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modern views on the Rose of the World’s doctrine
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1st camp point, in the Mordovian camp.
•1st town hospital, in Moscow.
3rd male woodworking camp point, in the Mordovian camp.
6th camp point, in the Mordovian camp.
13th camp point, in the Mordovian camp.
17th agricultural camp point, in the Mordovian camp.
•196th shooting division, a military subdivision in structure of which D. Andreev was at war.
XX congress of the party (CPSU).
“A Hero of Our Time”, a novel by Mikhail Lermontov.
Abbasids, second dynasty in Islam, ruling mostly from their capital of Baghdad.
absolute (adjective). abyss.
Academy – a section of the article Plato.
Adaptations (a group).
Advanceness (a group).
Air transport (a group).
Alcoholic beverages (a group).
allusion, correlation of the described with a steady literary, historical, or mythological concept.
•American culture (a group).
•American literature (a group).
American mountains, .
•American scientists (a group).
ancient, very old.
•ancient Athens, the city-state (polis) playing the leading role in economic, political and cultural life of Ancient Greece.
Ancient Egypt, .
ancients, those who lived in the remote times.
“And the way is farther, and the moon is higher...”, A. Blok's verse.
Andreev, Daniil Leonidovich (1906–1959), the greatest Russian visionary, poet and philosopher; . D. Andreev's family tree, Category: Andreev D.L., Category: D. Andreev's environment.
Andromache, in Greek mythology and Homer's “Iliad”, the wife of Hector, a Trojan prince.
Aphrodite Pandemos, .
Apollonia, Hellenistic city in Palestine – see Asra.
approved school, .
Arab–Israeli conflict – see Jewish-Arab collisions.
Ardenness, mountains in the territory of France, Belgium and Luxembourg.
•Areopagus, earliest aristocratic council of ancient Athens.
Arsur (arabic Arsuf), a port and the strengthened city of crusaders – see Asra.
Art of the West (a group).
Artemis, one of the most widely venerated of the Ancient Greek deities.
Asra, nonexistent toponym which is used by D. Andreev as a hint on really existed city of Arsur (arabic Arsuf) in Palestine.
Assisi, Ital. city.
“At the top of my voice”, V. Mayakovsky's verse.
•Athens, historic city and capital of Greece.
attraction, . Attraction (a group).
Attributes (a group).
Augustus, the founder of the Roman Empire and its first Emperor.
“Away!”, A. Blok's verse.
•Baltics (a group).
Balzac, Honoré de (1799–1850), a French novelist and playwright.
Bar Yehudah of Prague, the character of D. Andreev's homonymous verse, a Jew living in medieval Prague.
barefoot walking, .
Bayreuth, Germ. city.
beautiful, phenomena, possessing the highest esthetic perfection.
being a bretteur, scandalousness, aggressive behavior of the person.
belief and knowledge, .
•Belomor Canal, a canal connected the White Sea and the Baltic Sea and built using slave convict labour.
Beria, Lavrenty Pavlovich (1899–1953), director of the Soviet secret police who played a major role in the purges of Stalin's opponents.
bituminous waterproofing, .
•Bizet G. (a group).
black ark – see black ship.
black ship, the infernal means of water transport for delivery of human souls from Skrivnus to Ladref.
bodies of state security, the political police in the Soviet state and in post-Soviet Russia.
bog – см. engulfer.
Böhme, Jakob, (1575–1624), German philosopher and mystic.
Brahmana, caste – see Brahmin.
Brahmin, an individual belonging to the the highest caste of the Indian society.
•British Commonwealth of the Nations (a group).
Brynhildr, a shieldmaiden and a valkyrie in Germanic mythology.
Buddha Amitābha, a celestial buddha described in the scriptures of the Mahāyāna school of Buddhism.
Bustvich, a purgatory, the fifth on the descent order.
•Byzantine theologians (a group).
Caliphate, the theocratic Muslim state, resulted Muslim gains in the 7–9th centuries.
Calvin, John (1509–1564), French Protestant reformer.
Carting (a group).
Casteret, Norbert (1897–1987), a famous French caver, adventurer and writer.
categorical imperative, .
•Catholic monkhood (a group).
certain womanly essence – see madam of ice halls.
chorts, the demons living in Gashsharva, keepers of the Core sakwala, popular characters in Slavic demonology.
