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gripreaper
7th May 2012, 03:24
The Rule of Law

This OP has been ruminating inside my subconscious for weeks, and it is a post whose time has come, in light of the cosmic energetic alignments astrologically, and the return of the Divine Feminine in the hearts of people. It has some Admiralty in it and some Drake, but that is only a small part of the story.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Mu_8w6db5M

The big picture, the canvas of the collective dream, is a story of this planet’s history, the evolution of consciousness for all sentient beings who chose to come here and participate, as well as the possibility to hold the fullness of light in a human body, but surely I digress into an OP which would be so large, it would not fit into the pixels being painted now upon the hearts and minds of the collective.

So let us focus in on the pixels which begin in the 18th Dynasty of Egypt with the pharaoh Akhenaton, for this is where the “Rule of Law” has its roots or tentacles if you prefer. Whatever archetype you choose to understand the patriarchy, this is where the energies of the rainbow bridge were severed and only those with inertia and control, vested in the one power ruler, the king, the pharaoh, the emperor, meted out to the masses as dictates and rules, began to emerge. The Feminine aspects of the energetic spectrum were severed, and the new archetype for the feminine became the harlot. The patriarchal system was born.

Along with this separation, the “Rule of Law” taught divisiveness, for no longer did the initiate go from temple to temple along the Nile and learn the Gnostic teachings passed down through millennium, how the power of unity within governs manifestation without, but this new monotheism proceeded to extract, destroy, and murder everyone or anything which adhered to the original teachings.

Gone was the Library of Alexandria, burned to the ground, and in my mind this is the single most tragic event in the history of mankind, its own “false flag”, the Reichstag of its time. As the Roman Empire grew and conquered every culture all around the Mediterranean, the Talmud and Levitical Law evolved into Ecclesiastical Law and Rome was revered as the greatest Nation ever to emerge, a model for the future which is still in force to this day. This is where the original trusts were set up and where you were declared property of Rome. The last remnants of the Gnostic teachings were driven high into the mountains of Tibet and held scattered in the hearts of a few, who practiced righteousness (the right use of energy) in secret, while the true history of planet earth was hidden in the bowels of the Vatican. One of these rogue groups who held the ancient gnistic teachings were the Essenes of Qumran and Mount Carmel.

And so did the elite power mongers practice their occult energetic astral rituals in secret societies, never telling their slaves what their agenda was or how they intended to execute it. As divisiveness and war became the secret rule of these elite, they created religions, governments, Laws, rules, regulations, codes, edicts, and trusts, and set out to pit each of the groups against each other, and war became their main tool. The energy of unity was summarily severed.

As the elite monastic family bloodline expanded across Europe, Civil Common Law of the Land emerged as well as Admiralty, the law of the Sea. All Laws came into being to protect the interests of the kings and monarchs, and to subjugate the masses and sever them from any of the earth’s natural resources. The process of tyranny has been ongoing and progressive, as well as the opposite preservation of sovereignty and the ancient teachings, pushing back against tyranny and remaining intact.

Once the 20th century fully emerged, with the industrial revolution, with Newtonian physics and the rise of Nation States, the “Two Worlds” were complete and separate. The Real World and the World of Fiction are very similar, carry similar names and archetypes, similar structures and similar references, yet they are very different. They were designed so that you could hardly tell them apart and would “think” there is only one world, and now we are lifting the veil to show both worlds and what makes them different:

Fiction........................................... Real
Public............................................ Private
Slave............................................. Sovereign
Person............................................ Human soul
Corporation....................................... Trust
Legal............................................. Lawful
De Facto.........................................De Jure
Debt/Fiat........................................Land, Precious Metals, Natural Resources

Santos Bonacci, The Law of Sovereigns, does a great job starting in Rome and explaining the Cestui Que Vie Trusts and how the spell of the elite is in our very DNA: Each part runs under 15 minutes for a total of about an hour for all five parts.

Part 1http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNkvWvv-Dew
Part 2http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L04zhSO0Oy4
Part 3http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNSk08Vry6c
Part 4http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYwqSDx_nnQ
Part 5http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6U4HWEDKyIo

Jordan Maxwell, one of the early fathers of the truth in this century, on the Birth Certificate:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1YCvvSwIgM

Frank O’Collin’s, Ucadia is a very good resource:

http://www.ucadia.com/

America was one of the last great hopes for freedom and liberty, and it was the indigenous Indians who taught the colonists about their Matriarchal traditions, and helped draft the original Articles of the Confederation. There were those who believed in self determination, as well as those who were still agents to the Crown. Some say that America failed at its opportunity to be free from the tyranny of the previous millenniums, even though we have had a taste of that freedom, and we have acquiesced to tyranny.

