the Ringing cedars of Russia
Vladimir Megre English translation by John Woodsworth

Book 8, part 1. The New Civilization (2005)



“God created Man immortal. To witness this, only three con-ditions are required to be observed:

“First: create a living Space which will attract Man to itself and to which Man has aspired.

“Second: there should be, somewhere on the Earth, at least one person who thinks of you with kindness and love.

“Third: never even admit the thought that you can be over-taken by death — and this is extremely important. Even if you suggest to someone who is simply falling asleep that he is dying and he believes it, then he will die, in obedience to his thought. But even if an elderly man (in Earth terms) wears out his body and is lying at death’s door, but does not think about death, but pictures his life in the living Space he has been creating, he will be born anew — such is the law of the Universe. The Universe will not stand by and allow a life-cre-ating thought to die.

“You have a concept in your world known as natural selec-tion. Even now God’s programme is selecting the best of eve-rything for a re-embodiment. Before, however, there was not much to choose from. Now it is showing a multifold increase. Whoever builds a domain with love will be reincarnated again and again.

“Whatever interferes with them will disappear from the Earth for ever, giving way to the birth of a new civilisation.” “But why a new civilisation,” I asked, “if the people are going to be the same, with the same vegetation and the same planet?”

“The new civilisation, Vladimir, will be characterised by a new conscious awareness as well as by new perceptions of the surrounding world. This great principle, that has been given birth in people today, will remain invisible to ordinary sight until the appearance of the planet known as the Earth has changed. It will affect life in the Universe as a whole.”

“But how can the Universe change as a result of the Earth’s appearance?”

“It can, Vladimir. Even though our planet is but a small particle, it is in close interaction with other parts of the Universe. Even if one small particle should change, its changes can influence the whole spectrum of the Universe.”

“Most interesting. But couldn’t you show me, Anastasia, a scene from the future as to how the Universe might change?” “I can indeed. Take a look.”



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