Vladimir Lenin's fatalism: like a "wallobit tool" of Russian history.
A look through the "prism" of the spiral of Golden Section.
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"Scratch a Russian and find a Tatar"
Even though it's been almost 100 years since an active revolutionary activity of Vladimir Lenin, we still perceive it as one of the titans of Russian history. More than 70 years, the main event of his life was called the great October socialist revolution, but for more than 25 years this event called the coup.
Modern bipolar, regardless of political affiliation, there are few who would deny the crucial role of Lenin V.I. in all its revolutions: theoretical and practical training and the accomplishment of the revolution (the October seizure of power), the dispersal of the Constituent Assembly, the risky signing of the Brest peace, the introduction of the NEP and laying the foundations of the Soviet state. That is why it is impossible to ignore this person and, especially, to throw his entire legacy on "the political dustbin of history."
Especially the echo of those ancient events began to sink in after 2014 associated with well-known Ukrainian events and the ensuing economic sanctions against Russia. This also had led to the revaluation of the entire domestic political situation almost 100 years ago, directly comparing the fifth column of revolutionaries, led by Lenin V.I., arrived in 1917 from abroad. Special frighten this makes the fact that even the warring in Ашкые world war Britain and Germany, ready in a moment to unite on the basis of a deep dislike of Russia to direct in a sealed train with money fighting force revolutionaries to destabilize the internal situation in Russia.
The figure of Lenin V.I. (Fig.1a) and a complementary view of the mausoleum (Fig.1b) with a VIP-cemetery in the red square is essential to understanding the history of the USSR and Russia during the twentieth century and still turning in the XXI century.
At first glance it may seem that the images of the leader of the revolution Vladimir Lenin and his revolutionary events of the era are historically conditioned and logical, and appeared seemingly out of nowhere. They are as if from another reality, like canning's knife, opened the "tin can of history", releasing the gin, and stopped before more or less due to logical understand the historical process in Russia.
The basis of this study is the author's concept of the cycles of the Golden section (GS), based on the Fibonacci series, surprisingly clearly manifested in Russian history [1-6]. It is based on two basic principles:
a) the Presence in Russian history starting from the christning of Rus in 988, the sequence of the four major eras:
1. Radical reform,
2. The revolutionary birth of the new state,
3. Non-radical reforms,
4. Quiet (peaceful) development of the state.
b) the Similarity of the deep meaning of historical events within the same angular sector (phase history), for the different turns of the GS's spiral.
Despite some comprehension of the material associated with the cycles GS, the author some time to think that also, not knowing who is the historical predecessor of Lenin V.I. and his epoch.
Fig.1 Vladimir Ulyanov-Lenin (a) and his mausoleum (b) with VIP-necropolis on Red square in Moscow.
A painful search for answers to such questions allowed to estimate answers, and later to create a solid study presented next. It proved irrational historical conditionality of the revolutionary era of Vladimir Lenin ethnic groups living on the territory that later became the part of Russia and who had at that time a maximum of drive. This primarily refers to two ethnic groups:
- the Tatar-Mongols superior to those of the drive, probably all the peoples of Eurasia in the period from the birth of the Mongol Empire (1206), starting with Genghis Khan and Batu Khan and up to 1380,
- Russian, starting with the winning of the battle of Kulikovo in 1380 under the leadership of Dm.Donskoy and spiritual care of St. Sergius of Radonezh.
1. The Lenin era and the preceding era of two adjacent coils of the spiral of the Golden Section
To search for two associated with each other eras: the revolutionary era of Vladimir Lenin and the historical of its cause, was plotted with GS's spiral, is shown in Fig.1. And it highlighted the shaded sector created by the separation of two eras: the era of Lenin and similar to the neighboring branches of the spiral.
Revolutionary Leninist years of employment Lenin V.I., since leaving it in 1887 in revolutionary activities with the legendary phrase "...we'll go the other way..", and until his death in 1924. Other desired epoch is formed by the projection of the dates 1887 and 1924 to the previous branch of the spiral that you can make simplistic graphically directly on the diagram or more precisely by calculating the corresponding dates for the previous branches of the spiral in the following way.
It is clear that in 1917, the year of the accomplishment of the revolution (coup) is a watershed year in the history of Russia. It connects the transition from the 55-year historical period (1862-1917), a 33-year period (1917-1951). So 7 years of post-revolutionary activities from 1917 to 1924 are part of a 34-year cycle, it is equal to 0.2 part. And the 30 years of his pre-revolutionary activities from 1987 to 1917 are part of the preceding 55-year-old historical cycle, i.e. it will 0,54 refills.
Accordingly, in the prior branches of the GS's spiral 1917 such 1396 determined by subtracting from the 1917 four numbers of the Fibonacci series 55,89,144 and 233: 1917-55-89-144-233=1396 forming a complete turn of this helix. The duration of this loop is equal to 55+89+144+233=521 years.
