A.S. Pushkin. Petersburg: "Everywhere Unrighteous Power ". Part 3

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A.S. Pushkin. Petersburg: "Everywhere Unrighteous Power ". Part 3
A.S. Pushkin. Petersburg: "Everywhere Unrighteous Power ". Part 3

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A.S. Pushkin. Petersburg: "Everywhere unrighteous Power …". Part 3

Drunkenness with freedom and comprehension of the inner feeling of will. Ode "Liberty", system analysis. Indomitable love of life and selfless labor of knowledge. Glory and disgrace.

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Drunkenness with freedom and comprehension of the inner feeling of will. Ode "Liberty", system analysis. Indomitable love of life and selfless labor of knowledge. Glory and disgrace.

He had two elements: the satisfaction of carnal passions and poetry. In both, he went far (M. A. Korf).

Six years of the Lyceum are over. After a short stay at the estate of a stingy and eccentric father, eighteen-year-old college secretary Alexander Pushkin is back in St. Petersburg. He is assigned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, but has no interest in the service at all. Serving under the command, observing any kind of regulations for the urethral mental is absolutely impossible. All the time A.S. is devoted to meetings, everywhere - from the noble salon to the most undemanding feast - he is received with admiration, the witticisms are remembered, antics are copied and passed on from mouth to mouth, as well as poems that are written, it seems, in passing.


After the lyceum "confinement" the will intoxicates, and the poet seems to be trying to enjoy it for the future. “Forever without a penny, in debt, with duels, in close acquaintance with all the innkeepers and … yami” - this is how, according to MA Korf, Alexander Pushkin spends his time. And it is true. It is another matter that while suffering from a "rotten fever" (apparently malaria), Pushkin manages to read eight volumes of the just published "History of the Russian State" by N. M. Karamzin, finish writing "Ruslana and Lyudmila", and barely recovering from the disease, literally impromptu, on a dispute creates an ode to "Liberty":

I want to praise Freedom to the world, To strike vice on thrones.

Pushkin's lines are so capacious, the meanings of each word are so deep that you can endlessly reread and find new facets. A systematic reading makes it possible to look at Pushkin's brilliant texts from within the psychic unconscious and understand what the poet put into such seemingly understandable words as "power", "law", "nature."

It is generally accepted to consider "Ode" a revolutionary appeal. So it was perceived by enthusiastic readers and pretty shaken by the authorities. In part, "Ode", of course, is the return of the urethral poet to the lack of a "pack" - close friends, future Decembrists who want to see their ideas expressed in proclamation verses.

The systemic meaning of "Oda" is much broader than a call for the overthrow of tyrants. Pushkin through himself tells us about the urethral nature of power, about the fact that power is not according to the natural "eternal Law", unrighteous power is a vice that should be destroyed (smitten). And here it is very important to distinguish between the concept of the law of the skin (legislation, the constitution, which the Decembrists dreamed of as a limiter of autocratic power) and the law of the urethral (eternal, natural, higher), the law of the future, as Pushkin perceives it.

Everywhere unrighteous Power

In the thickened

gloom of prejudices Vossel - Slavery a formidable Genius

And Glory fatal passion.

The fatal passion (ambitious desire) for fame (fame, influence) inevitably pushes the hereditary ruler, not endowed by nature with the qualities of a leader, to establish slavery for his subjects. Such a ruler is not able to own free people, because he himself is a slave of a windy fate (heir) without the corresponding mental properties. The ambitious skinner Alexander I, and even more so the anal-dermal petty, vengeful Nicholas I, are slaves of their vector desires (passions, according to the urethral Pushkin), having nothing to do with the true desires of the natural urethral leader. Such a "leader" inevitably brings out his inner slavery, making his people slaves. Urethral tsars in Russia were not killed.

Only there over the king's head of the

Nations did not suffer suffering,

Where strong

combination of powerful laws with the Holy Liberty.


Only the urethral mentality of Russia and spiritual development in sound (Holy Liberty) are capable of bringing to life powerful (working) laws of the highest justice, which will provide peoples with a future without suffering.