Christian denominations (a group).
Christian divine service (a group). Christian monkhood (a group).
Christian sacraments and ceremonies (a group).
Christian temple (a group).
Сhudotvortsev, Ivan Gennadievich (b. 1975), Russian Internet fairy tale writer, participant of RW-forums, an author of works on Andreev studies.
Church hierarchy (a group).
Church utensils (a group).
•Cities of France (a group).
Cities of Germany (a group).
•Cities of Great Britain (a group).
•Cities of Italy (a group).
•Cities of the USA (a group).
city demonesses – see small demonesses.
Čiurlionis, Mikalojus Konstantinas (1875–1911), Lithuanian painter and composer.
clarified – see enlightenment.
class president, .
Clothes (a group).
Cologne, Germ. city.
communal flat, .
compass point, .
“Confessions of Felix Krull”, T. Mann's novel.
“Conjuring by fire and gloom”, A. Blok's verse.
Conrad of Montferrat (mid-1140s – 1192), a northern Italian nobleman, one of the major participants in the Third Crusade.
consciousness, the quality or state of being aware of an external object or something within oneself.
crepe de Chine, .
•Croatia (a group).
Crockery (a group).
“Crossroads”, A. Blok's poetic cycle.
“cuckoo”, on a railway slang – the train from several cars, plying on a minor branch.
culture, . Culture (a group).
culture of Japan.
•Daniel, a prophet, .
Dante Аlighieri (1265–1321), a major Italian poet of the Middle Ages.
dark daemon – see antidaemon.
Decoration of a body (a group).
deism, the form of belief recognizing God as the Creator, but denying as Prospector.
Demeter, in ancient Greek religion and myth, the goddess of the harvest.
demonesses of the great cities, .
demonic elementals, .
demons, evil spirits.
Derzhavin, Gavrila Romanovich (1743–1816), one of the greatest Russian poets before Alexander Pushkin.
destiny, set of the events and circumstances first of all influencing life of a person or any people and usually imaginable as predetermined.
dialectic materialism, .
Dionysian corpus of writings, a series of Greek treatises and letters by Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite – a section of the article Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite.
Dionysius the Areopagite (flourished 1st century AD), an Athenian, a member of the Areopagus who has joined to the Christian community – a section of the article Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite.
“Divine Comedy” (c. 1308 – 1321), an epic poem written by Dante.
divine service, . Christian divine service (a group).
dogma (theol.), .
Don, one of the great rivers of the European portion of Russia.
“Doomed”, A. Blok's verse.
dragon, in mythology of many peoples fantastic image of winged (sometimes many-headed) fire-spitting serpent.
Duggur's inhabitants – see small demonesses.
Duggur-Petersburg, the transphysical double of the city of Petersburg in Duggur.
Dwelling (a group).
dynamo, the machine developing electric energy, the generator of direct current.
Dzerzhinsky, Feliks Edmundovich (1877–1926), Bolshevik leader, head of the first Soviet secret police organization.
ecstatic ritual, .
Education (a group).
Ekchart, Meister (с. 1260 – 1327/1328?), Dominican theologian and writer who was the greatest German speculative mystic.
electric train, .
Elsa von Brabant, .
Empyrean, symbol of the other world as light.
Engels, Friedrich (1820–1895), a German Socialist philosopher, the closest collaborator of Karl Marx.
•English culture (a group).
•English literature (a group).
•English philosophers (a group).
•English scientists (a group).
engulfer, a demonic object of Morod, the orifice’s onset for karmic descent of human souls in Agr.
epic story, .
equipment, set of means of the human activity created for implementation of processes of production and service of non-productive requirements of society. Equipment (a group).
estate of the realm, a social group.
Eternal Feminity, the concept which has become popular thanks to Goethe and V.S. Solovyev, close in the religious and philosophical relation to Soul of the world, Sofia, to the intermediary between the divine and the terrestrial.
ethics, . Ethics (a group).
European Union. everyday life.
evil spirits, evil supernatural beings tending to cause harm.
exotic , .
extra rational experience.
Fabrics (a group).
fairy tale, .
figured velvet, .
fireproof wall, .
fir-tree ornament, .
folklore, . Folklore (a group).
Food and drinks (a group).
foreign language, .
founder of Duggur-Petersburg, transphysical double of Peter I in Duggur.
French art (a group).
