Editor: Anna Linde

January 10, 2019

Part 1. Preface (renewed on February 02, 2019)

Nicolai Levashov ( based his theory and statements on the postulate of the anisotropy (non-uniformity) of the Universe and the mutual influence of matter and non-uniformities of space that are everywhere in the Universe, from macrocosms (stars, planets, asteroids, etc) to microcosms (living matter, organic and non organic molecules and even single atoms).

The first thing I did was insert pieces of information (between the red lines) about the new knowledge taken from the books written by Nicolai Levashov. This fundamental information gathered from different parts of his books can be very useful in the understanding of all his writing and some additional thoughts and conclusions analyzed after Part 2. The Educational And Informational Segment. All of the information about this new knowledge is mostly in the books “The Final Appeal to Mankind“, “Spirit and Mind” and “The Anisotropic Universe” and also in his other books:  


Part 2. The Educational And Informational Segment 

2.1. THE UNIVERSE AND EARTH (taken partly from the books “The Final Appeal to Mankind” and “Spirit and Mind“) (renewed on December 03, 2019)

Our Universe is formed of seven primary matters. The so-called physical or dense matter, which we see and feel, originated when the primary matters merged in areas (non-uniformities) of space, where the necessary conditions for their confluence appeared. However, physically dense matter, which is more or less known to modern science, makes up only 10% of the matter of the Universe. The rest of it scientists call “dark matter” and do not specify what the 90% of that matter is. This 90% is actually the primary matters.

Primary matters fill all of space. They flow freely through one another and don’t merge with each other except in places having non-uniformities of space and the necessary conditions for merging of matter. Our Earth was formed of seven primary matters inside a large non-uniformity of space (space curvature). Let’s call primary matters — A, B, C, D, E, F, and G and they merge into 6 hybrid matters – AB, ABC, ABCD, ABCDE, ABCDEF, and ABCDEFG. The 6 hybrid matters were formed from the non-hollow, unmixed and mutually penetrable concentric spheres inserted into each other and having the same center.

The pictures below are from the books “The Final Appeal to Mankind” and “Spirit and Mind”. You can see the pictures that have the same numbers from parts 2.1. and 2.2. The first pictures that have the same numbers are from the book “Spirit and Mind” and the second set of pictures with the same numbers is from the book “The Final Appeal to Mankind”.


Fig. 11A sketch of the flowing primary matters, merged into 6 spheres of hybrid matters in the Earth’s non-uniformity of space.


Fig. 12 – A sketch of our actual Earth. 1-physically dense sphere (hybrid matter of ABCDEFG), where we all live; 2-ethereal sphere (hybrid matter of ABCDEF); 3-astral sphere (hybrid matter of ABCDE); 4-first mental sphere (hybrid matter of ABCD); 5-second mental sphere (hybrid matter of ABC); 6-third mental sphere (hybrid matter of AB).

We define planet Earth as consisting of six concentric spheres. Each interposed within another where the whole constitutes an UNBROKEN UNITY. This fact is essential for understanding many phenomena and mysteries of both living and non-living matter, such as the evolution of life on our planet. Following the completion of the structure of Earth, the large non-uniformity in that region of space is neutralized.

After the completion of the Earth’s formation the same kinds of primary matter that created the planet continue their circulation, but without merging with each other, like a river, overflowing a reservoir after filling it to the top. The formation of the Earth was completed six billion years ago. This was the first cycle of evolution of the various kinds of primary matters which resulted in the evolution of non-living matter. The second step was the evolution of living matter.

All spheres are material. The hybrid matter of ABCDEFG i.e., the physically dense sphere 1 consists of 4 conditions – solid, liquid, gas and plasma. Other spheres are invisible to most people’s eyes. Actually, for most people, the eyes were developed especially for life on the surface of the physically dense sphere 1 and people don’t have sensors to see other hybrid matters or primary matters. Furthermore, we still have not created physically dense devices and sensors to register other spheres of the Earth or other hybrid matters. They, meaning dark matter is still invisible to the existing devices and sensors.

The Earth’s physically dense sphere 1 is the smallest sphere. The border (surface) of the ethereal sphere 2 is above the stratosphere (7-10 km above solid and water surface). The border (surface) of the astral sphere 3 is probably at about the height of the space station that orbits at 300 – 500 km.


It’s interesting that some cosmonauts and astronauts during their space flight had prophetic dreams ( and also they could see, hear and feel very unusual and interesting things (

They could hear a barking dog, speech of other beings or could feel they became animals including dinosaurs or beings from outer space. These phenomenons were not their imagination. These were the real events that cosmonauts and astronauts encountered, saw, heard and felt while, during their space flight, they were inside the low astral world (level) of the astral sphere of earth.

The border of the biggest sphere 6 on Earth is at about 60 thousand km above the physically dense sphere 1. So our actual Earth is much bigger than we think.


Our universe has a fractal dimensionality L = 3.00017… (real physical, not abstract mathematical) which is very close to the number three, thereby giving rise to the widely-held misconception that space is three-dimensional. This fractal number exists because the existing space has its own qualitative structure i.e., the aggregation of some qualitative characteristics that are impacting and changing dimensionality. Furthermore, all non-uniformities (space curvatures) of space posses fractal numbers of dimensionality too and their qualitative characteristics are other than the qualitative characteristics of space without non-uniformities.


Fig. 11The change of fractal dimensionality L on and in the Earth.

Moreover, on a macroscopic scale, every material body (stars, planets, etc.) changes by itself (with its presence) the dimensionality and curvature of the space around it. This effect is especially pronounced around large material bodies of outer space, i.e., the stars. The scientists are already aware that during a solar eclipse there is a visible curvature in the rectilinear propagation of electromagnetic light waves from the sun.

This is an example of how material bodies change dimensionality and deform the space they happen to occupy. Every massive material body in outer space (the stars, planets, asteroids, etc.) is composed of atoms and molecules that make up the stars, planets, etc. These atoms, organic and nonorganic molecules, living matter, etc. have an impact on the microcosm around them and alter its dimensionality but this is virtually undetectable by modern devices.

Also, various kinds of radiation (i.e., infrared, visible, ultraviolet, etc.), electromagnetic waves and the cosmic microwave background influence the microcosm or macrocosm and change its dimensionality. For example, increased infrared radiation (i.e., heating) is actually one of the qualitative characteristics of the neighboring space which can change the dimensionality of this space. This change decreases when the distance from the source of infrared radiation increases. If at some distance this change is significant enough, all the water surrounding it turns into steam because water cannot exist as a liquid at this value of dimensionality around the source of infrared radiation.

Moreover, the change of the air environment in dimensionality can be due to changes in the air pressure, the movement of air masses or changes of the air density. In the liquid environment, the change of dimensionality can be due to changes in the liquid pressure, movement of liquid masses or the changes of liquid density.


