Kirsan Ilyumzhinov: Is mysticism fiction or reality?

A new issue of the Russian Pioneer magazine has been published. I, like many others, have been writing columns for this periodical for several years. I fell for it. And I enjoy it.

The magazine publishes columns of Russian journalists, as well as famous people who share their opinions and views on various topics: politics, business, science, sports, culture and others. So, among the authors were Vladimir Putin, Vladislav Surkov, Sergei Lavrov, Mikhail Fridman, and others.
This time the main topic of the issue is mysticism. Agree, no matter how much we talk about this phenomenon, there are still plenty of "white spots". The editor-in-chief Andrey Kolesnikov writes in the announcement: “This issue is dedicated to mysticism. I have long wanted to finalize it (otherwise, I could not be at ease)."

Of course, it’s difficult to be at ease under the circumstances. Every time, faced with inexplicable phenomena, you are amazed and think: maybe it’s a coincidence? Maybe I imagined it? For example, a seemingly ordinary old woman, who is also blind, has no chance to predict future events so accurately that one can’t help but wonder: how could she have known this?

What's happening? Is the universe talking to us? Has the Almighty sent signs? Or was it the nature’s warning? What about prophetic dreams? Even people who have not read Shakespeare's Hamlet know this phrase, which has become a catch:
‘There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy’.
In general, I advise you to read the Russian Pioneer. You will find out what people, who may be of interest to you, think about mysticism!