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Ungoizm - religious movement, which is based on the belief Ungoj - deity of progress, development and optimism. Ungoj portrayed as bare human foot (paw of the animal), or trace it left. The very same deity is one of many souls who inhabit the Universe, so that every soul on Earth is equal to the divine and the essence of the one God.
The history of its roots in Siberian role movement, widespread Ungoj got the words and deeds of Alexej Shiriaev, also known as Krys( lj: wild_old_man). So, he spread the tale of a certain ethnic group, in which the word battle cry "ungoj" means "forward", but the word "back" in their language was not, so the retreat should scream "and now turn around and ungoj-ungoj". Interestingly, in the Internet sources make no mention of the "ungoj", but there are many references to either Tatar, Kazakh whether "algu," the essence of which is to the same bike. Thus, belief in the mythical ungoy be considered, and the Ungoj untestable and unprovable. However, despite this contradiction, ungoizm steadily gaining more and more followers, the bike's Ungoj passed from mouth to mouth, and to Ungoj cry more often. Faith in Ungoj includes:
- Move forward;
- Confidence in the future;
- The desire to travel;
- The desire for knowledge and development (both physical and spiritual, intellectual, etc.)
Ungoj mantra is "yt'", often with overlapping "yt'-yt'" or double duplication mantras and god name - "yt'-yt'-ungoj-ungoj". Emotional mood when reading mantras - joyful, sparkling with joy, happiness changes or movements.
Related philosophical and religious movements: Cult "Hakuma Matata".
sailing, writing, mountain's trips, swimming, painting, fortepiano, guitar, mosaika, creative, doing ships, working with people, travelling, Indeans, Polish, being photomodel, teaching, studying, geography, bars, coffee, drinks, HoReCa
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I have traveled alone by autostop across all Russia =))
Countries I’ve Visited
Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Poland, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In
Belarus, Russian Federation