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Lexica Dei Divinus. Crown Tiara of Dagon/Moloch. Background The Crown of Ba'al, also known as the Papal Tiara and Triregnum is a three-tiered jewelled papal crown and symbol of claimed papal supremecy since the 16th Century. Since the 16th Century, it has featured prominently as part of the coat of arms of the Vatican, usually with the crossed keys of claims of authority from St Peter. Any text or other claim that alleges the three-tiered crown is older than the 16th Century is deliberately false. Prior to Pope Boniface VIII (1294-1303) the antipopes of the Roman Death Cult wore fabric, not metallic headdress, similar to the Persian High Priests of Mithra.

The pinecone is an ancient symbol of fertility and one traditionally associated with Ba'al as well as the Cult of Cybele. The 1st Crown of Crown Land This 1st Crown is represented by the 1st cestui Que Vie Trust created when a child is born, depriving them of all their beneficial entitlements and rights on the land at birth. The 2nd Crown of the Commonwealth. Legal Dictionary | Canons - Canonum De Ius Rex - Canons of Sovereign Law - Article 190 - Admiralty.

The first laws of Admiralty were not properly codified until the middle of the 17th Century, focusing equally on the discipline and maintenance of duty of Navy officers and Navy personnel as well as the operation of courts of Admiralty and capture and management of property: (i) The first laws of Admiralty were introduced under Charles II through 13 Car c.9 (1661) which for the first time in history expressed clearly through thirty six (36) articles the rules and conduct of Navy personnel, the operation of courts of Admiralty and capture and management of property. The claim of legitimacy of the alleged statute by King Richard III in 1391 (15Rich2 c.3) concerning Admiralty jurisdiction and by Henry 4th in 1400 (2Hen4. c.11) as remedy against Admiralty actions are almost certainly fraud, despite the limited remedy provided by both statutes; and (iii) In 1719, King George I introduced a new concept within Admiralty Law through 6 Geo.

(vi) In 1740, King George II introduced through 13 Geo. A Information and Definitions from Black's Law Dictionary. Why You Need to Study Natural Law. Image credit: When it comes to spiritual freedom, Natural Law (Spiritual Law) is the most important knowledge for helping you achieve spiritual freedom. If you don’t study Natural Law, you will never know what your natural rights are and how the Universe works.

The journey of studying Natural Law is very empowering, because it teaches you that you are a true sovereign spiritual being and how to defend yourself against the Dark Forces using the laws of Nature, which are binding, immutable (cannot be changed), and inescapable. Comprehending Natural Law is required for spiritual freedom Natural Law is one of the core building blocks of the Universe. Without Natural Law, the Universe can’t exist and therefore it won’t be possible for life to flourish. The Creator created natural laws to manage the dynamics of the Universe and to keep everything in balance. Natural Law teaches you how to be a sovereign and responsible spiritual being. How Canon Law and Contract Law Enslave You: Common Law Activist Dean Clifford Incarcerated Without Charges. If you love freedom and liberty and don’t know who Dean Clifford is, you should invest some of your time to do some research on this brave human being.

Dean Clifford is a man that I highly respect due to his dedication to spread the truth about the corruption in the Western justice system. If you want to learn how to free yourself and others from the Western justice system and become a true sovereign human being, you need to study the works of Dean Clifford. The empowering knowledge that he shares will explain how to win court cases, eliminate debts, avoid paying income tax, and free yourself from contracts, which are designed to destroy your sovereignty, freedom, and natural rights.

How canon law and contract law enslave you For more than a year, I have been slowly studying Natural Law, common law, contract law, admiralty law, and canon law. As described at Most Western countries are under the rule of canon law and admiralty law Sources: Like this: How Words Can Be Used as Magic Spells. Image credit: Words are not just elements of speech or writing, because they can be used to strengthen the effects of magic, which is the art of directing and controlling energy. When spoken out loud, words transform into frequencies and vibrations that can be used to direct energy. This is one of the first steps to creating magic effects. Most people will laugh at the idea of magic being real, but if only they knew what magic really is and how magic is being used to control them, they would not be laughing.

The world is dominated by magic. The Controllers who pull the strings of politicians are well aware of how magic works. What is the definition of magic? The word magic comes from Old French magique, Latin magicus, and Greek magikos. Magic has a strong relationship with magnetic and electrical energy. The most powerful thing in the Universe is energy. The art of magic is often practiced along with certain words and sacred geometries. "Sovereignty and Language" Understanding Common Law . . . is not so difficult, and may be critical! ~J. Please spend some time with these videos . . . and share your thoughts! ~J Thanks to G. Find below some superb videos that not only demonstrate Common Law in action with Police Scotland, but also a very easy to follow presentation lecture with slides explaining how the Statute system actually functions.

