9. We believe the greatest satisfaction and happiness of one's life is to serve others, especially
the young. Raising them up to work with the hands and well as the mind and teaching them to work in communities, to establish
the worship of the Father, and to help bring about His Kingdom on Earth, and world peace and brotherhood.
10. We believe that any desire, thought, or act, which will injure one's self or another,
to be unjust and immoral. We abjure war or violence, discard of conflict in any form, and will not aid or abet in it. And
we believe it is our duty to live in Peace and Harmony with the entire Human Family. To strive to overcome all tendencies
of hate, jealousy, malice, conceit, envy, deceit, and all forms of physical, mental, emotonal, and moral weakness. To increase
knowledge of one's self, of life, and of nature; and to use this knowledge properly for selfimprovement; to work toward
spiritual developement of love, wisdom, peace, universal understanding, that we may be of greater service to God, our Country,
our community, and our Fellow Man
OAHSPE GOD'S BOOK
OF ESKRA CHAPTER XXXIV:(DOCTRINES)
10. The child shall be taught to love, to revere and to obey its own father
(and its mother, who is its vice-father); the man to love and revere the rab'bah; the rab'bahs to love and revere the chief
rab'bahs; the whole people to love and revere the emperor.
29. Do not unto others what we would that they should
not do unto us.
30. To return good for evil.
35. To respect all people, as we desire to be respected.
Oahspe Book of Inspiration Chapter VII:
When man practiceth virtue, wisdom, truth and love unto all, his inspiration is from Me direct.
18. When man practiceth
destruction and selfishness, his inspiration is indirectly from Me, through the conflict of his surroundings.
And thus becometh he evil, instead of good.
Oahspe Book of Inspiration Chapter VIII:
7. And I sent
my angels to man, teaching him how to distinguish the difference in the inspirations upon him, that he might govern himself
8. And My angels said unto man: Become thou one with thy Creator; these are His direct inspirations:
9. To love thy Creator above all else, and thy neighbor as thyself.
10. To give delights only, and not
11. To kill not.
12. To do not violently against His creatures.
13. To be considerate
of the liberty of all the living.
14. To interdict not the happiness and hope of others, only where thou canst
return a transcendent glory and hope in place thereof.
15. For these are direct inspirations from thy Creator.
16. But these are thy evil inspirations, O man, these come from thy birth and surroundings, formerly called, satan:
17. To kill.
18. To slander.
19. To punish.
20. To destroy Jehovih's created beings.
21. To strive for thyself, above another.
22. To gratify thy flesh at the expense of purity or wisdom.
23. To be false to Jehovih.
24. To be false to thyself.
25. To speak falsely.
To covet another's.
27. To cohabit in the gestative period.
28. To engage in strife, or to aid and abet
conflicts, which are the fruit of carniverous food, transmitted in birth.
Oahspe Book of Inspiration: Chapter XI:
1. SEEK not to spread My gospels, and entice
followers unto this, or that, saith Jehovih.
2. Neither go about preaching, saying: Thus saith Jehovih!
3. Let all
men hear Me in their own way.
4. No man shall follow another.
5. I will have no sect.
6. I will have no creed.
12. To teach man to comprehend liberty, especially as to thought and as to knowledge, this hath been a great labor.
Oahspe Book of Judgement: Chapter VIII:
A certain rich man, being converted from the desires of earth, went about casting his money freely in the streets, and
in giving to whosoever asked him therefor.
11. And some gathered it up, and fed and clothed themselves;
others took of it, and went and got drunk, and became worse than before.
12. The measure of righteousness of that man's behavior was not in giving what he had to the poor, but in
the good and evil that came of it, being weighed, as to which outbalanced the other.
13. And where he lowered the grade of them that received this money, or where he lowered
a greater number than he raised, there his act of casting the
money away was a judgment against him.
who giveth, saying: Here, thou beggar! doeth a good corporeal act, but an evil spiritual act. He lifteth up with one hand,
but knocketh down wih the other. Such an act detracteth from the grade of that man.
15. A certain rich
man, being converted to do good works, went and built a score of soup-houses to feed the poor gratuitously.
all the poor people of that town went therein and were fed. But
the next year, behold, there were twice as many poor. And the rich man built another score of soup-houses, and they were
17. But the next year, there were
still twice as many poor people to feed; but the rich man had exhausted his means, and could feed none at all.
18. Judgment is therefore rendered against that man for his
19. For, whilst he
did a little corporeal good, he did a great spiritual wrong, because he lowered the grade of manhood and womanhood in those
that he fed. His benevolence promoted dependence.
Oahspe bible Book of Eskra 42:6; These Es'eans [Essenes] were, therefore,
a separate people, pledged to Jehovih, to have no king nor earth-ruler, save their rab'bahs. And they dwelt in communities
and families of tens and twenties and hundreds, holding all things in common...
Thomas Paine in his book Common Sense on pages 10-14 wrote "Government
by kings was first introduced into the world by the Heathens, from which the children of Israel copied the custom.