Date of death of Vladimir Lenin in 1924 equal 7-year period after critical 1917 has its analog with 0.2 part of the 233-year-old historical cycle and equal to 0.2∙233≈47 years. The desired date, then, in 1396+47=1443 year. Using the same simple mathematical calculations it is also possible to determine the date corresponding to 1887 at the previous turn of the spiral ZS - 1396-0,54∙377=1192 year.
So, long historical period 1192-1443 years as an angular sector of the spiral is clearly in line with the GS, and duration, and historical position of the revolutionary era, Lenin V.I. in the period 1887-1924 years.
Therefore, it is easy to assume that the fate of this Titan of Russian history as Vladimir Lenin in the period 1887-1924 years largely intended to prescribe, among other things, momentous and epoch-making events in Russia another 250-year historical period 1192-1443 years.
This more than 250-year period should be made such tragic events as the Mongol invasion (1237-1242), the establishment on the territory of Russia of the same yoke, ice's battle (1242), the battle of Kulikovo (1380). You should also add to this less known but no less tragic and one of the most brutal and bloody internecine battles in Russian history - Lipitskaya battle, a battle between the army led the younger sons of Vsevolod Bolshoe Gnezdo, on the one hand, and the United army on the side of the older Constantine Vsevolodovicha of at the head of the Mstislav Mstislavovitch Udatnogo.
Further discussion of this issue will inevitably depend on a series of historical topics related to the history and principles of the Mongol Empire established by Genghis Khan, the political situation of the Russian principalities on the eve of the Mongol invasion, the reign of Batu Khan and the Golden Horde, and many other, sometimes controversial, issues.
So, without discussion of this issue, at least in summary form, which is presented next, it is impossible to advance in the understanding of the historical background of the era of Lenin and all the relations linking it with the previous era.
Known saying: "Scratch a Russian and find a Tatar". Well having decided to "scrape" the history of Russia we came to the story of the Mongol Empire, and trying to "scrape" Vladimir Lenin found of Genghis Khan.
In 2016  previously built spiral GS Russian history with three turns, starting with the christning of Rus in 988 and 2003, were combined with 12-hour dial, creating watch of Russian history (Fig.2). On the first and the second branch of the spiral of the GS highlighted in the shaded angular sector uniting the era of the Mongol Empire (1192-1443.) and Vladimir Lenin (1887-1924). accordingly, the first and second turns.
Also in the author's paper  for three-turn spiral GS has been established a matrix of fateful events in the history of Russia:
In this matrix each row and four fateful date of Russia corresponds to one turn of the spiral GS and each column the same phases of history and similar in depth the essence of historical events. And considering this was created the schedule of Russian history and phase history, presented later in Table 1.
If each turn of the GS's spiral to be split into 12 proportional parts, i.e. each epoch into three parts, it turns out in the form of a matrix, you can record hours of Russian history, where each date corresponds to the regular hour of Russian history:
In the matrix (1) every row and four fateful date of Russia corresponds to one revolution of the spiral GS, and each column the same phases of history for different vidoc ZS and similar in depth the essence of historical events. And with this in mind, the schedule was created Russian history in different phases, presented below in Table 1.
Table 1 Schedule of Russian history in different phases.
If each turn of the GS's spiral to be split into 12 proportional parts, i.e. each epoch into three parts, like the watch of Russian history each settlement date refers to this hour. When recording estimated dates in each row of the matrix (1) is converted to a matrix (2) with 12 fateful date in Russian history on each of the turns of the GS's spiral
On the first and second turns of the GS's spiral combined with 12-hour dial highlighted by the shaded angular sector (Fig.2), which unites the era of the Mongol Empire (1192-1443) and Vladimir Lenin (1887-1924).
Fig.2 Clock of Russian history and the shaded angular sector, built by GS's spiral, explaining the determinism of fate and the era of Vladimir Lenin and the preceding Genghis Khan, Batu Khan era Mongol Empire.
2. Irrational communication between the Mongolian Empire, the USSR and Russia
In the history of the USSR and Russia, there are events that relate to the Mongol Empire, which are not disputed by anyone, but do not have a clear materialistic explanation.
It's not a secret that every ruler over, destiny is connected with his country not only by direct visible influence and control, but also by invisible threads, even after his death, sometimes after many tens and hundreds of years. And the confirmation of the fact that the Great Khans of Mongolia are strongly connected with Russia, Russia, the Russian Empire and even the USSR are the historical facts related to Tamerlane/Timur (fig.3) - the Central Asian commander and conqueror, the great emir of the Timurid Empire (the capital of Samarkand) and the Golden Horde Temnik Mamai.
It is known that in some miniatures the red banners of Timur's army are depicted. Does not it remind us of the Soviet flag?
There is still a real story related to the opening of his grave. The ancient prophecy says: "Whoever opens the grave of Tamerlane will release the spirit of war. And there will be a massacre so bloody and terrible that the world has not seen forever ... ".
June 20, 1941 Tamerlane's tomb was opened, on the night of 21 to 22 June, the Great Patriotic War began. In October 1942, the general of the army Zhukov G.K. And it was offered to return Tamerlane's ashes back to the grave. This was carried out on November 19-20, 1942, and these days there was a turning point in the Battle of Stalingrad.
