THE AUTARCHIC CREED
We of the Old Religion have our own particular compact with our deities that charges simply, “An it harm none, do as ye will.”
And our gods do not despise us for being human but delight in our celebrations of life and love. We are ageless souls, only for awhile within bodies – merely visitors upon this plane.
We are brothers to the gods and only temporarily cousins to the ape, and our lives belong to us, not to this world nor to its earthly governors.
We are not doomed to shame and decay; not lost; not indentured to perish with earthly manifestations; not disposed to eternal misery for any past or present lapses of courage or wisdom.
We are as children in the school of life who must learn our lessons, on life at a time, before we graduate.
Our lives span the march of time…
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