Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Christmas tree.

An evergreen Christmas Tree, decorated lavishly with ornaments, tinsel, and lights, is one of the most popular and prevailing image of Christmas. There are various legends about how the tree represents the enduring message of Christ, but in actual fact, as with many of the accepted and generally unquestioned traditions of Christianity, this too was lifted from the already existing Pagan customs and conveniently incorporated as an integral religious symbol.

It was customary for the Pagans in the Northern Hemisphere to celebrate the Winter Solstice. This is the shortest day and longest night of the year, generally falling on 21 or 22 December, and the Pagans believed it to be the turning point at which the Sun God began to recover once more from the sickness that had plagued him in the earlier months and which had brought Winter to the land. Such an event, of course, had to be celebrated, and the celebrations were marked with decorations of evergreens like pine, spruce and fir being put up over doors and windows - the evergreens had admirably withstood the onslaught of winter unlike other plants, and so hopefully were capable of withstanding and warding off any attentions from unwanted elements like witches, evil spirits and so on. This was one reason for so honoring them, and, secondly, their greenery symbolized the other plants/crops/means of livelihood that would, thanks to the recovering Sun God, soon spring back to life, and make overall existence easier for everyone.

This was the general philosophy that was followed by the Celts, the Goths, the Vikings, the Early Romans and the Egyptians, amongst others of the Ancient World. The Egyptians, worshippers of the Sun God Ra, of course used the more easily available green Palm leaves instead of pines. The Romans had a really grand celebration known as the Saturnalia, where the entire city turned out to pay homage to their God of Agriculture, Saturn, and have a generally riotious time. All Roman houses and temples were decorated with evergreen boughs during Saturnalia.

Later on, as mentioned, the Christians adopted the custom. From being a pagan symbol of everlasting life, the Christmas tree went on to become the symbol of the Trinity.

But the tradition of a decorated Christmas Tree as we know it now is considered to have been started in the 16th century by the Protestant Reformer Priest, Martin Luther. Apparently, on one of his nightly walks, he had stopped to admire the sight of stars shining brightly through the branches of the towering evergreens between the evergreens and thought his family should share in the wonder of the sight. So, instead of logically summoning them outside, he later had a tree cut and brought indoors, where he attempted to recreate the effect by fixing candles in candle-holders on its branches. This was the start of having indoor Christmas trees.

Much later, when many of the Protestant followers of Martin Luther migrated to Pennsylvania, they brought the tradition of the Christmas tree to America.

It didn't gain wide-spread hold in America right away though. The Puritans, suspicious as always and rightly in this case, wanted to have no truck with 'heathen customs' - this included a strong oposition to singing carols and anything that might remotely smack of enjoyment and 'desecrate' the holy event. Actually the Puritans were opposed to celebrating Christmas on 25th December too and even managed to get the General Court of Massachusetts pass a law that made it a penal offense - people could actually be arrested for singing or decorating their homes!

However as more and more new arrivals from Europe and the rest of the world came to settle in America, bringing with them their own notions of how Christmas ought to be celebrated, the Puritans gradually loosened up, and by the 1840s Christians were going to prisons for reasons that usually had little to do with religious fervor.

Meanwhile, in England, the Christmas Tree received official sanction, again with German influence, when the German-born Prince Albert, the husband of the very popular Queen Victoria, arranged for a family Christmas tree in 1846. With the Royals setting the fashion trend thus, the rest of the country was quick to follow suit.

The Christmas Tree soon became a common sight at Christmas, with the wealthy outdoing each other in setting up lavishly decorated, floor-to-ceiling Christmas trees. It was only a short step from here to start setting up the trees outside in public.

Initially things like apples, candies, nuts, pop corn, berries and home-made decorations were used to adorn the Christmas Tree, but these were later joined by specially made, beautifully crafted crystal ornaments, bells and, with the advent of electricity, with strings of twinkling lights. Even these decorations have by now come to gain a symbolic meaning in the Christian religion - the apples and crystal balls representing the fruit of redemption, the lights signaling the triumph of good over evil, the bells ringing in the joys of life, and the star or dove on top epitomizing the Holy Spirit.

But whatever the significance anyone wants to put on it, one thing is for sure - a Christmas tree certainly adds to the season's aura.

sidenote: also symbolic to shiva, the kundalini and it goes on and on.

