his property newly formed in me after this event—when I, of course with the co-operation of our ALL-COMMON MASTER THE MERCILESS HEROPASS, that is the “flow of time,” was transformed into the young man already depicted by me—became for me a real inextinguishable hearth, always burning, of consciousness.
The second of the mentioned vivifying factors, this time for the complete fusion of my dear grandmother’s injunction with all the data constituting my general individuality, was the totality of impressions received from information I chanced to acquire concerning the event which took place here among us on Earth, showing the origin of that “principle” which, as it turned out according to the elucidations of Mr. Alan Kardec during an “absolutely secret” spiritualistic seance, subsequently became everywhere among beings similar to ourselves, arising and existing on all the other planets of our Great Universe, one of the chief “life principles.”
The formulation in words of this new “all-universal principle of living” is as follows:
“If you go on a spree then go the whole hog including the postage.”
As this “principle,” now already universal, arose on that same planet on which you too arose and on which, moreover, you exist almost always on a bed of roses and frequently dance the fox trot, I consider I have no right to withhold from you the information known to me, elucidating certain details of the arising of just that universal principle.
Soon after the definite inculcation into my nature of the said new inherency, that is, the unaccountable striving to elucidate the real reasons for the arising of all sorts of “actual facts,” on my first arrival in the heart of Russia, the city of Moscow, where, finding nothing else for the satisfaction of my psychic needs, I occupied myself with the investigation of Russian legends and sayings, I once happened—whether accidentally or as a result of some objective sequence according to a law I do not know—to learn by the way the following:
After this event, with this inherency now rooted in my nature, I began, again of course with the cooperation of our All-Common Master the Merciless Heropass, that is, the “flow-of-time,” to grow up into the mentioned young man.
I think that it may be significant for you to know also that according to my later, personal, detailed investigations, none of the results of my manifestations at that age corresponding to the injunction of my deceased grandmother had up to that time any specific effect on what are called the present “corns” of various degree of those around me, only because in my opinion my own so to say “reasonable-consciousness” had not yet begun to participate in these actions of mine.
Furthermore, it must be confessed that even then, although this reasonable-consciousness of mine had not yet begun to participate in these manifestations, I endeavored nevertheless, with an instinctive consciousness of my duty, to perform everything very honorably, without giving way to all my various weaknesses, both those acquired and those transmitted by heredity also.
The second of the mentioned vivifying factors, this time for the complete fusion of my dear grandmother’s injunction—may she attain the kingdom of Heaven—with all the data constituting my general individuality, was the totality of impressions received from information I chanced to perceive concerning the story that happened here among us on the Earth, of the arising of that “principle-of-living” which, as it turned out according to data elucidated by Mr. Alan Kardek during an “absolutely secret” spiritualistic séance, subsequently became a “principle” everywhere among beings similar to ourselves arising and existing on all the other planets of our Great Universe as well.
The formulation in words of this now “All-Universal-principle-of-living” is as follows:
As this “principle-of-living” now already universally accepted arose on that same planet on which you too arose and on which, moreover, you exist almost on a bed of roses, and frequently dance the fox-trot, I consider I have no right to withhold from you the information approximately elucidating certain details of the arising of just that universally general fact.
Well then, when I was once actualizing in practice just that specificity of mine, which had already become also an inherency in the whole of my common presence, namely, the investigation of suspicious phenomena, and I was investigating also Russian legends and sayings, I happened—whether accidentally or as a result of some objective law-conformable successiveness I don’t know—to learn among other things the following: