God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.” John 4:24

The rage of the ignorant against spiritualists, those who, from the depths of their hearts, also seek to find God, is frightening.

Dark times of intolerance, the merciless intolerance of materialists. Of religious materialists, I say, of the many who negotiate faith and bargain with God.

If all those who call themselves religious were perfect, there would be no opposition or persecution in the world, whether from the left, communism, secularism…

The unclean spirit is as present in religions as it is in the institutions of the world.

That is precisely why Jesus affirmed:

Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven.” Matthew 7:21

I tell you the truth, the tax collectors and the prostitutes are entering the kingdom of God ahead of you.” Matthew 21:31

Yes, it is a bit strange and embarrassing for religious people to have to listen to sermons from those they consider pagans, like us here.

Christianity, which fulfilled an important mission in the history of humanity that the ancient pagan temples did not achieve: awakening complete mystical feeling.

While pagans were more philosophical and rational types.

They lacked mysticism.

And for this, Christianity came to fully supply humanity.

Not that paganism was devoid of mystical feelings, but the deeper mystical nature was uncommon.

Rites and philosophy, morals and ethics, were never lacking in “paganism” to the extent that even today, the best works on ethics and morals come from “pagan” philosophers like Socrates, Aristotle, Plato…

And, to complement this mystical feeling, we have another, which is the pious feeling.

Certainly, it is the second characteristic of Christianity in our comparison. Piety.

It would be improper to talk here about the wickedness and perversions of supposed Christian followers and leaders; these certainly go against the words of Jesus.

We point to a future time that has already occurred, where ancient traditions unite with Christian mystical aspects.

There were not a few mystical adepts: Saint Martin, Master Eckhart…

Spiritualist aspects also flood pastors and priests: they cannot escape the truth…

Spiritualists who have dampened or renounced their beliefs have only sought the easiest way to avoid encountering themselves…

Delaying their self-discovery.

And one day, they will have to return to where they paused.

The law of evolution is not gentle with the complacent.

May we follow the path today, so that in the future, our understandings will not be a cause of remorse.

Truth, being the essence of what is, is not difficult to find: it is within us, and we are within it

Words of Jean Paul Sartre, a materialist philosopher, but one who understood something.

To what the ignorant suppose they know, we respond:

I know that I know nothing” – Socrates.