Being sovereign is a total shift in consciousness, not a return to that time in the 1700’s when our ancestors braved the oceans to come here, longing for freedom, and drafted a plan for that freedom under the Rule of Law. Yes, we have a memory, a catalyst, a Beta test of what it would be like, but we have now, for the first time, the real opportunity to embrace what it means to be self realized.

It goes back to Egypt and the Gnostic teachings, with both hemispheres of the brain engaged and in balance, as well as the central column with all the energetic chakras involved, the yin and the yang, the positive and negative, the Masculine and Feminine, the patriarch and the matriarch. We are ushering in a new paradigm built on the collective dream of holding the fullness of all that is, in a body. Ascension is not to leave the body and go to a higher place, it is bringing the fullness of spirit in to inhabit this earth and this temple we call the body.

Standing in your own power, with what is real and not fiction, private and not public, sovereign and not slave, a human with a soul and not a person, trusting and not corporate, lawful and not legal, de jure and not de facto, earths bounty and not debt indentured fiat, is a total transformation of one’s being as well as doing, both within one’s vertical and one’s horizontal energetic alignment.

The rabbit hole is huge and goes many directions, but it is worth it. Let this thread explore all of the aspects on both sides of the veil, and let the veil be lifted so that we can stand against tyranny, stand sovereign and not enter into the tyrannical tribunals of the inquisition, the courts of indentured surety to a bankrupt idea, and move away from all things binding and bonding while we get our sea legs back, and become the captain’s of our own ship, never to mix the two worlds and acquiesce again.

We can steer this ship into the waters of the calm ocean of life, no one else is going to do it for us. WE are the ones we have been waiting for, and WE are the change we want to see in the world.

Lost N Found
7th May 2012, 20:03
Thank you Grip for starting this thread. I will not go into what you have already given which is outstanding for folks to puruse however, I will add a few more places for folks to dig at. These will get folks to looking down some more rabbit holes, not that we need to but here are some really great places to dig into, www.constitution.org, www.supremelaw.org, www.freedomforallseasons.org and www.famguardian.org These will bring you through the past and up to date.

Gripreaper has given us all a start and I look forward to the energy of others to give and meld this together. Grip is so right that WE are the ones that have to make this change.

Thank you, peace be with you

nearing
7th May 2012, 20:40
A good look at our true history, thanks.

But we are in the 'ascending' Bronze age now - all of this duality and control will slowly fall away as we go nearer and nearer BACK up to the Silver then Golden ages.

TPTW cannot stop it - they are like rats backed into a corner. :-)

Mozart
7th May 2012, 20:54
Hey Grip,


I've been looking forward to this thread for some time, too, so I appreciate that you started it! It's really important for us to learn the intricacies of the different worlds of Law and legal crap.


Thank you for starting this thread. With your help, many people in Avalon will start to get a good 'Grip' on starting to understand this crazy system of 'laws', right? ... :whistle:


~Mozart

Ishtar
7th May 2012, 22:29
Excellent thread, gripreaper! Agree with just about every word of the OP.

What I could add, though, is that our ancestors naturally had a balance between the right and left hemispheres of the brain because they practised techniques of communing with intra-dimensional entities that we today call spirits. They were essentially shamanic. It was their birthright, and it is ours too. The shamanic practices of the tens of thousands of years ago eventually morphed into the Mystery teachings of Egypt, Greece, India and Babylon until, as gripreaper says, the Library of Alexandria and the Mystery Groves were destroyed by the Roman Empire in establishing a new religion across the vast empire of Constantine.

An interesting nugget here is that Socrates and Plato were both Mystery initiates and thus were in touch with the spirits for guidance and information. However, Plato didn't initiate Artistotle, and for that reason there is almost a cognitive firewall between the Natural Philosophy and alchemy practised in Plato's time, which had a much more mystical bias, and the much drier science of Aristotle which was based on a more dialetical or logical approach. Logic is fine, but it only goes so far....

