini embodies its essence through everyday communication and the various forms it takes in daily life. Libra, on the other hand, seeks broader and more impersonal communication, often addressing larger groups of people within social contexts of general significance. An illustrative example would be a teacher in a classroom setting.

Aquarius, the third air sign, expresses its nature in the most impersonal manner possible. It goes beyond addressing a specific group and instead delves into abstract concepts that may not have immediate practical applications. However, this exploration enables the establishment of universal laws that have global relevance. A scientist engaged in theoretical physics and popularizing scientific knowledge through television programs and the internet is an exemplar of an Aquarius-like individual. They tackle communication challenges with a global scope.

Undoubtedly, such developments in communication will bring about various changes in human morality. For instance, consider the transformations that copyright laws may undergo in response to shifting contextual demands and mankind's increasing interest in dissemination. This interest will increasingly focus on intellectual rather than sensory information, shaping the way we understand and interact with knowledge in a globalized world[26].
The shift from the earth element to the air element is clearly evident in the rise of companies whose mission aims to benefit humanity on a global scale, as well as the popularity of movies, shows, and other forms of entertainment that explore cosmic and global contexts. However, this transition poses challenges for those who staunchly defend "traditional values" and attempt, with diminishing success, to impose their behavioral norms from the Pisces era[27]. From abortion bans to exclusive club rules in business, these attempts will face growing resistance.

During the transition period, there will be a coexistence of elements from both eras. Online sermons and virtual clubs are examples of such hybrids. While a peaceful transition between eras is desirable, certain paradigms will prove irreconcilable. Contentious issues such as the right to abortion, which traverses the dividing line between the two eras, and totalitarianism, with its vertical system suppressing freedom of expression and individuality through intellectual means, will continue to be points of conflict and debate. It is crucial to recognize that the phrase "so historically happened" will hold little weight in the coming era, as common sense prevails and demands a reevaluation of outdated norms and values.


The storming of the Bastille[28] in Paris stands as a pioneering avant-garde moment of the new era. Through the destruction of this potent symbol of the king's omnipotence, the French demonstrated their perceptive awareness of the changing tides in the world[29]. Renowned for their practicality, they chose this act to express their disdain for symbols and the impotence of the old world.

Another illustrative example of such impotence can be found in the declining Russian empire, often referred to as the Great Horde or mistakenly labeled as the Golden Horde. Despite its final demise in the 16th century, it intermittently resurfaced as a decaying golem, persisting for several decades before succumbing to decay once again. This cyclic revival of the golem represents a doomed existence[30], gradually losing its vitality compared to the dynamic evolution of the wider world. This phenomenon echoes the contextual changes on a planetary scale.


The Age of Pisces, representing the Old World, is characterized by various counterbalances to its inherent qualities of compassion. One prominent aspect is the prevalence of addiction, particularly to substances such as alcohol and drugs, which serve as means to escape or avoid reality[31]. It is noteworthy that even the symbol of the fight against alcohol addiction, the Society of Alcoholics Anonymous[32], carries the main message of the Age of Aquarius: the rejection of individualism in favor of the collective well-being of society.

Another destructive aspect of Pisces is manifested in destructive materialism, which takes the form of masochism, guilt, propaganda, dogmatism, intolerance, and blind faith. These manifestations have permeated various realms, including science, where cosmological theories and hypotheses have been influenced by such destructive tendencies. Even the intriguing yet still elusive string theory has been subject to a similar negative influence.


In the new world of Aquarius, we will confront the merging of opposites and confront evil directly. There will be no acceptance of evil as a gray area; it will be seen as clearly distinct from what is good. This revelation will challenge the proponents of realpolitik[33], as the outdated mindset of relying on uneducated individuals will no longer be fashionable. Young leaders will no longer dare to rely on ignorant fringe groups.

The context of the new element, air, emphasizes rational thinking, which distinguishes itself from realpolitik by its ability to consider alternatives and avoid extreme measures, even the use of excessive force. Realpolitik, on the other hand, is a pseudo-intellectual impotence in the face of cowardly criminals. By surrendering to such individuals, realpolitik only exposes its own foolishness.


During the Age of Aquarius, the primary social conflict revolves around the clash between democracy and fascism. This is not a matter where compromises are appropriate, and those who hold a different perspective should reflect on the Holocaust as the epitome of classical fascism in global politics. It is important to remember this in a broad sense, drawing inspiration from the famous statement by Martin Niemöller[34].