The urethral judge of the future is quite clear in Pushkin:

And the crime from

above Fights with righteous scope;

Where their hand is not bribed

Neither greedy avarice, nor fear.

And further:

Lords! you are given a crown and throne by the

Law - not nature;

You are higher than the people, But the eternal Law is higher than you.

Power (crown and throne) should not be transferred by inheritance (by nature), but in accordance with the eternal Law of not inherited, but given from birth, the structure of the mental unconscious and the degree of its development.

Autocratic Villain!

I hate you, your throne, Your destruction, the death of children

I see with cruel joy.

What kind of savagery - "the death of children with a cruel joy to see", the reader will be horrified, and could young AS Pushkin rejoice at the death of children? The answer is in the systemic understanding of what you read. The death of each individual person is a tragedy for his loved ones. On the scale of the common destiny of mankind, the eradication of unrighteous hereditary power is a step that brings mankind closer to the future, given by nature. This is neither good nor bad. This is the inevitable fulfillment of the plan.

AS Pushkin is seriously working on the completion of the poem "Ruslan and Lyudmila". The young poet gives his brainchild to the judgment of the discerning critic PA Katenin: "Beat it, but learn it." Katenin beat Ruslan slightly, Pushkin admitted he was right, but did not correct his mistakes. Either consign unsuccessful poems to oblivion (the fate of most lyceum experiments after the merciless Katenin analysis), or let it remain as it is. The past has no value for the urethra, it will not correct mistakes, clean out what is already over. “I admitted my mistakes, but did not correct them,” notes Katenin.


The long-awaited arrival of the sweet "unbridled child" is celebrated by members of the literary society "Arzamas", the friendship between Pushkin and Zhukovsky is growing. Glory accompanies every step of A.S. He becomes "the idol of young people claiming intelligence and education." Where there is success, and even more so glory, there are envious people, who believe the special path of the urethral-sound poet to be debauchery, the burning of life. Someone openly slanders, unable to overcome their own frustrations, smears Pushkin with mud, certifies him as a "libertine." There are quite a few well-wishers from not stupid people who sincerely believed that Pushkin "wasted his talent" and that he should be put in Göttingen and "fed with milk soup and logic."

Alas, the urethral-sound life does not lend itself to skin logical understanding or anal systematization. How can you, without a penny to your soul, throw gold coins into the lake, enjoying their quiet immersion? What an absurdity to challenge the baron's neighbor to a duel because he hit your orderly with a stick! For all Pushkin's "mentors" on the right path and, perhaps, the most ridiculous of all, the director of the Lyceum E. A. Engelgardt said: "Oh, if this idler wanted to study, he would be an outstanding person in our literature."

Although A. Pushkin was not a member of any secret society, but even without secret societies, according to I. I. Pushchin, "acted in the best way." His poems were rewritten, there was no literate person in Russia, who would not know "Ode", "Village", "Hurray, gallops to Russia …". A.S. did not want to think about peaceful service, dreamed of war, was going to Georgia. Frightened by the growing fame of the free-thinker, the authorities decided the fate of the poet differently, sending him into exile in Bessarabia. Since that time, only the places of confinement have changed. Vigilant police surveillance was not removed from Pushkin until his death.

Read more:

Part 1. "The heart lives in the future"

Part 2. Childhood and Lyceum

Part 4. Southern link: "All pretty women have husbands here"

Part 5. Mikhailovskoe: "We have a gray sky, and the moon is like a turnip …"

Part 6. Providence and conduct: how the hare saved the poet for Russia

Part 7. Between Moscow and St. Petersburg: "Will I soon be thirty?"

Part 8. Natalie: “My fate is decided. I am getting married".

Part 9. Kamer-junker: "I will not be a slave and a buffoon with the king of heaven"

Part 10. The last year: "There is no happiness in the world, but there is peace and will"

Part 11. Duel: "But the whisper, the laughter of fools …"

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