Fig.3. Tamerlane - the face was reconstructed by anthropologist Gerasimov M.M. According to the results of a study of his remains after the opening of the grave.
Another story involves the Mamaev Kurgan, a hill on the right side of the Volga river in the Central district of Volgograd. During the battle of Stalingrad from September 1942, and ending January 1943, there was fierce fighting. In our days Mamayev Kurgan naturally associated like holy place for all Russians, of the same name historical memorial complex and a monument-ensemble "to Heroes of Stalingrad battle" with the main monument "Motherland calls!".
However, we all sometimes don't realize that Mamaev Kurgan is named in honor of the Golden Horde Temnik Mamai (Fig.4a), which together with the Ryazan regiment in the battle of Kulikovo (1380) against the allied troops of Dmitry Donskoy and Tokhtamysh. In this battle he was still alive and legend has it that he was later buried on the mound in the tomb and Golden armor that aroused the interest of many diggers on the Mamaev Kurgan (Fig.4b) in the past. However, the tomb was never found.
As you can see, the battle of Stalingrad is associated with two heavy for the Soviet Union and Russia, historical memory and the names of Tamerlan and the mother. Is there a link between history and these names?
Fig. 4 Temnik Mamai and historical memorial complex "Mamaev Kurgan" with the Central monument "The Motherland calls!".
3. The first phase of Russian history, "Radical reform"
This section discusses the similarity of events in two historical periods. 988-1380 and 1862-1917. in the first phase (angular sector) on the two adjacent spirals of the AP Russian history. On the first turn of the GS's spiral this phase of Russian history lasted 392 year (instead of the mathematically defined 377 years) and was formed by two key dates of Russian history: the Baptism of Rus and the battle of Kulikovo. On the second turn of the GS's spiral this phase of Russian history lasted 55 years coinciding exactly with the number 55 of the Fibonacci series, which is the basis of the GS, beginning with the year the actual start of the liberal reforms of Emperor Alexander II (1862) and ending with a year of the October revolution/coup (1917).
This phase of history is the first turns of GS's spiral and lasts three hours, each of which can be described as follows :
1. The first hour of Russian history. The beginning of radical reforms beyond the old taboos.
2. The second hour of Russian history. Conservative stage and the beginning of the birth of a new ideology.
3. The third hour of Russian history. The emergence of the "power" group, represents the new ideology.
Brief description of the historical events in Russian history for each of these hours is provided below.
3.1 the First hour of Russian history. The beginning of radical reforms beyond the old taboos.
The first hour of Russian history for the first branch of the AP lasts from 1140 988 for years, beginning with the baptism of inhabitants of Kiev in the Dnieper and its tributaries Pochaina in 988 by Prince Vladimir the Red Sun. This event was the beginning of religious reforms that made Russia a Christian country, going beyond the taboos of paganism (Vedism), greatly changed the Outlook and lifestyle of the people. For this period of Russian history can consist of three major civil wars:
1) the First strife of princes (late 10th – early 11th century). The enmity of the sons of Prince Svjatoslav due to their desire to achieve independence from the government of Kiev;
2) the Second strife (beginning of the 11th century). The enmity of the sons of Prince Vladimir for power;
3) the Third civil strife (second half of 11th century). The feud between the sons of Prince Yaroslav the Wise for power.
A full review of the status of the Russian principalities on the eve of their takeover of the Golden Horde in the result of the Mongol invasion is possible only after the realization of all the horror and the tragedy of long, about II centuries of strife. To this question historians devoted a large amount of research and for the awareness of fullness is enough to give you a list (possibly incomplete) civil wars (including with or from the second hour of Russian history):
- in the Central part of Russia 1015-1019, 1094-1097, 1097-1100, 1146-1154, 1158-1161,1196;
- in North-Eastern Russia 1174-1177,1212-1216;
- in southern Russia, 1228-1236;
as well as campaigns, battles, battles and battles and other military events:
- war and campaigns: the war for the unification of Galicia-Volyn Principality (1205-1245), and the campaign of Svyatoslav Vsevolodovich (1180-1181), Yaroslavl campaign of the Mstislavichi (1149), Murom crusade (1096);
- battles: on the Koloksha (1097, 1177), Ganoi mountain (1135), at the river Supoy (1135), under the Pereyaslav (1149), on the river Onlinenice (1150), on the river Rute (1151), on the river San (1152), under the Terebovl (1154), Yaroslavl battle (1245);
battles and fights: on the river Sudairi (1021), at Lystven (1024), on the river Nemiga (1067), Negating the Field (1078), Narona field (1099), Lipica battle (1176, 1216), Torchesk battle (1235),
- siege: Chernigov (three times: 1094, 1152, 1235), Kamenetz (1128), Zvenigorod (1146), Lutsk (1149), of Novgorod-Seversky (1153), Volodymyr-Volyn (1156), Vyshgorod (1170, 1173), Novgorod (1170);
- the capture and looting of Kiev (1169,1203,1235);
- standing under the Liubech (1148).
