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About Anarkhia and Penitence

Here are some excerpts from replies to comments on the blog entry 177 by Michel Potay.

“…Politics and its mother religion want to be done with problems of conscience, but we on the contrary force ourselves to awaken this conscience.  I even heard a person I encountered while seeking penitents say that intelligence was going extinct and should be replaced with instinct.  ‘What instinct’, I asked.  ‘The animal instinct of course’, they replied.  ‘No’, I said, ‘we are not animals, but men with a conscience.  No animal has a conscience.  They live in a universe of signals.  We live as Children of God, that is to say intelligent, and we can reawaken this conscience as one stirs up a fire.’”

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“I believe that nothing is possible on the level of society as long as we have not succeeded in spreading the idea that first man must personally change his life (RA 30/10-11).”

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“…Our penitence is anarkhia, since it rejects the power of evil in all of its forms.  We shall soon engage in the hardest striving for Good within us, around us, on Earth.  Politics seeks a cohesion of the masses under the law, police, courts of justice, but we work towards renewing the value of individuality and liberty—two of the five gifts God gave Adam, creating his spiritual nature: love, speech, creativity, liberty and individuality—and thus we must literally re-create the world and re-create ourselves…”

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…Yes, « the world will change in the assembly or will not change ».  In our assembly, the loop will be joined, that is to say that the process of penitence will have caused Evil to disappear and will have installed Good.  We have created and begun our assembly with The Revelation of Arès as a starting point which encourages us to refuse the hypocrisy, conscious or very often unconscious, of the religious Jews, Christians, Muslims or others, who while believing they are combating Evil, often without realising it, exercise a form of Evil which is paralysis, a mummification of faith.  Faith is Life.  To immobilize it by wrapping it in the bandages of dogma is Evil, that is to say, something which inhibits the march towards Life.

In the assembly we localized the first cause of Evil which is fear of one another which must be replaced by love of one another.  Was not barbarism born from the fear of one another?  One destroys the other, be it physically or intellectually, one destroys all that he does out of fear of him and what he does, one wants to remain as one is, without evolving, because one is fine, just like those with a toothache fear the dentist and prefer to stay home, feeling better with their pain than they would feel under the dentist’s drill.  We have installed the dentist’s drill, penitence.  In that way we are really combating Evil, beginning with the Evil within; we are not satisfied with believing, we act, we do.  Thus we strive, as does The Revelation of Arès, “to lead men to discover that love, reason, conscience and action in liberty, tools given to men from God’s very own Hand, will re-create the planet.”  Since most men do not understand because their minds are lacking the door through which action upon themselves might pass, the action of change, we strive for the moment to find those whose minds are not hermetically closed, those where that door exists, even if it is only a small louver window, those we call the ripe ears of grain.

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“…our political era seeks to eliminate the private individual in order to install what I call a standard man, who has no personality, who lives according to social standards decided by those in power, no longer plays any role, is nothing more than a human machine with interchangeable functions.  Those in power can dominate that man.  Those in power cannot exercise their domination on men like us, men who rediscover their liberty, each one his own, each one the creator of himself, each one the image and likeness of the Creator…”

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Advancing in spiritual life

“Nothing is easy, all goes slowly, we carry time as a very heavy burden, but little by little we see clearly and advance… Living spiritual life—as opposed to religious life—is very difficult because spiritual life happens within whereas religion comes from outside oneself.  Spiritual life, although it has a unique goal throughout the world which is the Union of All that is the Creator and all creatures, takes place in a wide variation of form and thought, because there is a constant rapport between spiritual life which is unique with the variable environment of the moment.  Thus for example original Buddhism, of Buddha, one of the greatest prophets of the Highest, aligns with the principle of reincarnation which was current in the Vth century BC environment in India, whereas in the XXIst century CE, we align with the unicarnation (I invent the word here) of our time, and yet both are true, for we are what has followed from the spiritual life that preceded us and at the same time responsible for our instantaneous destiny.  We have neither the words nor the way of thinking to express this truth apparently contradictory, but that will come.  Just as you become conscious of something calling you…”


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Spiritual Laziness

“In as much as I speak to those around me, I find an important number of persons who consider the accumulation of laws and powers by bureaucrats in the police force, the tax offices, justice system, etc., to be excessive, even unacceptable, and yet they submit to them.  It is therefore that they prefer after all the unacceptable to the effort, certainly an enormous one, required to change their lives themselves.  The same is true of religion.  Most believers do not seek the real sense of the Creator’s Calls; they submit bone-idly to religious and superstitious dictates.  One finds the same lazy reflex, the search for ease or convenience, with the Hebrews in the desert when they complain, “If only we had died by the Lord’s hand in Egypt! There we sat around pots of meat and ate all the food we wanted, but you (Moses and Aaron) have brought us out into this desert to starve this entire assembly to death.” (Exodus 16:3 NIV)”

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The Comfort of the System

“ …I do not believe that those who listen to us are as many as that who perceive our discourse as ‘abstract and impracticable’, but rather that they feel—because millenniums of power and laws above them have rendered them passive, therefore instinctively lazy—that following politics and the law is a lot less tiring than the penitence of which we speak.  In other words, people see comfort in politics and the law!…”


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…people no longer know what justice and happiness is

“…people no longer know what justice and happiness is.  They don’t understand that happiness depends only on themselves.  If they expect a good world, they must begin by being good themselves.  They must understand that happiness depends only on themselves and not on an ideology or laws…  You want happiness?  You are the master of the situation!  Start practicing love, peace making. thinking with intelligence free from prejudice, and you will begin to change the world.  Another world?  It is our job!  It is not the job of politicians, intellectuals.  At the end of the day, we are the only masters of the game…”

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Work in Progress

For the beginning of Ramadan this year, I thought I would put up one of my own works rather than just click on a glitter-graphic like I usually do.

It isn’t finished yet just as the work on myself is not complete. Participating in this fast is one of the tools I use in my endeavor to recover God’s Image and Likeness within.

It’s not always easy to find the middle way, that place of balance. Tightening the reins can help to become more aware. It also strengthens the self-control muscle.

It is a blessing to be healthy enough to make this effort.


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The Democratic Lie

Following is a comment and the reply to it from this post:



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To govern is to make believe said Machiavelli.

To make believe for several centuries that placing a yes or a no in a ballot box and then going home and continuing as usual while waiting for things to change seems to me to be a “democratic lie”.




Nothing is truer, my brother Luigi.  Thank you for your comment.  To govern is to make believe and to make believe is to lie.

No voter is duped by the democratic lie in which he participates because, as you say, nothing really changes and we are passively heading towards a catastrophe the nature of which we ignore for the time being, but it will occur.

The Father sent The Revelation of Arès in order to warn mankind of this catastrophe but it has been received as one more lie midst the world drowning in lies.


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