Towards the 100 anniversary of the Russian Revolution, I had been creating this art series. At the conception stage, I never looked past the book written by the foremost expert on Political history of Soviet in Japan, but recently, a book that focuses on the relationship between Russian Orthodox Church's heretical religious sect “Old Ritualists”(or Old Believers), and Soviet revolutionary regime's first stage of development was released in Japan. This prompted me to learn how the roots of the art themes like Russian paintings arts of the 19c~20c and Russian literatures that I have known since I was a child, were influenced by a history of conflict between Russian Orthodox Church and Old Ritualists, and Old Ritualists's network. Just as represented by the word ”Religions is the opium of the people“, Marxism and Soviet councils etc. have had an image of being a form of atheism. However, since the eve of the revolution, the Old Ritualists network supported the activities of Soviet revolutionary regime, and therefore affected it. This is proven by the existence of notes from the party conventions etc. Currently, the Russian government is friendly to Russian Orthodox, and I realized that by focusing on the relationship between religion and the revolutionary politics, it would be possible to include the current situation of disorder into the range of my piece. It can be thought that the relationship between Soviet revolutionary regime and the old religious network will be of great interest in various fields in Japan in the future.