Introduction The status of the Notaries public has to do with an officer of the law (or officer of the court) whose primary function is to bear witness to certain documentation. Historically, Notaries public (also called “notaries”, “notarial officers”, or “public notaries”) hold an office that can trace its origins back to the ancient Roman … Read moreThe Notary
Questions put by FRRf to Lord Randall Earl Kaiser 1) What does Sovereignty mean to you? In my mind, or shall I say in my gut/heart/brain mind, sovereignty is about convergence with one. A trust so to speak that needs to be secured and adhered to. Of course, when considering that we currently live in … Read moreSole/Soul Sovereign Trust
A lot of people ask the questions: “how do I activate my certificate”, “how do I enforce my certificate”, or “will my certificate be recognised by local authority”? Well, here are a few pointers to help bring clarity to the situation. How do I activate my Sovereignty certificate? The first thing to realise and align … Read moreHow do I use my Sovereignty Certification?
Introduction In this post we are summarizing a few definitions, types and characteristics of Sovereignty – mostly from a political science perspective. We are highlighting these perspectives in order to make a clear distinction between Political Science and Nature Science as pertaining to Sovereignty, which we will do toward the end of this post. Definitions … Read moreDefinitions, Types and Characteristics of Sovereignty
Disclaimer The Antrustiones and honorary members of First Republic Registrar foundation (FRRf) are not here to provided legal advice at any level nor in any way, shape or form. We are not legal entities nor are we tied to any specific legal jurisdiction of law. To clarify our slogan: ‘working with and not against’ simply … Read moreCommercial Redemption – fallacy or reality?
Why is Sovereignty Certification necessary? We are all very familiar with birth registration, which has been a requirement of most commonwealth State Governments since 1873. However, the Births and Deaths Registration Act 1873 and subsequent amendments etc., are all suspended under the Geneva Convention 1930, due to the international bankruptcy. There are 193+2 countries, operating … Read moreSovereignty Certification
How deep does the rabbit hole go? This post is a follow up from the previous posts: “What is Sovereignty?” and “The History of Sovereignty”. We recommend that you read through the latter two posts before this one, as this part of the narrative takes quite an advanced approach to the subject-matter of sovereignty. In … Read moreThe Hierarchy of Sovereignty and the four most basic Principles of Nature
A comparative view of how sovereignty relates to state-government and to individual men and women. In order to fully grasp what sovereignty is all about, it is imperative that we go back in time and study its evolution throughout the ages from the 12th Century until today. We must also consider the fact that there … Read moreThe History of Sovereignty
A few points to consider: “Every man and woman is born onto our plane with Sovereignty already ordained unto them, by Natural Process” “Sovereignty is thus relating to the Natural Nobility and Royalty granted by Nature and its Laws, that is upheld by those individuals that are inherently aware of their true birthright” “Nobility is … Read moreMaxims and Axioms of Sovereignty
Introduction and Provisions Summary By: Sri Dr. Lord Grantham Taylor, Hughes J.d., L.c.m.d., Ph.d. The importance of this trust remains that governments were originally created by the former, but after many generations descendants forgot this fact. When remembering, as we have done today, and seeing that the government creations always “get out-of-hand,” one needs to … Read moreWhat is a common Law Pure Trust?