Ayreonism (named after Prince Elijah Ayreon) is a centrist political ideology originating from Elwynn. At its core, Ayreonism resembles social liberalism and promotes civic (instead of ethnic) Elwynnese nationalism and pacifism.
In Elwynn, Ayreonist policies have included free immigation, equal rights for all sentient beings, republicanism, a somewhat regulated market, and the self-determination for all peoples. Since the mid 1650s, however, Ayreonism has become more nationalistic and began promoting a regulated migration policy for Elwynn.
Ayreonism developed during the early years of Elwynnese independence and was largely built on the Antican philosopher Beets Rutherford's treatise As Malarbor Burned, combined with pacifist egalitarian and religious mores from Hurmu.
Represented in the Elwynnese legislature by the Ayreonist Independence Party.