(1) With the electromagnetic activity of the celestial bodies, we have acquired the certainty that our Sun will become a giant star in distant times, by going back up the branch of the Galaxy. But, for the moment, and because it still has Neptune, Uranus, Saturn and Jupiter which are growing in its family with their satellites, by increasing its overall inertia, the Sun is for the moment coming down towards the edge of the Galaxy. For these reasons, we know that the solar family is one of the youngest families of the Wheel. But this youthfulness is also noticeable by the temperate climate that is the consequence of the stabilization of the Earth that took place recently. Needing this stability, humanity has only thus exists for a short time. And it is in order for it to remain that God sends his only Son today.
(2) Remember that it was the great and rapid changes in temperature caused by the comings and goings of the Earth that shaped the continents. This is why, on the climatic and geologic aspect, there were many changes along the eras, until the beginning of the quaternary when the Earth stabilized. And it is because of this stabilization (which had only little influence on the relief) that it is very difficult to distinguish the tertiary from the quaternary, especially when studying the grounds and the climates. However it is easy to admit that the quaternary era (the sixth day) is the only era that could offer the climate and the conditions of life favorable to the existence of humanity. And it was on this day that man was created, as Moses illustrated it very well.
(3) The beginning of the quaternary was essentially marked by the climate change of the Earth which, having moved closer to the Sun again, was warming itself constantly. The age of the quaternary, when the climate became temperate, also gives the approximate age of humanity that we can reasonably be estimated at ten thousand years. At the beginning of this era, it was also the period when the big glaciers ended melting. We can also make such an estimation based on what was the growth of humanity. We have already made this calculation, and we couldn’t locate the origin of mankind much more than ten thousand years... Which moreover corresponds better to the vestiges that we find of the human presence.
(4) Because of the evident youthfulness of the solar family and all that has been studied about the formation and the great changes in temperature, especially at the extremities of the eras, nobody can believe any longer that man has existed for four million years, but that he has existed for about ten thousand years, at the most. We have to evaluate similarly the previous eras in thousands of revolutions only, and not in millions or billions of years that defy understanding.
(5) To understand the world and to know its destiny, it is necessary to keep in mind that man is in his childhood on this planet which is itself at the bottom of the great spiral and in the beginning of its existence. And, with the help of the snake, we must imagine what the continuous improvement of the living conditions was that allowed the creation of humanity in its four colors to which are connected all peoples. These different and precious colors of mankind are consecutive, they too, to the gradual warming of the Earth that was happening at the approach of the Sun. Here’s how:
(6) Here we observe the Earth at the exit of the tertiary, at the end of the comings and goings movement that brought it into the quaternary where it stabilized. Although it was already warmed and covered with a very large number of animal species, the earth moved a little closer to the Sun, by gradually tightening its orbits that brought it gently into the region of the sky where we are today. This obviously allowed the equatorial region to become temperate first. Then, as it was progressing forward, this gentle temperature spread to all latitudes. Thus, it turns out that the living conditions necessary for human existence first appeared at the equator (in the tropics), and then spread over the entire globe which was slowly warming.
(7) It is then obvious that it was the very BLACK men who were the first to be created in the equatorial regions (1). Then, a little later and further from the equator (2), came the less black and rather BROWN of skin men. Later on and further and further away (3), it was the YELLOW men who arrived on earth. And lastly (4), it was the WHITE men who were born at the end of the creation. These are the four generations that appeared one after the other and without interruption on the face of the Earth.
(8) Verily, when in the sixth day the garden was completed and filled with animals of all kinds, God created humanity in one movement and in one degressive color, passing through these four shades. Humanity is thus like a single thread dyed for the first quarter in black, for the second quarter in brown, for the third quarter in yellow, and for the fourth quarter in white. These are the four columns of God’s temple, the four degressive and distinct colors of humanity which are subdivided into races, peoples, tribes, families, couples and children.
(9) If we consider that due to the Earth movement and the appearance of the favorable climate to human existence, approximately one thousand years were necessary to create peoples of one color, then four thousand years were used to create the whole of humanity. The first black men were probably created approximately ten thousand years ago, and the last white men approximately six thousand years ago. Four thousand years would have been indispensable to create all the peoples under the Sun, and another six thousand years for them to multiply each in their own color and fill the whole Earth. Although approximate and uncertain, these durations are nevertheless probable and very close to what was the historical past of humanity. We are now at the end of the six days, there where the world is led into the whole truth by the Son of man; and we are now entering the seventh day, which is the beginning of God’s reign, as it is expressed in genesis.
(10) The first couples of every race, were created successively here and there all around the globe. But, independently of the temperate climate which was indispensable to them, men needed all the vegetable and animal creation which preceded them for their formation and to be able to subsist. This is why, without the diversity of the worlds of the previous eras, and without the vegetables and animals which preceded us in our era, the human world wouldn’t exist. It was indeed necessary to go through the climatic changes of the past and of the previous worlds for our world to exist today. This means, once again, that the living beings of one era couldn’t be those from another era where the elements no longer corresponded to what they were. It then turns out that no creature can be the right and proper answer to the different life conditions from those that are at the origin of its color and of its race.
