Fifth & Sixth World Themes

4th-5th Estates
  • 5th Estate: Webmasters & Bloggers
  • 4th-5th Rs

  • Respect and Responsibility
  • 4th-5th World Astrology

  • 13-Sign Astrology
  • 4th World: Celtic Astrology
  • 5th World: Bucksfanian Astrology
  • 5th-6th Gospels

  • 5th Gospel: Gospel of Thomas
  • 6th Gospel: Gospel of the Nazirenes (source 1)
  • 6th Gospel: Gospel of the Nazirenes (source 2)
  • 6th Gospel: Gospel of the Nazirenes (source 3)

    5th-6th Race

  • 5th-6th Race
  • Indigo Race
  • 5th-6th Senses

  • 5 Senses
  • 5th Sense: Smell
  • 6th Sense: ESP
  • 5th Column

  • 5th Column: Trojan horse
  • 5th Element

  • 5th Element: Spirit
  • 5th Wheel

  • 5th Wheel: RV World
  • Alternative Calendars

  • Cesidian calendar
  • International Fixed Calendar
  • WorldCalendar
  • Alternative Education

  • Alternative Education Resource Organization (AERO)
  • Distance Education & eLearning
  • Homeschooling
  • Alternative Energy

  • Biogas
  • Solar power
  • Wind Power
  • Alternative Health

  • Acupuncture
  • Herbal Medicine
  • Homeopathy
  • Naturopathy
  • Reiki
  • Alternative Language

  • Esperanto
  • Interlingua
  • Alternative Law

  • Cesidian law (jus cerebri electronici)
  • Alternative Linguistics

  • Tallinian Linguistic Classification (TLC) System
  • Alternative Meridian

  • Cyberterra Mean Time (CMT)
  • Alternative Nationalism

  • 5th World Micronationalism
  • 6th World Micronationalism
  • Alternative Science

  • Amateur Science
  • Consciousness Research
  • Holographic Universe
  • Orgonomy
  • Parapsychology
  • Alternative Theology

  • Analytic theology
  • Process theology
  • Alternative Time

  • Internet Time
  • Perhaps the most well-developed micronation is Talossa, which was founded in 1979 by R. Ben Madison, then a high-school student in Wisconsin. The nation began as Madison's solo attempt to found "a perfect society," but in time it absorbed several friends who had once derided Talossa as "Ben's fantasy country." (source)
    On 14 October 2002, HM Cesidio Tallini has officially renounced any citizenship, nationality, and/or affiliation with the micronational world. Having been banned from the two major micronational group sites, HM Cesidian Tallini has become, in effect, the World's First King to be literally sent into exile from cyberspace! HM Cesidio Tallini ... joins a long list of Princes and Kings who have been banned from ever entering real nations.
    Freedonia is not the only micronation to have declared its sovereignty in the past five years. The most comprehensive web listing of micronations contains 118 entries; only a handful predate 1995. This recent surge in do-it-yourself statecraft is entirely due to the establishment of the Internet, a vast and uncharted terra incognita with boundless tolerance for far-fetched ideas. (source)
    Fifth World nations are often ethnic nations, whereas in micronations ethnicity matters very little. The Fifth World ethnicity may either be neotraditional, or entirely novel, and the same feature ... applies to race. However important ethnicity is in the Fifth World, it is important to realise that it has absolutely no place or meaning in micronations or in the micronational community.
    Though micronationalism, at first sight, can seem risible, the question is: why is there (or should there be) any fundamental difference between a recently-imagined community (to use Benedict Anderson's term) or a "traditional" community? Is there any fundamental difference, other than a durable tradition - and if a micronation should last long enough, would it not then be no different from any other nation? (source)
    Fifth World nations have more than the club-like environment of your typical Internet micronation, since they have developed extensive and original cultures of their own. A great deal of cultural development is going on in the Fifth World, and if current trends continue, future societies of the Western World may come to resemble the webindigeneous Fifth World more and more.
    Defining micronationalism is an extremely difficult task - particularly since micronationalism as a phenomenon spans a wide spectrum of subphenomena. Furthermore, micronationalism is invested with widely varying meanings by its participants. There is in the micronational community no single version of the semantic content of the word "micronation". (source)
    It should be noted that if your nation has been around for 5 years, as is the case of fairly old TTF-Bucksfan, still active and strong as it ever was, that hardly constitutes a 'history.' Even respectable company histories are usually longer than that. If the race of which your people is comprised of is the Indigo race, a phenotype more than a genotype, although it is a true phenotype, this is hardly universally accepted as a 'race.' The fact most of your people speak English, hardly constitutes an autochthonous 'language' in any shape or form, since English is a first or native language in many countries, and practically a second or auxiliary language worldwide. If the favourite food of your nation is chocolate, that hardly constitutes a 'culture.' If you follow a fairly orthodox faith, such as Christianity in its various forms, or no faith whatsoever, that hardly constitutes an autochthonous 'religion.' (source)
    [T]he surface impression of micronationalism is that of a number of groups of adults, playacting imaginary nations. This impression is so eye-catching that it quite often completely obscures the fact that there is a deeper current of activity in the micronational community. For some, it is indeed a game - but others are serious, to some extent, about their endeavours to create a nation. (source)
    Friend, you are not a 'living organism' according to the biologists of UNPO; you are, at best, a cell, or maybe tiny group of cells, that have fairly recently separated from the living organism called a First, Second, or Third World nation. No, you are not an eardrum, which may be important to the 'Command Centre' of the living organism, you are not a finger, not even the stinky genitals! You are just a cell, or a few cells, that have recently separated from the living organism, that act like a missing eardrum, but really aren't, and actually you are so irrelevant that even the undemocratic living organism you separated from doesn't feel threatened by you, or by the lack of you! By the way, good luck: now you are going to have to live outside of the living organism all by yourself! (source)
    For some, micronationalism is a mere hobby - an extended game of role-playing. Others take it somewhat more seriously, viewing micronationalism as a political simulation - their primary motivation for taking part in the micronational community is... to gain insight into the political process, with a view to making use of this experience in a 'real-world' context. Yet another group takes the micronational project much more seriously - it is their ambition to achieve statehood, if possible. (source)
    Jus cerebri electronici states that the jurisdiction under which a server or client falls is not determined by the territory on which the server lies, or even the territory on which it was built, but by the hypercitizenship or citizenship of the owner of the server or client. Jus cerebri electronici states that the owner of the server or client exercises higher title and jurisdiction because Roman law (jus sanguinis/jus soli) doesn't apply at all to the Internet, but rather Cesidian law (jus cerebri electronici). Any territorial nation's claim to the Internet based on the location of a server or client is in fact illegitimate. (source)