Here's another breif summary: The symbolic meaning of Christmas trees originates in pagan culture where the evergreen represents life, rebirth, and stamina needed to endure the winter months. Scandinavian and Norse traditions honored the winter solstice (December 25) by decorating evergreens.  At this time fir trees were also burned to commemorate the life that stirs even in the most frigid grips of winter.  These traditions also marked the end of the old year and the beginning of a new year.
Pagan lore indicates the time between December 25 until about early-mid January are some of the coldest days of the year.  It was believed evil spirits were at their strongest during these months.  To thwart the nasties, evergreens were brought into the home as symbols of protection.  These evergreens were alight with candles, the idea here was to “light up” the darkest, coldest conditions and thereby shoo away naughty spirits.
 It wasn’t until about the nineteenth century that we find Christianity absorbing the bright, cheery symbolism of the Christmas tree.  The Christians had long held the fir as a symbol of the Tree of Life.  Early Christians knew their symbolism well, as they added candles and apples to their Christmas firs.  These candles represented the light of Christ.  The apples symbolized knowledge which spawned man’s original sin according to Christian belief.  Here we see the light of Christ absolving the “fall of man” within the immortal symbol of the Christmas tree.

Monday, November 29, 2010



The ancient Egyptians called their Pharaohs "N-G-R" (Net-ger) because the Egyptian Pharaoh was seen as a representation of the sun and the Sun God. The original Pharaohs who were pure Black Africans SAW BLACK SKIN AS SACRED AND A DIRECT BLESSING FROM THE SUN GOD, ATEN. In fact Blackness and black skin became associated with God and the sun. BLACK PEOPLE WERE POWERFUL, CULTURALLY ADVANCED, MILITARILY

The recognition of the Pharaoh as a living God and the black skin as a blessing spread worldwide
to other cultures. In fact the term "Net-ger" became the Ethiopian "Negus" or "Negashi."

In the Sudroid (Indo-Negroids of India) languages of India, which are part of the Cushite branch
of the African languages, the term "Naga" denotes original or first.
In fact, in ancient India, the people with the blackest skins were respected and held to igh esteem,
unlike today where the racist, colonialist and alien concept of "varna" or castecolor racism places
Sudroids, Indo-Negroids, Black Tribals, Dalits, Negro-Australoids and other BLACKS AT THE
The term "Ngola" (Angola) means "King" in the Angolan languages. This term was mistaken by
the Portugese to mean the DESCRIBE "Ndongo," the kingdom.

The first people to corrupt the term "N-G-R" were the Roman invaders of Egypt who may have
heard the term used to describe the
leader of Egypt or Nubia. The term "Niger" was later used to mean any Black/Negroid person
that the Romans saw in Africa or anywhere else.

The Romans tried to invade Nubia during the early years of the Christian Era. Then, Nubia-Kush
was ruled by a line of Queens called "Ka'andak'es (Candace). One such queen and her son
defeated the Roman army at Aswan, (see ) Egypt
and burned the Roman Fort.
The Romans colonized and spread the Latin language to Europe. Due to this linguistic influence,
the Latin term "Niger" became "Negre" in French and "Negro" in Spanish.

The English colonialists and slave entity borrowed the term "Negro" from the Spanish. The term
for Black people in England before Shakespeare was "Moor" or "Black-a-Moor." The English
slave owners degraded and defiled the entire name by turning the Negro into a slave and turning
the original term "Ned-ger" or "God" into the racist term "Nigger." One can say that they have
insulted the sacred name for "God" and have oppressed the original people created by God. This
phenomena is due to their own sense of inferiority.

N-G-R (net-ger) Ancient Egyptian for God
Net-tyr (Net-ger) Khemitic/ancient Egyptian = God, Sacred, Nature
Net-tyr (Net-ger)
Negus (Nee-goos) Ethiopian term for "Emperor."
Negashi (Nee-gah-shee) Ethiopian term for "Emperor or King."
Niger: Roman/Latin term for Black or Negro
Negre: French for Negro or Black
Negro: Spanish for Black
"Nigger" racist, corrupted term used to insult, degrade, enfuriate.
Nigga: (pronounced "nig-gah), used as a term of endearment by some youth; rejected by others

as sounding too close to the racist term "Nigger."
Netzer (as in Nazerine) Hebrew for "root, original)
Naga (South Indian and African term) (Black Negro tribes of India and Africa - Sudan to
Nigeria) = original