(11) How should we then represent man in relation to the Earth itself? It is written in Genesis:
The Eternal God formed man from the dust of the earth, he breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living being.
This pictorial description of the formation of man, shows that the dust (the matter) that composes the earth necessarily composes the human body. Therefore, as for every being, man is an integral part of the planet. He is the mouth and the spirit of the Earth; he is its child and the very reason for the existence of the solar family. This is similar in all the stellar families of the Galaxy, because by existing everywhere, life manifests itself everywhere in God’s universe. Stop then looking for its origin here on earth, because the breath of life comes from above and not from below.
(12) Being the last-born, man has necessarily benefited from all which preceded him. And if we can’t know exactly how God created him, we can nevertheless grasp that he continues to exist by the same ingredients necessary for his creation. We can also compare man to a sum of units added to each others. When we compose a number, we add unit to unit. This way, one thousand is one thousand times one, and so on for all the numbers that can only reflect a certain quantity of units. We notice that by adding one more unit to a certain quantity, we can change this quantity already formed to another category, just as one more step makes you change level.
(13) Because of this, and although few things differ physically between man and the monkey that appeared just before him, it shouldn’t be concluded that he was an monkey who transformed in time. But we will say: since one more unit can make one change category or level, why couldn’t the enrichment of the natural and ambient environment, resulting from the work of the earth, have increase somewhat the chromosome of the small monkeys which were going to develop in the entrails of their mother? Could the monkeys not have thus been able to give birth to the first forests people whose ancestors would be at the beginning of humanity? Would it not then be probable that after the formation of the monkeys, it was the formation of the black men who gradually engendered less dark and brown men who, in turn, engendered yellow men in the same way, and these latter white man; all this over a period of four thousand years?
(14) Let us all know, on this subject, that it is easier to envisage the original birth of man and woman in its entirety, from the very bosom of the Earth. However, whether men were created in such and such a way, quickly or less quickly, this shouldn’t be a part of our essential preoccupations, because we are here in domains that are difficult for the creature to access and where God doesn’t ask us to go. Let’s rather try to see that every creation had its own originality and that it deviated from the previous one, because this is how the diversity of the species was made along the eras and from the water.
(15) Verily, the important part is that we become aware of the real youth of man; and that this one is son of the universe before being a son of the Earth, and that he was never an animal, nor different from what we know of him today. His size, his morphology, his appearance, his intelligence and his aptitudes have never changed. Only his knowledge has increased through the experiences he has acquired. Born bipedal, above all and in the perfection of forms, man will remain eternally so to differentiate himself from the animal kingdom which he dominates.
(16) For the one who is saint of mind, it is easy to visualize the creation as a whole, beginning necessarily with the simplest being, and ending with the most complex beings, the latter being man, the representative and temple of the Divinity. The purpose of the book of life is to show this, that is ti stay who man is, where he comes from, where he is going, and how he must live in order not to destroy anything.
(17) Beyond the celestial bodies from which we come from, the principle of existence can also show us what man is in comparison with the animal. How? First of all, we know that this principle which is understoood by integration-disintegration, or by intake-consumption, can also be understood by emission-reception of any creative force. In my language, to receive is everything which enters into oneself, and to emit is everything which comes out of oneself. Everything we receive from the universe enters us to make us exist and subsist. Therefore, we understand that the first organisms didn’t yet need to emit in order to live. They only had to receive to exist. Thus, the first living organisms existed only by direct creation, and not by procreation. It was only as the conditions of life increased, became richer and more complicated in a sense, that creatures relied more and more on intelligence and procreation to remain. Which means to emit.
(18) This evolution took place from species to species and from world to world, until the appearance of man who dominates everything with his tremendous capacities. And it is his great spirit that today allows him to grasp the depths of the sky; whereas, for the animal, the universe is limited to the environment in which it lives. It sees the Sun, the Earth, the elements and the beings just like men; but, for it, the world is limited to what surrounds it. Its intelligence then remains restricted.
(19) That is why, even if it’s about a great skillful and studious monkey of the evening of the world, it cannot be taught and know that Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are solid bodies, surrounded by a gigantic atmosphere, which are preparing to shine like the Sun. Consequently, it will never know that stars shine thanks to their celestial bodies and that they each illuminate their own world where there are monkeys as expressive and skillful as he is. Limited in his reasoning, and not being able to know the science of the Creator who brings him the being, the breath and the movement, he necessarily belongs to the animal kingdom. So, just like his ancestors who were born monkeys, he will remain as a monkey and will never be a scholar...
(20) Contrary to the animal which is a part of his edifice, the man saint of mind, him, can be led in the whole truth. That is why, in the evening, when he arrives at the place of the skull with the Son, he easily grasps the hidden sense of an allegory, a metaphor or a parable, because his ears can hear that day what it means: get up, take up your bed and walk! He understands all the words of Scripture, and it is without effort that this time he sees what the resurrection of the dead is on the last day and why it is written: in those days, the blind shall see. This is so, because by being freed from the scientific lies and the religious lies, man, whose spirit doesn’t stop increasing along the centuries, can at the evening of the world easily differentiate the good from evil, as well as the truth from falshood. He is then at the zenith of understanding and perfectly discerns the elements of the universe which give him body and spirit. He then coalesces with his Creator and becomes aware that this light that distinguishes him from the animal makes him the greatest creature that can exist.
