Latin from Greek: anarkhia, from anarkhos, from an- ‘without’ + arkhos ‘chief, ruler’.
If you find the following of interest, and you would like to learn more, check out Mark Passio’s work on YouTube or via http://www.whatonearthishappening.com
In the beginning, there was a problem…
In order to solve any problem, we must first recognise there is a problem.
Fear-based denial of the problem is usually the first hurdle. When we are becoming ill and we begin to notice our symptoms, sometimes we can choose to deny or ignore them, hoping they will disappear, when confronting the issue head on is always the best remedy.
Symptoms are merely effects of underlying causes, and thus instead of treating symptoms, we should make an accurate diagnosis of what is causing the problem to begin with. Through the knowledge acquired via accurate diagnosis, we can begin to take the required action necessary to rectify the causal factors which led to the initial problem.
So let us diagnose.
Truth is objective, i.e. it is not based on the perceptions of human beings (which are capable of wavering). Truth is simply that which is, always has been and is continuing to occur in the present. Through gathering knowledge which is true, processing it and understanding it, we can begin to use it in action, which then affects our behaviour, and ultimately a generated result.
Our quality of knowledge is somewhat mixed however and there is a chaos of information in society, which ultimately confuses and misleads the masses of people across the world. We have pure information streams full of good, useful knowledge, and poisoned information streams full of wrong and convoluted ideas and opinions. Humans take from these streams and add to these streams. Humans hold opinion in their microcosm and share these ideas affecting the macrocosm; as above, so below.
Ignorance is the root cause of all evil. Since only knowledge eradicates ignorance, it is our duty and moral obligation to educate ourselves, as well as the masses around us. So let us begin.
The only truth(s) that exists in the universe is Natural Law. Natural Law is objective, and it applies across the whole universe at every moment and point, forever in the past and wholly omnipresent in this moment of me writing (or your reading).
Natural Law consists of 7 elements or ‘principles’: Mentalism, Correspondence, Vibration, Polarity, Rhythm, Cause and Effect, Gender. These principles have existed in esoteric circles since the birth of Hermeticism in Ancient Greece and have since influenced adaptations leading up to the present day. The writings of Hermes Trismegistus became a heavy influence upon many writers and thinkers who followed him, including both Thomas of Aquinas and Augustine of Hippo.
[For more information on each of these principles, watch the following YouTube video: http://youtu.be/2p5aTQCtb9k ]
These principles are the only principles humanity ‘should’ live by, because these principles equate to truth. If we are honest, and true to ourselves, we should live by the Natural Laws of the universe. Through understanding and expanding Natural Law and its principles, we can divulge: ‘a living being or their property MUST have been harmed in order for a violation of Natural Law, or a ‘wrong-doing’, to have taken place. Any action which does NOT cause such harm is a Right’.
Expanding this further, nobody has the ‘right’ to harm, steal or hinder another person’s freedom, or they are in violation of Natural Law. Many would understand this principle to be the ‘Golden Rule’; ‘do unto others as you would have them do to you’ or rather ‘DON’T do unto others as you have them NOT do to you’.
Under these principles, all men and women remain equal, and no man or woman has the authority to command, control or hurt another man or woman.
So far (I hope) you agree with, and are following along with, what I’m saying.
Here, however, is where you may veer off.
If no man or woman can command another human, then no group of men or women can command another group of men or women; this is still in violation of the Natural Law. So where does that leave government?
Taxation is the claim that a group of people who call themselves “government” have been given the “right” to confiscate an arbitrarily-chosen percentage of the product of another individuals labour (a form of property), whether or not the other agrees to share that product voluntarily. Taxation is enforced by the threat of violence or imprisonment. This practise is always “justified” (made into a “right”) by those who claim that such a practise is necessary and required to “uphold the common good.”
If we define slavery as the involuntary confiscation of 100% of the product of the labour of another human being then we can understand that there is no ‘magical percentage’ to which we can lower this number (other than to 0%) that would no longer constitute slavery.
If we are being honest with ourselves, taxation is merely a euphemism for theft, violence and slavery, as these are the practises upon which taxation is actually based. Since no individual anywhere on earth has the “right” to claim ownership of the product of another’s labour, such behaviour can never be “delegated” to a group, and called a “right”. Therefore, all forms of taxation are ALWAYS WRONG according to Natural Law.
The same basic logic can be extended toward ‘prohibition’ of any form (as each sovereign individual has the right to do what they wish with his or her body) or even ‘licenses and permits’ (as nobody has the right to delegate ‘privilege’).
If you choose to deny this fact and refuse to see this concept, then you are perpetuating your own slavery. Just because the power structures of history have always represented this present model, it doesn’t make THE TRUTH any less of a ‘truth’, IF you are being honest with yourself.
Humanity has a right to use force in a positive way (to help facilitate doing work, cause physical change or exert power for good). Actions which are in harmony with morality and Natural Law are exertions of force. Force can also be used to defend ones-self; as long as force is not the initiating action against another.
Violence however is the opposite. Violence is the immoral initiation of physical power to coerce, compel or restrain. Coercive action is in opposition to morality and Natural Law because it violates the rights of others and is therefore ‘wrong’. Through abiding by the principles of non-aggression and self-defence, humanity can live peacefully with one another if such knowledge is known, taught and practised across society.
The law of man is based on constructs of the mind. Dogmatic beliefs differing in location, based upon the whim of legislators, and changing over time. Such ideology is known as Moral Relativism (and is the Second principle of Satanism)! Natural Law on the other hand is based on principles and truth. By harmonizing both knowledge and understanding we can aim to live in a balanced society. Applying that which is universal leads to external and immutable Law, which is fair, free and equal.
With internal monarchy (Greek: monarkhia ‘the rule of one’) and external anarchy, we can all live in a fair and just world, void of authority, slavery and exploitation.
Now… we just need a Revolution!
Written by Taylor Edwards
Follow me at @LeftBrainNews on the other side of your pink matter & support the Left-Right Brain Revolution