The Child to Be Born
In the Name of ADA, the Child to be born is the child of East and West, Psyche and Somos, Night and Day. The first stirrings of Life are already there. East is forgetting itself and becoming West. West is forgetting itself and becoming East. East is abandoning tradition in the face of progress. West is abandoning progress in the face of tradition. In the East old Western techniques are new. In the West old Eastern techniques are new. Yet in both worlds there is no balance. In the one, the poverty of body mocks the richness of spirit. In the other, the poverty of spirit mocks the richness of body. All nations are haves; all nations are have-nots. There is no balance, for the World is awaiting the Balancer.
Yet the Balancer is already here. The Baby is in the Womb. The Baby is about to be born. Who can see the Baby? No one. But the shape of things to come is already evident. The beginnings are there. Also the endings. For behind all things is ADA, Lord of all things: Lord of Beginnings, Lord of Endings, and Lord of that which has neither beginning nor ending. ADA, Lord of the Self, even ADA, the Great Lord of Life.
The Four Levels of Life
In the beginning there were only Things. These things could not grow; they could not move. They could only be added to, decreased, or moved. Though they contained life within themselves, could not express this life except in physical form. Their essence was their substantiality; their substantiality was their essence. They were merely things.
By the Grace of ADA, Vegetable Life distinguished itself from the life of things by adding the principle of growth. Like things, plants and flowers also had material presence. But unlike things, they grew from some inner force. Yet they remained fixed. Free to grow, they were not permitted to move. For they grew out of the Earth, the Mother of the vegetable and material worlds alike, and to this Mother they remained forever linked.
By the Grace of ADA, Animal Life distinguished itself from the life of vegetation by adding the principle of free movement. Like things, animals had substantiality, physical presence. Like vegetation, animals could grow, could increase in size and strength because of some unseen, unseeable force. But unlike the members of the material and vegetables worlds, animals could move: they could walk and run, jump and climb, crawl and fly. In short, they were no longer fixed to the place of their birth, to the Mother from whom they had proceeded and to whom they would return.
Then, by the Grace of ADA, came Humanity, the epitome of this creation: Humanity, which had the substantiality of things, the quality of growth of vegetation, and the freedom of movement of animals. Yet what new principle did this being embody that the lower realms had not known? What was the humanness of this creature, that which separated it from even the highest and noblest of the animals? Its appearance? Its intellect? Its will? Its ability to speak? Its ability to remember its past? Its ability to know of its death? Or were all these but expressions of some new, some unique, essential: the distinctly human soul?
The time is imminent when all these matters will be clear. The body, the vessel, may have evolved; but the content, the soul, was created. For there is no happening without ADA, even ADA, the Source of all happening. Thus ADA is the Wellspring of Humanity, the True Human Being whom humanity has forgotten. But the time is coming, is drawing near, when ADA will lift the veil. Then humanity will know Humanity. Then the lower human forces will be subordinated to the true human principle and will become helper forces. And life will proceed into a new era of peace and harmony, the era long foretold. All this will happen by the Grace of ADA, the lord.