Nagaloka - The Black Negro, Negro-Australoid, Indo-Negroid/Sudroid
lands and people in Asia (India to Indonesia)
(see more from the book, "Nagaloka,' by M. Gopinath (Dalit Sahitya Akademy, Bangalore, India)

also see "A History of Racism and Terrorism, and Overcoming," at
Ndaba (Manding-Congo/South Africa) = A counsil of wise people, kings, chiefs, ect.
Ngola (Manding-C.. "King/Lord"
Nkosi = God (Zulu, South Africa)
Ngosi = blessing (Ibo, Nigeria)
Nyamekye = God's Gift (Akan, Ghana)

Nile (Egypt, Sacred River)
Niger (West Africa; Sacred River)
Niger (country in West Africa)
Nigeria (country in West Africa)
Nugarmatta: Term used by Africans of Ghana Empire to call themselves (see writings of Ibn
Buttata -- National Geographic Magazine

So this is the true story and origins of the "N" word.



Means "Serpent" in the Vedic Sanskrit. The Hindu Naga Serpent Gods of India are mention in
the "Upanishad Texts", Nagini for the feminine. Indian Serpent Ruler, son of Kadru (Kedar in
Hebrew means Black). In ancient India , the people with the blackest skins were respected and
held to high esteem; original, first or primary. The Nagas ruled India as well as a substantial
portion of Asia from Arabia to China and the South Pacific, as well as the Indian Ocean region.
There are a few definitions of the Naga but the origin is the Naga serpent, or the Naga's a race of
serpent like people from Hindu and Buddhist mythology. The word Naga comes from the
Sanskrit and nag is still the word for snake, especially the cobra, in most of the languages of
India . The Naga is referring to the people who have full access to the Kundalini energy.
Kundalini being a serpentine force, to be honored with being called a Naga is to be wise as the
serpent. Matthew 10:16 verse "Be ye therefore wise as Serpents, yet gentle as doves." Note that

the Snake (Serpent Spirit) has been a symbol of wisdom since the metaphysical story of Adam and Eve. It's the wise Serpent who offered them the fruit of knowledge. Also attach to the wise Nag serpent is eternal healing, mystery, magical power, and holiness throughout most of the ancient non-western world.

It's the represents the power of life death resurrection. It's used in everything from sex potions to
drugs to kill cancer, life and death. .Its poison can kill and used to heal, is shed its skin as a
symbol of resurrection. It's a symbol of all the four elements water, air, earth and fire. The wise
serpent lives in water and also in the earth, the poison is fire and the movement in "S" form is the
same way waves move across air. Its symbol is used today in medicine, and other healing
professions in the form of the Caduceus, and its live descendants are hailed as sacred and used in
everything from cancer drugs to sex potions. Other words related to the Naga or Nag:

Naga-raj: King of cobras
Naga-rjuna: A Baudha Saint
Nag-eena: Gem of Ring, Diamond, great
Nag-endra: Lord Shiva
Nag-esh: Lord Shiva, Lord of snakes
Nag-eshwar: Airawat, Sheshnaag
Nag-eshwaran: Lord Snake
Nag-mani: Lord Krishna, Snake's Gem
Nag-pal: Protector of Snakes
Nag-pati: Master of Snakes
Nag-raj: Sheshnaag, Snake king
Nag-ulan:Wi t t y
Nigerand Niger-ia: are two countries in Africa . The words " Niger " means in Ibo "King
(emperor)" and "Niger-ia" means "Queen (empress)."
Negro: is a Spanish word meaning "Black." Negro is closely connected to the word Necro, a
Greek word, which means "Dead." "Black" and "dead" is also derived from Naga the "Black
Serpent". In other languages such as Italian, northern dialects still use
Negher to refer to "black." Neger in Dutch and German had the same meaning. In the
Netherlands ,
Neger is generally not considered a slur, but in German the word has fallen out of use. Negrois

the preferred polite term for a black person, in contemporary Portuguese. In French,N èg re was the word generally used in the 19th century and earlier times to describe black persons of African origin, or, sometimes, African slaves. It now too is considered as a racist word, and the wordnoir (black) is always used instead.
Negger: "Golden One" in ancient Kemit. Negger is another form of the god "Geb also referred to

as Seb and Keb. This god was the personification of the earth, and indeed this is what his name
means earth, and thus it was said that when he laughed, it caused earthquakes. The feminine
version would be the goose that laid the golden egg reference to the universe being an egg before
the big bang. Also Mother Goose would be a way later version of Geb. Geb is prosperity because
of the association with fatness, and pregnancy, cosmic egg and so forth, the individual glyph
became used as the word for goose represented as a black goose, where black represented the
fertile soil and also the people of the land, The Negger's. It is also a termed for the King-Initiate
which keeps its connection to Naga the Serpent King/ Queen. Literally translated Arnold
Schwarzenegger (German) Schwarz = Black or Black-Negger.
Niger : is a masculine derivative of the ancient Kamite word
Ngu, which means Serpent King. It is a title of the Kamite King, Pharaoh or Priest.
Niger-ia is a feminine derivative of the ancient Kamite word Nga, (Naga) which means "Serpent