The Foundations of a New Business Ethic

According to Sandy Penny, the sign of Aquarius encompasses five essential elements: communication, creativity, cooperation, compassion, and society[35]. In contrast, the sign of Pisces is associated with hierarchy, structure, power through control and submission, as well as deep emotions and various forms of addiction and emotional dependencies in relationships[36]. However, it is crucial to understand that these abusive ties, whether in family or social contexts, will be dismantled by the natural shift in the planet's gravity brought about by the precession. It is futile to argue against this cosmic phenomenon, as it will not occur again for approximately 25,000 years. Those who cling to traditionalism may opt to preserve themselves in the hope of resurrection after 12 precessional cycles.

The Age of Aquarius heralds a transition from hierarchical and blood ties to meritocracy and partnerships based on fair assessment of individual contributions. The primitive symbol of limitless communication, the Internet, will be surpassed by more advanced forms of human interaction. The possibilities are vast, ranging from the development of telepathic communication to innovative methods of exchanging information in business, such as replacing traditional financial intermediaries like banks with systems that eliminate unnecessary, meaningless, and costly intermediaries.


Recognizing that the dismantling of hierarchical relationships and outdated structures primarily targets vertical systems that no longer align with new realities and fail to generate proportional surplus value is crucial for individuals entering the new era. This understanding can help them avoid unnecessary resource loss. However, despite the positive impact of these new realities of free partnership on humanity, the process can be challenging and met with resistance from decaying entities. In such circumstances, honesty becomes the antidote to the imminent danger, but I will delve into this topic in detail later in the book.

In the broader context, the global transition to the Age of Aquarius gives rise to immediate trends, which can be categorized into three main groups, albeit with some degree of conventionality. It is worth noting that progressive development unfolds in the following sequence:

1.  Robotization: The increasing integration of automation and artificial intelligence into various industries and sectors, transforming the nature of work and productivity.

2.  Innovation: A focus on continuous innovation and advancements in technology, science, and creativity, driving societal progress and pushing the boundaries of human knowledge and capabilities.

3.  Humanitarian Ideals: A growing emphasis on humanitarian values and principles, including compassion, social justice, and sustainable development, to address pressing global challenges and create a more equitable and harmonious world.

These trends represent the evolving landscape of the Age of Aquarius and provide a glimpse into the transformative forces shaping our future.


The conventionality of these trends stems from the fact that they may not align with the current state of consciousness and can be challenging to fully comprehend. For instance, the concept of unconditional income may not be universally embraced by society, and concerns such as the bread of shame[37] remain valid. However, these trends set the priorities for attention and resource allocation as per the priorities shown in the pyramid of Maslow concept[38], reshaping the societal architecture around them, despite their imperfections in relation to an abstract standard of development.

Robotization signifies a shift in the social role of individuals, moving from being mere production units to becoming designers and educators. These two roles will play a central role in the near future[39]. It raises questions about the balance between collective endeavors and individuality in society.

Innovation is synonymous with progress and the era of scientific breakthroughs. It encompasses the transition towards renewable energy sources, the diminishing influence of religious dogmas, the decline of fascist societies, and the dismantling of contexts based on abuse of power.

Humanitarian ideals promote the coexistence and brotherhood of peoples. They involve rejecting the influence of secret societies and sacred contexts, advocating for transparency, and facilitating the public exchange of information.

As the world navigates these transformative trends, society will need to grapple with the challenges and opportunities they present, redefining the foundations of our social structures and striving for a more inclusive and enlightened future.


In the bustling city of New York, where parking is notoriously challenging, over 7,000 places of worship stand tall—churches, synagogues, mosques, and other sacred establishments—each with their respective clergy who hold certain preferences regarding this delicate matter. One can only hope that these religious leaders will embody the principles they preach and relinquish their unwarranted and excessive privileges. Alas, history has shown that such expectations are not always met. Our only recourse is to place our trust in the power of public pressure, for its substantial presence will serve as a tangible measure signifying the onset of an active phase of transformation in societal consciousness during this new era. This transformation aims to redefine the role of religions in human life, urging them to align with the evolving ethos of the times[40].

