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october 2, 2007 (0068us)
The Book 30 years ago... should I pass it on, but not think it out?

30 years ago the theophanies were beginning. From October 2d to November 22, 1977, The Book spoken by the Creator himself would come and step up The Gospel Given in Arès, that I had got from a messenger, Jesus, 44 months earlier. It was to win The Revelation of Arès its plenitude. Since then what have I most been reproached for? Publishing that great Message? No. I have been reproached for adding my thinking to my prophethood.
Campanile (Août 2007)I've always received suggestions that I should publish The Revelation of Arès only bare, bare without any foreword, or comment, or footnotes, but around the theophanies' 30th anniversary those suggestions are growing insistent.
Among the intimaters there are those who usually think that believing is worthier than understanding. But, had the Father ever thought that faith was enough, we wouldn't have had that determinative Revelation of Arès, whose none of the concepts or words is relative or superfluous. The Revelation of Arès doesn't address passive people. It honors man's intellect and creativity. Why wouldn't it honor the intellect and creativity of its witness, whom it calls a prophet?
Determinative The Revelation of Arès has to be, if it's going to remind people of a cardinal life-saver: Doing (good) is above believing.
The real nature of the problem, I think, is that The Revelation of Arès's derogators are realizing that they will never have it disappear, so that they forsake the argument, "That so-called revelation is just a fraud or an act of folly," and begin using the argument, "As this book exists, it is nothing but mankind's asset. Each man has a right to read and understand it freely and not be swayed." But nobody's been swayed by me. I've just performed my love and clarity mission. I've not founded any religion or philosophy. I've never menaced the many people who "don't agree with my pinchbeck book," and who will be more justified than me, a sinner, if they are good people.
Why ban me from thinking on the pretext that a man who is given a Word by the Creator would be unable to spell it out? All I do is cut short the reader's pursuit of truth, because culture has put dark glasses on his nose. I give him the Light in minutes. Here it is, summarized,
"Man, have a good look! No religion, no politics, no law, no honorable institution, whatever, has ever triumphed over evil, so that they all have declared it ineluctable and set it up as their business and moneymaker. At best, they have made it acceptable, and, at worst, they have made it even crueller than the old barbarians had. Now, evil and even death are not invincible. They can disappear when people sufficient in number, a small remnant, but not only sparse exceptions, will grow good, love their neighbor, forgive the offenses, make peace, put in absolute freedom and regain spiritual so as to restabilize intellectual intelligence." Detractors retort, "That's not news!" I nod in agreement, "That's not news, indeed. That's the immemorial Word, the Gospel, that has neverbeen intelligence achieved."
Why never achieved? Because only what is wanted can be achieved, but the dominators have seen to it that grassroot mankind would never want it. This would sound mysterious, if we failed to get it pretty clear that the true of the Word, the Word once well rid of the religious additions, especially The Revelation of Arès therefore, is existentialist to the core. Existentialism stipulates that man is absolutely free to build his existence, which does not do nicely for the dominators.domination, even if it is bound to cut their lives short, just as gamblers would rather die at the card table than drag themselves away from it. The Revelation of Arès harshly disputes the validity of all that makes man believe that evil, suffering and death be unavoidable and the dominators be appointed to permit the peoples to enjoy a certain amount of animal, blind delights in life. Quite the contrary, it says, Truth is that the world has to change.
The Revelation of Arès is quite the opposite to renunciation of the effort to change. It urges man to set himself free and start to climb the sublime Heights. For all that, it does not deny anybody the right to make the most of the joys and delights of life, which some prim persons see as inconciliable with spiritual Life. The Revelation of Arès praises both life and Life. It reminds that the man with too much intellect, but inadequate kindheatedness, has forgotten about the outstanding capabilities of conscience, notably the freedom of the intentional, the transcendent and the existential. It reminds us that penitence is not remorse or sadness, at all, but it is self-re-creation and self-exaltation, and that a different way of living happy, joyous, is possible.


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05Oct07 68usC1
Five years after discovering The Revelation of Arès and reading it regularly, I still turn to the notes to make sure I have understood the meaning correctly.  I very much appreciate the forewords, etc., showing your personal evolution in response to this Message. I needed the everyday details of the events to bring home to me their reality.
The only case where an edition without any notes  would be handy would be for prayer while traveling.

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