January 22, 2016 - The Cryptic Entity — a Person

"Omnis persona est homo, sed non vicissim. Every person is a human being, but not every human being a person." a maxim of law, Black's Law Dictionary (8th ed. 2004)

A “person” is a presentment, a role that a human being acts out. The words comes from the Latin words per, meaning through", and sonna, meaning “sound". This word was first used to describe the mask that actors held in front of their faces to represent different roles that they acted out.

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In legal circles it refers to any entity through which a man or woman uses to present themselves in a court of commerce practising merchant or admiralty law.

In reality, we cannot interact with others without presenting a persona. The question is whether that persona or "person" is one of our creation, under our control, or a "person" created by the Crown, under their control.

Courts in “western” or British influenced countries have become commercial courts with the specific mandate to act for the benefit of the Crown.

The courts only deal with the "legal person" via statute law legislated by Crown obligated government. It is only in this venue that these courts can exercise jurisdiction over a man/woman. In other words, these courts must establish or assume that you are a "person" of their creation, i.e. a "legal person" before they can assume jurisdiction over any man/woman.

"The only legal person known to our form of law is the corporation, the body corporate." Hague v. Cancer Relief & Research Institute, [1939] 4 DLR 191 (Man. K.B.)

Read any legislative act and be aware that these all pertain to the “person," their "person." The terms which directly relate to a man/woman are found only with very rare exception and then for specific reasons which sometimes include the purpose of deceiving.

“God hath given you one face, and you make yourself another.” Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act III, scene i

Every corporation is a "person" and is incorporated when it is attached to a human being to give it animation, to speak through or for it, to represent it. Every corporation requires a human being to create it or to request its creation. The requestor/creator or their consenting human designate becomes the voice for the person. Corporations achieve immortality through the succession of consenting human designates. Hence “Every person is a human being.”

"In 1522 Fineux C.J. after telling how some corporations are made by the king, others by the pope, others by both king and pope, adds that there are corporations by the common law, for, says he, "the parliament of the king and the lords and the commons are a corporation.”” The Crown as Corporation, by Frederic Maitland, 1901

We may represent a person of our creation or one of the Crown's design, or no a person at all--as we choose.

Every human being has the inalienable right to be considered a person--or to not be considered a person. The UN Declaration of Human Rights, Article 6, and the International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights, Article 16, state:

"Everyone shall have the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law."

Only those corporations created by and acting in right of a monarch or someone claiming a divine right can create and grant personhood to corporations.

I have that divine right, don't you?

Being considered a "person" is a right and as such it can be refused if or when it suits us, i.e. "not every human being a person." 

Exercise your right to choose, don't leave it to the assumption of others.


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