I wonder if there is a connection between Crown Corporations and the Sea. The some of the first big corporations include names like thBritish East India Company in 1600, Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie or VOC) in 1602, the Hudson's Bay Company in 1670, and others all originally chartered for commerce by sea

According to Canada's Federal Interpretation Act. Canada, a corporation is defined as:

“Canada”, for greater certainty, includes the internal waters of Canada and the territorial sea of Canada;

No reference to land in this definition (don't be fooled by the legal term "includes").

The British or Honourable East Indian Company received its Royal Charter from Queen Elizabeth I on December 31, 1600 and was first chartered as the "Governor and Company of Merchants of London trading into the East Indies." (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_India_Company)

 Their flag is an interesting and familiar design…

This corporation set a governor inlace to rule India and may have been the impetus that found benefit in have all the colonies ruled by crown corporations under the head corporation, i.e. "the Crown Corporation."

Linked is a list of corporations given a Royal Charter. It's interesting to see who's not on this list. Who then chartered those corporations not on the Royal list? Who chartered corporations such as Canada, Australia, United States of America, and the other colonies of the United Kingdom?

If these corporations have, at their roots, a connection to the sea it would explain their affinity for Admiralty law rather than the law of the land, and their fetish for Birth1 or 'Berth' Certificates, Pass'ports', Citizen'ships', flags at half 'mast' etc.

This connection would also give light to the end-time prophecy of a beast that comes out of the sea in Revelation:

Then I saw a beast coming up out of the sea, having ten horns and seven heads, and on his horns were ten diadems, and on his heads were blasphemous names. (Revelation 13:1 NASB) emphasis mine

This beast, which is described as evil in its dealing with mankind, is born (or borne) from the sea. Does this beast then represent corporations?

Something to think about...

1 BirthORIGIN early 17th cent. (in the sense adequate sea room): probably from a nautical use of bear1 + -th2. Oxford Dictionary of English


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