Frequently Asked Questions

Is Nobility a religion?

Sadly, most Nobles are secular but there is nevertheless an undeniable religious component to Noble culture. Nobility is best described as a way of being and it incorporates the sacrifices, struggles, and history of the Nobles, starting with Apollo.

Do Nobles believe in the supernatural?

That depends on what is meant by “the supernatural”. Historically, the supernatural was merely a “God of the Gaps” explanation for phenomena we can’t yet understand. Since we make no distinction between science and the supernatural, we believe in both.

What is the mission of a Noble?

Nobles are called upon by their ancestors to liberate humanity from chameocracy and live as humanity’s greatest ally. The Promethean prophecy foresees a Noble city of the future dedicated to humanity.

What is the Aristogram?

The Aristogram is the Noble texts which include the historical origin and account of the Nobles, as well as their philosophy.

What is cryptocracy?

Cryptocracy means rule by crypsis – the practice of concealing a hidden dual identity.

What is aristophobia?

Please, see the official definition of aristophobia by the NIBOE.

Can I become a Noble* ?

Nobility is a multifaceted concept. The defining facet of Nobility is the inheritance that was first passed down to us from Apollo, father to son. You either have the inheritance or not, but anyone can be an Aristophile (a friend of the Nobles / lover of excellence).

What is meant by inheritance?

The inheritance of the Nobles is a composite construct. It refers to the origin, mission, destiny, philosophy, duties, and special abilities of the Noble people. The Promethean prophecy is one of the most important concepts of the Noble faith.

What is Aristopolis?

The Nation of Aristopolis refers to the collective peoplehood, identity, and culture of the Nobles. It also refers to the future city of Aristopolis from which Nobles will act as guardians of humanity.

What is the Aristonomy?

The Aristonomy is the Noble Law that all Nobles must abide by according to the Noble teachings.

What is an Aristophile?

Aristophiles are righteous non-Nobles who love excellence as much as Nobles. As such, despite the Aristogenesis not being part of Aristophilian history, Aristophiles virtuously embrace the Nobles as their comrades, share their vision of a Perfect Society, and support the creation of an international capital city of Aristopolis, where Nobles can fulfill their role as guardians of humanity.

* Not to be confused with membership in the Nobility International