The vertical control system of the Age of Pisces versus the horizontal system of the Age of Aquarius

In the present era, the Internet stands as a true nemesis to modern dictators, despite its imperfections. It exemplifies a remarkable network of horizontal connections and undoubtedly belongs to the Age of Aquarius. The antiquated remnants of vertical hierarchies, symbols of a dying world, are being gradually replaced. This transformative process gains momentum through the advancement of communication technologies that defy restrictions. The Age of Pisces, characterized by its emphasis on money, power, hierarchical structures, and stringent control over individual choices, is fading away into obscurity. The Age of Aquarius, in contrast, directs attention towards matters of equality and collaboration.

For instance, the significance of leadership in business ventures is diminishing, giving way to the importance of teamwork. In this context, the exposure of pseudo-leadership around the globe manifests in a grotesque manner. Former dictators have transformed into laughable jesters, while individuals who once weaved carpets have emerged as genuine leaders, subduing their egos for the betterment of a grateful humanity. Moreover, amidst the crumbling systems that safeguard secrets at all levels, the dawn of blessed times marked by true equality among humankind draws near.


Technology in the Age of Aquarius

In the Age of Aquarius, the advancement of technology serves as a complementary force to the societal movement towards information discovery, exchange, and the overall democratization of global order. Disregarding the correlation between technological progress and the liberalization of society would, at the very least, result in the subjugation of the advanced and progressive segment of society by the aggressive and regressive elements. Consequently, such a scenario inevitably leads to the deterioration of scientific advancements and cyclical degradation of society. An illustrative case is China, which, after experiencing over 500 years of historical development under conditions of totalitarianism, has transformed from a politically, economically, and socially advanced nation into a stagnant region unable to prevent external control without the occurrence of a nearly spontaneous civil uprising[41].

Undoubtedly, blockchain technologies, exemplifying initiatives emerging from the bottom of the control hierarchy, and their private application, cryptocurrencies, will initially compete with traditional investment assets. However, this competition is only temporary and stems from the profound imperfections and imbalances within the banking industry. These flaws are not merely historical accidents but deliberately crafted and tenaciously supported by the complacent opposition—short-sighted, cunning, and yet deterministic elders across generations. These individuals possess a unique power that drives them to do nothing while reaping all the world's benefits, unnecessarily and obligatorily.

In the future, banks will find their place in the annals of industries that once marked slaves with their owners' brands and repaired broken tableware. Blockchain technology, representing the epitome of a democratic state, will undoubtedly revolutionize the financial sector, transcending geographical boundaries and empowering all individuals equally. This technology will liberate the concept of value and means of circulation from financial conglomerates that have accumulated their wealth through extracting value from the circulation of money. These conglomerates are vertically integrated and intricately entwined with the existing state architecture.

As a result, resources generated by humanity will be liberated[42] to invest in venture capital technologies, further accelerating the trend towards innovation. The financial sphere will experience the emancipation of value equivalence and means of circulation, fostering a new era where the possibilities of peace and prosperity are accessible to all.

The individuals I mentioned earlier, possessing a wealth of experience in successful behavioral strategies that have resulted in colossal social imbalances, have effectively transmitted these imbalances through generations, particularly to developing countries along the food chain. Simultaneously, they have instilled in the minds of similar idle individuals, often their own parents, a fervent desire for economic security at any cost, completely disregarding personal development and growth. To justify these disparities, theories of racial, national, and social superiority are diligently fabricated, eagerly embraced by the leading business schools worldwide. These institutions, instead of teaching ethical business practices, set trends in price manipulation and competition restriction.

As communication technologies advance and travel becomes more accessible, manipulating groups of people becomes increasingly intricate. The traditional chains of control, which have perpetuated centuries of unjust segregation based on gender, race, social status, and other differences, along with practices like banking and insurance scoring, food production licensing, transportation organization, and various forms of fascism, are now subject to unprecedented pressure from new technologies. Moreover, these chains are being challenged by the principles people aspire to live by.

It is crucial to acknowledge that the demand for specific technologies arises from people themselves. The pleas for technology accessibility stem from the suffering of individuals in countries with fascist ideologies or those threatened by dictatorship's grasp. Thus, the lamentations of various Fuhrers about the open architecture of the internet for global communication appear comically absurd. However, dictators never desire to suffer alone; they seek to ensnare the very people they have oppressed. It becomes evident that they are merely another category of losers who have failed to find their own path in life, opting instead to appropriate other people's dreams as their own life plan.


The concept of work and its nature have undergone a significant transformation. Permanent employment is no longer considered a universal rule or a necessity.

