WHAT IS A NATURAL PERSON?
Posted by changeurmind on June 6, 2009
WHAT IS A NATURAL PERSON?
By Russ Porisky
PARADIGM EDUCATION GROUP http://www.naturalperson.com
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Regardless of any awareness of our inalienable rights, awareness of our one unalienable right, freewill, needs to be first and foremost. It is our freewill, our ability to chose which thoughts to act upon. It is with our freewill we can convert out thoughts and energy into a tangible reality. Therefore, lack of awareness of the supremacy and importance of our freewill places all of our inalienable rights in jeopardy, making it easy for the Illusion to perpetuate its control and plunder over our lives.
Our freewill is what has produced the life we each now live, and it is with a greater awareness of its dominance that we can create the life we want. It is because of the pre-eminence of our freewill the Illusion has been perpetuated on a foundation of fear and ignorance. If the people can be convinced they need to be submissive to the Illusion, then through the manipulation of their thoughts their actions can be controlled and used against them to drain their energy, which, for the most part, has been manifested into their property and their money.
This constant draining keeps the populace exhausted and focused on survival and security, the two lowest forms of existence, leaving little time or energy to explore and obtain our higher purposes. It is this constant draining that fuels the frustration, the anger, the desperation, leaving a person unfocused and depleted to do what is needed to see through and dissolve the effects of the Illusion.
Whether you have ever contemplated the power of your freewill or not, does little to diminish its reality. Have you ever noticed that the majority of things that have caused you grief or frustration you have used your freewill to apply for it?
From a commerce perspective. our freewill is expressed through our right to contract. This unalienable right can be used to enter into legally binding contracts to obtain those things we need and want to fulfill our desires. A natural person has the right to contract because he is a human being and upon birth is endowed with the gift of freewill and right of self-determination.
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WHO ARE YOU?
So who is the real you, is a question that only you can answer, but What… is the real you is easy, believe it or not, most likely you are a human being and as such you have been naturally endowed with all the rights of every other human. The only variable is that not all humans are a part of a society that was created to recognize and protect these inalienable rights which are an integral part of our being. Although our inalienable rights can be defined in a thousand different ways, they really condense into these three fundamental concepts of Life, Liberty and Property:
As with all things, it depends on the perspective a person views something from that dictates whether it is good or bad. This applies the same for our inalienable rights. If your perspective is one of… most are incapable of thinking for themselves, then inalienable rights would be viewed as something that needed to be controlled for our own good, and if it could not be done legally then at least through deception the poor ignorant fools could be protected.
“Those who would give up essential Liberty,
to purchase a little temporary Safety,
deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”
~ Benjamin Franklin
It is this type of arrogance that has caused the erosion of society’s awareness of inalienable rights and has motivated the desire for an Illusion to reap huge profits for the creators of it. As a result each inalienable right has been systematically affected to a different degree, yet still in concert with each other, to produce the highest levels of profit and control.
Words could never adequately describe the awe-inspiring reality that could be create by us all, for all our lives and our whole world, if we were to ever have a full understanding of the power of our freewill. All I know is that it cannot be overstated the power of one’s own freewill and as with all power it needs to understood and used with knowledge and respect.
When we, as a collective, can return to the point where it is once again practiced as common knowledge that no man has any supreme authority to sell, deny or delay any of us our inalienable rights, we will then be witness to the dissolve of the Illusion, forever.
It is this fundamental reality of our supreme authority that has become the foundation for many legal systems, specifically Australia, New Zealand, Canada and any other commonwealth nations. It becomes the reason that we need to examine not only the foundation of our system but the purpose and intent for which it was created.
Simple logic dictates that as a collective, the last thing we would do is create a society with a legislative or judiciary system that would harm us by infringing on our inalienable rights. With the same simple logic we should be able to surmise that any system we were to create would be to protect and enhance the human potential within a frame work of a society
“Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it.”
~ George Bernard Shaw
With the creation of the Legal World came the creation of the Legal You. This, in and of itself, is neither good or bad. What can make it good or bad is if you have forgotten the Real You and the Real World, and now only act in the capacity of a Legal Person without understanding the implications.
The Real You is the real you and the Real World is the real world and always will be. In this real world you are sovereign and subservient to no mans authority, only to your creator’s. You have no system to interact with others, legal or otherwise, no system to seek a lawful defense of your rights. You make your own laws, run your own government, operate your own postal service, your own court, create your own country on your own land. You are an island unto yourself.
Although this is a choice we each can make, the reality of the matter is, are you willing to shift that far, or more importantly, is there a need to shift that far? To answer that, you need to decide whether the obligations required to be a member of a society are fair and reasonable consideration for what you receive in return, and if not are you willing to do what is necessary to create your own.
I guess this depend on a persons perspective, if you perceive your system as something that hurts you and forces you to act against your freewill, and it won’t even recognize or protect your inalienable rights, then you might answer, yes, I want to shift to the point that I am a sovereign individual, and go it alone.
However, if you were to learn that your current system does recognize and protect your inalienable rights and will let you use your freewill to decide how you want to restrict them, then maybe it would be worthwhile to spend the time to study some of the foundational structure of the system that can’t pass a law that would harm you.
