Anarchism and anarchy are basically understood as the absence of government.1, 2 The English 'anarchy' stems from the Greek 'anarchos', meaning 'without chief',3 or 'anarchia', which refers to the same, but also to lawlessness in general.4 'Anarchos' consists of the prefix 'an' and the word 'archos', whereby the first regards a negation and the second refers to a leader.5, 6 So in an anarchy the leadership of governance and its laws are negated.
The Greek word 'archos' is closely related to 'arche', referring to an origin.7 This can be understood because in a society it is the leader or the government from which the ruling laws originate. Now this word 'arche' was in an earlier contemplation through the chi-rho monogram related to Christ.8 This seems consistent when it is considered that Christ as Jesus is mentioned as the king, and thus the leader, of the Jews,9 and that the Christ principle as love-wisdom is the dominant law ruling the present solar system.10, 11 Political governance and lawgiving then can be seen as an exoteric reflection of the esoteric Christ principle,12 and anarchy as an-arche then must be seen as an exoteric reflection of the anti-Christ.13
It is the goal of evolution that one day the esoteric Christ principle shall be fully realized in the exoteric rule of humanity.14 This however will be an esoteric elevation of exoteric governance and not an abolishment of it. Humanity shall then be ruled by love and wisdom, which shall have been realized in the hearts of the majority of individuals. This is a situation which is presently far from manifest, and which therefore does not allow absence of a protecting exoteric governance, how imperfect it may be.
The eventual exoteric realization of the esoteric Christ principle as mentioned above shall then etymosophically considered lead to archism and archy and not to anarchism and anarchy. We must very much beware of such an exoteric political anti-Christ.
|Buddic, Love-Wisdom, the Christ principle."