It was the most prosperous invention that was ever set on foot for the promotion of Idolatry...Monarchy is ranked in scripture
as one of the sins of the Jews...The children of Israel being oppressed by the Midianites, Gideon marched against them with
a small army, and victory, through the divine interposition, decided in his favor. The Jews, elate with success, and attributing
it to the generalship of Gideon, proposed making him a king, saying, Rule thou over us, thou ad thy son, and thy son's son
[hereditary succession monarchy]...Gideon in the piety of his soul replied, I will not rule over you, neither shall my son
rule over you, THE LORD SHALL RULE OVER YOU...About one hundred years after this, they fell again into the same error...But
the thing displeased Samuel when they said, Give us a king to judge us; and Samuel prayed unto the Lord, and the Lord said
unto Samuel, Hearken unto the voice of the people in all that they say unto thee, for they have not rejected thee, but they
have REJECTED ME, THAT I SHOULD NOT REIGN OVER THEM...And Samuel told all the words of the Lord unto the people, that asked
of him a king. And he said...and ye shall cry out in that day because of your king which ye shall have chosen, AND THE LORD
WILL NOT HEAR YOU IN THAT DAY...Nevertheless the people refused to obey the voice of Samuel, and they said, Nay, but we will
have a King over us, that we may be like all the nations...
Monarchy, political system based upon the undivided sovereignty or rule of a single person. The term applies to states in
which supreme authority is vested in the monarch, an individual ruler who functions as the head of state and who achieves
his or her position through heredity."
There are two types of monarchies still in existence. On one hand you have
an absolute monarchy e.g. Saudi Arabia,Qatar, Oman, UAE. This type of monarchy is one where the sovereign (King or Queen)
has, in theory, total power. The other is a constitutional monarchy e.g. UK, Norway, Spain, The Netherlands, Denmark, etc.
This is where the monarchy has legal and or constitutional limits on its power. It is
a symbolic role and does not interfere with the country’s affairs for the most part.
Libertarians have often dreamed of escaping the tyranny of the State; some
have sought to do so by seeking refuge in distant and uninhabited lands where they could live in solitary hermitage or in
small communities held together by the principle of voluntary association and mutual aid. But historians know that such experiments
seldom survive in peace for long; sooner or later the State finds and confronts them with its instinctive will to violence,
its mania for coercion rather than persuasion, for compulsion rather than voluntarism. Such has been the fate of the Mormons
and Mennonites, the Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Amish people, among others.
States do not dismantle willingly or easily. While they can disintegrate with startling speed, as in Russia in 1917 or France
in 1968, almost always new States arise to take their place. The reason for this, I believe, is that men cannot bring themselves
to believe in the practical feasibility of a society in which perfect liberty, security of life and property, and law and
justice can be attained without the coercive violence of the State. Men have for so long been enslaved by the State that they
cannot rid themselves of a Statist mentality. The myth of the State as a necessary part of social reality constitutes the
greatest single obstacle to the achievement of a libertarian voluntarist society.
the historian, if he but chooses to look and report his findings, knows that many societies have functioned successfully without
the existence of the State, its coercive apparatus and monopoly of organized violence. It is my purpose here to present one
example of such a society, one that existed for more than a thousand years of recorded history, terminated only by the massive
military efforts of a more populous, wealthy and aggressive neighboring State. I will describe for you the millennial –
long anarchic society of Celtic Ireland – destroyed after a six-century struggle against the English State in the wake
of the military victories, confiscations and genocidal policies of successive English governments in the 17th century.
My Stateless Neighbors: The Amish
and Hopi of Arizona express an anarchist distrust of leaders, such that that each individual seeks to avoid the leadership role, blending into the group as much as possible."
societies seem less violent and brutish than those with the state"
Longing for Arcadia: Memoirs of an Anarcho-cynicalist Anthropologist
Oahspe's The Lord's Fifth Book: Chapter VI:
them to industries, and peace and
righteousness, after the manner of the I'hins.
Book Of Jehovih's Kingdon On Earth: Chapter XXVI:
2. Jehovih had said: A republic can not follow the highest Light; it followeth the majority. And a majority is,
and was, and ever shall be, the lesser light.
3. Therefore, a republic is not the all highest government; and, since only the All Highest can triumph in the end, behold, and interpret ye what shall
come to pass.
4. The C'chiefs said: But many understood not. Nevertheless, the Faithists had little in common with the Uzians.
The Faithists established a reciprocity betwen different colonies.
6. For, some were suited to agriculture and some to manufactures.
7. And they exchanged
produce, so there was neither buying nor selling between them.
8. And it came to pass also, that, as some of the colonies were situated to the south, where it was warm, and some
to the north, where it was cold, so the people went and sojourned
in any place suited unto them, continuing their membership wherever they went.
Now, thus it did come to pass, in Jehovih's kingdom on earth,
man was without a government, such as man's government.
10. And this was the next higher condition that came up after republics.
11. The angels of Jehovih, perceiving this was coming to pass, said unto the Faithists:
Bother not your heads much about passing new laws for the Uzians;
neither take ye any part in the government, whether it doth this or that.
many men shall rise up, saying: If the government would make
a law of peace; or, if the government would prohibit the traffic and the manufacture of this curse or that curse,--
14. But we say unto you, all these things shall fail.
Trust ye not in the ungodly to do a godlike matter.
15. The societies shall fail;
the Peace Society shall become a farce; the Prohibitory Society shall be lost sight of.
a state in which supreme power is held by the people
and their elected representatives, and which has an
elected or nominated president rather than a monarch.