Queen." It is a title of the Egyptian Queen; this title was given to those who have mastered the
Uraeus power. When you see an Egyptian headdress which has a snake on the top of it, you are
looking a Uraeus crown. Seen in most hieroglyphs as an upright form of an spitting cobra, used
as a symbol of sovereignty, royalty, deity and divine authority in ancient Kemit. Uraeus is
obvious reference to the Kundalini energy.
Niger II: officially the Republic of Niger is a landlocked country in Western Africa, named after
the Niger River . It borders Nigeria and Benin to the south, Burkina Faso and Mali to the west,
Algeria and Libya to the north and Chad to the east. The capital city is Niamey .

Nigeria : (country in West Africa )
Ngosi: blessing ( Ibo , Nigeria )
Naga-saki: A Japanese city destroyed by an atomic bomb in 1945, by the U.S. and it means
"Serpent Spirit" or "Serpent Life-Force."
Nig-gina: is the Mesopotamian word for "Justice."
Nig-sisa: is the Mesopotamian word for "Righteousness."

Uru-niggina-kiagga: in Babylon means the "City which Loves Truth."
Uru-niggina-sisa: in Babylon means the "City of Truth and Justice."
Uru-nigerim-hulgig: in Babylon , means the "City which Hates Evil.
Ngola: (Manding-Congo) = "King/Lord"
Nega Negast: An Ethiopian word which, means Serpent King of Kings.
The Kebra Negast, also called the "Book of the Glory of Kings of Ethiopia," has been in
existence for at least a thousand years, it contains the true history of the origin of the Solomonic
line of kings in Ethiopia .
Negus (King) The Kebra Negast is often referred to as the Rastafarian Bible. It was handed down

from generation to generation orally, in Rastafarian and West Indian culture. It contains a mix of
the history and traditions of the Ethiopia Orthodox faith. It documents the descent of the
Ethiopian royal lineage from King David to Emperor Haile Selassie.
Nag Hammadi: is an ancient Aramaic and Hebrew scripture which means "The Serpent Black
Guide." Origin of the gospels and you can study them today if you research anything on
Nibiru: Sumerian, the Golden Light (Auric Halo). This golden light connected to the Lead to

gold you hear so much about in Alchemy which is an internal process. Those who call
themselvesNaga understood their royal connection and there mastery of the most advanced
transformation process on planet earth called alchemy. So much so they named themselves after
that fact.
Nibiru, to the Babylonians, was the celestial body associated with the god Murduke. The name

is Akkadian and also means "crossing place" or "place of transition", which is connected to the transformation of alchemy. In most Babylonian texts it is identified with the planet Jupiter. In 1976 Zecharia Sitchin wrote a book called The Twelfth Planet orNibiru by Sitchin and Eldem.
Nibiru in Sumerian tablets referred to an undiscovered 12th Planet or Planet X. Unlike the other

planets in our solar system,Nibiru allegedly has an elliptical orbit and moves clockwise rather
than counterclockwise.Nibiru's orbit passes through our solar system only once every 3,600
years, which is equal to oneNibiruan year. This controversial theory is based on Mr. Sitchin's
interpretation of ancient Sumerian texts and cuneiform tablets, having its origins in the Bible, the
book of Genesis. Sitchin has spent decades as an archeologist and historian researching ancient
writings from the Sumerian civilization and putting them into his five-part paperback series.
Ndaba: (Manding-Congo/South Africa) =A council of wise people, kings, chiefs.
Netjer: is the Medu origin of the word Nigger, which means "God", God of wisdom or force of

nature. Medu Netjer is also the origin of the word "Mother Nature."Netjer, a Kemetic word
meaning "divine power," is the one self- created deity which manifests in myriads of forms as the
many forms of god/goddess manifest in nature. Each of the aspects is separate, but each remains
a part of the whole. The word for divinity that they used to represent the sum of all the names of
the gods and goddesses is "NTR", pronounced "Net-jer", this word means simply means God.
Nergal: is "the Healer" in the Sumerian lore. In ancient Sumeria, the Anunnaki which are also

