Mobinem, take a look at any seal of a governmental body such as Homeland Security...full of Masonic imagery...and as you have pointed out previously,Message 1 of 5 , May 30, 2007View SourceMobinem, take a look at "any" seal of a governmental body such as
Homeland Security...full of Masonic imagery...and as you have pointed
out previously, almost all of the founding fathers were attorneys. Why would you care about what their seals looked like?
George Washington claimed the "seal" is what proved he was sovereign. Reason enough to care. Attorneys back then were not the same as lawyers today.
You are given a huge clue about seals from your own secretary of state in her direction of issuance of a seal for a notary. The who, what and where on the seal is a big deal. Why? Because when you seal a document with that information,
does it not place you in that realm?
It is a big deal, but as a sovereign and real you cannot be placed in fiction. The point you are missing is as a sovereign you can not go into fiction. The reason they take you into fiction now is you are under a fiction's seal if you don't have your own. Everyone is under a seal, if it is a fiction's seal then they are in fiction.
What are we all battling...
It is not a battle, it is educating. Again, that is the fictions programing. The Father's Son did not battle, he taught. They want us to battle, he wants us to teach. Bring them into our side, let us not go to theirs. Those that have been to battle know that both sides always have loses. Those that have taught, know that both sides always learn. They are not our enemy, they are just ignorant slaves. Do you want to punish stupid people or free slaves from evil masters. I have done both in the most extreme of situations, so it is easy for me to decide which I am committed too. It is a good sign the decision is harder for you.
the PRESUMPTION of who, what and where we are...in the fictional realm. When
you place a seal on a document that places you elsewhere from that
realm, then does that not speak loud and clear as a testament to the truth.
A fiction's presumption does not matter. I doubt the Emperor of Japan cares what Sir Bush thinks of his seal. And since he has a seal, Sir Bush can not drag him into the UNITED STATES fiction. With a seal, you are legally equal to the Emperor of Japan and Sir Bush can not drag you into his fiction either.
The point you are missing is a simple but legal definition. A great Seal is evidence of government authority or sovereign. All King's have seals, all sovereigns are Kings, therefore, to claim to be a sovereign without a seal is insane. There is nowhere (that I have found) a definition of requirements for seal, only what a seal defines. Seals can be in the realm of real or fiction. Again, since everyone operates under a seal it depends on where that seal operates. If you operate under the seal on your birth certificate you are in fiction. If you operate under your seal, provided you are real, which you seem to be, you are in realty.John-Chester: Stuart: sovereign without subjects
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Hello everyone, Seals have been around for so long that they are really common place. In the days of old they sealed documents with wax and then an impressionMessage 1 of 5 , Jun 6, 2007View SourceHello everyone,Seals have been around for so long that they are really common place. In the days of old they sealed documents with wax and then an impression of their particular seal. This identified the message as being real from the sender who marked the document or placed it under seal. When we sign documents or send letters that we sign, this is a form of putting them under seal by signature alone, since we have all trusted the US Mail to not open our SEALED letters, i.e. " did you seal your envelope?"Taking it forward to show the use today of seals, each corporation has a seal to identify its place of origin and to endorse the documents issued out by that corporation, are real. Corporations talk through the board of directors and issue out what is called a resolution, when the board of directors has elected to act in/on/or about corporate business. When you file a document at the clerks office they place a stamp showing the date, time, and where filed on your document, this also is a seal to identify that it is original and is a true document delivered to them for whatever action required thereof.Each Corporation has "by-laws" in which it operates under. These are the rules and regulations of the corporation to conduct business under, whether that be municipal, state, or Federal, County, or private sector. You and I know them as USC(United States Codes), IRC(Internal Revenue Codes), CRS(Colorado Revised Statues), i.e. "By Laws of XYZ Corporation, etc. Since corporations are artificial entities, they have to have some guide lines as to how they intend to operate, or there would be chaos. When these artificial entities are outside their intended "By-Laws", we challenge their jurisdiction. After all we are not subjects to their corporations unless we actually are a part of that structure and work for that Corporation, or derive a benefit from, or live thereon corporation property.Clan Seals where used to identify who was who and in what part of the land they had jurisdiction. Each person who was within the clan knew where they were based and just where their borders of property of the clan were. Beyond the those borders the Clan had very little influence, so the clan leaders would form a group, which is similar to today's business associations. This allows the Clans (today's corporations), to amass power to influence all those businesses and people under their rule. Do you see the similarity between this and today's current government structure?As a sheeple in today's society, my personal seal only has influence over those I govern i.e. wife and children. Now we all know that the wife co-rules our little kingdom, right?Scott WilliamsDenver, Colorado