Question: Soviet rocket scientist Tsiolkovsky said that man had not yet reached the peak in development, that we have yet to reach it. Was he right from the point of view of Kabbalah?
Answer: Of course. In the time of Tsiolkovsky, in the 30s and 40s of the 20th century, we did not achieve what we have achieved today. Although, in principle, then we hoped for huge breakthroughs, for endless attainments.
Today we see that they all come to an end because they are limited by the nature of man, his desire, and all the means that we have within us. Therefore, we are really on the verge of a breakthrough, but into a completely different science, into a different paradigm.
I hope that in the coming years, humanity will finally understand this.
From KabTV’s “Close-Up. The Will of the Universe“ 11/28/10