Although we did not follow this at first, we were forced to put into practice a new science that we call "ANIMATOLOGY". Maybe it's a lot to say "a science," rather we're talking about a method here. This discipline studies the invisible part of a being, the soul. You wonder if a priest can do better than a psychologist, although both are anchored in the unknown and are trying to establish rules there. However, we are not mystics. For studies through various methods, which are mainly related to communication with the subject, we try to identify the mental (psychological) objects of the person. Then we place these mental objects in more complex structures. How do we do that? In the interview with the subject, we note his sensations in relation to a certain natural object or compound of natural objects. The natural object may also be the name of an action. We then establish a connection between these sensations and groups of sounds, colors, simple geometric objects, smells, textures. The connection is required for communication and computer simulation. The person in charge of Animatology should be specialized, should be an animatologist.

An animatologist, let's say a proto-animatologist, is the novelist. He knows a certain person or state of affairs and puts them in the pages of his book. If the novel is good, it reads many people and the novel survives to its characters and author. What the reader teaches in the novel can be put into practice by the reader. What was written 500 years ago can happen tomorrow, right?

What did the novelist do? He noticed, interpreted and noted a primary fact, which was at a certain point in time. The animatologist's observations will be scientific and more detailed. Animatologist's notes will be part of a computer program. The computer will simulate life, not so much what is seen, as the inner life, the life of the mental structures. Maybe what we understand through the Soul.