Isn't that completely backwards thinking?
Equality does exist, naturally - the equality that is the law of the jungle, the shared struggle, the great equalizer that is reality.
What is interesting is that from this form of "equality" spawns something else: stratification. Freedom means freedom from the artificial constraints of some halfass notion that nobody is above anyone else. It is not so. Water seeks its own level, and the greater shall rise to the top.
So to answer your thinly veiled suggestion, certainly you can declare yourself a High Priest of whatever it is you think you are High Priest of. But it will not make you the equal of Anton LaVey or Peter Gilmore, both of whom have known and tangible accomplishments, and achieved tangible and real authority through it. What will you have? Just a hollow, empty name. You could buy a gold medal, but it won't make you an olympian.
we should all be free and nobody is allowed to be higher
Didn't think that out very well did you? Free...nobody is allowed. How is disallowance of something freedom? Real genius you are.
"The devil I'll bring you," answered Hagen. "I have enough to carry with my shield and breastplate; my helm is bright, the sword is in my hand, therefore I bring you naught."