Anyway, thank you, Gripreaper, and I shall enjoy dipping into this thread as it evolves.

Mozart
7th May 2012, 22:39
Hey Grip,


I'm about to start my editing on the transcript of the Shrout / Wilcock interview right now, so I'm wondering if you'd like to comment on that interview?


That interview covered the Admiralty system of 'laws'. I use the quotes around 'laws', 'cause they really are not laws -- they are administrative rules that govern legal-fiction entities.


Here's the url for the interview...

http://www.divinecosmos.com/start-here/davids-blog/1051-g7banks

...and scroll down the page until you see the "TIME TO TALK TO AN EXPERT" headline and the link to the interview is there.


Also, Grip, you said:



Santos Bonacci, The Law of Sovereigns, does a great job starting in Rome and explaining the Cestui Que Vie Trusts and how the spell of the elite is in our very DNA: Each part runs under 15 minutes for a total of about an hour for all five parts.



<sigh> This eff'n near-deafness is so frustrating for me. I can't do videos, nor audios, although I can see the visuals in the vids and hear the sounds ok, but its understanding the spoken words that I totally trip up over.


I've searched for Bonacci and transcripts of his apparently awesome information in his videos and speeches, but, sheesh, I cannot yet find any and I gotta focus on my Shrout 'script right now, though. If anyone finds any fully-written-out articles by Bonacci, I'd sure appreciate them.


~Mozart

crossroader
7th May 2012, 23:06
Poetically, these lyrics express a lot related to what gripreaper has written here and have touched me strongly from the moment I heard them. When I start falling into the fear porn and back into the matrix I remember the lines in bold.

Bruce Cockburn — A Dream Like Mine

(CHORUS)
When you've got a dream like mine
Nobody can take you down
When you've got a dream like mine
Nobody can push you around
Today I dream of how it used to be
Things were different before
The picture shifts to how it's going to be
Balance restored

When you know even for a moment
That it's your time
Then you can walk with the power
Of a thousand generations

Beautiful rocks -- beautiful grass
Beautiful soil where they both combine
Beautiful river -- covering sky
Never thought of possession, but all this was mine

When you know even for a moment
That it's your time
Then you can walk with the power
Of a thousand generations

Ishtar
7th May 2012, 23:13
What also might be worth adding in to your timeline, Gripreaper, is the two experiments of a non-debt based currency.

In the 700s CE in England, the purveyors of this debt-based currency were the goldsmiths and they ruled this country by controlling the public money supply, by ‘smithing’ or minting a debt-based currency of gold coins with which to flood the market when it suited them, and then calling it all in again whenever they felt like it, by hiking up interest rates. So before the reign of Henry I, this country lurched from boom to bust at the whim of the goldsmiths’ debt-based currency.

In the 12th century, Henry I changed all that by kicking out the goldsmiths and introducing a new system of currency which was not debt-based, and known as tallysticks. Tallysticks were just that ~ polished wooden sticks ~ and people used them for trading.

Money doesn’t grow on trees? It did then.

And now because England no longer had a debt-based currency, the nation boomed, just as Rome had boomed until Julius Caesar introduced a debt-based currency.

England flourished under the currency of the tallysticks and it became one of the richest, most enterprising and most successful place on Earth for many centuries. Henry 1 also decentralised political power by creating the Charter of Liberties, and later on the Magna Carta came into being. This led to the first merchant class, and trade routes and thriving market towns built along them.

But unfortunately, the goldsmiths were not going to give up that easy and, unlike us who just lurch from day to day, they play a very long game. So in the 17th century, they found a way back into power in England through the back door and their puppet Oliver Cromwell, who beheaded our King, Charles 1st, and helped the goldsmiths to create the first Bank of England and we were then returned to a debt-based currency and have suffered under its grasp ever since.

You can even hear the goldsmiths' song ringing out in the church bells across their personal fiefdom, the City of London.

Oranges and lemons,
Say the bells of St. Clement’s.

You owe me five farthings,
Say the bells of St. Martin’s.

When will you pay me?
Say the bells of Old Bailey.

When I grow rich,
Say the bells of Shoreditch.

When will that be?
Say the bells of Stepney.

I do not know,
Says the great bell of Bow.

Here comes a candle to light you to bed,
And here comes a chopper to chop off your head!

Chip chop, chip chop
The last man’s dead!

Mozart
8th May 2012, 00:02
Grip,


Many people will surely go to this site...'

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Admiralty_law

... more than any other site out there when they start out in their initial foray into the rabbit hole of Admiralty 'laws'.


Which parts of this particular information here in Wiki is BS and which are accurate, Gripreaper?


And I agree with eyeswideopen in his post #2 in this thread that the list of sites that he listed are excellent ones, so those are worth exploring, for sure, but the main point of this post is that it's a safe bet that most people would first go to the Wiki site before going any deeper into the Admiralty rabbit hole, hence my question about the Wiki site.


~Mozart

Ernie Nemeth
8th May 2012, 00:12
There is so much misleading info out there on this topic, I've had to give it up. I've stored pertinent info in my brain in case I ever get into a fix with the law and that's about it.

Two people come to mind on this topic:
Lord Sidious
King Anthony

The Lord has been kicked out, so I never got to follow up on his take.
And Anthony is so criptic I cannot make heads or tails out of his stuff.

I have a notebook full of notes on this topic for a rainy day.
I know the fundamentals.
There just does not really seem to be a viable method of implementing the whole sovereign thingie without jail time, harrasment and possible broken bones.

The best I'll be able to do is short circuit any direct involvement with a legal entity if ever that comes about.
But, being open-minded, I'll try and follow this thread as it develops.
Thanks Gripreaper

Mozart
8th May 2012, 02:38
I have a notebook full of notes on this topic for a rainy day.
I know the fundamentals.

There just does not really seem to be a viable method of implementing the whole sovereign thingie without jail time, harrasment and possible broken bones.




Ernie ~


My path along the way in sovereignty is very similar. I've tried the "sovereign thingy" that had resulted in jail time and severe bruises, but no broken bones. I once had five eff'n cops jump all over my ass in a jail. It was then that I utterly, totally understood the feeling and meaning of the word "hatred" that I felt towards these cops.


And what was my "crime" inside the jail? Talking about the goddamn Constitution! Eff'n-A!


My anger and rage at those goddamn cops still burns very strongly inside of me, so I have to find a way to release that damn anger and just let it go, but I cannot do so until we find a way to totally stop these goddamn Admiralty bastards cold.


If it weren't for the Law of Karma, the approaching Golden Age and the ascension coming up, I'd have gone ahead with my once-held-but-now-discarded plans of painting half of my face blue and go on the warpath, literally. I won't say anything more than this. I totally understand how people in the Third World countries would feel towards their oppressor tyrants. Totally.


May God help us all.


~Mozart

RMorgan
8th May 2012, 03:00
Hey Mozart,

I don´t want to derail the thread, but try to affoid using the term "third world country".

It´s such an old term and, in my opinion, offensive, at least for me, who live in Brazil, which supposedly is one of these countries.

You would be very surprised if you came here and actually checked out how nice it is to live here. I wouldn´t move to a "first world country" at all, specially with all these crisis just around the corner.

In my opinion, this whole "third world" thing is pure propaganda, to make people, specially North-Americans, think their country is the heaven on Earth, just like they used to say that communists loved to eat little children.

If hell brakes lose up there, be sure that you´ll be welcomed here in my country, which is also in America, and in the same good old world than yours! :)

I don´t want to sound bitchy... I just thought I should clarify this subject.

Cheers,

Raf.

gripreaper
8th May 2012, 03:03
I have a notebook full of notes on this topic for a rainy day.
I know the fundamentals.
There just does not really seem to be a viable method of implementing the whole sovereign thingie without jail time, harassment and possible broken bones.

Then you certainly don't want to see my office. I've several spiral notebooks full of notes, but my computer "bookmarks" could choke a bull with the number of folders with each about 200 links in them. I have spent time collating this information, but it is so vast, it's difficult to categorize.

I've also got a complete foreclosure case which has never been tried in a court of law, which challenges jurisdiction, both venue and subject matter, invokes title 42, challenges the funds origination, who the creditor is, how they are injured, what consideration did they provide, are they actually the holder in due course, when and how did they turn it into a security and unjustly enrich themselves, how the securitization broke the chain of title and rendered the asset unsecured, how the note was separated from the deed of trust, and how many times did they get paid by the insurance and bailouts, and what gives them agency to foreclose.