The videos should demonstrate how simple the process is and how the “corporate” Statute system functions against us. The first two videos taking on the Police in Glasgow are hilarious, especially when “John, son of David: of the family Burns” requests to be called “Sir” by the Constable. Summary of Sovereign Behaviour: Ask the Police if they are acting in the capacity as Police Constables, or Police Officers. Have fun.. and a good laugh! Police Scotland ask are you a freeman on the land Scottishsovereign v Police, Scotland’s Best Cop yet. Like this: Like Loading... Related.

The Esoteric Definition of Contract. Image credit: The word “contract” comes from Old French contract and Latin contractus. Contract is a very powerful thing because it can be used to trick you to give up some of the power of your free will. It can also be used to bind you to certain terms and conditions and therefore limiting your choices and demanding you to do something to satisfy those terms and conditions. The overt definition of contract The word “contract” does not mean what you think it does.

Here is the legal definition of contract from The covert definition of contract To find the covert or deeper meaning of the word “contract,” you need to look below its surface, dissect its layers, find its origins, and look at it from many different angles. One of the first steps to find the deeper meaning of the word “contract” is to separate it into two words. Nearly all contracts you sign with corporations are fraudulent Tags: contract definition. Judge Napolitano Explains the Importance of Natural Law. Image credit: / Dallas Hills The video in this article was sent to me by a reader. Thank you Doreen for sending me the link to this video. ~ PL In this video, Judge Andrew P. Napolitano spoke to a group of people at the Mises Institutes conference in 2014 about the importance of Natural Law and why learning about our natural rights is essential for restoring our freedom. If you do not know who Judge Napolitano is, he is a senior judicial analyst for Fox News.

He used to have a show on Fox called Freedom Watch. Before Judge Napolitano became a senior judicial analyst for Fox News, he went to college at Princeton University and the University of Notre Dame Law School. The information that Judge Napolitano shared to the people at the Mises Institutes conference is very important for restoring our freedom and sovereignty. The information in my second seminar is very important for restoring our freedom and sovereignty without violent revolutions.

Freedom of Speech legal definition of Freedom of Speech. The right, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, to express beliefs and ideas without unwarranted government restriction. Democracies have long grappled with the issue of the limits, if any, to place on the expression of ideas and beliefs. The dilemma dates back at least to ancient Greece, when the Athenians, who cherished individual freedom, nevertheless prosecuted Socrates for his teachings, claiming that he had corrupted young people and insulted the gods.

The Framers of the Constitution guaranteed freedom of speech and expression to the citizens of the United States with the First Amendment, which reads, in part, "Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech. " Almost since the adoption of the Bill of Rights, however, the judiciary has struggled to define speech and expression and the extent to which freedom of speech should be protected. Some, like Justice hugo l. black, have believed that freedom of speech is absolute. Public Forum Regulation. Copyright Law as a Tool for State Censorship of the Internet. Maira SuttonElectronic Frontier Foundation When state officials seek to censor online speech, they're going to use the quickest and easiest method available.

For many, copyright takedown notices do the trick. After years of lobbying and increasing pressure from content industries on policymakers and tech companies, sending copyright notices to take media offline is easier than ever. The copyright law that state actors most often invoke is the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). The DMCA was the first major digital copyright law passed in the United States, creating strict procedural rules for how and when a copyright holder can claim that uploaded content infringes on their copyright.

US-based tech companies that receive these infringement notices must comply with these rules to receive their safe harbor—the protection they have from being liable for hosting unlawful user content. If the DMCA is US law, how can governments around the world use it to censor speech? Do you have to show an ID to a cop? How do you refuse a search on your car? OLRC Home. Guide to Law Online: U.S. Law | Law Library of Congress. THE LAW AND YOU By Bill Turner NZ. Criminal Law | Wex Legal Dictionary / Encyclopedia. Overview Criminal law, as distinguished from civil law, is a system of laws concerned with punishment of individuals who commit crimes. Thus, where in a civil case two individuals dispute their rights, a criminal prosecution involves the government deciding whether to punish an individual for either an act or an omission.

A “crime” is any act or omission in violation of a law prohibiting the action or omission. Criminal Codes Each state decides what conduct to designate a crime. Thus, each state has its own criminal code. Codification of Criminal Procedure Congress codified the federal criminal law and criminal procedure in Title 18 of the U.S. The federal government has also codified the specific procedures which must take place during the course of a criminal proceeding in the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure.