After a round of stories, which amounted to 874, crisis socio-political situation in the Russian Empire as a result of defeat in the Crimean war, as a legacy of Emperor Nicholas I, makes him the son of Emperor Alexander II to begin in 1862, radical reforms of the state. They began to publicize the slogan, lasted almost 20 years and only killing the Emperor in 1881, stopped their progress with the planned transition to a constitutional monarchy. Probably even Peter the great's reforms were not so radical, broad and deep, covering a vast territory of the Russian Empire and all sectors of society.
In the book "Development of capitalism in Russia" Lenin V.I. examines in detail the features of these reforms and, in particular, the high differentiation in income that caused huge resentment and has created much tension in society, forming a breeding ground for terrorists, going after state by people of all levels. With such socio-political atmosphere not far off was the emergence of a tightly organized party with its own ideology, representing the avant-garde terrorists of all stripes. What about such and warned of the great Russian writer Fyodor Dostoyevsky in his prophetic novel "Demons".
As can be seen, the socio-political processes in the first hour of Russian history on the first and second coils of the GS's spiral is largely similar to each other: the initiation of radical reforms to upgrade the basic structure of the country, with the aim of progressive reforms for the sake of taking the country in a number of advanced powers, Prince Vladimir in the X and Emperor Alexander II in the XIX centuries leads to considerable public excitement, the "wildness" of society with a predominance of significant destructive tendencies. In the first case it leads to bloody long and brutal feud, and in the second only to a strong stratification of society, with the intensification of the terrorists. Of course, the scale of these destructive trends are not comparable, and the degree of intensity of society during the reforms of Emperor Alexander II is much inferior to the brutal infighting in the Russian principalities of the beginning of the first Millennium.
3.2 The Second hour of Russian history. Conservative stage and the beginning of the birth of a new ideology.
The second hour of Russian history, corresponding to a conservative stage and the beginning of the birth of a new ideology, in the first turn GS's spiral is between 1140 and 1270 years. Its distinguishing feature can be considered the peak of the internecine wars of Russian principalities, the rise of Temujin, who became the Kurultay (1206 year) Genghis Khan, the appearance on the international stage of the Mongol Empire and the beginning of the Mongol invasion of Russia.
For the second turn of the GS's spiral this hour falls on 1883-1901 years, most of which falls in the reign of the conservative Emperor Alexander III, saying that "Russia has only two allies: the army and Navy" speaks volumes.
By the middle of the XIII century the Russian principalities and the other kingdoms, located on the territory of the Volga region, the Urals, Siberia and the Far East, which are today parts of the United Russia (apart from some Western European countries), as vassals are already included in the Golden Horde of the Mongol Empire. So it is natural to consider the Great khans (emperors) of the Mongolian Golden Horde tsars of Russia. Recall the names of the first Horde tsars of Russia:
Genghis Khan (Fig.5A, approx. 1155 or 1162 — August 25, 1227),
Tolui (Regent during Ogodei's reign), Ogodei, Dorigine-Khatun (Regent for Guake), gayuk, Ogul-Gimes (Regent when Mongke), Munke ....and others.
Because of the significant gain and following some of the Golden Horde separation from the Mongol Empire, should also khans of the Golden Horde, directly ruled the Russian principalities:
Batu (Fig.5B, approx. 1209 — 1255/1256),
Sartak Ulici, Berke, Mengu-Timur.....Uzbek, Tinibek, Janibek and other...
Fig.5 Genghis Khan (a) and his grandson Batu (b) (bust installed in the city Segut, Turkey).
By the end of the second hour of Russian history press long and cruel civil wars between the Russian principalities, the regular attacks from the West and a vassal dependence on the Golden Horde gradually leads to the understanding of many of the princes about the need to unite. This contributes to the transfer of the capital of Russia from Kiev to Vladimir and then to Moscow, devoid of internal strife.
As written by Lev Gumilev in his book "the Black legend": "Russian Prince Yaroslav Vsevolodovich companions fighting their own people, a Russian, and his father also fought in the war – only goal of Vsevolod and his son is different, they are fighting for a United Russia, for the power to put an end to all strife and stop the raids committed by these same "friends". And, accordingly, to stop the destruction of civilians and destruction of settlements. That is to stop the process that the chronicler called "the destruction of the Russian land".
At the same time for the Baikal region, the future center of the origin of the Mongol Empire, characterized by massive appearance, as would say now, people of the new formation. Research Gumilev L.N. it was shown that the youth of Genghis Khan in the end of XI century there was the so-called "People of Long Will" - people "...specific behavioral attitude, differing from their ancestors, and most of the tribesmen greater energy, enterprise, ability to sacrifice, in short - passionate voltage. All of them were infected with this spirit, those who accidentally joined them. And those behaved the same way, seeing obedience to the Khan the Supreme goal of his life. Not arbitrarily Khan they obeyed, and the law, which is subordinate to the Khan himself. Called this the law of the YASA". Later, in 1206, at the Kurultai, Genghis Khan elected Supreme ruler, the "people of long will" YASA was adopted the basic law, as we would say today – by the Constitution. That is, after she repeatedly updated and supplemented.
