Northern Cryptography of Russia’s “First Happiness” – Strong Tattoo
The civilization created by the peoples of the West Siberian region of Russia is a special cultural layer, where the harsh climate and extreme living environment determine the practical nature of traditional art.
To the natives of the Far North it is customary to classify two dozens of centuries living small nations, the number of which is slowly but steadily declining: Sami (Lopari, Lop), Khanty (Ostyaks), Mansi (Voguls), Nenets (Samoyeds), Dolgans, Evenks (Tungus ), Nganasans (Tavgians), Yukagirs, Chuvans, Selkups (Ostyak-Samoyeds), Kets, Enets, Evens (Lamuts), Yugis, Chukchi, Koryak, Kereks, Aleutians, Itelmens (Kamchadals), Eskimos, Aleuts, Kaels and Finns, Komi-Zyryans and Komi-Permyaks, Yakuts (as the territory of the Republic of Sakha-Yakutia extends to the Arctic on the ocean), and even the small nationalities of the Far East.
Their sacred animals are ermine, wolverine, sable, beaver, and bear. “Mir-sousne-hum, or” a man who observes the world “is a heavenly horseman on a white eight-winged horse with a golden mane. In mythology, Mansi is an intermediary on the ways of the living and the dead. Earth stands on Mammoths. The First Gods live in the Northern Urals. They hold for All the Sun, in which Mir-Susne-Khum (Heavenly Horseman Circling the Earth) is born every day. Most often, the image is attributed to a southern, according to some hypotheses, East Iranian origin. It is believed that the sacred patterns conceal a certain strength, a certain charge of energy, capable of sacredly cleansing the object on which it is applied, and further containing it in this state.
Sacred patterns can be divided into four groups: the first is connected with a bear, the second – with the image of a man on a horse, the third – “perfume pattern”, the fourth – “happy nests” of various revered animals: lizards, snakes, wagtails. Tambourine – a symbol of music, the personification of the masculine, as well as a magical intermediary between people and spirits.
The ornament, being a symbolic embodiment of culture, expresses not only the artistic and aesthetic ideals of the ethnos, but also carries certain information, encrypted meaning. The physical properties of time can be the key to understanding many of the mysteries of nature. In particular, Kozyrev believed that many physical and mental phenomena, inexplicable from the point of view of traditional science, intensify in the polar latitudes – especially north of the 73rd parallel. Indeed, it is possible to imagine a certain segment of the biosphere north of 73 degrees as a zone of a special energy-information space, where telepathic abilities are included and begin to work, inherent in general to every person, but for the time being dormant in his subconscious. Back in the 17th century, the Croatian forerunner of the idea of Slavic unity, Yuri Krizhanich, wrote that “the first (!) Happiness” of Russia lies in the fact that it has safe borders from the side of the Arctic Ocean (the Freezing Sea). Fedorov’s conclusion and the concept of the social pole introduced by him are extremely important, accurate and are addressed to our present and future. In the Philosophy of the Common Affair, Fedorov writes about “peoples who have forgotten about their common origin” (later this provision serves the Russian thinker as a natural springboard for substantiating the idea of “restoring world kinship”). In this regard, the author of the concept of “universal resurrection” identifies several sacred centers (or poles), among which the most important are the Pamirs, the sacred polar mountain Meru, as well as Olympus, Ararat and Elbrus. Analyzing the sacred history of the Pamirs as one of the cosmically programmed points where the wandering center of the multipolar history and the prehistory of mankind has moved, the author of the concept of universal resurrection states: “The languages for people who have forgotten about their common origin, but who have preserved their memory, serve as sources for the national history of the Pamirs , a tradition of tribal origin, of the places where their ancestors lived and died. Such a place for the Chinese is Kuen-Lun, for the Mongols – the Tien Shan, for the Finns – Altai, for the Semites – Ararat, Nazir. The center of all these places, the graves of the ancestors of individual tribes, is the Pamir, in which biblical tradition is identified with the traditions of other nations. Eden, the kingdom of life, became the Pamir (the roof of the world, as it stands today), Mount Meru merged in the representation of other peoples with a rod, with the axis of the world, around which the constellation Ursa Major revolved. ”