The lower district courts could care less, and the few cases that ever make it to the appellate level, the homeowners are so worn out and beat up, it's a wonder they are still in the fight. This is the greatest travesty, with 25% homeowners currently underwater but current on their payments, and 25% in distress and foreclosure, we have a huge portion of our people displaced and unable to put up any kind of resistance to any kind of problems we might face.

I know I'm already drifting off topic, but if we are ever to band together in our communities and create co-operatives to decentralize power, we need to have our power which comes from the land, at least on a survival level.

Mozart
8th May 2012, 03:19
I don´t want to derail the thread, but try to affoid using the term "third world country".

It´s such an old term and, in my opinion, offensive, at least for me, who live in Brazil, which supposedly is one of these countries.




Raf ~


Oh, thank you very much for clarifying this and please forgive me for using that term "Third World" country. Is there a term that's acceptable to you and your peers in Brazil and other countries?


And I suppose these "First World" and "Third World" terms are now passe.


And I don't want to derail the thread, either, but I did want to put it out there that I have no intention of disrespecting any group of sincere people anywhere ... but the dark bastard elites? I'll disrespect them anytime, any day.


~Mozart

Ishtar
8th May 2012, 09:36
Mozart, I think the term being used now is "Developing Countries", but even then, that's way out of date because they will very soon be shooting ahead of us.

Perhaps we should invent a new term here?

RMorgan
8th May 2012, 14:11
Hey Mozart,

No worries mate! As I´ve said, I´m not mad with you, I was just trying to clarify things.

Well, I don´t like this labeling thing, but if we consider today´s economic scenario, I believe "developing countries" is a very general term that fits the situation well, somehow.

The word "developing" might have several meanings and interpretations, but it can be a good thing.

For example, Brazil is the 6° larger economy of the world (the UK is the 7°, if I remember correctly), so economically, it can be considered a well developed country.

However, we have so much to develop in terms of public services, like education, security, healthcare and these sorts of things.

Since we are not yet developed in several aspects, it might be a good thing, because we can make a fresh start, instead of destroying one system to create another, and we can learn from our neighbors mistakes.

This labeling things is so relative...For example, the USA used to be one of the most noble countries in the world. Your founding fathers were extremely intelligent and noble men and I admire it so much.

The idea behind the USA is absolutely beautiful!

However, if the current status of the USA can be consider development, I´d rather if Brazil stays undeveloped for the rest of my life.

Cheers,

Raf.

Lost N Found
8th May 2012, 14:17
There is so much misleading info out there on this topic, I've had to give it up. I've stored pertinent info in my brain in case I ever get into a fix with the law and that's about it.

Two people come to mind on this topic:
Lord Sidious
King Anthony

The Lord has been kicked out, so I never got to follow up on his take.
And Anthony is so criptic I cannot make heads or tails out of his stuff.

I have a notebook full of notes on this topic for a rainy day.
I know the fundamentals.
There just does not really seem to be a viable method of implementing the whole sovereign thingie without jail time, harrasment and possible broken bones.

The best I'll be able to do is short circuit any direct involvement with a legal entity if ever that comes about.
But, being open-minded, I'll try and follow this thread as it develops.
Thanks Gripreaper


Ernie, sounds like you have been down all those rabbit holes that either lead to a dead end or have so much that one can never see an end. That can be so frustrating and I simpathize with you about just shelving things and using stuff that is useful in life now. I found myself in that same place and tend to research only pertinent things that help with what is going on with me. I do believe that when I reached that point, things sort of became easier, because I was able to focus on the important stuff.

Thank you peace be with you

Ernie Nemeth
8th May 2012, 14:19
My daughter is in love with Brazil - and a Brazilian. They went to visit Brazil recently. She thought it was most beautiful. She never considered it "third world" or even "developing". She thought it was a better place to live than here, in Canada. Of course, she's lived her entire life in Toronto. And there is so much more to Canada than Toronto.

