"Is an intervention of the saints possible compared to an intervention of the man over Destiny? Is the saint - which man defined as a superior stage of that manâ€™s love - capable of really having Free Will? To answer such a question, we shall have to first define in details the notion of saint. It is well known by all what saints are in different popular mythologies, but what are the saints in coaxialism? The saints are a superior form of love given by the man to them, nothing else than an Image of the Man, an alter ego, but precisely due to love which is the ultimate form of love, saints receive certain supernatural through which they could act on the plantâ€™s destiny. Once man is an Image through the Image of his own Destiny, Saints becomes an image of the image, of this Destiny, so they identify to the creator of the image, to the one that can catch the image of the Destiny from outside it, being able to intervene on the Destiny which is the image of the Unique Accidental Occurrence that infinitely succeeds. Even if the creator can intervene on the Image of the Destiny, he will not do it, because it would become an Intended Occurrence and it would disappear forever."
"Our whole science and spirituality of which we think that are great achievements of mankind, of its historical evolution is based exclusively on non-Knowledge, to the reference to this non-Knowledge being in fact a great and important achievement of non-Knowledge. This is why we are human beings abandoned by our own Sacred Self? This is why we see the cold beauty of this nature so often alien to ourselves; this is why everything we think we are is in fact the alien within us, the one that replaces our own lost life? And all of these occur because we reference to the non-Knowledge, to its Absolute Truth? Is there a way to leave this sad spirituality and this petty life? Is there a way to separate us from the lie of our existence? Is there a RELEASE? And if we released us from ourselves, would it be better? Could we ever miss ourselves? Miss the lie of our existence, what should we miss? Miss the alien within us that has always replaced our own life? To miss the absurdity of this world? No, no, no, we shouldnâ€™t miss anything in this world except for what we really loved in this absurd and vain love.To miss our loves, the sprigs that did not advertised themselves in commercials, to miss the day when weâ€¦and there so many reasons for which to missâ€¦"