FAQ Categories:

  • Sovereignty as Birthright Recognition and a Title of Nobility
  • common Law Pure Trust (cLPT)
  • Sovereign Money creation (SMc)

Sovereignty as Birthright Recognition and a Title of Nobility

Q1. What is Sovereignty (Ordained and Enacted)?
a. Sovereignty means “Soul reign” in the physical body, but has no spiritual connotations any longer politically as of disestablishmentarianism (separation of politics and spirituality) being extremely important. Ordained sovereignty is what we have naturally when born, but after birth, the birthright occurs in order to get our categorical three needs of food, shelter and clothing. That birthright is the recognition of our birth labour (used in the vernacular now when the woman gives birth) by being paid for it in food, shelter and clothing. Before birth, the essence of man makes the “grand compromise” entering the life and recognised in higher eras (golden age) as ordained sovereignty. Birth should remain all that is necessary to freely get our three needs. We already did the work and should be paid for it when recognised properly. To emphasise, this birth practice should be all the labour necessary to freely get food, shelter and clothing or any other need at the time of birth (height of a golden age very little needs are necessary – we are in an iron age presently – paradoxical). Sovereignty also is the described quality and inner quantity of being an individual, independent and the absolute supreme authority over one’s mind, body, land and assets. It is the ordained sovereign birthright of “life, liberty and happiness” of every living soul in a physical body.
b. When a contracts law society is established after the pure trust fidelity ceremony, the birthright of men and women must be enacted in a Sovereignty Certificate (not a birth certificate; the latter is a licence only). This is called documented certified sovereignty; important in contracts law. This practice is now enacted sovereignty which enacts into contracts law, birth or ordained sovereignty. You can see that ordained sovereignty would work in a non-contractual law society, but we are not in one presently. Thus, he or she becomes a lawful (common law) and legal (representing the UPPER CASE entity of bankruptcy statutes of Uniform Commercial code [UCc] § 1) practitioner of benefits and privileges provided by the STATE OR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT (SFG) by which they are domiciled. These privilege of use licences issued by the government are necessary for their revenue, but taxes are unlawful but not illegal (“legal” is a bankruptcy statutory term of UCc § 1). Moreover, the Sovereignty Certificate gives the sovereign (man and woman) the right to use the privilege as police officers anecdotally; and correctly remark today that a licence is a privilege and not a right (however these types do not know the source of the right). Without enacted sovereignty, the non-sovereign is committing licence “torts” or minor civil violations unbeknownst now by society and government. Document certified sovereignty retroactively from birth extirpates these violations as written on the document face itself.
c. A sovereign is a participant in a common law society, but also can function in a bankrupted or statutory one, as we have now on earth. He becomes the agent of the bankrupted entity known as the “strawman.” In contract one would write, “I, Joseph James: Blogs, agent for JOSEPH BLOGS, do hereby…etc.”
d. Sovereignty certification is a contract that demonstrates, on paper, the sight-recognition of an individual’s humanity by another. By the practice of the common Law Principia (cLP), only an Exchangor/Grantor of a common Law Pure Trust (cLPT) can issue sovereignty certificates onto men and women by their desire to be sovereign certified in sight-recognition of their humanity. Both men and women can be Exchangor/Grantors.
e. A certified sovereign is not subject to man-made law i.e., statutory or legislative law; but allows it as a compelled benefit under UCc § 1-308 because the ordained sovereign, in principle, is author and source of all law. Whereas, in a contracts law society, the Exchangor/Grantor is the wielder of provisional law. The sovereign albeit is the source of power from which all societies, civilizations and governments are created and gives this ordinate power to the Exchangor/Grantor for granting or issuing. However, the sovereign must compromise sometimes like in birth to sustain society. Whereby, the Certified Sovereign (sovereign) can act as an agent aforesaid for the “strawman” or non-certified entity that is our legal (not lawful) practice in the world today. Since often in iron ages, man has lost this proper thread of sovereignty in a contracts law society (money as a best evidence), the sovereign must learn how to wield the law without confrontation unless he wishes to make war and do a timarchian challenge. We are not recommending such a practice. But “the powers that be” often gained their position by that practice in past history. Our disclaimer remains here that, we, at First Republic Registrar foundation (FRRf), know historically peaceful resolutions have also existed to reclaim a common law society. In other words, that is our recommendation through education, not war or violence of any kind.

