Blessed are those who believe, and who is strong Veda

Who we are and where from? Birth of a Russian Earth? How they lived and what they believed our ancestors? Usually recall in this connection the words of the first Russian chronicler Nestor Christian era, which began as the chronicle:

"Behold the hold Tale (past) years, from there went to the Russian land, who start the first Bb Kiev knyazhiti, and where Russian Land was there …"
Referring to such sources, we condemn ourselves to advance the study of Russian history at best — since the founding of Kiev. And thus we see that the pre-Christian history and faith monks chroniclers described briefly and very reluctantly.

But is there any other, actually "Vedic" sources? Do not die ancient Slavic pre-Christian (or rather Vedic) tradition?
No. Now we can say firmly, died. Tradition can only be killed together with the people. It is the basis of life itself, language, songs and legends, folk Orthodox feasts and ceremonies.

And indeed the ancient faith of the Slavs and the Rus from ancient times, long before the Baptism of Russia, was called Orthodoxy. Russian called themselves Orthodox, for the glory of rules to follow the Path of rules. She also was named Righteous faith, for the Slavs but know the truth, know the primordial Vedas, the ancient Vedas, the sacred legends about the origins of the Vedic faith, the former first faith almost all nations of the world.

The books from the collection of "Russian Veda" and, above all, in the "Book of Veles," says twenty thousand years, during which time was born, died and revived Russia. The books tells of ancient ancestral home, the land where generations born Russian, the progenitors of various kinds.

And now we must speak not of death, but a revival of the ancient traditions and beliefs, about the Russian Renaissance. Ancient faith never died, still hold many Slavic birth Vedic tradition.
Work to restore Russian Vedic culture began relatively recently, even in very recent past, in Soviet times, it was impossible to even write about it.

Today, public access to such vivid evidence of the existence of ancient Russian Vedic culture and faith as "Book of Veles", "The Tale of Igor's Campaign", "The Tale of Bygone Years" Nestor, "Boyan anthem", other primary sources, and all the folk epic: Legends, Myths , stories, tales, proverbs, etc … However, all this stuff is still not enough to fully restore Russian Vedic culture in full, and therefore it is possible and even necessary to study books other Vedic religions.
First and foremost — the Vedas of India as the best preserved and complete primary sources of ancient knowledge to date.

Today, one looks healthy forces of society uniting Russian idea of the experience of generations of Russian national tradition is thought to be the only possible way for his country. Mental health of a nation can find, just leaning against the net source of national spirit, a prisoner in the great Russian language, songs and epics, in the tradition of old, stored in. Is it possible to grow up to the sky, with no roots?

What exactly are the Slavic tradition now?
Vedism or pravedizm — is the oldest monotheistic faith, that is, the belief in the existence of God, spiritual knowledge, handed down to us in the sacred texts, in the form of folk Orthodox tradition in the form of oral tradition.

If we turn to the original meaning of the word FAITH, contained in the ancient runic texts, we get the following interpretation:
FAITH — modern sounding ancient image of a two runes:

1. Runa "Veda" — means the Veda of reference, ie the ability to come to know the Divine Wisdom of God, and having become slaves of the Most High, to tell it to others.
2. Fleece "RA" — means the Sun, Light or Light of Truth of God.
So then faith — is Shining the Light of Wisdom and Truth of God.

Today, on the revitalization of the old faith and the work of many, many of our fellow citizens.
Now the rules get in the path of many. In Russia today, there are already hundreds of Vedic communities, reviving the ancient faith, ancient knowledge and rituals,

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