2.2. THE EVOLUTION OF LIVING MATTER (taken from the books “The Final Appeal to Mankind” and “Spirit and Mind“) (renewed on February 02, 2019)

The absolute requisites for the origin of life on planets are the following:
— presence of a constant dimensionality gradient;
— water;
— atmosphere;
— periodic succession of day and night;
— atmospheric electrical discharges.
Life is automatically generated on all planets meeting these conditions. There are billions of such planets in the universe. Our planet Earth is not a unique creation of nature. Billions of civilizations exist in the Universe, giving rise to both human and other forms of intelligent life.

On Earth life started in the primeval ocean that had a high concentration of carbon atoms abounded, along with other elements, providing the building blocks for organic molecules. But special conditions were needed for joining the long chains together, namely, an active energy source to impact the stability of the carbon atoms and trigger a new combination of carbon atoms into forming chains. That source was provided by lightening electrical discharges in the atmosphere. This powerful energy discharge gave rise to conditions favoring the combination of carbon atoms into new and different sequences, as follows:


From such chains, molecules were derived, possessing a molecular weight of a
hundred, a thousand or even ten thousand atomic units. In turn, these molecules were
able to interconnect and form even larger molecules. While the atomic weights of inorganic molecules do not exceed three hundred to four hundred units, the organic
molecules have virtually no limit to their molecular weight.

Why do these same carbon atoms, when combined in a different spatial order, become the basis of living nature? The answer is — they do so because of the following distinctive qualities of organic molecules:
1. The spatial distribution of organic molecules is nonuniform in the different spatial directions.
2. The molecular weight of organic molecules ranges from several dozen to several million atomic units.
3. The distribution of their molecular weight is also nonuniform in the different spatial directions.

As a result of these distinctive qualities, the organic molecules impact their surrounding space differently in the various spatial directions. DNA and RNA molecules most conspicuously manifest this phenomenon (see Fig. 20, Fig 21).


Fig. 20The spatial structure of a segment of an RNA molecule, composed of a chain of consecutively connected nucleotides: guanine, adenine, thymine and cytosine. Its molecular weight runs into hundreds, thousands, or millions of nuclear units and exhibits a disproportionate distribution in the various spatial directions.
Spatial anisotropy of the DNA and RNA molecules is a necessary condition for the origin of life. It is precisely spatial non-uniformity at the micro-space level that creates the necessary and sufficient conditions for the emergence of living matter.
Non-living matter shows a symmetrical spatial organization, in contrast to the spatial qualitative asymmetry, which is the requisite for living matter. Indeed, a curious paradox of nature, is it not: asymmetry -living matter?
So spatial non-uniformity not only gives rise to the birth of stars and black holes in the uni-verse, but also is the reason for that wonder of nature called the miracle of life.


Fig. 21End view of a DNA and RNA molecule. The spirals of these molecules create a kind of tunnel in micro-space, the inner volume of which has a radial dimensionality gradient. With-in the DNA/RNA spirals, the anisotropic structure of microspace is created.

This gives rise to a kind of “suction funnel” for all molecules inside the cells which, while in motion, come into “dangerous” proximity to the DNA/RNA molecules.

This presents a curious analog} to a black hole, which draws into itself any matter which has “encroached” on its “territory” — that area of space to which all matter is irresistibly drawn. In both cases (i.e. the DNA/RNA molecules and the black holes), the drawing in of matter is due to the constantly changing dimensionality gradients in the vicinity of these material objects. The only difference is in the size these dimensionality gradients and in the fact that events unfold at a micro-space level for DNA/RNA molecules and in macrospace for black holes.

The atoms comprising these molecules create long chains curled into spirals. It is precisely the spiral spatial form of these RNA and DNA molecules that create the qualities crucial for the existence of LIVING MATTER. What are these ESSENTIAL QUALITIES that give rise to the miracle of life? What permits us to speak of a new evolutionary stage of living matter — the evolution of life itself? Let us try to fathom this miracle that is the wellspring of all living life…
A special quality of the RNA and DNA molecules is that the inner space of their spiral forms a distinctive tunnel. The spiral molecule has a significant impact on the dimensionality level of the tunnel’s microspace. At the same time, this impact on the inner volume of the tunnel is UNEQUAL in the different spatial directions (see Fig. 22). Let us keep in mind that every atom influences its surrounding microspace.


Fig. 22The spiral architecture of the DNA/RNA molecules creates a nonuniform (anisotropic) microspace within the inner volume of these molecules. The radial and longitudinal dimensionality gradients, intersecting each other in that inner volume of the molecular spirals, create a longitudinal standing wave of dimensionality gradients.
Such spatial architecture creates a trap for all other molecules, both organic and inorganic. As a result of the molecules’ Brownian movement inside a cell, they wind up close to the DNA/RNA molecules.
The radial dimensionality gradient within the spirals forces the molecules caught inside the spirals’ inner volume to move lengthwise along the DNA/RNA‘s so-called optical axis. As they move through the inner spirals, the “captive” molecules fall under the influence of the varying dimensionality gradients.
1. Anisotropic (nonuniform) inner space of a DNA/RNA inner spiral.
2. Dimensionality gradient of the microspace along the Y axis.
3. Dimensionality gradient of the microspace along the Z axis.
4. Standing wave of microspace dimensionality gradient within the inner volume of the DNA/RNA spirals along the X axis, contiguous with the axis of these molecules.
5. “Captured” external molecule, D.

Atomic compounds have a cumulative impact from all their constituent atoms upon the microspace dimensionality of their molecules. At the same time, the spatial orientation of each atom forming the compound is also significant. The spiral structure of the RNA and DNA molecules creates the conditions whereby the major influence from most of the constituent atoms is concentrated inside the inner spiral volume of the molecules.
The dimensionality change of the RNA/DNA spiral’s outer space is insignificant. However, it is important to note that the dimensionality change of its inner space is nonuniform in various directions.
The turns of the spiral create periodically repetitive dimensionality gradients (see Fig. 22). The gradients in the inner space create a standing dimensionality wave, the parameters of which do not change either in time or space. The molecular spiral of the DNA and RNA creates a gradual rise and fall in dimensionality in the radial directions — that is, a kind of up and down “roller coaster” effect (see Fig. 23, Fig. 24).


Fig. 23Molecules caught within the DNA/RNA‘s inner spiral volume fall under the influence of the radial dimensionality gradients and begin to move along the spiral’s axis. As they move, they become subject to the effect of the microspace dimensionality gradient created by the standing wave.
For most of the captive molecules this gradient is overpowering and triggers their disintegration into their constituent primary matters.
1. Anisotropic inner volume of a DNA/RNA spiral.
2. Microspace dimensionality gradient along the Y axis.
3. Microspace dimensionality gradient along the Z axis.
4. Standing wave of microspace dimensionality gradients inside the DNA/RNA spiral tunnels along the X axis, contiguous with the axis of these molecules.
5. “Captured” external molecule, D.


Fig. 24Under impact of the longitudinal dimensionality gradients along the spiral’s axis, molecule D becomes unstable, and when the fluctuations reach a critical value, it disintegrates into its component primary matters. This is followed by a synthesis of D’ molecules possessing a self-dimensionality level that keeps them stable against the impact of the longitudinal dimensionality gradients of the standing wave inside the DNA/RNA molecular spiral.
These D’ molecules which are re-synthesized from primary matter into smaller units and are stable against the DNA/RNA dimensionality gradients are really toxins — slag and should be expelled from the organism.