Q2. How does one obtain a Certificate of Sovereignty?
a. Under the FRRf, Sovereignty Certificates are issued by the pure trust Exchangor/Grantor (antrustione or trust officer) to any human that desires and then requests it.
 
Q3. What are Titles of Nobility?
a. When one receives enacted sovereignty, the certificate automatically entitles them as one of the following:
  • Lord
  • Lady

b. An ordained sovereign has no title of nobility as it is a contract that he does not have. Therefore, ordinance of itself is entitled at birth gaining their needs. Therefore, nobility titles are only necessary in contracts law as of birthright recognition whilst the non-enacted sovereign will not be recognised in the latter.

For more information on Titles of Nobility and Sovereignty Certification contact us via email at info@firstrepublicregistrar.org.

common Law Pure Trusts (cLPT)

Q1. What is a common Law Pure Trust (cLPT)?

a. A cLPT is the purest vehicle for land and asset protection in principle. The jurisdiction of a cLPT is universally domiciled, whereas it exists as an international and universal entity not subject to any particular SFG, jurisdiction or legislative legal boundaries.
b. FRRf is also a common Law Pure Trust, and is authorized and sanctioned, by contract, by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and the International Criminal Court at (ICC [not International Chamber of Commerce]): icj-icc.org.

Q2. Why a common Law Pure Trust (cLPT)?
a. A cLPT protects one’s land and assets from SFG intervention in principle. Ownership means “to owe.” By positioning one’s land and assets properly, the certified sovereign individual manages and controls but never personally owns them. If one owns land and assets, they owe taxes, duties and allegiance to other managers and controllers.
 
Q3. Who are the Trust Officers (Antrustiones) of the cLPT?
a. Creator: this officer creates the Pure Trust certificate (PTc) and then is one of the two participants in the Pure Trust Fidelity ceremony (PTFc). The other contracting participant is the Exchangor/Grantor. The Creators’ purposes are to create the trust document and appoint the First Trustee giving him the consideration from the trust fidelity ceremony. The trustee now holds the first asset of the trust as the fiduciary
b. Exchangor/Grantor: As one of the two participants and then recipient for paying consideration for the trust certificate in the fidelity ceremony, the Exchangor/Grantor wields contracts and certificates (sovereignty included) which include all provisional law universally (Eg source of all law). Creates – Pure Trust provisions (PTp) – Declaration of a common Law Pure Trust Contract (DcLPTC) and its six parts. To emphasise, the Exchangor/Grantor is the holder of the PTc (Pure Trust certificate) and therefore, the wielder of the law.
c. First Trustee (and subsequent trustees appointed by the first one): Appointed by the Creator and receives the first asset from the former and conveys it to the trust in which he becomes fiduciary; trust officer who conveys land and assets to the pure trust.
d. Agent: Orally called the managing Director (mD) contractually (written) an Agent, “…Agent(s) may be elected by the BoT (DcLPTC provisions)”. Only trustees are appointed by the Board of Trustees (BoT). The Agent(s) [privately not written contractually in the provisions make up the Board of Directors {BoD}] are the true controllers of the trust and the real land and asset holders (not written as the process of “obscure remove” for privacy). Once elected provided by the trust provisions, they now have all the powers of the BoT. The BoT then become just a prestigious position in the trust without any power whatsoever. This occurrence happens as contract chattel written in the trust provisions. It must be understood that these elections, appointments, ceremonies, etc., need not be repeated as having done so already in the beginning by Plantagenet and Bauer of the 12th century. To emphasise and reiterate, all the power is now in the mD privately and contractually written as the Agent.
 
Q4. Where does the Trust get Its Power to wield the Law?
a. To reiterate and emphasise, the power or energy and then the ability to wield law comes from the trust certificate holder. That certificate holder in the Pure Trust is the Exchangor/Grantor who has participated in the PTFc. Power occurs in transforming it into manifestation through the eyes of the two fidelity ceremony participants in sight recognition of each other (this inner power according to eastern philosophy is considerable). This recognition is of one’s existence as another human being; they see and recognise each other; very simple. This acknowledgement means their knowingness converts into power of existence and manifests it onto the physical world. The latter could be somewhat metaphorical, but nevertheless the two fidelity ceremony participants recognise each other, and the Exchangor/Grantor now has certified proof of the recognition. That is the power of recognition. Similarly in the contemporary world, it remains like documenting a meeting or a phone conversation – i.e., a ‘meeting of two minds’. This analogy holds regarding paper certification that stays exceedingly important in our contracts law world.
 
