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>What is The Natural Law?
Natural law is a philosophical theory. It involves the idea that rights, values, responsibilities are inherent in human nature.
It doesn’t require and should in fact replace political "order" which always inevitably results in chaos.

>Does that mean anarchy? But isn't anarchy basically chaos with no rules?

Anarchy is without rulers, not rules. It is the opposite of chaos. The more systematic laws we have, we are enslaved, which brings chaos. If you have internal anarchy, you will have external monarchy. But if you are a sovereign being with principles, you will have internal monarchy, which will result in external anarchy.


One example of natural law includes the idea that it is universally accepted and understood that killing a human being is wrong. However, it is also universally accepted that punishing someone for killing that person is right. The idea demonstrates that without the requirement of legislation, such beliefs are something that human beings understood inherently as wrong, without the requirement of law.

>Here is the difference between the Natural Law and the Man's Law:


>What do I need to do now?

1. Read the infographic on picrel
2. Read this pastebin:

>Link for the seminar:


>An article for the basic understanding of what Natural Law is about:



Bear in mind, the seminar is here to expand upon the points you might not quite understand.


sounds like a cult based on that op image


everybody says that kek, but check it out for yourself if you're interested. the thing is though, this is not a cult, but it is a knowledge that has been kept away from the masses, so only the occultists and the elite has been keeping it away from us because it is our way of freedom. Mark Passio, the guy who was an ex-satanist and believed in all the occult shit and was part of the occult, de-occults this knowledge and spreads it to people.

But this isn't something new. This has been talked about for decades, there are books about natural law, but we haven't even heard of them, we haven't even heard of natural law in the first place. So this is my chance to share it with you. Take a look anon, I'm sure you'll find it useful if you are interested. If it's too much to watch the 8 hours seminar, you can at least watch the definition of natural law in the pastebin.


back to 4chan


This looks like it may be different from the Natural Law that I am familiar with, which is a subject within Catholic theology arguing that within Catholicism we find both universal and classical philosophy fulfilled with the additional benefit of meeting other of man's needs. Natural Law in that sense is largely a series of distorted just-so-stories that handwave complex social arrangements and contradictions within said arrangements as "the way it is," usually imputing one side of any social conflict to God as "nature" in order to avoid having to take the harder path of actual argument. Abortion is one of the few places in which Natural Lawyers attempt to create arguments, and it becomes easy to see how negatively Natural Lawism has trashed their brains, as their skills at argument have fallen into complete waste. The worst aspect of the Christian mindset regarding Natural Law today is the attempt to "baptize" / distort and reinterpret the pseudoscientific and ostentatiously heretical psychoanalytic self-reflections of Jung into something compatible with both scientific rigor and religious orthodoxy, as at least the similar baptisms of Aristotle and Platon had been formalized a millennium ago and arguments have been developed which could reasonably persuade a person of above average intelligence. This looks like it is instead about an attempt to transform the already distorted Natural Law argument into a form of Egoism, but the Egoism of Ernst Junger's Anarch, rather than the Stirnerian egoist who would dismiss the whole discussion as "2spooky4me."


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>this is not a cult, but it is a knowledge that has been kept away from the masses


Thanks for directing my attention to that post, I would not have read it if it wasn't for you.


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>this is not a cult, but it is a knowledge
Knowledge being


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I share your confusion. When classical anarchists write about natural law they probably mean something like Rousseau's view, which is inherited from the liberal tradition: that man is a lone individual in a field who acts according to his self-interest. This view has been critiqued to death from the right as being antisocial, and probably by modern anarchists along the same lines. I'm not sure why it's being resurrected in this context, or why OP is presenting it as occult knowledge.


Because go on street and ask people if they know about natural law.
About 100% of them will say no.
That is because its kept away. Thats what occulted means, it means only the occult is keeping it because they know the truth and they dont want US to know it.


You're plain and simple a retard. Rewriting words into completely opposite definitions.


Looks like someone's angry that he won't drink the Kool-Aid.


The linked OP vid is on Jewtube with over 100,000 views and monetized, there's nothing special about this and I don't see anyone trying to suppress this supposed secret knowledge you're sharing. Random people on the street not knowing about something is about the lowest bar you could set, with that logic any advanced mathematics or philosophy is also occult knowledge.


>Because go on street
No, its YOU go on the street and touch some grass, mama's hypnotist
>and ask people
Yeah, you go and do that

Then come back. Or wait. Don't


What's amusing about Natural Law is that it is such a foreign concept to people that, in order to understand it, it must be bundled with delusions

Most people here cannot comprehend it, and that's okay.

To fully understand it is to be "psychopathic" – and as much as many here love to larp about being cold, they will rarely reach the threshold! HELL, I WAVER ALL THE TIME



>rights, values, responsibilities are inherent in human nature.
Examples? Might makes right seems inherent but I don't like it.


Natural Law is based on pre-Darwinian nature created by a God or Force that is rational and benign.

I like Stoicism, but when I read the phrase "live in accordance with nature" I shudder, knowing Darwinian nature red in tooth and claw. nature is something to run from not embrace.

what is darwinian natural law but nihilism?

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