Modern society is increasingly accepting and supportive of individuals' aspirations to develop their talents and pursue self-realization. The primary motive for choosing an occupation is no longer solely focused on survival. Instead, people are driven by a desire for personal fulfillment and meaningful engagement in their work. There is a general trend of diminishing dependence on large corporations, as individuals seek greater independence and autonomy.

The rise of entrepreneurship and venture creation will become increasingly prevalent across the globe. More people will embark on their own entrepreneurial journeys, taking charge of their professional lives and pursuing their passions. As a result, the disparity in wages based on geographic location will continue to diminish, fostering a more equitable distribution of income worldwide.


Social media serves as a prominent indication of the progressing Aquarius society.
Social media has emerged as a notable manifestation of the evolving Aquarian society. The principles of Aquarius, such as liberation, freedom, and the expression of intellect, align with the goals of social media platforms. These platforms facilitate the development and sharing of knowledge, uncovering the talents of individuals across various strata, races, nationalities, genders, and more. They embody the Aquarian ideal of supporting a diverse and inclusive community.

In the Age of Aquarius, the central value of respecting each person's uniqueness, talents, capabilities, and intelligence holds great significance. Social networks, as a result, are able to undertake entirely new roles that can benefit humanity as a whole. They enable the amplification of public interest and shift away from serving narrow groups' interests. Systems that were created to cater exclusively to a select few in society, rather than benefiting the entirety of society, will no longer be in line with the prevailing trends of the Aquarian age.


There is a notable decrease in the emphasis placed on power and wealth within society.

There is a noticeable shift away from the excessive emphasis on power and wealth, and a growing emphasis on the distribution of valuable knowledge that benefits all of humanity. The trend is leaning towards recognizing the inherent right to life and the development of individual talents within diverse and self-organized societies. The key factor in fostering tolerance towards such societies lies in acknowledging and appreciating their unique capabilities and contributions. This change reflects a broader societal recognition of the importance of equitable opportunities for personal growth and the value of collective well-being over the pursuit of power and monetary accumulation.

The transition from the age of Pisces to the age of Aquarius is expected to bring about significant upheavals and transformations across various aspects of society.

The transition from the age of Pisces to the age of Aquarius is marked by significant shifts in resource allocation, power dynamics, and economic interests. This transition challenges the established world order of the previous era, leading to its gradual weakening. In line with the second law of thermodynamics, closed systems tend to experience an increase in entropy, implying that various systems will undergo periods of chaos and eventual collapse.

The Age of Aquarius represents a profound exploration of our true selves and a heightened awareness of our spiritual needs. This exploration necessitates a reassessment of values, principles, and ways of life. To gain insights into principles that will be crucial for mankind in the coming 2,000 years, we can turn to the experiences of medieval Japan.

Drawing from that experience, the following principles can guide individuals in surviving and maintaining their sense of self:

1.  Embrace Adaptability: Cultivate a flexible mindset and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances.

2.  Foster Resilience: Develop inner strength and resilience to navigate challenges and setbacks.

3.  Emphasize Harmony: Seek harmony within oneself and with the surrounding environment, promoting balance and peaceful coexistence.

4.  Cultivate Self-Discipline: Practice self-discipline to maintain focus and achieve personal growth.

5.  Honor Tradition: Respect and learn from the wisdom of past generations while embracing new ideas and innovations.

6.  Cultivate Mindfulness: Foster present-moment awareness to enhance clarity and make conscious decisions.

7.  Embrace Simplicity: Find contentment in simplicity and avoid excessive materialism or attachment.

8.  Nurture Connection: Prioritize meaningful relationships and connections with others, fostering a sense of belonging and support.

By integrating these principles into our lives, we can navigate the upcoming upheavals and stay true to ourselves amidst the changing times.
 Keep yourself engaged and prepared, as this book has the potential to significantly transform your life, just as it did for me. Stay open to the insights and wisdom it offers, as it can be a catalyst for profound personal growth and change.



[1] Except, by the way, the Aramaic formula "AbraKadabra" ('A Bara' - "I'm creating.", 'ke Dab´ra' — «as I speak.") which is a simple way of creating reality through manifestation.


[2] Axon- the process is transmitting, through it the impulse goes from the cell body to another neuron. Dendrites- receiving processes, they collect impulses from other neurons and transmit them to the body. (In fact, some dendrites conduct the signal in two directions, to and from the body of the neuron.)