Russia has partially legitimate historical right to be considered the birthplace of Genghis Khan for the following reasons:
- he was born in 8 km North of the current border of Russia with Mongolia;
- was elected Khan in the mouth of the river Onon, which is nowadays close to the border of Russia with Mongolia;
- center and a large part of the Mongol Empire in the initial stage was located in Transbaikalia, i.e. on the territory of Russia;
- the name of the Mongol – originated according to traditional word formation, characteristic of most of the Slavic-Aryan peoples living in the territories included in the Russian, from the original word, "Meng". Author's version did not contradict tradition and is the name of the basic words are: "man/man +./ha + Olam", which literally translates as "man + road + God" with the meaning "divine wanderer" or "man in the ways of God." It also means and linguistic affinity with the creators of the Mongol Empire.
After almost 7 centuries after, in the late XIX century, almost mass appearance of people with great energy in Russia in General is beginning to develop a similar situation with the rise of the activity of the different passionate public figures of all stripes in the form of the revolutionary "People of Long Will", forming a revolutionary movement.
The way of life and activities of most of these revolutionary passionaries, despite the sometimes criminal foreign entity, lay a desire to build a new, more just society (from their point of view by then) without oppression by overthrowing the tsarist autocracy and bourgeois relations described in the writings of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Many of these movers were distinguished by the willingness to the most resolute actions, including political murders and terrorist attacks. The most famous should be regarded as repeated assassination attempt and finally the murder of Alexander II, Stolypin P.A.
Later in 1917, the most martial part of this movement in the form of the Bolshevik party, led by the most energetic leader of the era of Vladimir Lenin come to power and formulate a new agenda in the form of building a socialist state a new type.
As can be seen from the earlier charts a historical period that corresponds to the turbulent activity of the "People of Long Will"followed by a nomination in the role of leader and the leader of Genghis Khan in Mongolia to one branch of the cycles GS, chronologically, clearly in line with their other branches the growth of the revolutionary movement with a subsequent nomination in the role of leader and the leader of Lenin V.I. And in accordance with this logical record most clearly these two pairs:
"People of Long Will", led by Genghis Khan – revolutionaries, led by Lenin V.I.
These two combinations are surprisingly similar to each other and precede the appearance on the historical scene with a difference of about 700 years of the Mongolian and Soviet empires.
As it is paradoxical will sound, but it is possible distant family relationship between Genghis Khan and Lenin (Fig.6). Their date of birth was shared by about 800 years and, if we assume that one generation is about 30 years between them can be laid 26 generations. Most researchers pedigree of Lenin V.I. was interested in the question of his Jewish roots through the mother, maiden M. Blank. However, in the context of this study is much more important to try to find his ancestors on the paternal side, containing Turkic roots. It is possible that these roots can lead to Genghis Khan or his distant relatives genghisides, which among the Russians.
Fig.6 Images of Genghis Khan (a, в, д) and Vladimir Lenin (б, г, e)
The ideological basis of a new type of state: when Genghis Khan and Lenin
The creation of any new state is impossible without the basis, primarily ideological, forming the basic legal principles of its existence and development. And to understand the General in the Mongol Empire and Soviet Russia (later USSR) established by Genghis Khan and Lenin, will briefly present their ideological bases. As with the foundations of the Soviet ideology, many are familiar, therefore more attention will be paid to the Mongol Empire.
So, the basis of the Mongol Empire was the YASA - legal laws developed by professional jurists of his time and introduced by Genghis Khan, which without exaggeration can be considered a Constitution. According to historians YASA combines the elements related Turkic cultures of Central Asia Uighurs and Kipchaks in Eastern Europe" who were the creators and rulers of the KIMAK state.
In full the Jar is not preserved, but the fragmentary information that has survived to our days through the chroniclers, allow it to recover.
So, the basic rules, undoubtedly, established the procedure for the formation of higher authorities - the choice of the high Khan, "President for life", "the Emperor exclusively to the Congress of princes". Installed and punishment for attempts to seize power outside the established order of election - the death penalty for someone who "wish to be Emperor on his own authority, without election of the princes".
Khan, according to YASA, had not only rights but also obligations: "In General terms the nature of the Khan's power is defined in medieval sources: the Khan is obliged to take care of his subjects and army, as the mother of their children, and citizens and the army should consider the king the father for himself, and sincerely to obey him, to serve and to sacrifice their lives to maintain its power" (ibid.).
The judiciary according to the YASA was separated from the Executive, Khan . None of the subjects of the powers could not be deprived of life, subjected to any other punishment without trial, to the same was provided and very effectively acted and rule on the appeal of decisions on Affairs of any nature — criminal, civil, and administrative.
The laws of Genghis Khan was punished by death for murder, fornication, men and the infidelity of his wife, theft, robbery, receiving stolen goods, concealing a runaway slave, sorcery, aiming to harm the middle-a three-time bankrupt, i.e. the non-return of debt, and failure to return the weapon, accidentally lost by the owner in the campaign or in battle . Just punished the one who refused the traveler in the water or food . Failure to assist a comrade was equal to the most severe crimes. Forbidden anyone is in the presence of another without sharing with him the food. A common meal no one had to eat more than the other .