Within the DNA/RNA molecular inner space, nuclear reactions of disintegration and synthesis are taking place. Of course these nuclear reactions whereby outside molecules are drawn into the spiral trap and exposed to disintegration are different from other more familiar types. Nevertheless, the fact remains that inside living matter nuclear reactions, involving the splitting and synthesis of molecules do occur. And there is no inconsistency in the fact that — in living matter — nuclear reactions can occur only inside
DNA/RNA molecular spirals in a microscopic volume of space, no matter how large the molecules are. And during this process no chain reaction occurs, as in the case of classical nuclear reactions.
1. Anisotropic (nonuniform) inner volume of DNA/RNA spirals.
2. Dimensionality gradient of microspace along the Y axis.
3. Dimensionality gradient of microspace along the X axis.
4. Standing wave of the microspace dimensionality gradient inside the DNA/RNA spiral tunnels along the X axis, contiguous to the axis of these molecules.
5. A synthesized D’ molecule.

It is precisely the standing dimensionality wave created by the DNA/RNA spiral molecular structure that provides the CONDITIONS SUFFICIENT for the origin of life. Let us try to clarify why this is so. RNA and DNA molecules are in a watery medium. Sea water, which is the primary cradle of life, contains a huge amount of molecules and ions of both organic and inorganic origin. They are in constant chaotic motion as a consequence of which ions and molecules periodically enter the inner space of the RNA/DNA spiral. And the miracle of life is consummated…! The key to this miracle is very simple: the inner spiral space of the RNA or DNA molecule constitutes a trap for all the molecules entering into it. The radial dimensionality gradient holds the entrapped molecules inside the RNA/DNA spiral. At the same time, the radial dimensionality gradient causes free matter to move along it. This results in the generation of gravitational forces directed toward the axis of the RNA/DNA spiral (see Fig. 23).
Therefore, all the molecules propelled by Brownian movement into the inner spiral space begin to move along the spiral’s axis. Just as a river current sweeps up whatever gets into it, the radial gradient carries away the entrapped molecules. Only the fastest molecules break away from the trap, thereby undergoing a partial loss of their potential. All the other molecules begin moving along the spiral’s axis.

The RNA or DNA spiral creates a standing wave of dimensionality gradient along the axis. The entrapped molecules, during their forced movement along the axis, enter zones of varying dimensionality levels. Every molecule has its own self-dimensionality level at which it is maximally stable. Also, there is a dimensionality value range within which a molecule can exist without disintegrating.
As soon as the trapped molecules moving along the axis enter a zone of marginal dimensionality, they become unstable and begin to disintegrate (see Fig. 23). All seven primary matters, constituting physically solid substance, are released as a result of this molecular disintegration.
Part of the free matter recreates new atoms and molecules, possessing their own dimensionality level equal to the dimensionality of the disintegration zone. Generally, newly created molecules do not disintegrate during their forced movement along the axis. Upon leaving the RNA or DNA‘s inner spiral space, they end up in a watery medium (see Fig. 24).
They are often chemically active and consequently inimical toward RNA/DNA molecules as well as other interior cell formations. To anticipate a bit, let us note that these molecules, which we shall later dub “toxins” or slag, are expelled from cells and organisms (i.e., multicellular organisms).
But let us resume our analysis of the processes developing within the inner RNA/DNA spiral space…
As we have seen, part of the freed primary matter forms stable atoms and molecules. But what happens to the rest? At this point of our exploration, we approach an understanding of the mystery of life.
Free matter begins flowing to other levels through a channel between the physical and etheric planetary spheres which is created within the RNA/DNA spiral space. Let us recall that every molecule — especially such huge ones as RNA or DNAdeforms its surrounding microspace. At the same time, it also deforms the etheric level of the planet.
The shape of the deformation completely copies the molecular forms of the RNA or DNA, as well as that of all the other molecules. It is like what happens to a pothole in the road that fills with water during a rainstorm. If the rain persists, it gets completely filled to overflowing and the excess water drains onto the low-lying terrain.
Similarly, free matter, flowing onto the etheric level, completely fills in the deformation “pothole”. The excess matter breaks free from its planetary captivity. The main question here is — what types of free matter are involved in the process and why do they fill up this deformity on the etheric level?
To answer this question — let us recall that the etheric sphere (level) was formed from the merge of six free primary matter forms (ABCDEF). Therefore the etheric deformation (“pothole”) gets filled only with G, the seventh primary matter, which is the only one lacking in the composition of the etheric sphere, the six-matter hybrid.
Once the deformity of the etheric sphere is filled with G matter, an exact replica of the RNA or DNA molecule is created. Thus the so-called etheric body of the RNA or DNA molecule is formed (see Fig. 25, section 2). As soon as the etheric body is complete, the qualitative barrier between it, the etheric sphere and the physical sphere disappears. This is because the system — etheric body plus etheric sphere -corresponds to physical matter in structure and quality.


Fig. 25Formation of a replica of a DNA/RNA molecule at the etheric level — the so-called etheric body. The etheric body is created from primary matter G. The qualitative difference between the physical and the etheric spheres lies in the lack of G matter at the etheric level. Within the zone of influence of the DNA/RNA molecular spirals, the qualitative barrier between the physical and etheric spheres disappears and the qualitative balance of primary matters is restored.
The etheric body is formed from a primary matter which is released into the DNA/RNA spiral tunnels when the molecules trapped inside disintegrate into their constituent matters. Microscopic, living “black holes” in the cells provide a non-stop flow of released primary matters to the etheric level. This provides constant replenishment of G matter to the etheric bodies and ensures their stability.
1. A physical DNA/RNA molecule.
2. An etheric copy, or etheric body, of a DNA/RNA molecule.

A permanent channel is created between the physically solid molecule and the etheric body of the RNA or DNA molecule. Unbound (“freed up”) matter continues to flow into the etheric and other planetary spheres through this channel. If the molecules trapped inside the inner spiral space of the RNA or DNA cease disintegrating, the molecular etheric body either totally disappears or loses its optimum density. It is similar to a puddle on the road — if it does not rain for a while, all the water evaporates
and only a pothole remains.

And so, the constant disintegration of molecules “trapped” within the RNA/DNA‘s inner spiral space is an absolute requisite for the origin of life.


2.3. From the bookThe Final Appeal to Mankind(renewed on February 02, 2019):

But organic molecules, even with their new qualities (i.e., an etheric structure and the circulation of primary matters), are not yet alive; they merely possess the conditions necessary for the origin of life. We may speak of life only when a combination of several organic molecules acquires another new quality — the ability to replicate.
The first living structure is the virus, the most primitive life form, a transitional
form between the living and non-living. In a water environment, the virus behaves like a living compound; when dehydrated it appears lifeless and is, in effect, a crystal, a condition in which it can survive indefinitely. When it is returned to a watery environment, the virus changes from a crystal to a primitive life form (Fig. 17). Understanding viral behavior as alive under one set of conditions and as lifeless under another, provides the comprehension and solution to life’s great enigma which orthodox science has hitherto been powerless to solve.