(21) I speak of you, the humble of the Earth, of all of you the circumcised in heart who promptly understand the words of the Son of man. I am not talking about those who find it difficult to ride horses in the race and who still ask themselves: can we be certain that, in the universe, man is the greatest creature in existance for whom the stars shine?
(22) At this question, I answer once again that it is the multiple perceptions of man which compose his consciousness, his spirit with which he can identify all the elements of the universe that gives him existence. And it is always his spirit which endows him with the word with which he thinks and holds reasoning. This is why, when he demonstrates both faces of the universal electromagnetism and the processes that bring about his existence, man emits as much as he receives. He thus reaches summits to which he didn’t expect.
(23) What can indeed be demonstrated beyond the living universe which gives us existence? When we do, we demonstrate God. We then know that we ourselves are his temple, his house. We then become enlightened and inevitably change. Man is for this reason the first state of the angel. Which differentiates him from the animal. This is why I said that, in the universe, there can’t be a being superior to the one who becomes an angel. And this is what you become, you who are born a second time from the spirit, with me.
(24) We cannot know what man is from what we observe of him or from what he does, I have already said it. To understand what he is, let’s remind that we must to first exclude the fact that beings could have passed from one era to another, because the snake is showing us the impossibility of this, except perhaps for a few simple organisms that appeared on the hot ridges at the bottom of basins. It is also necessary to think that being the last-born, man isn’t a species as the others but the whole, because a species can only be understood if it is followed by another one. This can’t be the case for man who, being created last, benefited from all of which existed to be the temple where God lives. Only man understands the universe. And when he succeeds, as you are doing it today, he can then only identify himself with Divinity.
(25) It should also be remembered that by always being the sum of the elements which precede it and which give it shape and abilities, a species is necessarily an integral part of the following species which is then even more complex than the previous one. To engrave in self this phenomenon of inheritance, let’s think that the recently created species carries within it, let’s say, the colors (the genes) of all the species that preceded it. Thus, creation appears as a single living organism in which a single missing species is a real mutilation and a misfortune forever.
(26) When they speak about prehominians, the great scientists evoke quadrupeds that were transformed and straightened in time, to gradually become bipedal, hairless, human-faced monkeys... They thus evoke singular beings who, in a space of time, were not longer beasts and not yet men. Knowing that there are many you who believe them, I ask you again: a species that would have gradually lost its animal capacities to live, and that wouldn’t yet have acquired the human dispositions to do so, what would it thus have become meanwhile to survive during the millions of years necessary for its evolution? Moreover, if the evolution of the species was real, why then would there have been extinction of the species from the previous eras? Could they not have lasted until today, by transforming themselves by adaptation?
(27) This famous evolution, which would be an unlimited intelligence it seem, would have been able to transform the living species over time and couldn’t however have prevented the aging of the species and the individuals? Could it not have put an end to death? Is it because of this incapacity which blemish the extent of its enormous possibilities, that evolution would have begun to elaborate this tremendous system of procreation within beings? If this is what you still believe, then tell me why it it that by not being able to prevent the disappearance of species, it could have nevertheless been able to imagine such perfections in the procreation? Is it also to be understood that this evolution would be an entity having a purpose? What exactly could it be in your minds?
(28) The study of the eras shows in the certainty that plants, insects and animals were never other than what they were or are in their genus. Certainly, there were species different from those of today which disappeared for the reasons we have seen, but none of them were transformed. And the most recent ones, which appeared at the beginning of the quaternary or before, were formed such as we know them. And so it was the same for men who, as plants and animals, appeared in their turn, and such as they are on the continents where their elements of life existed. The entire second part of the book is indeed the formal proof of this.
(29) So exclude the evolution of the species advocated by the scientists, because they are the ones who evolve in unconsciousness! And refrain from believing that everything that has feathers is destined to fly. Because ostriches or penguins were by no means created to fly in the air, but to be on the ground for the ostriches and in the water for the penguins. This is, because feathers aren’t necessarily intended to make creatures fly. They can also serve to accumulate and regulate the electromagnetic force, to give shade, to insulate from the heat or from the cold, or yet to lighten or to weigh down a being in the water where it moves. For the same reasons of diversity, we also find marine mammals and flying mammals, such as dolphins or bats, which weren’t conceived to live on the ground.
(30) Because they are always created according to given living conditions, the beings who live in the abyss or on mountains stay quite naturally in the environment where they were created and with which they are one. Not coming from elsewhere, their elements of life are not found anywhere else than where they live. And they stay there, because the creature cannot remove itself from its vital environment. This is why every living being is endowed with a constitution and a metabolism that doesn’t allow it to live anywhere else than within the elements that have served to create it. And it will always be so, be certain about this.