French philosophers (a group).
•French scientists (a group).
Freyja, a goddess associated with love, sexuality, beauty in Norse mythology.
Frigg, a major goddess in Germanic paganism, the wife of Odin.
Furnaces (a group).
Furniture (a group).
Gaetan, a character of A. Blok's drama “Rose and cross”.
galley proof, .
•Galsworthy J. (a group).
gas lamp, .
Gashsharva, one of four worlds of the Demonic Base; two-dimensional demonic world of anticosmos of Shadanakar, habitat of the majority of demonic beings of Shadanakar.
genius, the generalized concept of the personal spirit given to an artist-herald, his inspirer defining nature of his creativity.
•German art (a group).
•German culture (a group).
German literature, . •German literature (a group).
•German philosophers (a group).
•German scientists (a group).
Germanic peoples, an Indo-European ethno-linguistic group of Northern European origin, identified by their use of the Germanic languages.
“giant stride”, .
gnomes, the beings-elementals of dwarfish growth living in an underground kingdom.
God the Father, .
God the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Trinity in Christian theology.
God the Son, the second person of the Trinity in Christian theology.
Godfrey of Bouillon (c. 1060 – 1100), a medieval Frankish knight who was one of the leaders of the First Crusade from 1096 until his death.
Golden Age, .
Grail, a dish, plate, stone, or cup that is part of an important theme of Arthurian literature.
gramophone record, .
grand, the esthetic category for designation surpassing a usual measure, for the outstanding phenomena.
grand piano, .
“Gray-haired twilight laid down...”, A. Blok's verse.
•Great Britain, .
Great Feminine Monad, .
Great Harlot – see Fokerma.
Great Mother, .
Greek mythology, .
“Grigory Pirogov”, .
gusli, a psaltery.
Guy of Lusignan (c. 1150 – 1194), a Poitevin knight, king of the crusader state of Jerusalem from 1186 to 1192.
hallelujah///. harmonium, .
heavenly – см. overground.
Heavenly Russia, .
heavenly temple – see sphere of Planetary Logos.
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich (1770–1831), German philosopher-idealist.
Helen of Troy, in Greek mythology, the most beautiful woman in the world. Her abduction by Paris brought about the Trojan War.
heresiarch, the originator of heretical doctrine.
heresy, any belief or theory that is strongly at variance with established beliefs or customs.
Herzliya, modern Israeli city – see Asra.
highest Worlds of Shadanakar, .
•History of France (a group).
•History of Germany (a group).
•History of Great Britain (a group).
•History of Italy (a group).
history of Japan.
•History of Poland (a group).
•History of the USA (a group).
History of the West (a group).
Hoffmann, Ernst Theodor Amadeus (1766–1822), a German Romantic author of fantasy and horror.
Holidays (a group).
Holocaust, the mass murder or genocide of approximately six million Jews during World War II.
homeless child, .
Horace (65–8 BC), the leading Roman lyric poet during the time of Augustus.
Horse harness (a group).
horse tram, .
host, an archaic word for army.
“How difficult to walk among people...”, A. Blok's verse.
“How it came true, what happened...”, A. Blok's verse.
human characters, human characters in works of literature and art.
“I enter into dark temples...”, A. Blok's verse.
icon lamp oil, .
Incidents (a group).
Indian literature, the literature produced on the Indian subcontinent until 1947 and in the Republic of India thereafter.
insulated pipe, .
•intellect, the ability to learn and reason as distinguished from the ability to feel or will; capacity for knowledge and understanding.
internal combustion engine, .
•Ireland (a group).
•Italian art (a group).
•Italian culture (a group).
•Italian literature (a group).
•Italian Saints (a group).
Japanese people, .
jellied nuts, .
Jewish-Arab collisions, begun at the end of the XIX century opposition between a number of the Arab countries and Zionist movement.
Jewish demon, a superdemon, put by Gagtungr over the Jewish witzraor Foshts for a demonizing of the Jewish people.
•Jewish history, .
Jewish immigration, the immigration of Jews from the diaspora to the land of Israel.
Jewish kingdom, .
Jewish metaculture, .
Joliot-Curie, Irène (1897–1956), a French physical chemist, discoverer of new radioactive isotopes.
Kali, he Hindu goddess associated with empowerment, shakti.