Punishment for serious crimes was death penalty; and for small - corporal punishment or exile to distant places.
Rules of procedural law interpreting the order of application of the jars contained the so-called Bilik (interpretation guidelines) that all the leaders had to learn, And those who did not pass data "training courses of legal knowledge", were excluded from managerial positions. This was achieved thanks to the effectiveness and proper enforcement of existing and newly adopted laws.
For those who are the Mongols "took him away with them to conquer other peoples," for those who "joined them", that is, for the soldiers of the Mongol army and civil servants of the powers that the Jar contained the norms of reciprocity and mutual aid. Then there was established the principle: "one for all and all for one", and norms of reciprocity was common to all the Mongols from Khan to the ordinary soldier .
The jar contained rules of religious tolerance, the equality of all before the law and government out of differences in religion, race and ethnicity, norms on the responsibility of all members of society before the law, including the Supreme ruler and the ordinary citizen of the state. Was YASA, the rules on immunity of ambassadors.
Contained in the YASA, as noted above, and the principles of equal opportunities for everyone regardless of their origin according to their abilities and human qualities, principles, prescribing nobility, devotion to duty and to the word, and the desire for complete dedication of everyone in his chosen field and a commitment to excellence.
Thus, given even very brief information, we can say that the code of laws of Genghis Khan, known in History under the name of YASA, was a huge achievement in the development of the law in the life of all mankind.
The common territories of the Mongol Empire and covered by the revolutionary movement of the early twentieth century
As a result of Western campaign of Batu beginning of the thirteenth century, bequeathed during the life of Genghis Khan, arose the greatest part of the Mongol Empire – the Golden Horde. It included Western Siberia, the Kipchak steppe, the Volga Bulgaria, the Polovtsian steppe, the Russian principalities and part of Eastern Europe.
In the European battles, in particular, in Legnica and other battles was defeated "joint Polish-German-Moravian troops and the Hungarian army, and Mongol troops under the command of Batu were Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and in the spring of 1242 came to the Adriatic coast." Part of the Mongol-Tatar troops were Russian princes with their troops. While the Tatar-Mongols invaded in those countries that are successfully advancing on Russia since the end of the XII century.
After almost exactly 700 years in the late XIX - early XX century almost all the territory of the Russian Empire and Western Europe, conquered during the Western campaign of Batu and entered into the Golden Horde and the Mongol Empire will cover the surge of the revolutionary movement. What then will the rapid growth of the political activity of Lenin V. I. (1887-1924.), who carried out the revolution in Russia in 1917 that gave rise to revolutions in Germany and Hungary in 1918.
The territory of Russian Empire at that time stretched from the Baltic sea in the West to the Pacific ocean in the East and from the Arctic ocean in the North to the Black sea in the South. And emerged in 1917 on the ruins of the Russian Empire, the Soviet state and later, in 1922, the Soviet Union geographically only slightly decreased due to the secession of Poland and Finland.
It is surprising that geographically the Golden Horde (Fig.7) almost coincides with the territory of the Russian Empire in the early twentieth century, and given the Western territories, which reached the Tatar-Mongols of the total territory almost identical with the countries of the Warsaw Pact and SEV. After the collapse of the Golden Horde in the political arena has gradually come to Russia gradually expanded its territory to almost the former Mongol Empire, which became the historical heir.
Fig.7 Territory of the Mongol Empire [http://frameset.ru/mongol/map/].
3.3 the Third hour of Russian history. The emergence of the "power" group, represents the new ideology.
The peculiarity of this phase of Russian history is as it were unexpected and random, but in fact predopredeleno the fate of appearance in the political arena of the like-minded group with a new ideology, the gradual increase of their authority, power and influence on society.
For the first branch of AP that period lasted from 1270 to 1380 years, and is characterized by the accumulation of internal forces and the greatest role was played by Ivan I Kalita. He played a major role in strengthening economic and political Union of the Moscow Principality and the Golden Horde for which it collected from the Russian land tribute. Ruthlessly suppressed the popular discontent caused by heavy exactions, and dealt with political opponents — in other Russian princes . Ivan I of Moscow strengthened its influence on the range lands of the North of Russia (Tver, Pskov, Novgorod, etc.). During the 40 years of peace with 1328 1368 year within the Moscow Principality was not any Horde raids or wars against other enemies. In addition, he bought and traded villages in different places: near Kostroma, Vladimir, and Rostov, along the Msta river and Kirzhach, and even in the Novgorod land, Novgorod in spite of the laws forbidding princes to buy land there. He wound up in the Novgorod land settlement, was inhabited by their own people, spreading thus its power.
One of the main traits of the willow — flexibility in relations with people and persistence. He often went to the Khan at the Horde and soon earned the favor and trust of Uzbek-Khan. While other Russian lands suffered from the Tartar invasions, possession Prince of Moscow remained calm, their population and wealth has grown steadily : Stopped filthy to fight the Russian land, stop killing Christians; rested, and doth rest the Christians from the great languor and a lot of hardships and violence of the Tatar; and from then on there was silence across the earth . As we now know it created serious preconditions for the Russian enterprises and create a large potential to achieve victory in the battle of Kulikovo.
