MEMBERSHIP 

 

Levels of participation:
 
1. Association – basic level.
Allows remote interaction.
Member of the Association shall:
- share the Principles of the New Metaphysics;
- engage in the enlightenment activities;
- contribute to the development of the organization.

 

Membership in the Association provides:
- involvement in the project;
- privileged terms of education;
- informational and consultative support.

 

To become a member of the Association, it is necessary to:
- sign the application form;
- provide personal data;
- pay the admission fee.

 

Application form and personal data should be sent for review to the Chancery: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
The candidate will receive a notice of confirmation of membership along with the further instructions.
 
2. The Collegium – advanced level.
Combines remote and personal interaction.
Any member of the Collegium shall:
- take an oath of serving the Order;
- obey the administration;
- devote him- or herself to the initiatory work;
- facilitate the activities within the organization;
- take personal responsibility for the quality and results.
 
Membership in the Collegium provides:
- identity;
- access to the initiatory trials;
- immediate interaction with the active members of the organization;
- the right to represent the Order on the local-territorial level;
- the possibility to run the specific projects of the organization.
 
To become a member of the Collegium, it is necessary to:
- apply for membership;
- submit an autobiography;
- pay the admission fee;
- pass an interview.

 

The free-form application for membership in the Collegium, along with the autobiography, should be sent to the Chancery for consideration: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If approved, the candidate is assigned an interview.

 

3. Council – the highest level.

Any member of the Council shall:
- act as a trustee of the Order;
- engage in the transcendental practice and present its results.

 

Membership in the Council provides all the benefits of the Association and the Collegium, as well as:
- the right to vote in the election of the administration of the Order;
- the right for membership in the Initiatory Committee;
- the access to the transcendental practices of the higher degrees.

 

To become a member of the Council, one should:
- make a significant personal contribution to the development of the Order;
- apply for granting the status of a member of the Council and receive a positive decision on it;
- take an oath to protect the Order and to strengthen its power, potency and influence.

 

4. Honorary membership – symbolic level.
The Order may confer honorary membership, which is symbolic and does not pertain to the general structure of the organization.
The honorary membership may be conferred on:
- patrons and donors to the organization for the provision of essential assistance;
- outstanding individuals for a nominal support;
- scientists and philosophers for the achievements in the neighboring areas of knowledge;
- people who intentionally or accidentally caused the necessary consequences.

 

Fees:

 

The Association

The membership in the Association involves a one-time admission fee and annual membership fee.
In case of substantial grounds and on agreement with the Chancery, the fees for certain members can be reduced, distributed, cancelled or substituted with ordinary work.

 

The Collegium
The membership in the Collegium involves a one-time admission fee and annual membership fee.
The members of the Collegium who carry out regular activities within the organization shall be exempt from annual fees.

 

The Council
The Council membership involves a one-time admission fee and no annual fees.
Since the members of the Council are the trustees of the Order, they may provide financial assistance to the organization voluntarily and are obliged to do so in the case of critical need.

 

Any further questions about the fees and the payment options should be directed to the Chancery: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   


Confidentiality:

Any member can decide on the degree of confidentiality of information regarding their own involvement. The Order shall not disclose personal data of its members and if necessary, provides additional measures to protect their anonymity.
 

Ethics and Discipline:

The membership in the Order does not impose any special restrictions on behavior, but implies an orientation to the principles of adequacy, integrity, solidarity, sensitivity, reliability, responsibility and excellence.

 

The implementation of activities implies a unity of goals and abiding by the collective discipline. In this regard, the following are considered vice: aggressiveness, quarrelsomeness, hysteria, envy, mistrust, carping, arrogance, slander, the propensity to intrigues and machinations, disorderliness, sloth and sabotage. These and any other manifestation of defective behavior within the organization attract proportionate sanctions.