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Natural Law

Natural Law is a set of universal, inherent, objective, non-man-made, eternal and immutable conditions, that govern the consequence of behavior of beings with the capacity for understanding the differences between harmful and non-harmful action. This law of nature applies to all things objectively and exists independent of human understanding. It is known under several different terms: The Law of Cause and Effect [“Effect invariably follows cause” – “For every action, there exists an equal and opposing eaction”]; the Law of Attraction [“The energy you emit is the energy you attract” – “Energy glows where attention goes” – “As you think, feel and act – so you shall be”]; Karma or Moral Law [“You reap what you sow”]; or the Golden Rule [“Do unto others as you would have done to yourself”].

According to this theory, an action is Right, when it is based in truth and in harmony with Natural Law, this action does not result in harm to other sentient beings. Contrarily, any action is Wrong, when it is not based in truth and in opposition to Natural Law, thus, this action does result in harm to other sentient beings.

Natural Law is derived through apophasis, a method of logical reasoning employed when given a limited set of possibilities, in order to arrive at knowledge by way of the exclusion of known negatives. It is describing what something is based on, by what it is not. When eliminating the impossible, the remains, regardless how improbable, must be the truth. Natural Law is thus affirmation through negation.

Any form of initiation of violence is aggression against other sovereign individuals, and also a violation of their Natural Right to property.

Taking something which does not belong to you is always a wrong and immoral act. The initiation of violence is never justifiable. The one single rule of Natural Law is thus: “Do not break Private Property.” Any action that does not harm property, is thus rightful and in accordance with Natural Law. Harm no one ~ do everything.

Natural Law Seminar, by Mark Passio

The End of All Evil, by Jeremy Locke

The Kybalion

The Secret Teachings of All Ages ~ an Encyclopedic Outline of Masonic, Hermetic, Qabbalistic and Rosicruician Symbolsical Philosophy, by Manly P. Hall

For a New Liberty, by Murray N. Rothbard

Ethics of Liberty, by Murray N. Rothbard

Lex, Rex, or The Law of The Prince, by Samuel Rutherford

The Summa Theologica, by St. Thomas Aquinas

Speaking of Liberty, by Lew Rockwell

The Rights of the Colonists, by Samuel Adams

Natural Law, by Lysander Spooner

Lysander Spooner on Natural Law by George H. Smith

Right is Might, by Richard W. Wetherill

On Natural Law, by Leo Strauss

Spiritual Laws That Govern Humanity and the Universe, by Lonnie C. Edwards

Prometheus Rising, by Robert Anton Wilson

Illuminatus! Triology, by Robert Anton Wilson

Cosmic Trigger, by Robert Anton Wilson

The Occult Anatomy of Man, by Manly P. Hall

Lectures on Ancient Philosophy, by Manly P. Hall

Anarchy

Anarchy is derived from the Greek prefix "an-": "without; the absence of" and the Greek noun "archon": "external master; ruler". It does not mean no rules, rather, it means without imposed rulers, no masters and no slaves, in other words, Freedom. Anarchy is in opposition to authority or the state, as these terms are simply euphemisms for aggression and theft, which are always immoral and in opposition to Natural Law. There is no legitimacy to the mastery over other people. Freedom is based upon the Non-Aggression Principle and the Principle of Self-Defense against the violation of Rights. “The Natural Liberty of man is to be free from any superior power on Earth, and not to be under the will or legislative authority of man, but only to have the Law of Nature for his rule.”

A sovereign individual has the objective knowledge of which behaviors are Rights because they don't harm others, and which are wrongs, as they do steal from others. Further, once these facts are fully understood and integrated into one's being, and individual action is willfully aligned in accordance to this Will, a state of true Anarchy, Freedom and Peace emerges.

All parts of the economy rely on a fundamental legal and moral framework, just as society in general require such ethical guidelines. This is of course true for the creation of production and consumption goods, where firms can strive to achieve prosperity both economically as well as morally. Most industries are under heavy scrutiny to make sure that no legal or moral code is violated without repercussions. However, one of the most important industries, money production, has so far slipped through the cracks of this due diligence.

For a New Liberty, by Murray N. Rothbard

Our Enemy the State, by Albert Jay Nock

Defending the Undefendable, by Walter Block

Anatomy of State, by Murray N. Rothbard

Speaking of Liberty, by Lew Rockwell

Chaos Theory, by Robert P. Murphy

Bourbon for Breakfast, by Jeffrey Tucker

On Anarchy, by Bakunin

Everyday Anarchy, by Stefan Molyneux

Practical Anarchy, by Stefan Molyneux

Agorism

Agorism is Agora, Anarchy, Action! Apply what you know to be truthful, and engage only with those who respect freedom and property rights. Instead of kneeling for the state, or burning it down, build something ever more beautiful and enjoy the wonders of the second realm.

agorism.info

The New Libertarian Manifesto, by Samuel Edward Konkin III

Agorist Class Theory, by Wally Conger

An Agorist Primer, by SEK3

The Last Whole Introduction to Agorism, by SEK3

What must be done, by Hans Hermann Hoppe

The Second Realm, by Smuggler and XYC

A Lodging of Wayfaring Man

#Agora

Alongside Night

Two Realms

Aristocracy of Action

The Crypto Anarchist Manifesto, by Timothy C. May

The Cyphernomicon, by Timothy C. Max

A Decleration of the Independence of Cyberspace, by John Perry Barlow

A Cypherpunk Manifesto, by Eric Hughes

Crypto Anarchy and Virtual Communities, by Timothy C. May

The Future of Cryptography, by Dorothy E. Denning

Anarchy, State, and the Internet: An Essay on Lawmaking in Cypress, by David G. Post

Cypherpunk Mailing List

Hermeticism

The Kybalion

Troth Hermes Trismegistus

The Corpus Hermeticum and Hermetic Tradition

On the Trail of the Winged God

The Life and Teachings of Thoth Hermes Trismegistus

SUMMUM: Sealed Except to the Open Mind, Summum and The Kybalion

Initiation into Hermetics, by Franz Bardon

Hermetic Tradition, Symbols and Teachings of the Royal Art, by Julius Evola

The Emerald Tablet of Hermes, by Zoran Petrowanowitsch

Gnosism

The Gnostic World View

What Is a Gnostic?, by Stephan A. Hoeller

The Gnostic Society Lectures

The Nag Hammadi Library

Valentinus and the Valentinian Tradition

The Wisdom of the Knowing Ones, by Manly P. Hall

Rosicrucianism

Rosicrucian.org

The Sacret History of the Rosicrucian

Fama Fraternitatis

Confessio Fraternitatis

Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosicross

Spiritual Laws That Govern Humanity and the Universe, by Lonnie C. Edwards

Rosicrucian Code of Life

The Mystical Life of Jesus, by H. Spencer Lewis

Essays Of A Modern Mystic, by H. Spencer Lewis

Rosicrucian and Masonic Origins, by Manly P. Hall

Veganism

Vegetarianism and Occultism [Audiobook], by C. W. Leadbeater

The Wisdom of the Vegetarian Diet

Vegetarianism, Spirituality and Health

Earthlings


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