The third hour of Russian history on the second turn of the spiral ZS lasted from 1901 to 1917 and includes all known events associated with the recent emergence of the party of the RSDLP (1898), later became the basis of the Bolsheviks, the growth of the revolutionary movement, the revolution of 1905-1907, the first world war (1914), a significant impoverishment of workers and peasants, the murder of Rasputin (1916), etc.
Ice battle with the Livonians on lake Chudskoe and the war with the Germans in world war I the war as a historical analogues
Historical records report that since the beginning of the XIII century in Russia there come many troops of many Nations: Hungarians, poles, Germans. Especially revealing is the fate of the inhabitants of the Russian city Yuriev. For example, "....Bishop Adalbert, supported by the Livs, in 1224, took a Russian city Yuriev, and spared not a single Russian. This stage of the war the Germans won and reached the line of the radical Russia." The Hungarians advancing on Galicia, the poles in Volhynia.
For some time rounding of dates, you notice an interesting feature, namely the war with the Germans (Fig.8). In full compliance with the reporting cycles of the Golden section, the battle with the German knights on lake Chudskoe in 1242, called battle on the Ice, clearly connected with the Russian-German front in the fields of First world war (1914-1918).
So chronologically this is the connection between these two different events with an interval of nearly 700 years explained in a similar location on different branches of a spiral of the Golden section.
Fig.8 Two historical events are linked with cycles of the Golden section:
a - Ice battle in 1242, b – the First world war, the Russian-German front of 1914-1918.
4. The second phase of Russian history "The Revolutionary birth of a new nation"
The phase of Russian history occupies the second position in the spiral turns of the GS's spiral, continuing the development of the historical events first. For the first and second turns of Russian history, it includes two important historical periods: 1380-1613 1917-1953 gg. and the First period lasts for 233 years, coinciding exactly with the number 233 of the Fibonacci series, begins with the battle of Kulikovo with the participation of Tokhtamysh and DM. Donskoy in 1380, inspired by Sergius of Radonezh, and. ends with the beginning of a new tsarist dynasty of the Romanovs (1613) after the termination of the Rurik dynasty and the turmoil. The second period lasts for 36 years, almost coinciding with the number 35 the Fibonacci series, also founded the fateful events of Russian history, beginning with the October revolution of 1917, led by Lenin V.I., and ending with the new policy of Khrushchev N. With. after the death of Stalin I.V. (1953).
The second phase of Russian history as the first, on all the turns of the GS's spiral lasts three hours, each of which can be described as:
4.1 Fourth hour in Russian history. The coming to power of the avant-garde group with a new ideology, the beginning of the civil war, the breakup of the former and the emergence of the state on the principles of the new ideology.
4.2 Fifth hour of Russian history. The creation of the foundations of the state on the principles of the new ideology.
4.3 Sixth hour of Russian history. War.
The fourth hour of Russian history lasts for the first turn of GS's spiral 1380 and 1479 years, and on the second branch from 1917 to 1931, and within this study will be discussed in detail only.
4.1 Fourth hour in Russian history. The coming to power of the avant-garde group with a new ideology, the beginning of the civil war, the breakup of the former and the emergence of the state on the principles of the new ideology.
This hour of Russian history in the first turn of the GS's spiral lasted from 1380 and 1479 years. For it was a fateful event in the form of victorious the battle of Kulikovo, 8 September 1380, This bright event was the result of military prowess of the troops at the head of the Dm.Donskoy and the spiritual patronage of St.Sergius of Radonezh. After this victory, quickly, in one day revolutionary changed the course of history, have emerged the foundations of the ideology focused on a strong single independent state, the passion of people which exceeds the drive of the Tatar-Mongol.
After the battle of Kulikovo in Russia was almost 100-year-old civil war. While open war with varying success lasted in the Principality of Moscow 20 years - from 1432 to 1452 Description of its twists, turns, lies outside our theme. We note only that it was fought more fiercely than the previous specific strife. Now prisoners of the princes was dazzling, and Semaco, escaped to Novgorod, was poisoned by the cook-a traitor. However, it was for that. Taking Ustyug in 1450, drowned Shemyaka unsympathetic townspeople in the Sukhona, not after the storm, rashly, but deliberately, methodically. But in the end Shemyaka lost because the people and the army chose the new system, i.e., a new pattern, old, traditional, but distorted the ensuing decrepitude of the system. Updated ethnos was disgusting "Shemyakin court."
Along with the Tatars in the great Russian ethnos went Finno-Ugric tribes of the ancient ethnic groups of the Northern part of the Russian plain. Some of them, adopting Christianity, merged with the Slavic so I forgot my former self. These are the Merya, muroma, golyad and zavolotskaya Chud. Others have kept the names of their ancestors: Chuvash, Cheremis (Mari), votyaks (Udmurts), Mordvinians, Izhora, Veps, etc., but this did not prevent their contacts with the Russians. Since they have lived in their usual landscapes, i.e. "home", their communication with the great Russians should be called symbiosis, which also complicates the ethnic system and strengthens it.
