The Author

Selegin Roman Pavlovich

Born in Taganrog in 1958, in 1975-1980 I went to Rostov State University (RSU / SFedU), where received materialistic education. A physicist by training, I am a philosopher by vocation.

For 10 years after graduating from RSU I worked in the Academy of Sciences developing the basic principles of building instruments for scientific research. Because of the drastic cuts in funding, I had to start my own trading business, which 10 years later ended with a raider seizure, obviously supported by unscrupulous and corrupt law enforcement officers. My confrontation with high-ranking “law-enforcement” went on for 6 years.

Since 2005, I have been doing independent research on the reconstruction of the most ancient scientific spiritual-materialistic paradigm, on the basis of which philosophical, or Eastern science is being recreated, which rests upon the core of the logical-mathematical model of the origin of the Universe from Nothing, or a model from Nothing. I inherited the main, universal, and vital knowledge from my Father, who persistently taught: first think, and then do. This proverb wisdom, in fact, is the quintessence of the New Paradigm, where the spiritual precedes, and the material succeeds.


My Spiritual Teachers

My Father

Селегин Павел Алексеевич

Selegin Pavel Alekseevich
(21.01.1911 – 10.02.1992)

My Father was born in the ancient town of Romanov-Borisoglebsk on the Upper Volga (now the town of Tutaev, Yaroslavl Region) into a family of workers. He was a veteran of the Second World War, serving from 1941 to 1945, first as commander of the T-34 tank tower and then as commander of a T-34 platoon. From March 1945 he was a communist in the best sense of the word. In Taganrog, where he was sent for full-time work at the end of 1952, he worked as a combine-harvester builder and inventor; he was very strict to those who took their duties easy, which is why he was eventually promoted from the post of head of the R&D bureau experimental department to the post of head of the Quality department. Good with hands, my father was especially masterful with metal and wood. He was also an avid angler and nature lover, a man of good and open mind, intelligent, but sometimes childish and gullible. In everyday life he was modest and undemanding, and dedicated a lot of his time to bringing me up. May his Ahu shine in the sky!

My Betty

(21.11.2001 – 28.09.2017)

Be it not for her – this dignified and submissive Person of angelic purity – inarticulate, but so resourceful, sincere nature mediator, and therefore in some way my spiritual mentor – perhaps my discoveries made in the period of her life would never have been made. May her Ahu shine in the sky!

…Let this look, let this clasping of hands tell you what’s inexpressible!
Goethe, Faust, Scene XII (3190), The Garden.
Translated by A. S. Kline.

A man who knows the truth, forgets about words. Where to find
a man who forgot about words – to talk to him.
Zhuang Zhou.

Speak not, lie hidden, and conceal
the way you dream, the things you feel

A thought once uttered is untrue.
F.Tyutchev, Silentium! Translated by V. Nabokov.


And, of course, I try to perceive a lot from the Gods, comprehending the rich heritage left by Them on the Earth.
May Their glory never fade – forever and ever!