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‘For most, the gods make sure that the passives are jealously excluded from their worship because the instinct of the passives cannot be so easily influenced and damaged than the reasons of the actives !’
‘It is like the Wahsas, which when displaced or like when bowing in front of external forces, always return to their natural placidity, and when raised to great heights or lowered to the greatest depths, always find their level back. Reason is like the Azerte on which every mark leaves an imprint more or less permanent.’
‘This is why the gods and their hierarchies don’t want them unless they would be isolated from the contact of their fellow humans. They justify this attitude in judging them inferior, unworthy to stand in the presence of the gods.’
‘Therefore, the passives of the Azerte are divided into two distinct classes:
-The more numerous are to be found in the life of the home, that should be their ‘holy of the holy’, but it is most often the altar on which their instincts are sacrificed.
– The others, a more specially gifted group, have achieved one or more of the senses, of the nervous body, of the soul, of the soul mentality or the senses.’
‘Those are eagerly looked after by those who support the gods and who live from their popularity. When they have found them, they will use them, if possible for the service of the gods.’
‘And as long as they would speak and act in agreement with the desires and the opinions of the hierarchies, or as to attract the wise and the mighty, they are held in great consideration.’
‘But, if she would reject her shackles and speak simply according to her instinct, they would not be heard by the crowd and would disappear amongst their seers or similar sisters. In the case that they are great enough to influence, interest the people and become famous, they are taken from the earth by the god they were speaking for, and they will be buried in sacred soil with all public honors and great demonstrations of affliction.’
‘Therefore they have the choice between the death of their instinct they know to be true, or of their bodies.’
‘One way or the other, through home or by the altar, the passives are suppressed by the will of the gods and their hierarchies.’
‘And that is so easily proven, as in the sphere of the intellectual mentality, and in the more rarified states, the actives and the passives are equal, each having attributes the other one has not, and together they form an intellectual totality or wholeness.’
‘Among the animals, lesser intelligent than the human beings, the actives and the passives are equal in the same way and we do not find among them any trace of violence and no proscription towards the passives.’
‘This so-called inferiority is only to be found where the gods and their hierarchies are dominant.’
‘Some time ago, dear AMEN, you were very sad and were saying: ‘-Is there really any god of the Truth? Anything bigger than me, that i may worship and obey?’
‘And a feeling of isolation overwhelms you, like if the ground was shaking under your feet and leaves you without any support.’
‘Do you think, O AMEN, that the one i serve could act like this towards any living being and even less towards such a being like you, that positions himself as the highest of his race and is seeking the truth? This would be a very irreparable harm, because to take away from a human being everything that is worthy of his adoration and obedience is to place him/her in front of two great dangers.’
‘If he falls into the first one, he/she will say: ‘Because there is nothing bigger than me, there is no fulfilling for the ideal part of my being, nothing to aspire after, nothing to work for, nothing to adore. Then, what is the meaning of my life itself?’
‘If he/she falls into the second danger, he/she will say: ‘Being from the supreme race, at all cost i will obtain supremacy, because there must be a chief and why not, me.’
‘Then there will be among the bold and the most ambitious that desired supremacy a continuous struggle for domination, not for the power to do good that it would grant them, but for the very own satisfaction of their narrow interests and their thirst for might and authority over their kind.’
‘But i was sent to you for the good, not for evil, to satisfy you and not torment you.’
(To be continued)
Towards Part 6
From the ‘Studies of MAVB’ typescript.
Transmitted by Louisette and Yvon Deschamps
of the last Paris Cosmic Group.
Page 114 to 117.
Original Typescript in French :