tenacity1
8th May 2012, 14:24
Look folks. I totally understand folks needs to explore and learn. Totally understand and appreciate the info shared etc. Yet, what gets me about America at this time is this one thought.. Why is it that good folks would rather look for what they differ on than what they have in common? For me the Indigenous prophecies are all I need. May be because I am part Cherokee. Drake is trying to give out information as to how some are fighting against the powers of Darkness. If we are good people here, if we are fair and kind, we would give him a fair hearing without cynicism. I simply won't engage with fear and digging.. I have dug for 20 years and am comfortable with my knowledge base. I'll do my digging in the garden. It's far more productive for me. That is not to say you are not totally welcome to do what you wish as well. I am not criticizing as much as offering another perspective. I get that my perspective is not appreciated not even noticed.That's fine.. that's no skin off my nose. I hold no animosity nor ill will towards anyone. I've always wanted all peoples to find ways to bridge the gaps of misunderstanding. I still want that more than anything else in the world other than my return to full health.. it is my most fervent hope.All I am asking is that you listen to ALL of the Drake info read all the info on Freedom Reigns site and try to be fair. That's all I ask.

Lost N Found
8th May 2012, 14:30
Well I hope this will fit in the thread, it is some more history. Don't know how many may have been here but did find it useful. Try this,
www.barefootsworld.net/real13th.html This will give you a look at the real/original 13th amendment.

Thank you peace be with you

Lost N Found
8th May 2012, 15:19
Look folks. I totally understand folks needs to explore and learn. Totally understand and appreciate the info shared etc. Yet, what gets me about America at this time is this one thought.. Why is it that good folks would rather look for what they differ on than what they have in common? For me the Indigenous prophecies are all I need. May be because I am part Cherokee. Drake is trying to give out information as to how some are fighting against the powers of Darkness. If we are good people here, if we are fair and kind, we would give him a fair hearing without cynicism. I simply won't engage with fear and digging.. I have dug for 20 years and am comfortable with my knowledge base. I'll do my digging in the garden. It's far more productive for me. That is not to say you are not totally welcome to do what you wish as well. I am not criticizing as much as offering another perspective. I get that my perspective is not appreciated not even noticed.That's fine.. that's no skin off my nose. I hold no animosity nor ill will towards anyone. I've always wanted all peoples to find ways to bridge the gaps of misunderstanding. I still want that more than anything else in the world other than my return to full health.. it is my most fervent hope.All I am asking is that you listen to ALL of the Drake info read all the info on Freedom Reigns site and try to be fair. That's all I ask.


Tenacity1, I find a common thread with you and what you say. I sincerely thank you for these words.

Hervé
8th May 2012, 15:38
Anything of interest in Marie Croft's "HOW I CLOBBERED EVERY BUREAUCRATIC CASH-CONFISCATORY AGENCY KNOWN TO MAN" in forwarding sovereignty?

http://www.hackcanada.com/canadian/freedom/mary_croft.pdf

Mozart
11th May 2012, 23:09
.

Grip ~


I had these questions in my mind as soon as your post appeared, so now I'm finally getting around to type them in.


I have long thought that the three fatal flaws -- the Achilles Heels -- of the admiralty system of 'laws' are:

1) The dependence of the use of THEIR currency, specifically the Federal Reserve Notes, as well as notes in other major central banks in the G7 nations.

2) The reliance of of having contracts -- hidden, or not -- with the people who have been reduced to mere corporate personhood; none of these contracts satisfy the four requirements of a real contract.

3) The fact that admiralty is a de facto, color-of-law system of 'laws' that is enforced by brute power (military, cops, SWAT teams, etc) and greased by their own fiat money, rather than being de jure in Common Law, so it's operating under false pretenses.


Are those three fatal flaws correct? No doubt that there are more fatal flaws of this damn system.


~Mozart

gripreaper
23rd February 2015, 07:33
1913 to 1921 (exact date unknown): Colonel Edward Mandel House to Woodrow Wilson found in Wilson’s personal diary/logs


“Very soon, every American will be required to register their biological property (that's you and your children) in a national system designed to keep track of the people and that will operate under the ancient system of pledging. By such methodology, we can compel people to submit to our agenda, which will affect our security as a charge back for our fiat paper currency. Every American will be forced to register or suffer being able to work and earn a living. They will be our chattels (property) and we will hold the security interest over them forever, by operation of the law merchant under the scheme of secured transactions. Americans, by unknowingly or unwittingly delivering the bills of lading (Birth Certificate) to us will be rendered bankrupt and insolvent, secured by their pledges. They will be stripped of their rights and given a commercial value designed to make us a profit and they will be none the wiser, for not one man in a million could ever figure our plans and, if by accident one or two should figure it out, we have in our arsenal plausible deniability. After all, this is the only logical way to fund government, by floating liens and debts to the registrants in the form of benefits and privileges. This will inevitably reap us huge profits beyond our wildest expectations and leave every American a contributor to this fraud, which we will call "Social Insurance." Without realizing it, every American will unknowingly be our servant, however begrudgingly. The people will become helpless and without any hope for their redemption and we will employ the high office (presidency) of our dummy corporation (USA) to foment this plot against America."