Q5. What are the benefits of the cLPT?
– The cLPT is executed by way of a contract marriage agreement, known as a fidelity ceremony, which is the signing of the Pure Trust certificate (PTc). The signing of the PTc by the Creator and Exchangor/Grantor demonstrates the required offer and an acceptance; proof of contract. Furthermore and most importantly gives the source of power of the trust as human sight recognition giving the power of contract to the Exchangor/Grantor; the power of sight from Soul to Soul [meeting of two minds] (ten thousand suns as the Vedas say becoming physical power in contract)
– The cLPT has a private lawful objective or purpose
– The cLPT has a suggested lifespan of fifty (50) years but is renewable
– It is a Trust foundation framed by common Law Principia (cLP)
– It is a progenitor of all law and contracts both public and private
– All law is derived from the cLPT foundation, hence common Law Pure Trust foundations are the creators and source of government and commercial societies
– Every aspect of Pure Trust foundation is lawful, governed by UCc, upheld and globally recognized by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and International Criminal Court (ICC)
– Because it has no reporting requirements, it reduces or eliminates accounting fees and aforesaid taxes and probate.
– The cLPT can hold and operate lawful businesses anywhere in the world
– It provides limited liability protection and has most advantages of a corporation but none of the disadvantages
– It is a private lawful ‘entity’ in the eyes of the law, with the power to buy, own, hold and sell property
– It can hold the titles of your landed property, but you may use and enjoy the land and assets during your lifetime
– It is made irrevocable to avoid any question as to ownership of the assets
– It renders assets virtually judgement proof
– It continues unaffected upon your death.
 
Q6. What Types of property and assets can be transferred to the corpus of the cLPT?
Examples include any that are considered valuable):
– Real estate/ landed property
– Fine Art
– Jewelry
– Investment Securities
– Business Stock holdings
– Monetary Credit Bonds and certificates
– Transportation and pleasure vehicles
– Copyrights, Patents and Trademarks
– Multimedia royalties
– Wills
– Letters of Credit.
 
For more information on cLPT creation contact us via email at info@firstrepublicregistrar.org.
 

Sovereign Money creation (SMc)

Q1. What is SMc?
a. SMc is a process of creating money and/or currencies, also known as legal and lawful tender.

Q2. Who can utilize SMc processes and how is it done?
a. All local and global sovereign bodies. This includes any man or woman even without securing sovereignty certification.
b. SMc can be done in many ways, including the monetizing and trading of MT103 and MT760 negotiable instruments via Swift messages; fresh cut instruments within the criteria of Primary Banking off-ledger operations.

Q3. What is the purpose of SMc?
a. Its purpose is to monetize paper instruments into real cash; the majority of which is to be used in satisfaction of improving our planet on a universal basis, by way of Humanitarian Projects. The phrase is known as “paper in, cash out”.

Q4. What are the origins of SMc?
a. It’s origin lay in the 12th century with King Henry II Plantagenet and Lord Heinrich Bauer (the latter’s descendant Baron von Bauer-Rothschild is our consulting Managing Director and author of this FAQ); e.g., King Henry, as Exchangor/Grantor (Bauer as Creator), would draft a Letter of Credit (LoC) for 100 Sovereign coins for community development purposes, signed and sealed by the King. The LoC is then sent (bank currier with his seal on it when delivered) to the bank receiver, who would honour the document by releasing a specified fee percentage (10% minimum as proper surrogate percentage) paid to the King. The bank would then use the rest of LoC principle for the government infrastructure (roads, bridges, aqueducts, etc.,) for running the Kingdom/Country and bank trading, with the King receiving the 10% fee. This process was the very beginning of banking and the same process today as the solution to the world’s insolvency.

Q5.  Is SMc a legal/lawful process?
a.Absolutely! There is no cash moved, no money transferred as it is only a swift message sent from one swift terminal to another which places this process outside the jurisdiction of secondary banking regulations such as Basil 1234 terrorism act, auditing etc.

For more information on SMc and also asset-backed Digital Currency creation contact us via email at info@firstrepublicregistrar.org.


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Sri Dr. Lord Grantham Taylor, Hughes J.d., L.c.m.d., Ph.d.
These FAQs are governed by UCc but not common law coded

 

 

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