Fig. 17. The Viral RNA Molecule in Different States of Hydration.
1. In the dehydrated state the virus appears as a lifeless form. The channel between the physical and etheric levels is closed.
2. When rehydrated the viral RNA molecule attaches OH– — H+ groups to free
electron bonds thus creating a curvature of space sufficient for the disintegration of simple molecules and creating conditions for the primary matters resulting from that disintegration to flow to the etheric level.

What is the nature of this phenomenon?
It is essentially as follows: the viral structure in a water environment creates
a minimal channel between the physical and etheric levels, which mediates the disintegration of simple organic and inorganic molecules. This creates conditions for the primary matters — the disintegration by-products — to flow over from the physical to the etheric level — a chain of events which leads to the formation of an EXACT REPLICA of the virus on the etheric level. When heated, the weak bonding between the atoms of a viral RNA molecule and its OH– and H+ groups breaks. This results in water loss (dehydration), a decrease in atomic weight, which reduces the curvature of the viral microspace, and a decrease in the diameter of the channel between the physical and etheric levels. With the drop in the viral microspace curvature, even the simplest organic and inorganic molecules no longer disintegrate. The dehydrated viral RNA then behaves just like any other organic or inorganic molecule (Fig. 17, left).
When, however, the virus returns to a water environment, its RNA molecule reattaches the OH– and H+ groups. The cumulative atomic weight becomes critical, the degree of microspace curvature surrounding the molecule increases — causing the disintegration of the simpler organic and inorganic molecules and the release of their primary matters, which then flow over to the etheric level (Fig. 17, right). On the etheric level, an exact replica of the virus is created out of type G-matter. This is the first qualitative distinction that permits us to consider the virus the earliest primitive living organism.
The second qualitative distinction is the ability of the virus to replicate its
structure — to create a double of itself on the physical level — a function that is linked to the quality of the spatial structure surrounding it.  

The RNA molecule is composed of two chain-like spirals: the atoms within the
chains are very strongly bonded together, while the atoms attaching the two chains to each other are very weakly joined.
The viral RNA molecule is a prerequisite for the development of the new quality— replication — that characterizes life.
Viruses first arose in the ocean. The fluid movement caused their displacement
from one location to another, exposing them to various external conditions, including different levels and types of radiation.
This changed the atomic structure of the viral RNA so as to cause the bonding
between the spirals to weaken. Even minor changes in the external environment were sufficient to rupture the molecular bonds and divide a viral RNA into two chains, quite separate from each other. Then, out of the plethora of molecules surrounding it, each link of the chain could attach to its vacant electron bond only those molecules that were mirror images of itself. The latter molecules, known as nucleotides, i.e., adenine, thymine, cytosine, and uracil, then united to reproduce an exact copy of the second missing chain, so that instead of one viral RNA molecule, two identical RNA molecules appeared. A necessary precondition for this to occur was the availability of just the right kind and amount of nucleotides and water.
At this point, we must emphasize one very important peculiarity that sets viruses apart from other, more sophisticated organisms. At the moment the molecule splits into two spirals, its microcosmic curvature decreases and the channel between the physical and etheric levels closes again. Only after each of the spirals is finished building its mirror image does its atomic weight return to critical, causing the channel between the physical and etheric levels to reopen.

We will consider this mechanism in greater detail later when describing the process of cell division. Meanwhile, let us return to our description of the stages of the origin of life. A virus, as we stated before, is the simplest organism, an RNA molecule encased in a protein membrane. This membrane insulates the RNA molecule from its outer environment, buffering the impact of external factors and creating a state of maximum stability. It also slows down the motion of organic and inorganic molecules through it, thus creating a “microclimate” of its own around the RNA molecule. The viral protein capsule is, in effect, a prototype of the cell membrane. In the course of further evolution, various changes occurred — mutations in the RNA structure — due to the impact of various forms of radiation, temperature, pressure, and active chemical substances. This changed the properties of the viral structure and the extent of its influence on its microspace.

Few of the many mutations were positive — perhaps one in one thousand. But
over time, the cumulative effect of the positive changes gave rise to new properties.
The membrane around the RNA molecule also changed. The appearance of a multilayered membrane created a more stable environment around the RNA molecule. As a result, changes in external conditions exerted a weaker influence on the composition and condition of the membrane’s inner environment. The appearance of the fat layer, serving as an armored protection of the protein layers around the RNA, and later, the DNA molecule, reduced the influence of the outer environment to a minimum. Now only abrupt changes in the environment, destroying the membrane, could affect the inner environment of the organism.
Furthermore, the fat layers of the membrane, being endowed with hydrophobic, i.e., water–repellant properties, reduced the circulation of cellular substance to a minimum, further enhancing the stability and relative independence of the inner from the outer environment. From this moment in the process of the evolution of life we may speak of the emergence of the “protocell.”
Further evolution as a consequence of random and accidental mutations resulted in the appearance of the first monocellular organisms. Some of these simple monocellular organisms were silicon-based. Structurally inflexible and very sensitive, silicon-based organisms were unable to adapt to the rapidly changing conditions of the environment. They gradually disappeared and were replaced by carbon-based organisms.
All systems strive to obtain maximum stability and equilibrium. Under the impact of the external environment, the earliest monocellular organisms were partially destroyed, losing intracellular organic substances and suffering damage to the cellular membrane itself. Only systems that could independently regain stability and restore structural integrity were able to survive and continue evolving. This required the replenishment of their losses.
Since the primeval ocean had very low concentrations of organic substances, it
was very difficult for monocellular organisms to extract what they needed to restore their integrity. Let us recall the mechanisms involved in the formation of organic substances from inorganic molecules of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, etc. This reaction takes place when water, saturated by inorganic molecules and atoms, is struck by electrical discharges generated by the differential of static electrical charge between the Earth’s atmosphere and surface. Electrical discharges curve the microspace around these substances, creating the conditions for the bonding of carbon atoms in chains and the emergence of organic molecules.
Synthesis of the simplest organic compounds must occur inside the monocellular organisms themselves to enable them to restore and preserve their structure. The synthesis of organic out of inorganic molecules is possible after a change in microcosmic dimensions of a value of ∆L ≈ 0.020203236. Neither simple nor complex living organisms are able to create an electrical discharge comparable in magnitude to that obtained from the atmosphere. In the course of evolution, however, the simplest monocellular organisms evolved an intermediate version, which provided the required value of ∆L.

Remember that each molecule, each atom, changes its microcosm by a certain
value. The maximal change is caused by organic molecules. Very large organic molecules like those of DNA and RNA make such a strong impact on their microcosm that simple organic molecules in their vicinity disintegrate rather than synthesize into larger structures. A change in microcosmic dimensions by a value of 0 < ∆L ≤ 0.020203236 is necessary for the synthesis of organic from inorganic molecules.Such an impact on the microcosm is effected by intermediate-sized organic molecules.

