"Monarchy is also a natural and organic form of government, understood intuitively by individuals of widely varying backgrounds and intelligence. Legitimacy is conferred from above (the Divine) rather than from below (the people), but Monarchy is part of the natural order and is worlds away from an unnatural "system" of government imposed on a submissive population. The Monarch is the very symbol and guarantee of his people's liberty and is there to serve rather than rule. This Christ-like function finds mythological expression in the tales of King Arthur and his Knights, where we also find a legend common to many nations and cultures: that of the sleeping King, destined to awaken at his country's hour of need. "
I know next to nothing about Anarchism, but an online Anarchist journal Synthesis has published a provocative article by John Fitzgerald on the symbolic power of kingship.
It appears to be the case that Christians and occultists are rubbing shoulders together over at Synthesis, a very strange place. I'll be reporting more on this phenomenon as I learn more.
I have been aware of Hans Hoppe, an anarcho-capitalist of the Austrian School who has written extensively about the relative superiority of monarchy over democracy, though he views both as illegitimate monopolizers of coercive power.
I don't think anarchist confusion promises to be a fruitful avenue of investigation, but I find it immensely interesting that there are individuals out there who are anarchists and pro-monarchy at the same time. Perhaps they think a totally free and open society will naturally re-form itself into a monarchical order.