The article is referenced to the actional code of the Turkish nomadic people in Central Asia to analyze the space references presenting themselves in the process of different Turkish rituals. This article is aimed to find the common principles of space mounting and make a difference between horizontal and vertical paths, which are realized in the process of the rituals in different ways. Addressing Viktor Toporov's papers, the author checks the conclusions made by V. Toporov about the extra-linguistics meaning of the «stand» and «fall» in the structure of Slavonic languages on the basis of Turkish traditional culture. As a result of this analysis, he infers that the common synonym of the «stand» is «life», and «fall» is a synonym of «death» in traditional Turkish rituals. At the same time, the article reveals different variants of how those common ideas are presented during the ritual.