Memory makes the past to be and presupposes the unity of personality in the length of time. Inner vision constantly mythologizes this past, complements and distorts facts by a subjective attitude. The foot layers of the memory iceberg — its storage — are hidden, so what looks like oblivion is not a disappearance of information, but only its non-actualization, remoteness in distance. This server is equipped with mechanisms for storing and retrieving data, algorithms for decision and action written in the experience. Vast spaces of collective memory are the area of psychic archaeology beyond the bounds of here-and-now consciousness.