Since the required molecules in monocellular organisms need to be only one
tenth the size of RNA and DNA molecules, the problem should be readily solved. However, the situation is not that simple. Every molecule changes its microcosm and this change is permanent as long as the molecule itself remains intact. But, for the synthesis of organic molecules, the microcosmic dimensions must fluctuate with an
amplitude of:
0 < ∆L < 0.010101618, and be periodic.
For this to occur, molecules within monocellular organisms must be able to respond to even minimal external environmental stimuli by fluctuations in their microcosmic dimensions of 0 < ∆L < 0.010101618. At the same time environmental radiations must be able to penetrate their membranes unimpeded without destroying the monocellular organisms.

The external factors meeting all these demands are the low thermal and optical
radiations of the sun. Other segments of solar radiation, such as x- and gamma radiation are destructive to organic compounds and organisms. What situation, then, can provide organic substances and organisms with the softer, lower frequency radiations from the sun, while simultaneously filtering out the harsher, higher frequency solar radiations?
Again, the solution is provided by water. Sea water absorbs x-rays and gamma
radiation and allows the passage of the sun’s thermal and optical radiations, which readily penetrate the membranes of monocellular organisms.
Therefore, the following conditions are both necessary and sufficient for the cellular synthesis of organic substances:

a) the presence of organic molecules within monocellular organisms, which can
readily change their structure in response to changes in external factors, leading to fluctuations in microcosmic dimensions within a range of:
0 < ∆L < 0.010101618…

b) the presence of external factors, such as low frequency thermal and optical
radiations from the sun, that will cause the required changes in molecular structure without destroying the molecules of monocellular organisms….

Additionally, by the synthesis and accumulation of organic substances inside
their structure, the simplest monocellular organisms provided the requisite amount of organic molecules for the process of duplication — i.e., cell division.
First, let us recall what happens in a simple, monocellular organism, like (non-
viral) DNA. When a monocellular organism accumulates the critical mass of organic molecules, this changes the microcosmic dimension within the cell, triggering cellular instability. Primary matters begin to flow from the physical to the etheric level, initiating cell division.
As in the virus, the spirals of the simple DNA molecule also diverge in the division process, each to recreate its own mirror image. However, unlike the virus, after splitting off from each other, each spiral creates its own channel between the physical and etheric levels. And both channels remain open during the buildup of mirror images. With the completion of the full structure, a supercritical microcosmic curvature appears, triggering the disintegration of the structure. This causes the primary matters
which comprise the mass of the structure to overflow onto the etheric level. As disintegration of mass proceeds, and the amount of mass decreases, the channels originally created by it narrow, and the flow of primary matters between the levels gradually returns to normal.
However, during the time of the greatest flow of primary matters between the
levels, the concentration of G-matter becomes several times higher than normal on the etheric level. This is followed by a reversal of flow of G-matter back from the etheric to the physical level through the channel. In this process of reversal of flow the etheric structure of the DNA molecule recreates itself on the physical level, thus restoring its complete physical structure. The system now attains a state of equilibrium: two physically stable DNA molecules with balanced channels between the physical and etheric levels. The understanding of this process is crucial for fathoming the mystery of the origin of life on Earth.
What exactly is the process of cell division, and how does it occur? Let us explore and try to understand this mechanism, which is essential for the continuation of all life. Let us consider the process of division in the case of a complex cell. First, either through photosynthesis or by assimilation of substances from the external environment, organic substances concentrate within the cell; this concentration becomes critical, the cell loses its stability, and the division process begins.
The cell’s centrioles diverge to opposite poles of the cell and became the foci
around which the division process begins (Fig. 18).


Fig. 18. The First Phase of Cell Division.
The centrioles diverge to the opposite poles of the cell and protein filaments
draw the chromosomes out of the original nuclei.
1. Physically dense cell (Physical body of the cell).
2. Etheric body of the cell.
3. Nuclei of the cell.
4. Centrioles of the cell.
5. Channel of primary matter circulation between the physical and etheric levels
of the cell.
6. Golgi bodies.
7. Mitochondria.
8. Endoplasmatic system.
9. Nuclear chromosomes.

Protein filaments draw the chromosomes out of the original cell nucleus toward the centrioles, and this initiates the formation of two new nuclei (Fig. 19).


Fig. 19. The Creation of Two Nuclei.
Each nucleus has a half-set of the required chromosomes.
1. Physically dense cell (Physical body of the cell).
2. Etheric body of the cell.
3. Nuclei of the cell.
4. Centrioles .
5. Nuclear channels.
7. Mitochondria.
8. Endoplasmatic system.
9. Nuclear chromosomes.

Initially the new nuclei each contain half the set of required chromosomes. Each nucleus will create a channel to the etheric level. Together these channels are virtually equal in size to the channel created by one whole nucleus. The dimension of the cell’s microcosm remains essentially unchanged and the balance of the flow between the physical and etheric levels remains the same. (Fig. 19: the levels of fluid in the communicating vessels are similar.). Each chromosome of each nucleus recreates its mirror-image out of the organic substances accumulated in the cell. This is a manifestation of the natural tendency of any system to achieve a state of maximum stability.
Upon completion of the process, two nuclei are created inside one cell, each
with a channel through which primary matters flow to the etheric level. The presence of two nuclei within the cell creates a curvature of its microcosm that renders the cell unstable. Its constituent organic substances start disintegrating and the released primary matters flow over to the etheric level (Fig. 20).


Fig. 20. Creation of a Double Set of Chromosomes.
The two nuclei inside the cell create a double set of chromosomes resulting in a
supercritical state for all cellular constituents. Cellular substance disintegrates releasing
its primary matters.
1. Physically dense cell (Physical body of the cell).
2. Etheric body of the cell.
3. Nuclei of the cell.
5. Nuclear channels.
7. Mitochondria .
8. Endoplasmatic system.
9. Nuclear chromosomes.

As the process continues, the amount of primary matter flowing from the physical to the etheric level is much greater than the amount flowing to the physical from the etheric level (Fig. 20: note the levels of the communicating vessels.) Accompanying the process of the cell’s physical disintegration, two etheric bodies of the cell are created on the etheric level since each single nucleus also creates an identical microcosmic curvature on the etheric level. (Fig. 21).


Fig. 21. Creation of a Second Etheric Body.
With the physical disintegration of the cell, the second etheric body of the cell is
created. As this occurs the concentration of G-matter in the etheric body of the cell exceeds that on the physical level.
1. Physical level.
2. Etheric level.
3. Nuclei of the cell.
5. Nuclear channels.

When this occurs the amount of primary matter, especially G-matter, which flows to the etheric level, becomes excessive on that level (Fig. 21). Upon complete disintegration of the former physical cell, its constituent organic molecules, the building blocks for new cell creation, remain. When the flooding of primary matters from the physical level over to the etheric level ceases, the excess amount of G-matter from the two new emerging etheric cells starts flowing via the same channels from the etheric to the physical body and creates a projection of the etheric cell on the physical level (Fig. 21a).


Fig. 21a. Reversal of Flow of G-matter.
After complete disintegration of the physical body of the cell, the excess quantity
of G-matter in the two new cells formed in the etheric body begins to flow through
the same channels from the etheric to the physical level.
1. Physical level.
2. Etheric level.
3. Nuclei of the etheric bodies of the cell.
5. Nuclear channels.

