Old Greek anarkia means "without any leader"
(Dictionary by A. Bailly). From anarkia the word anarchy has
derived = refusal to be ruled in any way how. As the word
anarchy, however, has named political, fierce, sometimes murderous
movements, while we aim at a spiritual achievement, I prefer to
call it anarkia.
Revelation of Arès says: You shall not be a leader
for anybody (16/1), You shall not captain anybody (36/19).
With these words the Father reminds us of the state of anarkia
He gave His Children, the human beings when He
created them, and he has ceaselessly recalled them to have to
Anarkia may recur, but it is a very difficult scheme, because
it affects the sort of society Adam (Rev of Arès 2/1-5) wanted
to set up: masses of ruled people subjected by the winds of a
Can human beings be absolutely free (Rev of Arès 10/10)
again, not be subjected to any ruler (16/1) or law
(27/8, xix/24) after they have lived for millennia (at
the very best) in freedom reduced by dominators even
in democracies? The prospect of that revival explains why The
Revelation of Arès is dismissed by powers, who think or
claim that it is foolish to plan a comeback to an intelligent
world for the basic humans chained to the wall of the cave
that Plato made famous in "The Republic".
But human beings unknowingly have the tool to break their
chain: love. Anarkia, which is a component of Good,
will be reborn through love.
Anarkia is not anarchism. Although anarchism is seldom mentioned in political speeches
and by media, as if it had disappeared, anarchism continues to
apply to many situations, albeit endlessly conquered, because it
is nothing but the unlimited agony of anarkia ever since Adam's
days. There will not be much of a future for anarchism, because it
is incomplete by being forever looking for social, ethical,
material freedom instead of the absolute bloom of the soul,
therefore of love or Good.
It is not anarchism, but anarkia that we will
bring to life for the sole reason that we are doing penitence
(Rev of Arès 30/11) by reviving love,forgiveness,
peace, spiritual intelligence freed from
prejudices. Anarkia or the leaderless
world (16/1) is in sync with the resurrectional plan of love
of the neighbor.
In History there has been a wide spectrum of anarchism. Today we
can see it for instance in the bulky nature of alterglobalization,
the violent Black Blocks, the gentle Pink Blocks, the scary
Revolutionary Clowns and others like the good old Anarchic
Federation. There is not much of a future for all of them.
Anarkia issues from the soul, but not from the mind.
Anarkia is quite different from anarchism. Just as love will,
it will conquer the terrible harmfulness of ego for the simple
irresistible reason that ego is the only place into which man
living under the iron rule of powers and their law can hide away
from them, cut himself off from them, and because powers, once
they have faded, ego as the current shelter of man will disappear
and man's heart will open.
Anarchism in a lot of forms has striven to build a free society
which could have been classless, unpatriotic, borderless. It
has striven to put up freedom, equality and security between all
people without any law, power, police, judges or prisons. But it
has rarely, shortly and only locally succeeded in doing so,
because its purpose has been but social, ethical and material and
unable to overcome the disproportion between the forces, as the
powers' force has always been higher. Anarchism has forgotten
about the strength of the spiritual, which is part to man.
It is wrong to think that anarchism is just just good at monkeying
wrench and destoy; it has had strategies decided in participative,
consensual, egalitarian debates, but they have continually been
lacking in strength and just made sparks fly in unfinished actions
and failed to kindle the only Fire (Rev of Arès xLi/5-7)
likely to go. There is not much of a future for anarchism, whatever form it
may have. Penitence, anarkia therefore, cannot work well but in
small people units with no ruler or dominator, small
unitsthe public fonctions of which always revocable
non-political managers are put in charge. Now, such a principle is
only achieved if the links between men, which are currently knit
together by law, get knit together by love. The
community order which is hierarchical, policed, judicial,
calendared, etc., which modern people think as innate and
inevitable, is actually an ideology long grown unconscious and its
opposite, which is anarchism, is an ideology likewise, although it
has grown conscious because it has been constantly though vainly
in search of existence.
Anarkia is not ideological, but fundamental :
Anarkia is the natural way of societal life, that the Father
prompts us to recover, just as He prompts us to recover Life
(Rev of Arès 24/5). Through The Revelation of Arès
the Father reminds us of the crucial fact that we are creatures of
a particular kind, creatures that are cocreators of themselves
(the reminder of it has already been given by Genesis
1/26 : He made man in His image and likeness). He
prompts us to prefer out theocreated form to our anthropocreated
one, which is sinful and self-destructive, in other
words to bridge the divide between the Creator and the cocreators,
that is, bring down the devil(12/14) or get
rid of Adam's sinful world(2/1-5,
The rebirth of the Edenic world prior to Adam's Fall, the world
that has formally vanished, but has remained virtually alive deep
down inside man, will take time, but is achievable (Rev of
Arès 24/2). What we call civilisation exists only because
human beings are no more capable of meeting their real needs.
Freedom as well as beauty and eternity represent natural life and
as such as it will reappear on the Day when the Father stops
the star under our feet and the Light ceaselessly
covers everything and the universe jubilates (31/8-9),
but we can be drawn to it as of now.
In no small part modern life is just imagination. Human beings
live in castles in the air, are under illusions about lots of
things, the emptiness of which some people (for instance, the
Yellow Jackets) realize at times, cry it out, but are unheard. We
know that modernity is deluding, because people continue
undergoing time (Rev of Arès 12/6), worries, misfortune,
hunger, fear, diseases and death. Anarkia as a plan of penitence
will enable man to escape them; Just like love is,
anarkia is a path to the Hights, the way to time
when it stops (31/8), when man
(whether we or our offspring) flouts the
artificialities of so-called civilised life, when we satisfy our
quest for Happiness, when we set ourselves free from
the burden of what we call destiny.
Furthermore — to have to abridge my entry is irksome to me —
anarkia is not just about powers and law whether political or
religious. It is alike about saving humanity from other powers,
those of cultures which model man on them, technologies which
enslave him, many sufferings he cannot avoid. Anarkia is about man
reconciling with his mankind, which he has come to hate — hence
wars unremitting on earth, lawsuits (other forms of war),
miscellaneous wrongs — about man breaking off
ideologies, religions, psychosocial prospects, which have turned
into infirmities. It is about eliminating giving man complete
spiritual responsability in the magnificient community of the
created Universe. It is about eliminating the shameless
enthronement of powers like media stars, sport stars, fashions,
sentinel issues that monopolize micros, television cameras, media,
the litterature publicized in "book fairs" against the literature
that is swept under the carpet to make it invisible or almost
imperceptible. We can call power all that obscures the fact that
all human beings are in equality makers of the world of Good
that comes and the Father's equal Children.
Anarkia vanished long ago, but is there still a man on earth that
could stop looking for its ghost at random? There is a main
obstacle put on the way of anarkia like on the way of love:
Sin and the mistakes and shortcomings which result form it.
Anarkia like love calls for the defeat of sin.
In Dostoievski's days anarchists used to say that there were three
ways to prepare the change towards anarchism: 1. With undercover
men like jesuits, 2. Through propaganda, 3. Through
insubordination put into practice, but the three of them can be
used at the same time." They were unseccesful. Today anarchists
advocate, for instance, moves like "fluffy versus spiky", that is,
the violent agaisnt the nonviolent. So Black Blocks are the spiky
and Pink Blocks are the fluffy, but is there a noteworthy
difference between them and the powers they fight? They too are
unsuccessful, anyway. We Arès Pilgrims cannot pander to the
violence of the spiky or the helplesness of the fluffly. We
necessirily have to act in a different direction, to another form
of leaderless world, one that will be spiritual.