[3] Feng Shuior Feng Shui (Chinese trad. 風水, control. 风水, pinyin fēngshuĭ - literally - "Wind & Water") is the Taoist practice of symbolic development (organization) of space. With the help of Feng Shui, you can supposedly choose the "best" place to build a house or burial. The stated purpose of Feng Shui is to search for favorable flows of qi energy and use them for the benefit of man.


[4] In mathematics, a Gaussian function, often simply referred to as a Gaussian, is a function of the form f(x)=aexp(−(x−b)22c2) for arbitrary real constants a, b and non zero c. It is named after the mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss. The graph of a Gaussian is a characteristic symmetric "bell curve" shape. The parameter a is the height of the curve's peak, b is the position of the center of the peak and c (the standard deviation, sometimes called the Gaussian RMS width) controls the width of the "bell".


[5] Rabbi Menachem‑Mendl Schneerson (in lifetime publications and traditionally Hebrew. ‎ מנחם מענדל שניאורסאהן Eng. Menachem Mendel Schneerson; April 18, 1902, Nikolaev - June 12, 1994, New York), more often referred to as LubA ́vić(e)Rabbi (Yiddish) ‏דער ליובאַוויטשער רבי‏‎, der lubA ́vicher Re ́be, Heb. הרבי‏ מליובאװיטשha‑Ra ́bi mi‑Luba Vitch was the 7th and last Chabad Rebbe. One of the Jewish spiritual leaders of the XX century. He is considered the messiah by some of his followers, some of whom do not recognize his physical death. His grave in New York has become a place of mass pilgrimage.


[6] From Mikhail Epstein's speech at the Liberty Award at2000: "When I think of Russian American, I imagine an image of intellectual and emotional breadth that could combine the analytical subtlety and practicality of the American mind and the synthetic inclinations, the mystical giftedness of the Russian soul. To combine the Russian culture of pensive melancholy, heartache, bright sadness, and the American culture of courageous optimism, active participation and compassion, faith in oneself and in others..."


[7] Professor Natural Philosophy at Hopkins University and Professor in the Department of Fractals at the Santa Fe Institute, California.


[8]   Singularity (from Latin. singularis "the only one, special")

Singularity in philosophy is the singularity of a being, event, phenomenon.

A mathematical singularity is a point at which a mathematical function tends to infinity or has any other irregularities of behavior.

Gravitational singularity (singularity of space-time) is a region of space-time through which it is impossible to smoothly continue the geodesic line included in it.

The cosmological singularity is the state of the universe at the initial moment of the Big Bang, characterized by infinite density and temperature of matter.

The technological singularity is a hypothetical moment, after which technological progress will become so rapid and complex that it will be incomprehensible.

[9] Precession ́cession (from Latin. praecessio- movement ahead) is a phenomenon in which the axis of rotation of the body changes its direction in space.


[10] Tides- periodic fluctuations in the level of the ocean or sea, which are the result of the action of the tidal forces of the Moon and the Sun, but the tidal force of the Moon is 2.17 times greater than the tidal force of the Sun, so the characteristics of the tide mainly depend on the relative position of the Moon and the Earth.

Tides cause changes in sea level elevation, as well as periodic currents known as tide currents, making tide prediction important for coastal navigation.


[11] The coefficient of absorption of solar energy in the ocean and land, of course, is different, but the following facts can give a sense of the overall picture: 71% of the Earth's surface is water, and the remaining 29% consists of continents and islands. At the same time, 96.5% of all the Earth's water is contained in the oceans in the form of salt water, and the remaining 3.5% is freshwater lakes and frozen water enclosed in glaciers and polar ice caps. At the same time, 69% of this part of fresh water, almost all of it is in the form of ice.


[12] Gulfstream (from the English. gulf stream. The Gulf Current is a warm sea current in the Atlantic Ocean. In a narrow sense, the Gulf Stream is called the current along the east coast of North America from the Florida Strait to the Newfoundland Bank (as it is, in particular, marked on geographical maps). In a broad sense, the Gulf Stream is often referred to as a system of warm currents in the North Atlantic Ocean from Florida to the Scandinavian Peninsula, Svalbard, the Barents Sea and the Arctic Ocean.


[13] "Hamlet's Mill"is a book by Giorgio de Santillan and Herta von Dechend that explores the idea that ancient myths and symbols reflect knowledge about astronomical cycles, especially the precession of the equinoxes.


