Ambiarchy: Just a Matter of Time

Ambiarchy answers the question of why we live in a Universe that seems to contradict itself. In particular, how a single, shared Universe can produce various opposing results. This interests the Ambiarchist, because the Ambiarchist is interested in bridging the very harsh reality of the past with the realization of ideals in the future. Of … Continue reading Ambiarchy: Just a Matter of Time


Ambiarchy and Hierarchical Authority

To understand why Ambiarchy prefers a meritocratic organization, as opposed to a flat or majoritarian one, it may be best to look at the characteristics of cooperatives and collectives, and how they fair in the economy. The tendency of cooperatives today is to retain a degree of traditional authority and hierarchy, but the justification is … Continue reading Ambiarchy and Hierarchical Authority

Mutualism, the Politics of the Illuminated

Mutualism and the Illuminati Both pantheism and mutualism-- the most influential of views upon Ambiarchy-- can be traced to the views of the Illuminati. No, not the Bavarian Illuminati of Adam Weishaupt, but to the Amalricians-- who called themselves Illuminati long before Weishaupt--, and by extension the Gnostics and Greek philosophers, from whom the Amalricians … Continue reading Mutualism, the Politics of the Illuminated

Ambiarchy: From Whence Rights Commence

Ambiarchy is an interesting worldview, because it is simultaneously anarchy and statism. Many would think this an impossibility. To understand how Ambiarchy is simultaneously anarchy and statism, one must understand the Ambiarchist conceptions of anarchy and statism. These are intrinsically bound up in the Ambiarchist conception of rights. Ambiarchy starts with early humanity, in our … Continue reading Ambiarchy: From Whence Rights Commence

Ambiarchy, What It Looks Like

An Ambiarchy is confederalist, consent-oriented, and voluntary. It is anarchist, panarchist, and voluntaryist. It is mutualist, Georgist, and distributist. It is communalist, agorist, syndicalist, and platformist. It is meritocratic, democratic, republican, constitutional, and parliamentary. It is Austrian, Marxist, monetarist, neo-Keynesian, corporatist, and chartalist. It is folkish, traditional, conservative, liberal, progressive, radical, and revolutionary. Among other … Continue reading Ambiarchy, What It Looks Like