First you would need to learn by what legal term you as a human being would be referred to in this system. With Australia, New Zealand, Canada and others deriving its legal system from Great Britain we can look to Britain’s legal history to find this recognition of how we as human beings are referred to in law.
What is happening today in this country is nothing new, we the people have once again forgotten who we are. This same forgetfulness was happening in Great Britain around the middle of the eighteenth century and was a primary motive that enticed Lord Blackstone to write his set of 4 books known as the Blackstone Commentaries in hopes of re-educating the people of England of their true source.
During this time in history the duality of person existed.
A natural person is a human being who is mentally competent and of the age of majority. This is a human being in their legal world with inalienable human rights and fundamental freedoms that the system must not only recognize and protect, but cannot pass a law that will abrogate, abridge or infringe upon them.
Artificial persons are the slaves of the Illusion, they do not exist in the real world but only in the minds of the those who create them. They are not human so they don’t have inalienable human rights. They have to look to their creator, the government, for any privilege they may be granted, and with your freewill you can voluntarily apply to act as a representative of one of these artificial persons to perform the obligations imposed upon it by its creator.
With the existence of two type of persons in law, the world as we know it just got a little confusing. How do they tell the difference between the two? In the real world its quite easy, what you see is what you get, if it looks like a human, walks like a human talks like a human its probably a human. However in the Illusion, in a world that only exists in the minds of those who believe in it, that’s where we need to look for what they use as a basis to identify their slaves from the rest of us.
When we think of the word capitalization we generally think of writing capital letters. However, if we look at the word capitalize in it’s adjective sense it actually means to take advantage of, to use for ones own advantage. With the help of Black’s Law dictionary we can begin to understand how capitalization can be used to take advantage of another.
“The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their right names.”
This form of capitalization of your name presents you as the natural person in this legal system. It is recognition of your agreement to a social contract to become part of the collective sovereign of a country. It is with this form of capitalization that we are taught how to write our names in school.
Capitis Diminutio Minima: Blacks Law Dictionary Revised 4th Ed.1968
The lowest or least comprehensive degree of loss of status. This occurred where a man’s family relations alone were changed. It happened upon the arrogation [pride] of a person who had been his own master, (sui juris,) [of his own right, not under any legal disability] or upon the emancipation of one who had been under the patria potestas. [parental authority] It left the rights of liberty and citizenship unaltered. See Inst. 1, 16, pr.; 1, 2, 3; Dig. 4, 5, 11; Mackeld.Rom.Law, 144.
Your legal status may have diminished from a sovereign individual to a natural person, however you are still recognized as a human being with protected human rights in a legal system. As such, you also have the right to use the system for the protection and lawful defense of your rights.
With this form of capitalization you still have your freedom but have lost the connection to the system that has obligations to recognize and protect them. If you chose to accept this form of capitalization of your name that removes your citizenship, then what countries laws are you going to be able to rely on for the protection of your human rights.
Capitis Diminutio Media: Blacks Law Dictionary Revised 4th Ed.1968
A lesser or medium loss of status. This occurred where a man loses his rights of citizenship, but without losing his liberty. It carried away also the family rights.
You can generally find this form of capitalization on such documents like court summons’, school registrations, and diplomatic identification cards.
If you accept this form of capitalization, it is no longer you, it is a slave and being that slavery is a crime against humanity in this country, this form can only represent an artificial person with no human rights.
Capitis Diminutio Maxima: Blacks Law Dictionary Revised 4th Ed.1968
The highest or most comprehensive loss of status. This occurred when a man’s condition was changed from one of freedom to one of bondage, when he became a slave. It swept away with it all rights of citizenship and all family rights.
If you were to check your wallet or purse you may realize that you do not have a driver’s license, social insurance card or even a credit card. They are all in the name of an artificial person whom you have voluntarily applied to represent. It is a slave with a name that sounds like yours but has been fully capitalized on by someone else to take advantage of, and you are nothing more than it’s representative, obligated to perform its duties when you use the card to access the benefits it receives.
You can however, use your freewill to remove yourself from this system, outlaw yourself so to speak, terminate your connection to the social contract and take yourself outside the protection of legal system. You’ll no longer be part of the sovereign collective but you will regain your status as a sovereign individual. This is quite easy to accomplish, but you better do it right or they will keep coming after the artificial person you represent for the performance of its obligations.
The first thing you should start to do is, always write your name with no capitalization so the system can’t legally hear you, then you may what to consider deregistering your entity’s homes, your entity’s cars, quit your entity’s job, close your entity’s bank accounts, and cash in and pay your entities taxes on all of your entity’s investments. However, you may be able to keep a lot of the entity’s personal stuff as you pack up and look for a quiet spot on planet earth to start your own country.
If you don’t really like the idea of doing all that, you may want to consider spending the time to learn who you are, a natural person, a human being with human rights and fundamental freedoms that are recognized and protected as part of the sovereign collective under this social contract, and then learn how to use your freewill to regain control over your life with the knowledge of choosing only the joinders to these artificial persons that can be used to create the life you want.