The Orb (three dimensional solid).

The world of orbs fascinates us many times, but as it is emphasized in the East, it is only event. Indeed, Orbs are Essence that draws attention to itself, which shows, which atracts and which is active, but so, what it has to do with the Essence or phenomena? Orbs have three dimensions from normal reality we approach, if we could express it, the Essence disrupts Orbs in its immense dimensions. However, that we know so little about the Essence confirms, that we aren’t Orbs, nor bodies. Peculiary, subsistence of orbs builds on the Essence like Atlas, who as living supports celestial sphere, that does not build on the Essence, but flies. …

Religion of Aesir.

Scandinavians work with personal and vital concepts, not just jealous, and derive from them the most exalted and holly, therefore teutonic religion excels, to such an extent, that this religion is about its future and this future is not now, it’s futural religion. They consider the existence of some kind of horizontal fermentation, then a vivid vertical structure, videlicet preAsh Yggdrasil, which is central in scandinavian religion. Neverthelles ever with these lower life formes, the higher living beings are more important, from which natural facts arise and all living entities are always humanized. This element, also found in other religions, is not merely figurative, but it expresses about beings actuating by some attributes of man. The first being is the unspoken Worm without speech in the horizontal sphere, which later synonymously pass to Nidhogg, associated with speech. Yggdrasil has such mythical inhabitants, which are in the root bitting snake Nidhogg causing an earthquake, with speech joint running squirrel Ratatoskr on the trunk, infrastructure element migrating as trunk fluids, in the crown eagle Vidofnir, finally, the milking cow feeding on the fruit of a tree, Audhumbla cow. Ratatoskr is the only one uniquely designed in the Yggdrasil environment, because Yggdrasil is its original environment. Vidofnir is like flying from sphere of Heims, therefore is on Yggdrasil with hawk between eyes, ambiguous as well as Nidhogg. Moo-cow Audhumbla arrives at Yggdrasil as Aesir and is closer to Aesir then other inhabitants of Yggdrasil, which is too Aesir’s tree. …

Japan

For young ethnic groups of East Siberians coming to the Niponnese island environment already in the fourth millenium before the present, contact with the existing archaic Jomon civilization had to be overwhelming, but they also had some knowledge of the existence of an archaic northpacific fellowship, as the archaic Chinese civilization had, younger from this fellowship and exploating from it. The widespread dating of the Jomon civilization, reaching as far as the Paleolith, is related to the fact that Jomon people, under the influence of archaic Caucasians, formed a civilization. Jomonese, the people of the outermost, northpacific region, merged with the Caucasians, whom they considered to be gods, than created a vast civilization in this oceanic mound since before 20,000 years ago, spread across East Asia, West America, the North Pacific border, but with influence also to Indonesia and the South Pacific. Japanese, in reverence, have merged with Jomonese and Japanese are those who naturally follow up with Jomon civilization, but they also refine it and give it peacefully to the North Pacific region, in which it had its dwell, and this event points to the future of the nonasian, but northpacific Japanese people and its reach. …

Commentaries on Duns Scotus.

In the Lecture of De cognoscibilitate Dei, Duns Scotus asks whether is it naturally possible to know God, yet in answer to this question assumes Aristotle’s image in which human reason is the eye of a night bird, that should know God as daylight. Thus, unnaturalness in the question of nature is assumed. If, of course, the night bird can observe the lights of the night sky, which, in addition to the natural knowledge of the light, even fulfill the third part when it is possible to know the infinity of things (stars) without solving the question with circumbendibus, though refering to wisdom. Thus, an unnatural assumption gives an unnatural conclusion. By Scotus, night bird must know daylight. Vice versa, in consideration of Scoti’s solarism, natural knowledge of the acquaintance is possible in phantasmata, which are for instance in lunar reflection of the sun; what is immanent is Scoti’s heliocentristic reasoning in his consideration on God’s will. …