Kali-Durga, the Hindu conception consisting in recognition goddess Cali as a hypostasis of goddess Durga.
Khazars, members of a confederation of Turkic-speaking tribes that in the late 6th century AD established a major commercial empire covering the southeastern section of modern European Russia.
kiklik, Lithuanian corsage.
Klingsor, the human-igva, the founder of Mudgabr represented as magician and duke in the medieval German epic poem “Parzival”.
knowledge, . Knowledge (a group).
knyaz neckpieces, .
•Koltsov, Aleksey Vasilyevich (1809–1842), Russian poet whose works describe the Russian peasant life in which he was brought up.
Konopnicka, Maria (1842–1910), author of short stories and one of the representative Positivist poets in Polish literature.
Kriemhild, main female character of the medieval poem “Song about Nibelungs”.
Kudrun, a Middle High German epic, written probably in the early years of the 13th century.
Kundry, a mythical image, the character of R. Wagner's opera “Parsifal”, the demonic woman.
Ladref, a purgatory, the second in the descent order.
Lakshmi, the Hindu Goddess of wealth, prosperity, fortune, and the embodiment of beauty.
lifting crane, .
Light, forces standing in the universal fight on the party of God.
Lighting (a group).
Logos; Logos of Shadanakar – see Planetary Logos.
Lohengrin, a character in German Arthurian literature.
“Lohengrin”, a Romantic opera in three acts composed and written by R. Wagner.
low wide sledge, .
Luciferic sects, .
Luther, Martin (1483–1546), founder of the German Protestantism.
magic; magical; magician.
madam of ice halls, .
madam of the city – see small demonesses.
malt milk, .
Mann, Thomas (1875–1955) German novelist and essayist.
Manuscripts and polygraphy, .
Marx, Karl Heinrich (1818–1883), German revolutionary, sociologist, historian, and economist.
Marxism, the philosophical, economic and political doctrine which has arisen in 1840th and declared itself as the direct expression of radical interests of proletariat.
“Mask of Snow”, A. Blok’s poetic collection.
Material culture, .
material culture, .
material layers, .
matter, material substance that constitutes the observable universe and, together with energy, forms the basis of all objective phenomena.
May 1, Soviet holiday.
means of communication, .
memory, in psychology, the process in which information is encoded, stored, and retrieved.
metacultures, Shadanakar's segmentary partitionings.
Metternich, Klemens Wenzel Lothar (1773–1859), the Foreign Minister of the Austrian Empire in 1809–1848.
Middle Platonism – a section of the article Plato.
Milarepa (c. 1052 – c. 1135), one of Tibet's most famous yogis and poets.
miracle, an event not ascribable to human power or the laws of nature and consequently attributed to a supernatural.
Mode of life (a group).
Monsalvat, the zatomis of the Northwest metaculture.
“Monument”, V. Bryusov's verse.
Mother Earth, a Greater Elemental, mother to Shadanakar's all beings.
mother of the Gloom – see madam of ice halls.
motor vessel, .
•Mountains of North-West (a group).
Mudgabr, the active shrastr of the North Western metaculture.
multiple layers, .
Muses, in Greek mythology, the goddesses of the inspiration of literature, science and the arts.
Musical instruments (a group).
myth, narration about gods, spirits, idolized heroes and first progenitors.
mythology, 1) set of myths (of Ancient Greece, Ancient India and other countries); 2) the science studying emergence, the contents, distribution of myths. Mythology (a group).
naval rams, .
Neoplatonism – a section of the article Plato.
NEP, the economic policy of the government of the Soviet Union from 1921 to 1928, representing a temporary retreat from its previous policy of extreme centralization and doctrinaire socialism.
•Netherlands artists (a group).
new pedagogics, .
•New Testament, .
New Year tree, .
New year, .
Nietzsche, Friedrich (1844–1900), a German philologist, philosopher, poet and composer.
“Nocturnal”, A. Blok's verse.
•Northwest mythology (a group).
November 7, Soviet holiday.
nut tree, .
Objects of honoring (a group).
“On Kulikovo Field”, A. Blok's verse.
Ontology (a group).
•Ostrogothic Kingdom (493–553) (a group).
“other” letter, .
other materiality, existence in the form of a matter, other, than physical.
other Neva, the transphysical double of the Neva River in Duggur-Petersburg.
overhearing device, .