Elements of a Crime An individual commits a crime if he or she acts in a way that fulfills every element of an offense. According to the Supreme Court in Elonis v. Types of Crimes. The rights of man / Thomas Paine. - Full View | HathiTrust Digital Library. Federal - Statutes - Federal and State Criminal Law Statutes - LibraryGuides at Pace University School of Law. Lawfully yours. Words no longer have meaning: Supreme Court ignores Obamacare text to uphold wealth redistribution. Copyright Frequently Asked Questions | Teaching Copyright.

The Congress shall have Power To… promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries — United States Constitution, Article 1, Section 8 What is copyright? Copyright is a form of legal protection automatically provided to the authors of “original works of authorship,” including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works. U.S. copyright law generally gives the author/creator or owner of an original creative work an exclusive right to: Reproduce (copy) or distribute the original work to the public (e.g., create and sell copies of a film)Create new works based upon the original work (e.g., make a movie based on a book)Perform or display the work publicly (e.g., perform a play) Violation of one of these rights is called copyright infringement. However, the use may be authorized by copyright limitations (such as fair use) described below.

What is not protected by copyright? What The Government Doesn't Want You To Know About Your Drivers License. ALL IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT LAW (PLEASE SHARE!!!!!!) Legal Definitions Legal Terms Dictionary. Laws and Regulations. Federal Regulations Regulations are issued by federal agencies, boards, or commissions. They explain how the agency intends to carry out a law. The Rulemaking Process Federal regulations are created through a process known as rulemaking. By law, federal agencies must consult the public when creating, modifying, or deleting rules in the Code of Federal Regulations. Once an agency decides that a regulation needs to be added, changed, or deleted, it typically publishes a proposed rule in the Federal Register to ask the public for comments.

After the agency considers public feedback and makes changes where appropriate, it then publishes a final rule in the Federal Register with a specific date for when the rule will become effective and enforceable. When the agency issues a final rule for comment, it must describe and respond to the public comments it received. Get Involved and Learn More State Laws and Regulations State laws generally apply just to people living in that state. Back to Top. Common law legal definition of Common law. The ancient law of England based upon societal customs and recognized and enforced by the judgments and decrees of the courts. The general body of statutes and case law that governed England and the American colonies prior to the American Revolution.

The principles and rules of action, embodied in case law rather than legislative enactments, applicable to the government and protection of persons and property that derive their authority from the community customs and traditions that evolved over the centuries as interpreted by judicial tribunals. A designation used to denote the opposite of statutory, equitable, or civil, for example, a common-law action.

The common-law system prevails in England, the United States, and other countries colonized by England. It is distinct from the civil-law system, which predominates in Europe and in areas colonized by France and Spain. Common-law courts base their decisions on prior judicial pronouncements rather than on legislative enactments. Santos Bonacci-Your Soul Is Owned By The Vatican 4/5. What are Tort Laws? Tort laws are laws that offer remedies to individuals harmed by the unreasonable actions of others.

Tort claims usually involve state law and are based on the legal premise that individuals are liable for the consequences of their conduct if it results in injury to others (McCarthy & Cambron-McCabe, 1992). Tort laws involve civil suits, which are actions brought to protect an individual’s private rights. There are two major categories of torts typically seen in education-related cases: intentional and negligence. Intentional Torts Intentional torts are usually offenses committed by a person who attempts or intends to do harm. Teachers accused of assault and battery are typically given considerable leeway by the courts (Alexander & Alexander, 1992).

Negligence Torts The second type of tort seen most frequently in education related cases is negligence. Next Section - Previous Section Online Discussion - Back to Author Online Page. Americas Union: Americas Union Free Society over the Earth. Uniform Commercial Code Law. BAR ASSOCIATION HISTORY & WHO OWNS THE U.S. | Towards Emancipation. Browse Public Laws - 114th Congress. The Application of Commercial Law. Admiralty and Maritime Law Guide - Codes/Rules.

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Card Sorting Technique - Planning a website. xSort - Free card sorting application for Mac OS X. Card Sorting. 10 conseils pour réussir votre tri de cartes. Les processus de patrimonialisation de la nature dans le Kodagu (Inde) : pluralités, imbrications, contradictions. Patrimoine et patrimonialisation: entre le matériel et l'immatériel - Marie-Blanche Fourcade.

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Patrimonialisation | Lettre de L'UMR Chine Corée Japon. La Corée : territoires et sociétés de la « longue partition » L'inscription au patrimoine mondial de l'humanité. GDM_PP_et_CT_Poitiers.pdf. Dans les quartiers populaires, le pouvoir de mémoire. Patrimoine versus mondialisation ? Les géographes et le patrimoine. Patrimoine : un objet révélateur des évolutions de la géographie et de sa place dans les sciences sociales. Processus-patrimonialisation.pdf.