[14] Orio ́n (ancient Greek Ὠρίων). In ancient Greek mythology, he was a famous hunter who was distinguished by his extraordinary beauty and such growth that he was sometimes called a giant. Once Zeus, Hermes and Poseidon (or Ares), and according to Michael Mayer (XVII century) - PhoebusApollo, Vulcan and Hermes, visited the inhabitant of Thebes Hyriaeus. When he, after sacrificing a bull and treating the gods, began to complain of childlessness, the guests demanded the skin of the victim. When the owner brought the skin, they filled it with urine and ordered it to be buried in the ground. Nine months later, Orion emerged from it.


[15] Abraham (Eng. Avraham Avinu or Aram. (אבינו אברהם), «our Father Abraham", meaning both the biological progenitor of the Jews and the spiritual father of Judaism.


[16] Clipo ́t (Eng. Klipot) Borrowed from Aram. multiple. Klipot (klipa, unity.) translated from Aramaic as "peel", "husk" - means metaphysical barriers between us and the Light of the Creator, which we have created ourselves with our limited selfish actions. They do not allow us to constantly feel happy and confident in the future.


[17] Antoine de Saint‑Exupery. The Little Prince."


[18] I will write in small text about the attack of fascist Russia on the growing democracy of Ukraine - this question seems so small to me in the context of this book precisely because the question of the future of the world is decided by much more powerful forces than the most secret of the powerful societies of the planet - in fact, the question is decided by the planet itself.


[19] Bina ́ (Aram. ‏בינה‎‏‎; bīnāh; "Mind"; "Mind"; "Thought") - in the teachings of Kabbalah on the origin of the worlds is the third of the 10 objective emanations (direct rays of divine light) of the universe - the so-called "Sefirot" or "Sephiroth" (plural from "Sephirah"), also "figures" or "spheres", the first radiations of the Divine Essence, which together form the cosmos.


[20] Daat (Dr.Heb. ‏דעת‎‏‎; «Cognition") - the contrast between subjectivity and objectivity finds its resolution in "cognition".


[21] George OOrwell (Eng. George Orwell, real name Eric Arthur Blair; June 25, 1903 – January 21, 1950) was a British writer, journalist and literary critic. His works are distinguished by a simple style of presentation, criticism of totalitarianism and support for democratic socialism. Orwell's most famous works are the satirical novel "Animal Farm" (1945) and the novel "1984" (1948).


[22] Carl Gustav Jung (in German. Carl Gustav Jung [ˈkarl ˈgʊstaf ˈjʊŋ]; July 26, 1875 – June 6, 1961) was a Swiss psychiatrist and educator.

The scientist identified 12 personality archetypes: "hero" (The Hero), "simple-minded" (The Innocent), "seeker" (The Explorer), "creator" (The Creator), "glorious fellow" (The Regular Guy), "lover" (The Lover), "ruler" (The Ruler), "caring" (The Caregiver), "sage" (The Sage), "rebel" (The Destroyer), "magician" (The Magician), "jester" (The Jester).


[23] This ratio or, say, an index of the direct influence of gravity, is a separate subject of study of science.

This context was first predicted by Albert Einstein in the framework of the Gutenberg project ( Einstein, A. Relativity: the Special and General Theory by Albert Einstein. I express my gratitude to the Gutenberg Project for access to the original work, but I also want to note that this aspect of gravity was studied separately in tests of general relativity in an attempt to find an experimental basis for the theory of general relativity. Actually, the first three tests were conducted by Einstein himself, who proved the anomalous precession of the perigee of Mercury, and much more importantly, the deflection of light (!) in gravitational fields.


[24] The Lord is my shepherd; I will not lack anything. In the magnificent meadows he will give me rest, he will lead me to calm waters, he will calm my soul; will lead me straight paths for His Name's sake. Even if I pass through the gorge in the darkness of the grave, I will not be afraid of evil, for You are with me. Thy counsel and encouragement will comfort me. Thou shalt set the table before me in full view of my enemies, thou shalt smear my head with oil, and my cup shall be full. May only kindness and love accompany me all the days of my life, and I will be in the temple of the Lord for many years.


[25] Looking beyond our lives, I want to rejoice in the way I/ We, the mind that stands behind us, are magnificent / magnificent.


