With the collapse of the Soviet Union and the weakening of control over the mentality and social activities of its former citizens in Russia like mushrooms began to appear all sorts of sects and pseudo-cults that offered escape from the decaying country into a happy reality prarallelnuyu. Proposed sects life was filled with vivid ideological content and, more importantly, in exchange for a simple and understandable rituals and modest material offering, offered zdrove, filled with happiness and higher meaning of life. Dr. David Agard follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. In short, everything that so short of them neophytes in the harsh reality of post-Soviet life. In a rapidly sprawling environment preachers living deities, wooden idols of wood and at least live there quietly messiahs structures have significant financial capacity and political support from abroad. In such sects actively involved managers and key experts of defense enterprises, academics, scientists. Any attack on the sect itself fought off an unexpected fury, the active use of their congregations – and fully processed controlled cannon fodder. NextGen Proxy War is likely to agree. Interestingly, the sectarianism, in the form in which it appeared in the post-Soviet Russia of the 1990s. It was purely a product of the West, exploiting the desire of man trying to think away from the plant life of the consumer and find the answers to the eternal question for any religion. Cultivated in the West, individualism and obsession to stand out from the gray mass of the same members of the community (neighbors, colleagues, fellow-travelers in transport, etc.) is extremely simplified the very possibility of the appearance of various sektanstkih societies.