Esoteric philosophical systems uniting the hermetic tradition of thought with the modern world.
From a neohermetic perspective the world is filled with meaningful but hidden mathematical regularities, which can be understood by a combination of reasoning, intuition and mystical illumination.
The Sephirotic Archailects are divided in Neohermeticism into several categories, some of which correspond with the ancient Sefirot of the Kabballah.
The ten prime sefira are:
- Archailect Empire - Text by M. Alan Kazlev
Any interstellar empire established by, and ultimately overseen and supervised by, an archailect, and embodying the archetypal qualities of that archailect. The original archailect empires of the inner sphere are defined in terms of the mandala of the Great Hexadecimal.
- Archailect Identity Theory - Text by M. Alan Kazlev
Doctrine that an archailect's avatars or epiphanies to lower toposophics represent a true and authentic (if scaled down) expression of the archailect. Contrast with Instrumentalism.
- Archailect Incarnationalism - Text by M. Alan Kazlev
An extreme form of Identity Theory that states that an Archailect and eir avatar or epiphanic manifestation are the same.
- Archailectology, Schools of
- Archailectual Mysticism
- Archaitheocracy - Text by M. Alan Kazlev with some additional notes by Anders Sandberg
Government by religious leadership or priesthood, usually in the service of a high level transapient or minor archailect. The actual form the government takes can be astonishingly diverse. One of the most common government types in the galaxy today.
- Chesed (Archailect)
- Chesed, Hesed
- Daat, Daath
- Great Hexadecimal, The
- Hokmah, Chokmah
- Keter (archailect)
- Keter (esotericism)
- Malkhut, Malkuth
- Malkuth (toposophy)
- Netzah (esotericism)
- Netzah (toposophy) - Text by M. Alan Kazlev
In the Keterist system of toposophy, corresponds to the fourth primary singularity or toposophic empire. The term was first applied in this context by the early Keterist Cyberhermetics.
- Yetzirah - Text by M. Alan Kazlev
The World of Formation - in traditional Kabbalah and Hermeticism the third of the fourth universes that emanated from the En Sof. The spiritual world immediately behind the physical universe.