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It is argued that the Enlightenment State, while attempting to guarantee freedom of religion – a divine mandate – does not secure a freedom sufficient for godliness in the New Age. I argue that the Enlightenment State, rather than advocating separation of Church and State, buttresses three idols – security, equality, and rationality – above liberation in godliness.
Therefore, I put forward a theory of anarchy, called neo-anarchy or "anarcho-theism," which takes godliness as the basis of political activity.
I argue against the notion that anarchists must object to all hierarchies of power. For hierarchies of power are intrinsic to Nature, and this is for the sake of proper godliness, or Dharma.
I also argue against the idea of anarcho-Capitalism, that the rationally self-interested desire for property is the best basis of political activity. By contrast, I argue that, for example, one might build civilization in a "yogic" mentality, without desire for fruit of one's labors. For example, in "yogic statebuilding," one may program decentralized digital architecture, for example a library, without desire for status or monetary gain.
I also argue against anarcho-Communism. Because power hierarchies are intrinsic to Nature, and that is for the sake of godliness (by Dharma), Communism sets up a false God of human equality above human flourishing. Furthermore, the era of transhumanism is set to displace the notion of "brotherhood in the species-being," for the dialectic of the forces of production will alienate people from the species being as technology begins to fragment the human essence. In sum, anarcho-Communism relies on an arbitrary delineation of the "human moral community:" in reality, people should be able to divert their energies to any end whatsoever, including for the sake of narrower community building, including on the basis of bloodline.
To that end, anarcho-theism or neo-anarchy accommodates the basic insight of anarcho-fascism, that communities can be built on the basis of, for example, bloodline. This also relates to the idea that hierarchies of power are intrinsic to Nature. Anarcho-theism can divert some of the interest in neo-fascism into community-building based on blood. For even the neo-fascists seem to think that unity of bloodline is sufficient for the moral flourishing of the community. Thus it may not be necessary to create a fascist State in order to have a flourishing spirit of blood.
It is ultimately argued that, as we enter the New Aeon, which includes the development of transhumanism, the Enlightenment State will no longer be able to accommodate the search for godliness, which is inevitable according to the Logos of Nature. For example, the heroic mentality cannot be bred in a State which takes "security" to be the highest moral idol. Following Nietzsche, we may break the various moral tablets, as we strive to build communities in various forms of godliness.
I take "godliness" to be a synthesis of the terms, "virtue" and "godlikeness." Arguably, Judeo-Christianity, and Enlightenment materialism, suppress the god-potential of European man, by pathologizing the tacit witchcraft of the European blood. The various forms of godliness form a coherent nexus in Nature which, even when at war, rest in a state of equilibrium according to Hermetic mechanisms. It is this oscillation of Love and Strife on the quest for godliness that dictates the Necessity of political revolution.