[26] Without looking up from the text of the book, I want to draw the reader's attention to the incredibly important context of the trend of the future: we are talking about a purely intellectual component; the sensual component of the Pisces era will erode for the next 500 years in the most active way.


[27] Tesla has the following mission: to create a world that operates with the help of electrical energy, powered by batteries and transported by electric cars.


[28] Taking Bastilia (fr. Prise de la Bastille) is one of the central episodes of the French Revolution, the storming of the fortress of the Bastille on July 14, 1789. The fortress was built in 1382. It was supposed to serve as a fortification on the outskirts of the capital. Soon it began to serve as a prison, mainly for political prisoners. For 400 years, there were many famous personalities among the prisoners of the Bastille. For many generations of the French, the fortress was a symbol of the omnipotence of kings.


[29] I invite the reader to highlight this point and, after reading the entire book, think about why the French respond so well to the subtle vibrations of change in the world.


[30] "Another day... And one more night.

And it seems that I can't get over it anymore.

Not to endure the weight of non-existence,

And the monotony of the undead."

[31] One example of the transition period is the move of pilgrims - people fleeing rigid religious norms - to America, which, however, contains elements of escapism characteristic of the previous era.


[32] Strictly speaking, the OAA is another hybrid of two bordering eras that uses the divine context of "Let Go and Let God". As they themselves explain, it is the need to admit one's mistakes to a higher power, which corresponds to the context of the Age of Pisces, and the context of anonymity itself is a central aspect in the Age of Aquarius.


[33] Real policy (in German. Realpolitik; in Russian-language texts, it is often used without translation (Realpolitik) or in the form of transliteration - Realpolitik) - a type of state policy that was introduced and implemented by Bismarck and was named by analogy with the concept proposed by Ludwig von Rohau (1853).

The essence of such a course is the rejection of the use of any ideology as the basis of the state course. Such a policy is based primarily on practical considerations, not ideological or moral ones.


[34] «When they came..." is a quote from the speeches of the German pastor Martin Niemöller, with which he tried to explain the inaction of German intellectuals and their non-resistance to the Nazis.


[35] Sandy Penny's famous saying in the original is: "the sign of Aquarius includes what I call the 5 Cs: Communication, Cooperation, Creativity, Compassion and Community."


[36] Treugo ́lnik Karpman (Eng. Karpman drama triangle), also Dramati Treugo (Drama Triangle), Treugo ́lnik Destiny ́is a psychological and social model of human interaction in transactional analysis, first described by Stephen Karpman in 1968 in his article Fairy Tales and Script Drama Analysis. This model is used to treat patients in psychology and psychotherapy.


[37] The bread of shame (Heb. בושה של לחם) - here in the narrow sense - the shame of receiving a free gift to those who do not deserve it. In this book, much attention will be paid to this concept, but in this narrow sense, we are talking about the concept of calling humanity to eliminate the Bread of Shame in an effort to become a Creator "in the image of God."


[38] Pyramusand "Needs" is the common name for the hierarchical model of human needs, which is a simplified presentation of the ideas of the American psychologist Abraham Maslow. Steps (from bottom to top):

1. Physiological needs;

2. The need for security;

3. The need for love / belonging to something;

4. The need for respect;

5. The need for knowledge;

6. Aesthetic needs;

7. The need for self-actualization.

Moreover, the last three levels: "cognition", "aesthetic" and "self-actualization" are generally called the "Need for self-expression" (Need for personal growth).

[39] There will also be various types of crafts as integrated production, as well as entrepreneurship, and the most valuable will be art and science.


[40] Since this question has probably already arisen in the reader's mind, I will say right away: I am not an atheist for the simple reason that I once had a chance to see B‑Not quite all of Bha, but nevertheless, I personally believe (and this is exactly the religion preached by atheists) in his absence there is no objective possibility. This, however, does not change my deep conviction that absolutely no intermediaries are needed for dialogue with G-d. This is despite the fact that the aspect of dialogue with G-d is not at all obvious to me in the context of necessity.


[41] The Opium Wars- military conflicts in China in the XIX century between the Western powers and the Qing Empire. One of the main reasons for the hostilities was disagreement over the import, first of all, of raw opium and opium to China, which was literally experiencing an epidemic of drug addiction. Hence the wars got their name.


[42] Excessive accumulation ( savings) of resources is itself a form of fear for the future, or, in other words, fear that the world is imperfect. But the world is perfect!