called Sun Serpents, The Heavenly Serpent, or The Serpent and the Rainbow, were the Serpents
kings. Take for instance the Naki in the word Anunnaki. As in one of the chief Sumerian gods
Enki, (connected to the Naki) "en" is translated as a title equivalent to lord; also a title given to

the High Priest; "ki" which means earth; (connected to Geb the black goose). Naki is also
connected "Nake" in s-NAKE) name for the Initiates of Chaldea, corresponding to the Nagas or
Shub-Niggar-uth: is an ancient Sumerian name for God, called later in Latin called Pan. It is a

reference to the constellation Sirius.Shub-Niggurath; often associated with the phrase "The
Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young". Also is sometimes referred to as "The Black
Ram of The Forest with a Thousand Ew." The Black Goat is a personification of Pan.
Nakiel: another name of the Arch-angel Uriel. Naki-el in Hebrew means "Serpent of God," or

"Knowledge of God," or" fire of God." In The Book of Adam and Eve he presides over
repentance. He's is the dark angel who wrestled with Jacob at Peniel (Pineal Gland). The Magus
claims that alchemy was brought down to earth by him.
Abe-Naki: "Father Serpent", a name of an Indigenous people in America or the so-called Native

Americans. TheAbenaki alsoWa b a n a k i, meaning people of the dawn, are a tribe of Native
Americans/First Nations belonging to the Algonquian peoples of the Northeast portion of North
America .
Nuga-rmar-taand Nago-mina: establishers of civilizations in Ghana and Mali that existed in
the area before 1000 B.C.E.
Naba: In the Mossi tribe King is currently called "Naga", which is "Naba," which later
developed into "Nuba" or "Nubia ."Nahsi is another word for "Nubian."
Nebo: the Babylonian word or the Biblical Hebrew word "Nebo." Hebrew-Assyrian word

"Nebo" means "Prophet" or "Eye" as in the "All-Seeing Eye." "Nebo orNabu" means prophet,
proclaimer. The Babylonian "Nebo" is the heavenly scribe. In Star Wars the Phantom Menace
the princess Padme Amidala home world was Naboo an obvious play on them being Babylonian.
Jar-Jar Binks is a "Gungun" The Gungans resemble Hadrosaurs, A type of dinosaur. This is a
representation of the reptilian Kundalini serpent life force. They lived under the water and the
Naboo live above ground. The gunguns are the primal life force and Amidala's people are the
transformed version of the, beauty and the beast. When she meets with their king she tells them
that they always lived together in peace and how they need each other to survive. Pointing out
the higher and lover self coming together.
Nakir: Is a black angel in Mohammedan lore.
Nabi: is the Arabic equivalent, which means "Master of Knowledge" and is derived from the
ancient Kama'atu (Egyptian) word " Neb. " meaning Gold. Neb (Serpent) spelt backwards is
"Ben," short for "Ben Ben," meaning Source, Spring or Phoenix-Bird or "Serpent in the Sky").
Naga-raj: means "King of Serpents, Serpent King." Nagaraj or Nagraj is a common Indian
Naga-bhushan: means "One who wears Snakes as ornaments of Shiva."
Nag-endra: means "King of Snakes." Means "lord of snakes" from Sanskrit Naga or again
snake. The Nag is combined with the "Endra," is the Hindu god Indra, used here to mean "lord".
This is a word used in Hindu texts to refer to a large snake.
Nag-esh: "Snake in Man," which is a reference to the Kundalini serpent force sleeping in the
garden at the base of your spine.
Naga Kanya: "Snake of the Rainbow." The Naga Kanya is a Seven-headed Cobra, a counterpart

of the God Vishnu. Naga-rjuna of India is shown with a golden aura, or halo, of Seven Serpents that is an indication of a very high degree of Initiation. The symbolism of the Seven Serpents is a reference to the (Seven Chakras).
Naga Lakshmi: "Queen of Snakes."
Naga-mani: "Mind of Serpents." Some of the earliest legends describe The Naga women who
turn from human to snake at will, aided by a jewel embedded in their forehead which is the
pineal gland or third eye. This is a myth, referencing the power of the rising Kundalini.
Nagal: "Serpent-God" and is the title of the medicine men, magicians and initiates in ancient
Mexico , Central and South American Indigenous civilizations.Nagal means a "Teacher,
Serpent-God, Chief", In Uruguay.
Naggai: is Hebrew and it means "giving light, shining, brilliant, illuminating, enlightening,
luminous intelligence.
Nachash: is Hebrew and means "Serpent." Nachash, is the serpent that spoke to the woman in

