IX. Back to the Source

IX. Back to the SourceMan is a supreme being, a representative of his genus. On Earth, he acquired a vertical body, which integrates particles of the…


VIII. Building a Clan Structure

VIII. Building a Clan StructureThe genus — the Rod — initially has a place both in nature and society. The correct understanding of the word Rod…


VII. Individual maturation in society

VII. Individual maturation in societyUntil a certain moment, we live an ordinary life and follow the standard program of the social Heritage, passed…


VI. Continuity

VI. ContinuitySocial Heritage, or inheritance in the social sense of the word, does not help descendants to continue us in services and goods, since…


V. Volatile — Values ​​of Social Heritage

V. Volatile — Values ​​of Social HeritageThe social Heritage is based on the ability to provide either a Service or Goods in the society. Service is…


IV. Real — Values of Natural Heritage

IV. Real — Values of Natural HeritageMastery and Product are real, or natural, values. Mastery is skills developed and passed in tradition that make…


III. Eternal — Values ​​of Ancestral Heritage

III. Eternal — Values ​​of Ancestral HeritageThere are two eternal values ​​— Knowledge and Structure, in other words, the primary laws by which…


II. Levels of Heritage

II. Levels of HeritageMan exists simultaneously in three spheres, or planes of reality: in the sphere of thinking, that is the higher plane; in the…