Anyone aware of Kurt Kallenbach?

https://trustandcontract.wordpress.com/

genevieve
23rd February 2015, 17:19
Grip--

Yes, I've paid some attention to Kallenbach, probably not enough, and enjoy his work, some of which (the phi ratio stuff) is way over my head.

Are you aware of Anna von Reitz? If so, what's your general take on her? If not, you might be interested to check her out:

http://www.annavonreitz.com/finaljud...haddendums.pdf
Read lines 1789-1871 for a summary.
Then you might read from line 277 to the end.
Lines 1-276 are the actual Final Judgment.

http://annavonreitz.com/
This link will take you to most of her articles.


Peace Love Joy & Harmony,
genevieve

gripreaper
25th February 2015, 07:35
Ok, stream of consciousness and what is collating in my being.

If you go into a bookstore and buy a book and the cashier gives you a receipt, and you place the receipt in the book and walk out with your friend, and you get to the door and ask your friend to hold your book for you while you put your coat on, whose book is it? If the cops come into the store and ask for proof of the owner of the book, your friend could show them the receipt while he holds the book in his hand, and the cops are going to make the presumption that the book belongs to your friend.

Now, you trusted your friend to hold your book for you while you put your coat on, so in essence, you created a constructive trust. While you are the owner of the property, which is the book, the fiduciary responsibility of holding the book until you ask for it back, makes your friend the trustee. YOU appointed him as trustee and he accepted that position. Once you have your coat on and you ask for the book back, and he hands it back to you, then the constructive trust you created is collapsed.

The receipt is the certificate of title to the book, yet it is not the book itself. It is evidence of the ownership of the book, but not evidence of possession. It is a certificate which evidences the existence of the book, the transfer of title from the bookstore to you. Whoever holds the book, in this case, is either the owner or the trustee. If you want your book back, you need to ask for it.

This is as simple a metaphor for a trust that I can come up with. The same thing happens when you are born. A receipt (certificate) is generated when the book (you) is transferred from the mother to the state, in trust. The mother is asking the state to hold an interest in the child, in trust, while she holds possession. This is the sleight of hand which occurs. The mother retains equitable title, while the state holds legal title. All decisions as to the disposition of the property are administered by the trustee, the legal guardian of the estate, which is the state.

Now, when you do not ask for the book back once you have put your coat on(wake up), the trustee assumes the estate (testate) is abandoned, and therefore the trustee probates the estate for the benefit of the unknown heir (beneficiary). Since the heir to the estate cannot be found, the state (trustee) must provide for the well being of the abandoned child, for its care and its upbringing, so that this child can be a productive member of the collective society.

Now, the person, legal entity which has possession of the equitable title must act as surety for the bond which is generated for the care of the abandoned property. A line of credit, which can be drawn upon by the trustee of the constructive trust, is available for this care. The signature of the equitable title holder, the surety for the bond and the subsequent line of credit, gives the trustee access to the line of credit. The equitable title holder becomes the liable party for the performance of the bond.

The constructive trust determines how the equity will be distributed and under what terms. If the surety (bond) breaches the regulations promulgated by the trustee’s, the trustee must hold the bond as a security, which can then be sold (salvaged) on the open market and derivatives can be bought as insurance against the bond. This protects the trustee’s from any inconsistencies in the performance of the bond as surety for the line of credit.

No one messes with commerce or the line of credit, or else the whole scheme collapses. If you reclaim legal title to the property, the constructive trust collapses. This is why the whole system is hidden and why anyone who attempts to reclaim legal title to the property and step out of the equitable position as surety, and claim the rightful heir to the estate, as a living soul, not abandoned, gets such crap from the trustee’s.

But, it is the only way to claim dominion and your inheritance of eternal life and collapse the trust.

genevieve
25th February 2015, 19:16
Great explanation, Grip!

Thank you.

Peace Love Joy & Harmony,
genevieve