This creates an additional microcosmic curvature on a projection area at the physical level, resulting in the synthesis of the required molecules out of the biomass of the former cell (Fig. 22).


Fig. 22. Projection of the Form of the Etheric to the Physical Body.
Two cellular etheric bodies serve as templates for the synthesis of two new
physical cells. The form of the template is projected via the reverse flow of G-matter from the etheric to the physical levels, where it organizes the biomass remaining after
disintegration of the cellular physical substance.
1. Physical level.
2. Etheric body of the cell.
3. Nuclei of the etheric bodies of the cell.
4. Centrioles .
5. Nuclear channels.
6. Golgi body.
7. Mitochondria .
8. Endoplasmatic system. 

The synthesis of the necessary molecules and their placement will be in the order designated by the template given by the cell’s etheric bodies. An analogous and very similar process is the magnetization and distribution of iron filings along the lines of force of a magnetic field. Upon completion of the synthesis, two completely new cells are formed with the image and likeness of the former cell, and a balanced flow of primary matters between the physical and etheric levels is achieved (Fig. 23).


Fig. 23. The Creation of Two New Physical Cells.
Two new physically solid cells are synthesized from two etheric templates. Each
cell is an exact replica of the cell prior to its division.
1. Physically solid cell (Physical body of the cell).
2. Etheric body of the cell.
3. Nuclei of the cell.
4. Centrioles of the cell.
5. Channels of the cell.
6. Golgi apparatus.
7. Mitochondria.
8. Endoplasmatic system


2.4. From the bookSpirit and Mind(renewed on February 02, 2019):

….The emergence of an etheric body is a qualitatively new stage in the evolution of matter. Imprisoned matter had found a way to get free from captivity. This is the way of living matter: emergence of an etheric body marks the first step in the evolution of free matter. We may only speak of complete liberation on an evolutionary level when physically solid living matter evolves all six spiritual bodies.

The spirit (or soul) comprises a system of bodies which living matter evolves in the process of adapting to the environment. By truly understanding the spirit, we hold the key to grasping a host of natural phenomena — conception, death, transformation, clinical death, multiple personality, psychic dysfunction and many others. Each body of the spirit is a structural copy of the physical body on a corresponding planetary level.

Complementary relationship between number of primary matters in Earth planetary spheres and human spiritual bodies:


Spiritual bodies have a qualitative structure according to the differing quantities of primary matter forms. The number of matter forms comprising each spiritual body is determined by the qualitative structure of the planetary sphere on which the body is formed.
The smaller the number of matter forms that merged to form a given planetary sphere, the larger the number of matter forms making up the spiritual body on that level. The law governing this process is simple: seven primary matters make up everything in our universe. The physical sphere resulted from the mergence of all seven primary matters, while the astral sphere, for example, was created out of five matter forms.
Thus, a qualitative difference of two primary matters creates a barrier between the physical and astral spheres. When a channel develops between them, an astral body begins to form from the only two primary matters lacking in the composition of the hybrid astral sphere. It is only when a living organism, in the course of evolution, develops an astral body from the two primary matters which the astral sphere lacks that this qualitative barrier disappears (5+2=7).
At the same time, the astral body’s density should be compatible with that of the matter forming the astral sphere. A similar process occurs on all the other planetary spheres. Thus a complete first mental body is composed of three primary matters (4+3=7); a complete second mental body out of four primary matters (3+4=7); a complete third mental body out of five primary matters (2+5=7); a complete fourth mental body out of six primary matters (1+6=7).

It is only on completion of the planetary evolutionary cycle that all the planetary qualitative barriers disappear. The only question is — what living organisms are capable of attaining such a qualitative evolution? The answer to this question lies at the very inception of life’s origin.
The true moment of life’s beginning is marked by the formation of the RNA‘s etheric body, for the following reasons:
1. In a watery environment, a virus (i.e., an RNA molecule with a protein membrane) creates a stable etheric body and triggers a continuous disintegration of “trapped” molecules.
2. The process of replication of the RNA molecule and its protein membrane starts with the accumulation of the requisite amount of nucleotides.
It is precisely the ability to reproduce that warrants considering the virus to be the first living organism (see Ch. 2, op. cit.). The next stage in the evolution of living matter is the emergence of monocellular organisms. Their advantage over the virus is their multilayered cellular membrane, which creates a stable chemical environment inside the cell.
Additionally, the cellular membrane serves as a defense against a hostile external environment, thereby creating favorable conditions for the further evolution of life. Movement of the primal ocean’s upper layers exposed the same types of monocellular organisms to many different kinds of external conditions, which impelled them either to change or die.
A diverse array of animal and vegetable one-celled creatures arose from exposure to a variety of environments. A primitive ecological system began to be formed. Their locomotor ability boosted evolution and led them to acquire a certain independence from the vicissitudes of the outside milieu.
The next evolutionary leap came when one-celled organisms joined into a single aggregate by uniting the appendages of their cellular membranes (e.g.,Volvox). Union of these aggregates provided the next impetus in the evolution of life. Temporary unions developed into permanent symbioses of monocellular organisms.
Henceforth, one could speak of the advent and existence of multicellular creatures. Peripheral cells of multicellular aggregates were often exposed to the activity of a hostile external environment, while concomitantly, the underlying cells were flanked and buffered by still other cells. This, in turn, led to differentiation in cellular function and appearance. As a result, the cells of these organisms began performing a variety of different functions and taking on a diverse appearance. (For a more detailed account, see Ch.2, op. cit.).
As evolution progressed, new types of multicellular organisms emerged and older ones disappeared. More highly developed ecosystems helped transform the simpler life forms. In time, the living abandoned its cradle, the sea, and began to inhabit the land. But all this was transpiring on the physical level of planet Earth. How then, did these evolutionary processes manifest on other planetary levels?
Let us recall that RNA and DNA create their exact replica on the etheric sphere from the same
primary matter existing on the physical level. This copy constitutes the so-called etheric body of the molecule. A one-celled organism (i.e., a cell) typically contains a whole array of organic inclusions -Golgi apparatus, mitochondria, centrioles, endoplasmic reticulum, etc., as well as organic and inorganic molecules. The latter participate in the intracellular biochemical reactions. Additionally, the DNA molecules also contain chromosomes produced by the cellular nucleus.
It should be noted that only the DNA and RNA molecules, and the RNA mitochondria, are capable of opening a qualitative barrier between the physical and etheric levels. All other inclusions, while capable of influencing (i.e., deforming and curving) their surrounding microspace, cannot open that barrier.
However, all these deformations together create an exact replica of the physical cell on the etheric level (see Fig. 26).


