Things, facts and objects have become poor and shortsighted descriptions of what surrounds us; as ontological machines they operate a hierarchy. Things are inert, modifiable from the outside; the facts are external to the observer, they depend on him in the last instance; objects are passive and encompassed by an active subject. But today the old hierarchies do not serve to understand the causes and effects that generate the dense web of reality; our hypothesis and our sensitivity are oriented to think of each being, each entity as an upgradeable power, as an active or lurking actor. Networks are more useful descriptions to understand our environment; proceed to its ontological flattening – political, aesthetic, philosophical, ect. – is our sensitive and analytical, existential challenge. Ontoplanism implies moving from ontological machines to a horizontal plane in which everything that exists coexists.