So, Moscow has managed to lead updated passionate impetus to Russia and to withdraw her from being a vassal of the Horde on a path of self-affirmation, that was greatly facilitated by the broad tolerance of the natives and the firm position of rejection of foreign influences. We can say that Russia has revived -- no, not the Byzantine Empire, but rather a dream about the Kingdom of Prester John, which was unable to undertake the Central Asian Nestorians .
After nearly 100 years of civil war, this period ended on a triumphant standing in 1480 on the Ugra headed by Ivan III the Great against the Great Horde Khan Akhmat and the independence from the Tatar-Mongols, shared the history of Russia in the "before" and "after". Continue with the consolidation of Muscovy gradually became the Russian Empire and later under Peter I, the Russian Empire, expanding geographically, including land, included in the Mongol Empire.
In the XIX century the Golden Horde disintegrated into the Nogai Horde (beginning of the XV century), Kazan (1438), the Crimea (1459), Siberian (the end of XV century), and other khanates.
In the second turn of the GS's spiral fourth hour of Russian history of the October revolution/the revolution of 1917 includes the civil war, war communism, the NEP, Lenin's death and lasted until 1931. It is almost exactly the same as the year of great breakthrough, linking with this name decisive turning point in the course of industrialization and progress in the cultural development of the country. All these events are well known and there is no reason to repeat.
Much more important to note that in essence the content of these hours for two adjacent turns of GS's spiral are very similar. Also with this in mind, it becomes clear double image of the Bolsheviks, the present, obviously associated with the ethnic group predominant drive during the Tatar-Mongol. On contemporary data published after 1991, probably the closest to the real image of the pre-revolutionary Bolsheviks, including Lenin V. I., Stalin I.V., describes only polupostelnyj and/or semi-criminal terms: "demons", a politicized group of fanatical Marxists, terrorists, extremists, criminals, the fifth column, etc., etc. the Tone of this is close to the image destroyers, invaders, the Mongols, who made devastating raids during your invasion. This is particularly well expressed in the idiom "...like a bomb site...".
After the October revolution of 1917, the image of the Bolsheviks gradually changing to the opposite, expressed by images of builders of a new, more just and progressive society, and even fantastic builders of communism. This is already clearly associated with passionate dominance of the Russians over Tatar-Mongols on the first branch of ZS, especially after 1480, followed by the addition of the Kazan, Astrakhan and Siberian khanates, and, in fact, the absorption by the Russian Empire Mongol V through nearly centuries after its creation.
Trends of drive Russian and Tatar-Mongols during the Mongol invasion: before and after the battle of Kulikovo (1380) and standing on the Ugra (1480) will be explained using Fig.9.
This historic feature can be figuratively likened to how to run a large and powerful engine run small or as booster displays from the spacecraft trajectory. And the Mongol Empire the Mongol invasion and the almost 250-year yoke rigidly and severely increased many times passionarnost of the Russian, citing the effect of certain mechanisms as a basis for the future Russian Empire.
Fig.9 Change of of passionarity Russian and Tatar-Mongols during the Mongol invasion: before and after the battle of Kulikovo (1380) and standing on the Ugra (1480).
1. Russian history after the Cristening of Rus in 988 includes not only the history of the Russian principalities, but of all the peoples living in the territories later included in its composition, the most passionate among them were the Tatar-Mongols and the Mongol Empire.
2. The period of active political life, Lenin V.I. (1887-1924) on the first turn of the spiral corresponds to the GS period 1192-1443 years, including historical events not only Kiev, Vladimir and Moscow of Russia, but the events associated with the formation of the Mongol Empire, Golden Horde, and the relationship of the first and second.
3. Feature of mass occurrence of revolutionaries and extreme political exaltation of V. I. Lenin before the October revolution of 1917 due to a significant predominance of the drive for the Mongols until the battle of Kulikovo in 1380 at the previous turn of the GS's spiral, which is associated with the events, including the advent of Asia's "People of Long will" the election of Temujin Genghis Khan (1206), the creation of the Mongol Empire and the Mongol invasion of Russia. Therefore, the image of "rams history", suitable for the Tatar-Mongol, can be successfully transferred to Lenin V. I. and the avant-garde group in the face of the Bolshevik party they poglavlja.
4. The battle of Kulikovo in 1380, has its counterpart in the Russian revolution of 1917, on the second turn of the GS's spiral as a historical reference to the birth of the new state. After the battle of Kulikovo Russian passion began to exceed the passion of the Tatar-Mongol, creating conditions for the complete liberation from the Tatar-Mongol yoke. Similarly, the image of VI Lenin and the Bolsheviks gradually changed after the 1917 revolution, from destroyers to creators of the new state.
5. The drive of the Tatar-Mongol and the Mongol Empire to Russian and Russian to present such a small engine more powerful or launching a rocket, bringing the spacecraft on the trajectory. The increased passion of the Tatar-Mongol albeit brutally, was handed over to the Russian that having taken the baton then swallowed the rest before the powerful Mongol Empire.
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