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2 june, 2011 (0118us)  


Blog entries are not study materials. Such is the law of the genre. Each blog entry keeps to a rundown to give its readers a quick view of the subject’s entirety, even though developments might be desirable. The present subject is in this case, but anyone willing to understand is going to understands it.

Fellow men, join us!
Just as every great message is in history, the Arès Message is simplifying one.
For it is crucial!
It is about evil, but does not dwell on all of the numberless complex causes of evil or on the unexpected strategies evil will exert to withstand the apostolate of Good that we have undertaken.
It brings under attack the treason of religion and politics, the spirit of greed, of domination, of pleasure, the believers’ cowardice, but it’s no good to us overdoing it, because all of men are tainted (2/12) with sin; I am, you are, everybody is.
And yet everybody unknowingly inwardly conceals the Light of a prophecy extraordinary, but workable. This is why it endows goodwill men with a watchword simple, though powerful: Penitence!

The world claims to be aware of whatever is good and whatever is evil, which it expresses in cultures, dogmas and laws. The world is once and for all self-satisfied with its own assessment of good and evil, so it cannot evolve toward Good. On the contrary, the lowly (2/10) Arès Pilgrim has found out that he or she knows nothing about good and evil, and that he or she has to find all about it within himself or herself through penitence. Penitents have a great future.

Fellow men join us!
The Hand into the rift (Rev of Arès xxxvi/1), the Hand capable of parting open the jaws of good and evil, between which man has been suffering, to set him free from them, it’s you humble penitent people!

The penitents, that The Revelation of Arès is about, are not sad repentants going around in sackcloth and ashes, but conquerors of Good creative and joyful (Rev of Arès 30/11). They are quite simply people who love, forgive, make peace, are free of all prejudices, are gaining goodhearted intelligence.
Religion, politics and science consider man as irremediably chewed up between good and evil, a fate that he can only evade through death, says science, through mercy and prayer, says religion, government, law, tax and war, says politics.
No, the Father retorts to them, it’s through penitence, only through penitence that man will evade the good/evil dilemma, in which he has shut himself up ever since Adam’s days (Rev of Arès 2/5).

The Revelation of Arès
reminds us of the origin of men’s misfortune. Adam—which points to a race, but not an individual—recently spiritualized, probably exhilarated in feeling free like his Creator, whose image he had been made lately (Genesis 1/26-27), chose a way of life that involved much risk of generating evil and would indeed result in time, aging, injustice, suffering and death (Rev of Arès 2/1-5). Mankind ended up totally unaware that a return to the Day (Rev of Arès 31/8-12) of happiness and immortality was possible. The white king —religion — and black king — politics, economy, science — more loudly than ever claim that they know all about good and evil ; they make more laws and rules than they had ever made to define them. What’s more, and more critically, they have generated domineering prejudices, now deeply aggregated with the human nature, deaf to refutation, sharp curbs on evolution or escape, whatever, toward Good.
It’s to clear the way out of this situation that the Father calls (Rev of Arès 28/22, etc.).

Man will pull out of evil, if he understands that by awakening the loving Father’s image deep within himself where it is lying (28/6), he will know what real good is and what real evil is. Pulling out of the tunnel of the world’s law and prejudices is trying or frightening. First the Light dazzles, one gropes one’s way out like a mole (Rev of Arès 23/2), but it is the only way to salvation : penitence, in which becoming good is synonymous with becoming spiritually free (10/10) and intelligent (32/5). A green penitent’s concern may be, “Which is the cause and which is the effect? Am I becoming free and intelligent by becoming good or is it the other way around ?” Both are simultaneous in penitence. Seemingling illogical! One shall get used to this mental transfererence: Making God reappear inside one’s self (2/13), becoming the Creator’s blood again (xix/21) by becoming his basic creature again.
So it is not from God that the Arès Pilgrim, a pioneer of all of future believers, expects God’s Salvation (28/25). It is from himself or herself that he or she expects God’s Salvation and even more: the world’s salvation (or change) (28/7), because that destiny, which is not contingent, but deliberate, hangs on the likeness, the identity, between man and God.
An Arès Pilgrim finds salvation — or makes his or her soul (Rev of Arès 4/5-8, 17/4, etc.) — like the son of the parable (Luke 15/11-31) finds out evil and good deep within himself and finds the way back to the Father, the Spring (Rev of Arès 24/4. It it not up to the Father, but it is up to the son to decide on his destiny freely (10/10). The believer’s freedom is based on effort, it is a construction (17/4, 18/1-3), but an existential absolute one.
In other words, salvation is certain only when it results from continuous deliberate choice and action. The gratuitous gift of Mercy — Do not foster (men’s) weakness by alluding to my Mercy at every turn (Rev of Arès 16/15) — is possible, but contingent, unexpected, and will never affect the masses — the world (28/7).
Is the salvation through penitence only accessible to superior men, an elite ? No. Every one of men can achieve his penitence, because in this field nothing is quantitative or measurable. Your salvation does not depend on the level of good you reach, but of your will to overcome the despondency to reach it (Rév d'Arès 13/8).

To religion salvation means post-mortem reward granted in return for a life of faith put in religion’s dogmas and ritual practice.
To The Revelation of Arès the meaning of salvation is different, flexuous and gradual, notably because salvation is going to gain strength over evil in the living world from generation to generation (Rev of Arès 24/2), but on the other hand an extensive and much more generous meaning. It is the ascent (Rev of Arès 7/2, 25/6, 38/5) toward good and the victory over evil here below as well as in the afterlife for any good man, even an unbeliever (28/4 & 11). It is the ascent that, under the preponderating influence of a small remnant of penitents harvested from generation to generation is to end up transfiguring the world on the Day when the Light covers everything continuously (31/8) and Life restored. Man is the architect of God’s Salvation for himself and of God’s Victory (10/7) over global evil, the Beast (22/14).

Whoever has ears to listen will understand
even what is said here in human words unable to describe the transcendental Truth.

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