the Garden of Eden. The Hebrew wordNachash is translated to "shine" as in golden aura,
illumination of full Kundalini. Also means whisper (as in enchantment)Nachash is the Shining
enchanter. He was also shrewd, cunning, smooth, slick higher intelligence.
Nazarene:(Nasarene, Naaserene, Nazirite or Nazarite) is a Hebrew (Het-Heru) word which

means Aide, Helper or Friend; also means a native or resident of Nazareth .Na zirite orNa zarite The German word Nazi, the German fascist party controlled under Hitler in 1933 to 1945, is also derived from the Hebrew wordNa zi-r orNazi- rite.
Naas: (gnosis) and this is the realm of the People or those made from mud "Black mud"
Naga-Krita: (Chinese are from the Ngu-African descent), Chinese are even said to have
originated with the Serpent demi-gods. In China , the Naga is given the form of the Dragon, also
called the "Dragon Spirit" the Emperor-King and is known as the "Son of Heaven."
Naga-rjuna: called in Tibetan, Lu-trub, "The God-Serpents". In Tibet , they are still known in a
symbolic sense and are called "Lu (Dragon)."

Nahua: is a Mexican word which means "Serpent."
Ngola: ( Angola ) means "King" in the Angolan languages.
Negus: (Nee-goos) Ethiopian term for Emperor.
Niger : Roman/Latin term for Black or Negro
Negre: French for Negro or Black
Negro: Spanish for Black

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You Versus A Judge Establish u live

The real reason why the judge leaves a court and comes back in We are dealing with magic and curses Money is cursed

(judgements) until it is matured (until substance comes back into
commerce); this is why they have to always be in bankruptcy because if the curse
matures, it will rebound and they get it all back with interest. So when they send you a
judgement it is a curse. Money is the currency of curses and as long as money exists,
their curses can never mature. Time to stop using their cursed debt notes, I say.
Wow, no wonder they hold onto this gem. Blue laws - blue is an ecclesiastical colour that’s why court papers and police use

it. Maxim – One who does not establish their rights; has none. Truly standing in court When you appear in court, the judge

is using the jurisdiction of the Bar Society. We have to assert that we are a living being, the blood flows; the flesh

lives. So we say: Your honour, I’m here to establish, for and on the record, I’m a living being, the blood flows; the flesh

lives. I humbly ask forremed y. At this point, it is remedy we seek. The judge now has to offer youremed y otherwise he is

in dishonour; to avoid your
remedy and his dishonour, he will leave the court. Whilst he has gone he does something in the background (probably pull up

a trouser leg) When he comes back in,
he comes back in honour because he comes back to get jurisdiction using Maritime
So we need then to reiterate our standing: Your honour, just to reiterate, on and for the record, I’m here to establish I’m

a living being, the blood flows; the flesh lives, I humbly ask for cure and maintenance. At this point it is cure and

maintenance we seek. The judge now has to offer you cure and maintenance. otherwise he is in dishonour
under this law; to avoid his dishonour again, he will leave the court for a second time.
(probably to put his blue ecclesiastical pants on) when he reappears, it is as an
ecclesiastical priest, under Canon Law.
So we need then to reiterate our standing: Your honour, just to reiterate, on and for the record, I’m here to establish I’m

a living
being, the blood flows; the flesh lives and we are sovereign and nothing stands
between myself and the divine.
It is only at this third standing that sovereignty can be declared. Because the judge has
tried and failed at getting jurisdiction over you 3 times, he is in dishonour with his
magic and can no longer work as a judge, The game is over for him.FOR EV ER.
Ecclesiastical Dishonour is the only way to stop the judges and assert your sovereignty you cannot assert this until the

third appearance. With this knowledge it is GAME OVER for all of them. They are dead in the water. If we do not declare our

living flesh status by the time we are 7 (the age of reason
declared by the government) we are declared lost at sea, or dead. We didn’t tell them
we are living and breathing. This is why they can create a trust and charge anyone
who identifies themselves as this name. So all the talk of ‘identity theft’ is because
you are identifying yourselves as the name on the birth certificate but you have not
declared yourself living so the government take it that someone is fraudulently using
that name. So we are responsible for the draconian measures the government take to
counteract this. If we do not assert our living status, why would the government see
your sovereignty? They don’t know you from Adam.

‘I see dead people’ ‘Where’ ‘They’re everywhere, they walk around like regular people – they don’t know they’re dead!’