2.12.Question: What do you think about the practices of Qigong, Taichi? Why don’t you give some practical techniques, methods of self-improvement? Please, do a purification session.
Answer: I will carry out a a purification at the end of the meeting, as usual. But as for [techniques], on occasion I’ve had to do with people who engaged [with this] for quite a long time, and achieved different levels of taichi, qigong.
Just imagine that you have leaking water pipes and you put water into them under high pressure. Does this do any good?
It will only help if there was a blockage and you cleared it out, but only if the pipe had not already burst. If the pipe was bursts and you put it under pressure, then it will really burst apart.
The have been some studies conducted in which it was said if a person does nothing, he gets clogged up, with blockages in all sorts of places in his body.
Then, when the person starts doing something, at best he’ll ‘clean out his pipes’ a bit; the energy channels inside himself, and so some good effect will appear, but after that - nothing! A year, two, three, ten years passes, and nothing progresses.
Naturally! If you remove the blockages, that’s good (if they were there). But this does not mean that without the blockages, the system will start to develop by itself.
When there are no blockages, when they’ve already been cleared out, you don’t need to keep cleaning them forever, because when you on exerting pressure, a breakdown and damage can occur.
Therefore, once again most of the eastern teachings are a distortion of the knowledge that our ancestors passed on to them.
I had a conversation with one woman who has the title ‘Mahatma’. Mahatma is the regarded in India as the peak of their hierarchy, almost a God. Or Goddess in this case.
I asked, “ Well OK, you have the Hindu Vedas. Tell me, where did they come from?”
She [answered], “The Seven White teachers from north of the Himalayas gave them to us.”
I said, "Why are you telling this only to me? Why isn’t it written anywhere, that that this knowledge was passed to you?”
Maybe they taught it at universities to those who study there. Everyone else, the whole world does not even know that the Indian Vedas are not Indian Vedas at all!
And now tell me, how you can say that you bring light, if you lie even about this? That is, you are claiming ownership to something that was not created by you!
Can you can imagine what sort of answer I got? I said, “ Okay! So now tell me. When you come to a kindergarten. What are you going to teach the children first? Quantum physics?”
She answered, “No!” Then I asked, “And why not?” She answered, “Well, they wouldn’t understand!” I replied, “ What do you give to children? You start giving children (and not in a nursery group) the alphabet and grammar! Gradually, so they can master it.”
So the White People came to you from the north, and they gave you the alphabet and grammar. You perverted them, distorted them and announced them as your own national creation.
Do bright (enlightened) beings, those who bring light, behave in this way? From my point of view - no!
In other words, when you back them into a corner it turns out that it's not them. But they introduced their own interpretations which distorted much of what was there, into something ugly.
As for China – its the same thing! Your and my ancestors went to them and taught them. I didn’t make these words up myself.
I excavated ancient Chinese transcripts, where it is all described by the Chinese themselves! As it happens, these are not just my made up stores. I didn’t make up anything! These are facts that come from the Chinese themselves.
I brought this up in the last chapter of the second volume of "Russia History Viewed through Distorted Mirrors”. Whoever has read this book, will find it there.
Everyone worships the oriental martial arts. They are forgetting that they originated from our ancient Zhiva, the Cossack Spass, etc. There are many types of wrestling.
I remember recently there was a film where it was shown how a Japanese master remotely (at a distance) strikes his opponents and they fall.
In the Cossack Spass, in Zhiva, it has been done for thousands of years and not only with one person, but with tens, hundreds.
Did you know, a few of our Vityazi (Knights) could beat an army one hundred thousand strong?
It’s just that the Vityazi were fighting magicians, if we want to name things correctly. They could enter into a certain [body] condition and smashed whole armies.
And mostly because of the panic created when a few people go through a army, like a hot knife through butter, just blowing away anyone who happens to stands in their way.
They just pass several passes in different directions, like tanks, and just opened up gaps in the opposing army’s lines. Upon seeing this, all the other enemy soldiers just fled in panic.
Those who were not Vityazi were simply Varyags or Cossacks; the Cossack Spass.
There is a word, "unbridled" which now has a negative connotation. But what does "unbridled" actually mean?
This term emerged when our warriors of the past were surrounded. Imagine that a thousand or two thousand people were surrounded by a huge army.
Can two thousand people in a real battle destroy an army of 100 thousand or 50 thousand? They may kill a lot, but they will always lose.
What did our ancestors do in this case? What was the difference between a Varyag or a Cossack, and a Vityaz?
The Vityaz could synthesize potential, that is, create potential. He was at the level of a combat magician, who could receive the potential that he needed from the external environment, and not from other people, but just create it.
Those who didn’t have these abilities could only use the potential of their own physical body. Some have more, others have less.
When such a situation occurred, our ancestors took off all their armour, being bare to the waist and that’s why they were called "unbridled".
Why? They no longer needed armour. They entered a certain trance. In a state of trance, neither the enemy swords, nor anything else could harm them.
And then, dropping their armor, bare to the waist, they attacked the enemy with weapons, with sword or pole axe, or whatever was in their hands.
And often these one or two thousand people destroyed the opposing army.
And that's why very often, when they saw our men undressing to the waist, the armies began to run before they had even started to attack.
What happened when a person entered such a state? Why was he shedding clothes? Because the excess weight of armour is an additional loss of energy.
Someone had enough [energy] for an hour of battle, another for 2 hours of battle, and others for half an hour. The person would burn out completely. He was simply dying of exhaustion but killed many enemies none the less.
Therefore, when they took that step, it was an extreme measure, when the situation was hopeless; when either everyone dies, or there is an opportunity to win, and some will survive.
But each of them had to use up part of his life. That is to say, they burned up 10-15 years. But they didn’t just burn up part of their future life; for if a person was destined to live 100 years, and he lost 20 years of life, he still has 80 left. But if the choice was to die, then living to 80 is not so bad compared to dying today.
My good friend, Yuri Vasilyevich Sergeev, is a writer. Have you read the book "Princes’ Island"? He recently became very interested in different forms of Slavic martial arts such as the Cossack Spass, Zhiva.
He told me that one master showed our Special Services how he mastered this art.
He entered into the state [of trance] and disappeared, because he moved so fast that other people just did not see him. Imagine the speed of movement.
And at the same time, struck blows at the men of the special forces man, his flat hand, so as not to kill them. And just from the touch of that flat palm, a young guy was thrown over a distance of a few meters.