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Kirill Titov



DEIR


DEIR


Dalneisheye Energo-Informatsionnoye Razvitiye (School of Further Energy and Information Development Skills)


Dmitry Verishchagin, Kirill Titov


Dmitry Verishchagin, Kirill Titov


Russia (1982)


St. Petersburg, Russia


High School of Psychosocial Management Technologies


over 20 works written by Verishchagin and Titov


Radio DEIR


As pantheists, DEIR’s teachers argue that the nature of God and of human beings is identical. Through the impact of the human consciousness on energy—the world’s fundamental principle—one can change the world, pushing it in the right direction. The release of human beings from the influence of “energy and information parasites” which spread through society leads to personal freedom and self-determination. Moral ideals supposedly produce a sense of human guilt, and DEIR rejects morality on the grounds that morality is essentially a tool for manipulating others. 1. DEIR exhibits the characteristics of a pseudo-psychological, multilevel company. Its teaching is a controversial and unsystematic compilation of works by Osho (Rajneesh), Valery Averyanov (“Guru Vary Avera”), Peter Kelder, and Anton Szandor LaVey—as well as Bandler and Grinder’s ideas and techniques of neurolinguistic programming. 2. DEIR employs an antiscientific “emotional theory of truth” and shows an ambivalent attitude towards traditional religions because any church is a very powerful energy structure of “egregore” nature. (According to Wikipedia, “egregore” is “an occult concept representing a ‘thoughtform’ or ‘collective group mind,’ an autonomous psychic entity made up of, and influencing, the thoughts of a group of people.”) 3. DEIR has a negative attitude toward conventional medicine. 4. The skills acquired at the DEIR school (such as control of the ethereal body, tactile perception of bio-fields, the visual perception of auras) are occultic in nature.


According to Verishchagin and Titov, DEIR started as a secret project launched by direct order of the CPSU Central Committee. A group of researchers aimed at the development techniques by which one person could manage a crowd. In 1988, DEIR system was basically completed. In the 1990s, Verischagin refocused “the system of mind-control weapon” from a negative manipulation of people’s consciousness to their positive self-improvement. Any person could achieve absolute health, happiness, material wealth and become a creator of its own destiny, to shape reality and events according to his wishes. Interestingly enough, later on Verischagin went underground, and DEIR system was spread by his disciple Kirill Titov. In a few years DEIR schools have been organized worldwide.


Armenia, Australia, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Colombia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Moldova, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan

DEIR has the largest number of affiliate groups in Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan.


Russian


apologet.orthodox.ru/apologetika/oglavlenie/rossia.htm


www.deir.org