« Man is made of a body, a mind and a soul »,
The Revelation of Arès says.
Those three elements have to act in harmony so that man can recreate himself and rebuild society.

It’s part of the witness Michel Potay’s duties to explain the Word
in a practical language.

Under the collection: And what you shall have written,
the witness’s teaching nourishes believer’s and non-believer’s soul as the Maker’s Word.

 Printed in 1990, bilingual
edition, French-English

 Printed in 1991, bilingual
edition, French-English

 Printed in 1993, bilingual
edition, French-English

 Printed in 1997, bilingual
edition, French-English

It is to inspire the Arès Pilgrims with some right ways of fulfilling the expectations they would get from The Revelation of Arès that the Maker asked his witness to write. Hence the title common to every one of his books: And what you shall have written (The Revelation of Arès, 33/10).

Through his books the witness goes about various subjects and problems, usually spiritual, often practical and anecdotal. Trough they all have been written with the more intention of guiding the author’s brothers and sisters in faith, these books have become highly valued by other kinds of readers. He has pondered on all that those who have made The Revelation of Arès their ideal in life may be interested in. By doing so his thought has widely gone beyond the bounds of faith. It has encompassed man and the world as a whole, whether believing or unbelieving. Among other subjects he has treated the following.

The whole set of the books And what you shall have written took over a quarterly entlited Le Pèlerin d’Arès which had been published from 1978 to 1988. A lot of people are searching out copies of that periodical, but it is unfortunately out of print.

Ever since 1974 the free movement, which people called the Arès Pilgrims movement as early as 1975 or 1976,  has been developing in France and in other French-speaking countries and has started spreading spontaneously through the world. That movement is not a religion. It is a movement of spiritual liberation through individual self freeing from evil. The Arès Pilgrims have no ruler, no dogma, no law. Each of them follows his or her own conscience; therefore, the cohesion between the Arès Pilgrims is a cohesion between consciences. 

From that natural movement, which The Revelation of Arès names the small remnant, some natural missions have come into existence, which The Revelation of Arès names harvests. The missions call on man to become a penitent and in his or her turn to call on other men to become penitents and so on to change the wolrd little by little and from generation to generation.

Penitence in The Revelation of Arès has a joyful, enthusiastic meaning. The word is never reminiscent of the religious ideas of remorse or atonement. A penitent is simply the one that re-creates himself or herself through love, spiritual freedom, forgiveness, spiritual intelligence, the heart’s intelligence which is necessary to offset intellectual intelligence, a tool excellent and legitimate but now on the way to turn invasive and calamitous.