Fig. 26A cell and its etheric body. Every molecule deforms its surrounding microspace; therefore, a living cell formed from organic and inorganic molecules creates deformation at the etheric level, completely repeating the outer appearance of the cell. But this deformation would remain blank, if it were not for the cell’s DNA/RNA molecules, which not only open the qualitative barrier between physical and etheric levels, but also create the conditions for splitting molecules into primary matters and reforming them in their spirals’ inner volume.
1. Physical cell.
2. Etheric body of a cell.
3. Nucleus of a cell.
4. Centrioles.
5. The linkage zone between the physical and etheric levels, the so-called energy channel.
6. Golgi apparatus.
7. Mitochondria.
8. Endoplasmic reticulum

Just as muddy areas on wet terrain acquire a footprint when trod upon, so
the etheric body of the cell exactly duplicates the physical cell. The only difference is that the etheric body is formed from one primary matter, while physical substance derives from the synthesis of seven primary matters.
And so the following system is formed: physical cell body — etheric cell body. At the same time, the physically dense matter inside the physical cell is constantly disintegrating: the primary matter becomes freed up and starts circulating through the channel between the levels created by the cellular nucleus. This gives rise to a protective cover around the cell (see Fig. 27).


Fig. 27The disintegration of molecules into their constituent primary matters occurs inside the cellular nucleus.
The released primary matters begin to circulate through the channel between the physical and etheric bodies—i.e., the zone connecting a physical cell and its etheric body. During the movement from the physical to the etheric level, the ascending flows of primary matter turn and begin to move in the direction of the dimensionality gradient.
Thus, around the physical cell and its etheric body, the circulating primary matters create a certain dynamic, isolating cover. Within this cover, or shield, a microclimate with stable parameters is formed.
1. Physical body of a cell.
2. Etheric body of a cell.
3. Cellular nucleus.
4. Centrioles.
5. Energy channel between a physical cell and its etheric body.
6. Golgi apparatus.
7. Mitochondria.
8. Isolating, i.e., protective cover or shield.
ΔL—Dimensionality gradient of the microspace

How is this protective cover created from the primary matter circulating through the channel? What natural or divine forces take care to protect all living creatures?
Regrettably, for many, there is no divine source here. As usual, everything is at once both very simple and very complicated.
The cellular nuclei, which produce chromosomes, also deform the surrounding microspace, thereby increasing its dimensionality in the deformation zone. As primary matter is freed up through disintegration, it begins to flow through the channels, created by the cellular nuclei, from the physical to the etheric levels, to the astral…etc. levels. The primary matter flows in a direction opposite to the main flow of primary matter in macrospace.
Therefore, the primary matter ejected through the cellular channel is oppositely deflected by the incoming counter-flows of macrospace primary matter. It is similar to the process occurring in fountains. A stream of water ejected under pressure rises to a certain level. After exhausting its initial potential, it drops down, creating a characteristic dome of water. Likewise, primary matter, ejected through the cellular nucleus channel is repelled by counterflows. This movement occurs along the microspace curvature zone. Upon reaching the physical level, the counterflows return to the cellular nucleus, at the same time duplicating the form of the microspace curvature. As a result, the primary matter creates an isolated zone around the physical and etheric cell bodies (see Fig. 27).
A special microclimate is created inside the protective cover. Once the latter is completely formed, the general flow of primary matter simply bends around this zone. A microscopic oasis emerges around the cell. The etheric body of the cell is maximally isolated within this oasis, both from the chaos of the external environment and the impact of other cells and organisms.
This protective, insulating cover will exist as long as disintegration of substances takes place inside the cell and as long as channels exist between the cellular levels. In other words — as long as the cell is alive.
In multicellular organisms, cells have specialized functions and, as a result, acquire diverse forms. Every multicellular organism is a fixed colony — that is, each of its components has a permanent, fixed position in its structure. The outer system of cellular fixation is created along with other cells of the same organism. This stable structural position of the cells is maintained throughout their entire life. (Blood cells are an exception).
Let us remember that every living cell creates an etheric body — which represents its structural replica. In a structurally stable colony, since cellular position is fixed, the etheric bodies also have a fixed position: hence etheric bodies of cells form an analogous fixed system — the etheric body of the multicellular organism.
As the multicellular life forms evolved, their cellular specialization led not only to a totally different appearance, but additionally their impact on the microcosm triggered some essential qualitative changes. Thus, microscopic deformation caused by the diverse types of cells reached the astral planetary level.
Concomitantly, exact replicas of physical cells, with all their peculiarities, were being formed at the astral level, in a manner similar to what transpired on the etheric level. Let us designate them the astral bodies of the physical cells. They differ from etheric cell bodies not only in their position on the next qualitative level of the planet but also in their qualitative content.
Full astral bodies are formed by the synthesis of two primary matters (see Fig. 28).


Fig. 28A physical cell with etheric and astral bodies.
The etheric body of the cell differs from the astral in its qualitative structure. The astral body is formed by the mergence of two primary matters, G and F, and the etheric body by one primary matter, G.
Together they make up a unified system, which represents the next step in the evolution of living matter.
1. Physical body of a cell.
2. Etheric body of a cell.
3. Astral body of a cell.
4. First mental body of a cell.
5. Energy channel between the physical, etheric, astral and first mental bodies.
6. Golgi apparatus.
7. Mitochondria.
8. Endoplasmic reticulum.
9. Centrioles.
10. Cellular nucleus.

The astral cell bodies of multi-celled organisms also form a fixed system — the organism’s astral body. The appearance of astral bodies in living organisms marks a gigantic leap in the evolution of living nature. The presence of three interacting levels inside the cells created the sufficient and necessary conditions for the emergence of memory, emotions and intellect. Such is the basis for highly organized living matter.
In certain multicelled organisms, some types of cells adapted so well to the performance of their functions that the resulting microspace deformation reached the first mental level of the planet. These are the cells of brain, bone marrow and spinal cord. Similarly, a multicelled creature’s first mental body is created at this level from the mental bodies of the organism’s cells (see
Fig. 29).


Fig. 29A physical cell with etheric, astral and first mental bodies. The first mental body is formed by the mergence of three primary matters, G, F and E; the astral body by the mergence of two primary matters, G and F; and the etheric body by one primary matter, G.
The development of a mental body is the next qualitative leap in the evolution of living matter, and provides the opportunity for the development of consciousness on a qualitatively different evolutionary level.
1. Physical body of a cell.
2. Etheric body of a cell.
3. Astral body of a cell.
4. First mental body of a cell.
5. Energy channel between the physical cell and the etheric, astral and first mental bodies.
6. Golgi apparatus.

7. Mitochondria.
8. Endoplasmic reticulum.
9. Centrioles.
10. Cellular nucleus.

In sum, all the cells of the physical organism participate in the creation of the etheric body. As for the astral body, a majority of cells do so. Mental bodies, however, can appear only in certain types of living creatures and only at a certain developmental level. It is only a portion of cells that can play a role in the creation of a mental body. Thus, the mental body shares basic qualities
with, as well as external differences from, the astral and etheric bodies of a multicellular organism.
Therefore, peoples’ souls will differ from each other according to the evolutionary level they have attained. Frequently, people at a moment of extreme danger, or who have actually experienced clinical death claim to see “angels” coming to their rescue. These “angels” are simply spirits possessing one or more mental bodies.
What misleads people is their appearance: the glowing of the mental bodies and their streaming tails leads to this misconception. Many religious notions have a basis in reality. So natural phenomena, out of ignorance, are deemed of divine nature; otherwise totally ignored or denied.
In multicellular organisms, the etheric, astral and mental bodies (possessing a high degree of evolutionary development) together constitute a single unified system — the spirit, or soul (see Fig. 30).