Pallas Athena, the Collective Soul of the Greco-Roman suprapeople and, in Greek mythology, the goddess of wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilization, law and justice.
pantheism, the doctrine that the universe conceived of as a whole is God and, conversely, that there is no God but the combined substance, forces, and laws that are manifested in the existing universe.
pantheistic – see pantheism.
paradise, a religious or metaphysical term for a place in which existence is positive, harmonious and eternal.
paraffin lamp, .
paraffin stove, .
Patanjali, one among the 18 siddhars in the Tamil siddha tradition. He is the compiler of the Yoga Sūtras.
Pechorin G.A., .
Penelope, in Homer's “Odyssey”, the faithful wife of Odysseus.
Percival, one of King Arthur's legendary Knights of the Round Table.
Pergamon, ancient city of the Hellenistic world in Asia Minor.
Pergamon Altar, Big altar of Zeus (180 BC) in the city of Pergamon.
•Perrault Ch. (a group).
“Peter”, A. Blok's verse.
Phaedra, in Greek mythology, the wife of Theseus, a king of Athens. She fell in love with Hippolytus, Theseus' son and her stepson.
philosophy, . Philosophy (a group) with subgroups Main categories; Schools, teachings.
Planetary Logos, .
Plato (428/427–348/347 BC), a philosopher in Classical Greece.
Platonism – a section of the article Plato.
•Polish culture (a group).
Polish literature (a group).
poppy pie, .
posthumous requital, .
primus stove, .
prisoner transportvehicle, .
Production products, .
Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, a Christian thinker, Neoplatonist, probably a Syrian monk.
Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite (flourished c. 500), probably a Syrian monk who wrote a series of works for the purpose of uniting Neoplatonic philosophy with Christian theology and mystical experience.
pseudo science, .
radio announcer, .
radio network, .
Railway transport (a group).
Ramakrishna (1836–1886), a famous mystic of 19th-century India.
Ramanuja (1117–1137), a Hindu theologian, philosopher, and scriptural exegete.
Ravenna, Ital. city.
reality. reason; see also intellect.
•Regions of France (a group).
•Regions of the North West (a group).
Reid, Thomas Mayne (1818–1883), English writer, author of adventure novels.
Religion philosophy (a group).
religion, . Religion (a group).
religion of the right hand, any of some outstanding historical religious systems, in each of which D. Andreev found the hidden monotheism.
religious denomination, .
religious system, .
reminiscence, use of separate elements of earlier known works of art on the same subject.
•Republic of South Africa (a group).
Resheph, Phoenician city – see Asra.
residence, the altar - palace - pagan temple in each city of Duggur, permanent residence of demonesses of the great cities.
Rishpon, Phoenician city – see Asra.
ritual, traditional order of carrying out any ceremony.
•Rivers of France (a group).
•Rivers of South America (a group).
•Romania and Moldova (a group).
“Rose and cross”, A. Blok's drama.
Rouen, Fr. city.
rough draft, .
“Rus”, A. Blok's verse.
Russian (language), language of Russians, the official language of the Russian Federation relating to east group of Slavic languages.
•Sacred Roman Empire (800–1806) (a group).
sacred subjects, .
sailing vessel, .
Saint-Simon, Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de (1760–1825), French utopian socialist.
Saraswati, the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, arts and science.
satanic – see Satan.
School (a group).
Sculptor of humanity – see Planetary Logos.
“Scythians”, A. Blok's verse.
sea silk, .
•Seafarers (a group).
semi-conscious – see subconsciousness.
Sephirot, a Kabbalah term, meaning emanations.
series (book), .
seven-year scholl, .
Shadanakár, own name of the bramfatura of our planet.
“She left. But hyacinths waited...”, A. Blok's verse.
short story, .
show trials, three widely publicized show trials held in the Soviet Union during the late 1930s, in which many prominent Old Bolsheviks were found guilty of treason and executed or imprisoned.
sign, the transfer from transphysical reality in Enrof information being most often a prevention, an important message or motivation to action.
sign (in semiotics).
single-track railway, .
Sire, respectful address.
small demonesses, .
Sofyin, Konstantin Vladimirovich (b. 1977), an author of the works on D. Andreev.
Solovyov, Vladimir Sergeyevich (1853–1900), the greatest Russian philosopher, a visionary.
sopel, a Russian pipe.
“soul” of a lyrical work; soul of verses, .
