Resource Based Economy
– An economic system based on direct-common ownership of land, resources, production, distribution, and allocation, characterized through non-usury (monetary) intelligent management of resources for common consumer social abundance rather than profit-based scarcity (Capitalism) or need-based scarcity (Socialism).
– A gift economy in which the need for money, barters, or exchange is surpassed by the development of advanced earth-based technologies.
– A post-scarcity society in which shared social abundance replaces the implied and artificial social notions of resource scarcity.
– (In Directivist Theory)  An essential third way post-monetary developmental stage achieved through the abolishment of state-property-centered and private-property-centered economic systems.
A) An application of alchemy towards the solving of social problems with earth based technology.
B) A guaranteed focus on the spiritual transcendence of society towards ascension and greater heights of spiritual understanding.
C) Guaranteed direct access by all to the means of all necessary production
D) Directly Democratic and technical assisted facilitation of resource management, utilization, and distribution.
E) Election of Alchemists to develop ways to relieve society from the burdens of menial labor and allow all members of society to engage in creative, fulfilling social endeavors.
F) Use of Energy Credits to track renewability of resources and give a share of social abundance to everyone
The history of Resource Based Economy as a practice goes back to the 1700’s and the pirate colony of Libertalia. Founded by Cpt. James Madison the pirate colony of Libertalia was established by pirates and liberated slaves.  What they established was an Agrarian – Resource Based Economy in which they were all farmers, handicrafts people, who held the land and resources in common. No dividers existed between one person and another’s property and any treasure pillaged at sea was carried into the common treasury; money being of no concern where everything was provided in common need. Captains, who were vested as both armed defense of the colony and command of anti-monetary brigades at sea, were elected by the colony and from the colony. Fisheries were cooperatively managed by workers who elected their own managers and had the right to fire and or impeach them as well. Shipwrights utilized a system of resource management, utilization at the ship wright and distribution. At each level of resource facilitation, trustees were appointed to convey and aid in the intelligent management of resources. How long this colony persisted for and its exact location is all lost in the mists of history.