AFFIRMATION CREED OF THE ARRIVIST:
I am God, and all other gods are my imagery. I gave birth to myself. I
am millions of forms excreating; eternal; and nothing exists except
through me; yet I am not them—they serve me.
I am inconceivable because I make the conceivable as I so will.
I am beyond Law, for my casualness rationalizes all things to my
I am the stranger, ever.
We, the new Arrivists have a lusty heritage from the hierocracy of
ancient Egypt, and such great familiars as Lao-Tzű, Pythagoras, Sappho,
Socrates, Zeno and others who have substantiated their beliefs (and like
them we have been spat on by the ugliest denominators): our great copula
is the giving.
'Arrivism' formulates from our integrals: our 'thisness' into 'as if'
becoming 'as now'—the intentional becoming extentional; action by
spontaneity conforming everything critical and subvertive to itself, which
is the mechanism of evoking our 'thisness'.
'As now' has no pendency: things are, because we are always the
potential of what we last were. The gospel of the Arrivist is always his