Excerpt from a comment 06jan18 192C56
…If one can be certain of brother Michel’s faith and hope, what about his power? With this question one can understand the relative lack of success of The Revelation of Arès. We find ourselves back with the same problem as the Sermon on the Mount. Are we going to adopt a theory from someone who takes punches without responding although he has the strength of a carpenter?…
Excerpt from the reply:
…And now for power! Jesus could not, I cannot, as God can, extend a hand towards space, set the limits of infinity and say, “Let a thousand suns be!” and a thousand suns are! Only God can do that and God… we don’t know what He is. But I, human, the image and likeness of the Father (Genesis 1/26), a very small scale model of the Father, I can extend my will, make it envelope my whole being, force within myself a determination of my existence and say to myself, “From now on, you will be penitent, an apostle of the Father, an artisan of Good in this world; you will change your life (RA 30/11) and in doing so, you will participate in changing the world (RA 28/7),” that I can do, it’s my own power, my atom of power like I am an atom of God, of All That Is. That is what we are talking about when we evoke the spiritual power of mankind. We are not speaking about a material force, but rather an intangible force, the force of one’s will— SO THAT WE DO YOUR WILL (RA 12/4).
We think we evolve in a world of things and forces that are precise, scientific, psychological, measurable, but that is not true. Mankind is in a nature of associations that are vague, derivative, immaterial, one of the aspects that differentiates it from animals and vegetation.
Every morning I say to my spouse, “I love you,” but I am incapable of explaining the inner rush that I feel when I tell her that, incapable of saying why if she were to die there in front of me, I think I would die with her, incapable of telling her why our lives are joined to such a degree. She feels the same, perhaps even stronger. This love force is a power. Between us and those around us there are significant forces which we are incapable of knowing in a rational way. But these forces exist. That is where one will find our power.
Translated by djd
RA=The Revelation of Arès
“The deep cause of Muslim terrorism is not religious. It’s hate for western civilisation.
But this problem is replicated by another: We westerners don’t love ourselves either. Our missionaries are quite conscious of this reason buried deeply beneath other arguments. The people they meet don’t love themselves/each other, don’t expect much from themselves, in other words there is a painful general apathy. Should I say a general depression? … I am going to tell you why they feel this disgust or general apathy. It’s because they have completely lost sight that mankind has a much greater need for grandeur, interior beauty (RA 12/3), superior ideals, magnificent, of heroism (RA xxxv/4-12), love for one’s neighbour, forgiveness, true freedom, than for social security. That is what The Revelation of Arès reintroduces into our minds and that is what we seek to reintroduce to the public mind by assembling a small remnant (24/1) of heroes who go into the streets to remind humanity of this. Yes, we must fish out our beautiful ideals, particularly those of The Sermon on the Mount, from the gutters and sewage pipes where they have been abandoned.”
Excerpt from the reply to 12sep17 188C158
Translated by djd
In His immense Wisdom, with The Revelation of Arès, the Father gives us a very simple key: penitence, to unlock the door that will permit Good to enter the world. Perhaps we do not insist enough on this simplicity as realization of His Design. Mankind expects the complications and obscurities of the legal system—laws are the base of the legal system and there are so many, even jurists are becoming lost. Man has in his heart, in love, the code which enables him to put away in a closet all legal codes.
We must awaken love, make a hole in the indifference, coldness, laziness, ice…prelude to frozen specters…so that Good, too far removed, may return. What has man become? Not only condemned to die—each of us is, only the moment of execution varies—but miserable, hungry for peace and happiness yet incapable of giving himself that peace and happiness. Everything becomes quite complicated in this world, so much so that this complication agitates and derails the mind, prevents the fulfillment so necessary to happiness. I was having lunch a short while ago with my grandchildren and I said to myself: they are preparing their baccalaureate exams, soon they will enter institutions of higher education, and the worries of life will begin. The preparation of peace, the solution to the worries, is in the love they will give, because one only receives love if one gives love.
27fev17 182C21 extrait du réponse
Translated by djd
“… “ I turned my anarchy into anarkhia, a constructive insurgence,” you say, brother Angel, and it is absolutely true that the first head to be brought down is one’s self, which is the source of pride, that is to say, of the error which consists in believing oneself to be superior to others and thus killing Love.
Pride is ice, the man unfurled over himself freezes: nothing passes from him to the other. Love is the Fire, the Wind of the thaw. There cannot be anarkhia without Love and there is the difficulty, I know. Anarchists believed they were serving anarchy by killing. Alas, they were only in anger and anger, like pride, imprisons the being under the glacier of a long cold pressure. Reading works about anarchy, I did not find any allusion to what seems to me to be essential for developing a happy powerful anarchy, Love. One must admit that most anarchists are not believers, but still, I found that bizarre.
We must live with the hope that man be cured from his illness of submission. Why does man weaken himself thinking he absolutely needs rulers, laws, coercive protectors? It is an illness, one of those deep illnesses become congenital, inherited by the poor choice made by Adam (Revelation of Arès 2/1-5). We must give humanity the hope of being cured from this evil through which politics and religion live. Anarkhia, when it will begin to be put into practice in small human unities like it is practiced in our missions, will be a celebration following millenniums of being deprived of liberty and independence. They say that we only use 10% of our brain, but has anyone conceived the notion that the inactive 90% is the result of constraint of the mind, thought?
This thought, these capacities finally liberated, yes, it is penitence that will give it to us.”
15sep16 177C66 Réponse
Translated by djd
Our grandchild doesn’t know
My hands often smell of marigolds
I thought as I plucked the faded blossoms,
Savoured the burst of flavour from small orange Sungold tomatoes
Straight from the vine.
I would gladly have shared
Instead of putting all four into my mouth
But the distance is too great,
Our dwellings too far apart,
Two circles of love
On the physical plane.
Happy May Day!
This year the lily of the valley has not opened yet but the buds are lovely with their promise of perfume soon to come. May Day has dawned as a gray day with a west northwest wind. Temperature was 5.8°C upon arising.
Today is La Fête du Travail in France, like Labor Day. Some of the politically inclined, led by unions, will march. Most people hope for nice enough weather to have a cook-out. If the day off can be managed into a long weekend, that’s even better.
Our Creator recommends that we work:
“for work is (a) good (thing) for the worker, and he gets reward for it.” The Revelation of Arès 16/8
He does not approve of domination nor exploitation:
“Outside the wall the cruds lay down the women, the(ir) fire rake pulls the money (in), (they) eat the cream of earth; (they) cover My Hand (like) the cockroach, (they) swat (It); (they) hitch the people (like) the dogs.” The Revelation of Arès xxxii/14
May we choose to practice love in all areas of our dally life, working for the Good of everyone in each thing we do.