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The Sinister Path as a distinctive school in Slavic-Russian paganism emerges in the mid-2000's, arousing a great number of controversies and interpretations of its nature and place in tradition. Undoubtedly rested upon analogous schools of other traditions (Tantrism, Western Hermetism, Alchemy, Odinism, etc.) its initiator Veleslav offers a path that has never existed in Slavic paganism (although prerequisites and mythological motives are definitely existing). Tens of books by various authors since then have elaborated on the doctrine of the Sinister Path, which proves its great appeal for pilgrims of the Spirit.

 

What we encounter in The Great Perfection Doctrine is a substantial difference with traditional Western doctrines between the Left-Hand Path and the Sinister Path of Slavic-Russian paganism. The fundamental tenets of the former accentuate individualism and deification of the adherent, that is expressed in well-known motto “Not to revere God, but to become God”. For paganism however, such stand is not part of the Left Path, but rather it is basic reality, the natural ground. The Sinister Path of Russian paganism goes further, holding that deification of the adherent is possibly the last but not final stage of the Path of the Work. The fact is, Divinity in form of images, names and shapes must be sacrificed to the Ultimate, the Unthinkable in terms of language or images; sacrificed to the Sacred, which is absolutely numinous and is present beyond names and forms, something that was pointed at by the Rhineland mystics Meister Eckhart and John Tauler, or by the Neoplatonists. Herein Veleslav inherits the tradition of apophatic definition of the super-being of the Sacred.

 

In The Great Perfection Doctrine, the author Veleslav calls us to proceed with the search or the Sacred within us even further, to transcend both what he calls the Dexter and the Sinister Paths, his teachings leading us along the Path which is not the path in itself, to the conscious inactivity, and thus return to the Natural State of the Prime Source.

 

The Great Perfection Doctrine marks the first time popular author Veleslav's works are available in English, making his crucial teachings available to a larger audience. According to Veleslav's teachings, there are three paths in the World, or three steps to walk the One Path:

- The Right-Hand Path: the Path Away from one’s True Nature, the external work.

- The Left-Hand Path: the Path of Return to one’s True Nature, the internal work.

- The Path of the Great Perfection, or the Path which is not the path in itself: a way to remain in one’s True Nature without separation between the one who remains and  spiritual “inactivity”.

 

In the words of Veleslav: “The Path of the Great Perfection is a timeless teaching of self-disclosure of our True Nature, of spontaneous permanence in the PRIMORDIAL without being permanent, of non-conceptualized grasp of one’s True SELF as the UNBORN.” The Great Perfection Doctrine lays down the basis towards grasping that True Self, to the rediscovery of our true divine essence.

 

The Great Perfection Doctrine represents a new chapter in our Nox Sine Occasu collection. With this new title we have decided to overhaul the presentation of the Nox Sine Occasu booklets, making them even more luxurious. The first 60 copies will be bound in Italian black cloth and will come in a rugged cardboard black folder, sealed in wax with the NSO sigil and stamped in silver with a horse tetraskelion. The remaining 240 copies are also bound in Italian black cloth. All copies are hand-numbered and hand-sewn.

 

Specifications: 119 pages, 135 g. coated paper. Duodecimo size (135×190 mm.), soft cover (350 g.) bound in Italian black cloth with black end-papers. Cover hot-stamped in silver, hand-sewn spine. 300 hand-numbered copies.

 

 

 

Volhv Veleslav

The Great

Perfection Doctrine

Slavic Paganism deeply rooted in Eastern spirituality and gnostic ideas, a path through and beyond both the Right-Hand Path and Left-Hand Path.

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