Fig. 30In a multicellular organism, the etheric bodies of the cells create a unified, rigid system at the etheric level -the etheric body of the multicellular organism. Similarly, on an astral level, the astral body of a multicellular organism is created, and on the first mental level, the first mental body of a multicellular organism develops.
The physical body is only the foundation for the whole structure which we call “living matter.” The number of “floors” depends on the level of evolutionary development of a given organism and can be increased or decreased only in species possessing consciousness.
1. Physical body of a multicellular organism.
2. Etheric body of a multicellular organism.
3. Astral body of a multi-cellular organism.
4. First mental body of a multicellular organism.

Let us recall, also, that every cell creates a protective shield around itself (see Fig. 27). Multi-celled organisms also possess a protective shield, but at a different qualitative level, with the axis running parallel to the spinal cord.
A key fact is that the cerebral and spinal cord neurons maximally deform their macro space and — being heavily concentrated in the brain and spinal cord — create a dimensionality gradient inside the multicelled organism. In the latter life forms, the brain and spinal cord perform the same function as the nucleus in a monocellular organism.
A channel common to the entire multicelled organism is formed along the spine. Primary matter turns in counter-flows during its movement along the common channel. The flow occurs along the microspace curvature zone being constantly created by the neurons of the spinal cord and brain.
Upon reaching the physical level, currents of primary matter turn at the coccyx, recapitulating the shape of the microspace curvature. As a result, primary matter establishes a stable buffer zone around the physical body and spirit, giving rise to the organism’s protective shield (see Fig. 31).



Fig. 31Enveloping the human body, a protective environment or shield develops according to the same principle governing its development around a single cell. The difference is that in man, its axis passes through the head and spinal cord.
This is due to the fact that the head and spinal cord cells have the highest dimensionality level in the entire organism and, consequently, the primary matters released from molecular disintegration within the organism’s cells join together in a single flow which moves along the spinal column.
As a result, a dynamic, protective shield is formed around all the bodies of man, including the physical body.
The shield serves to synchronize all the cells of the human organism and support their mutual functioning.
1. Physical body.
2. Protective shield.
ΔL— dimensionality gradient of the microspace.
A,B,C,D,E,F,G — primary matters forming our space-universe.

This buffer zone accommodates the circulation of primary matters, the by-products of substance disintegration within the organism’s cells.
Concomitantly, circulation of primary matter occurs between the spirit bodies — etheric, astral and (when present) mental body. Much of the life of a living organism depends upon the way the primary matter circulates between its spiritual bodies. Sometimes life itself depends upon it.


Part 3. Some Thoughts And Conclusions, Using The New Science From The Books Of Nicolai Levashov (renewed on December 05, 2019)

Remarkably, every one of our physical cells can have the exact etheric, astral and partly mental copies. We have physical, etheric, astral and mental bodies, consisting of the corresponding cells. Our physical body, that we think we are made of is actually a product, consisting of a mixture of our parent’s genes. The physical body is only a foundation for the whole structure which we call “living matter”. The etheric, astral and mental body (possessing a high degree of evolutionary development) together constitute a single unified and rigid living system — the spirit or soul that we really are. The etheric body is an exact copy of all the cells of the physical body. The astral body is the exact copy of most of the cells of the physical body. The mental body (during its development) can have an exact copy of the brain, spinal marrow, nervous system and bone marrow cells of the physical body.


ALL OUR PERSONALITY EMOTIONS, MEMORY, THOUGHTS AND CONSCIOUSNESS ARE IN THE SOUL, mostly in a huge net of etheric, astral and mental neurons having a lot of connections between each other. They are supported and fed by the net of physical neurons which also deliver them all the information about the world around us (by using our senses) and about all the processes that occur in the physical body (see the book “Spirit and Mind“, Chapters 3,4,5 and 6). The soul manages the body according to the received information. Additionally, the soul appears as a predisposition (which eventually becomes who you are) and as intuition. Intuition is the unexplained feelings you may have that something is true even when you have no evidence or proof of it. Usually, if you possess an older and more experienced soul (comprised of many previous reincarnations), you have a more accurate intuition.

There are documented testimonies of some children and adults who remember previous reincarnations:, testimonies confirm that reincarnation is real and the spirit of every person fully stores the information about all the previous reincarnations which impact the present reincarnation and life and help with intuition.

Video 4. Soul In the Continuous Cycle Of Life and Death is about some of the new knowledge brought forth by Nicolai Levashov (mostly in the first part of the video in Russian with English subtitles):

All the information between the physical body and the bodies of the soul get exchanged and delivered by the DNA of neurons or other cells. Information comes to the physical cells as an electrical or ion signal. In response, the DNA makes some changes in its structure. These changes affect the processes in the physical cell and make their response. The changes also transfer in the structure of the soul’s bodies DNA and make the same changes. The changes can become permanent if the signals are strong and/or continue to come for a long time.

The DNA of the soul’s bodies are able to repair and restore the physical DNA and their cells or create new cells if some structures of the DNA are evolved enough to do it.

If some signals (including new ones) are similar (one kind), strong and last a long time, they can create stable structural and molecular changes on the spiral of the DNA of the physical neurons and other cells and corresponding stable structural and molecular changes on the spiral of the DNA of the neurons and other cells of the soul’s bodies. These structural and molecular changes of the soul’s bodies become permanent and impact all the following reincarnations of the soul. This is a basic law of the soul’s evolution or possible devolution.

For example, if a chess master spends a lot of time thinking and playing chess then after he passes away his soul will forever retain the structural and molecular DNA changes. The next incarnated person for this soul will have a spiritual predisposition to be a chess master. If the person also has a genetic predisposition from his parents (i.e., he/she is born into a family that plays chess and has a few generations of playing chess in the past), he/she will have higher chances of becoming a chess champion.

In the case of meditation or prayer, the soul may acquire unfavorable changes which can be big and improper. Regular focus or concentration of attention (i.e., meditation or prayer) for long periods of time initiate non-proportional growth in parts of the soul. These gradually increasing parts may start to give new qualities (gifts) to a person. However, this can be dangerous for the person because he/she becomes more noticeable in the astral world and attracts astral parasites as a source of life energy. An astral parasite invades the person, steals his/her life energy and uses it in part to make the person feel happy and/or suggest he/she is special (god-like or a guru, etc.), and controls the person’s thoughts and qualities as well. In other words, meditation and prayer distort the normal evolution of the soul. Normal evolution is when all parts of the soul evolve (increase) proportionally in correspondence to one another. In this case, the soul evolves all its qualities including its defense system.

If the soul and the physical body got some new, stable structural and molecular changes of DNA during its incarnation, these changes can transfer genetically to the offspring (who were born during this incarnation) as a possible corresponding and genetic predisposition.


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