•Spanish culture (a group).
•Spanish literature (a group).
•Spanish politicians (a group).
sphere of Planetary Logos, one of three spheres of the World Salvaterra, Planetary Logos’s tenement.
spiritual culture, . Spiritual culture (a group).
spoil tip, .
staff meeting, .
•States of the USA (a group).
steam lokomotive, .
Stendhal (1783–1842), .
Stepanov, Aleksandr Mikhaylovich (b. 1943), biopower therapist, the author of the dictionary a part of which are many articles on the Rose of the World teaching.
“Stolypin” carriage, .
subconsciousness (adverb subconscious), the part of consciousness that is not currently in focal awareness.
sublime, the quality of greatness beyond all possibility of calculation, measurement or imitation.
superfluous men, 1840s and 1850s Russian literary concept derived from the Byronic hero.
supra-earthly – см. overground.
sweeper, a transport for witches.
symbolists, literary trend of the Silver age.
Synklite of Germany, .
Synklites of metacultures, .
table (set of data).
Technical tools (a group).
technology, . Technology (a group).
teddy bear, .
Templars, the most wealthy and powerful of the Western Christian military orders and the most relevant actors of the Christian finance.
“The Prince and the Pauper” (1881), a novel by Mark Twain.
“The snow maiden”, A. Blok's verse.
“The Twelve”, A. Blok's poem.
theodicy, the reasoning acquitting God concerning allowed by Him evil on the earth.
tiled stove, .
Titurel, a great human-spirit, a character of Wolfram von Eschenbach, the legendary personality closely connected with legends on knights of king Arthur's "round table" and on the Holy Grail.
“To my friends”, A. Blok's verse.
“To sin shamelessly, wakelessly...”, A. Blok's verse.
tower. tower block.
traffic light, .
tragic element, .
•Transphysics of Christian metacultures (a group).
•Transphysics of England (a group).
•Transphysics of France (a group).
•Transphysics of Germany (a group).
•Transphysics of the Byzantine metaculture (a group).
•Transphysics of the North Western metaculture (a group).
•Transphysics of the Romano-Catholic (a group).
•Transphysics of the USA (a group).
Transport and its service (a group).
trap – см. engulfer.
triangulable tower, .
trilogy novel, the plan of the historical work conceived by M. Lermontov.
Trinity, God as three divine persons or hypostases.
triple candelabrum, .
unconscious – see subconsciousness.
UNESCO , .
unprecedented commonwealth of Europe, name given by D. Andreev to the future European Union.
Upanishads, a collection of philosophical texts which form the theoretical basis for the Hindu religion.
Valkyrie, a female host in Norse mythology who decide which soldiers die in battle.
Vedanta, the goal (end) of the Vedas; a group of Indian philosophical traditions.
Vedas, a large body of texts which constitute the oldest scriptures of Hinduism.
venets, Slavic maiden’s headress.
vési, a form of Russian verb “vedat” (“to know”).
viaduct. victim. vigil.
Voice – see madam of ice halls.
Voronezh, city and administrative centre of Voronezh oblast (province), western Russia.
waggon , .
Wagner, Wilhelm Richard (1813–1883), a German composer.
wall newspaper, .
Water transport (a group).
Weimar, Germ. city.
•Western Roman Empire (313–476) (a group).
“When you were reading those tormented lines...”, A. Fet's verse.
whirling slough, the transphysical vortex cavity between Enrof and Agr intended for karmic descent.
•Wilde O. (a group).
wind tunnel, .
womanly essence – see madam of ice halls and small demonesses.
world culture, .
world literature, .
worlds of Retribution, the transphysical worlds into which people are attracted after their death by karmic weight of their lives.
work, a book, work on some subject.
Yagoda, Genrikh Grigoryevich (1891–1938), head of the Soviet secret police under Stalin from 1934 to 1936 and a central figure in the purge trials.
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Yezhov, Nikolay Ivanovich (1895–1939), Russian Communist Party official who, while chief of the Soviet security police (NKVD) from 1936 to 1938, administered the most severe stage of the great purges.
Zola, Emile (1840–1902), .
Zventa-Sventana, great God-born monad, the exponent of the World Feminity in Shadanakar with Whose degression in the heavenly country of some human metaculture associates the possibility of the future common to humanity Church on the earth – the Rose of thw World.