Friday, 7 October 2016

The Revolt Of The Mushrooms

Dear Average, To Say Couch-Potato, American,

Incarnate souls like me are not here to save you (let alone from yourselves).  You deserve to be sold into slavery, for being so unaware, while you were being systematically encircled and infiltrated by the equivalent of wolves.  But we will save this nation, in spite of your being asleep at your post; because it deserves to be saved, for its high ideals.

What are those ideals?

Primarily - for the example of this particular blog - the ideal of freedom.  What is called ‘essential liberty’.  From an oppressive state, running The People’s lives to within an inch of their lives.  Rather,  allowing for the exercise of free will.  Which is, after all, the whole point of the exercise.  The exercise, in soul growth, development, education.  On their way to becoming ‘gods ‘ - creators - in their own right.  As sparks - facets, fractals, aspects, points of view - of their creator Source.  Ready, now, to move up a notch - a grade, as it were.

Some, of them.  Others, to be left behind, having flunked the testing grade; having, rather, to remain in a 3D classroom.

Somewhere.  But not here.  This classroom is going Up, with those souls who have made the grade.

But in what way will this nation be ‘saved’?

As an ideal.  Not as in its details. 

For example.

From its very beginning, there has been a built-in question -  exercise in education - resulting in a ’battle’ between the ‘Federalists’ and the ‘Anti-Federalists,’ i.e., between those promoting a strong central/national  government, and those promoting a strong ‘federal’ form of government, which keeps the sovereignty of the individual states basically  intact, i.e., in those areas not specifically delegated to the central government by/in the Constitution - the so-called ‘enumerated powers’.  A concept - exercise; field of battle - carried down to our day. 

When I - for one - began questioning all this (another story), I realized that the idea of our, quote, ‘constitutional rights’ was misleading, had a flaw in it (and deliberately intended, I am convinced; as events would prove in our day, with the takeover plot on the boil).  People talk as if the Constitution 'preserves their rights'.  What it actually does is limit the federal government from encroaching on our rights.  Our rights, in a federal form of government, are - and need to be - secured for us by our individual States’s constitutions.  As ‘pointed out’  specifically in the Fifth and 14th Amendments.  ‘The Fifth’ - as it has become well known, via individuals pleading it in order to keep from having possibly to incriminate themselves in a criminal trial - contains as well the following phrase:

“No person…nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law…”  That is directed to the federal government.  As is all of the Bill of Rights.  It is saying that the federal government cannot do such-and-such - is spelling out, in some examples as contained in the Bill of Rights, powers that are not being ceded to the central/federal government by the Constitution.  This is clarified by the 14th Amendment’s declaration:

“…nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law…”  Up until then - i.e., July of 1868; nearly 100 years after the ratification of the Constitution - the States could do that sort of thing, because people’s rights were secured for them by their State’s constitutions.  

Further: the 14th Amendment did not say, in effect, that ‘all powers formerly reserved to the States or to the people shall now reside in the federal government’.  But a weakening of clarity in the law came about through the 14th (via a ‘doctrine’ - legalistic mumbo jumbo - called ‘incorporation’; another story).  And as near as I could find, in my sleuthing into this subject by going to the UCLA Law Library and looking up case histories, the damaging blow to clarity on this issue came about by a SCOTUS decision, in the early 1940s, regarding someone burning the American flag as a political protest, and the SCOTUS decision turned the Constitution on its head, and had the First Amendment - regarding free speech - apply from the federal government to the States.   And the rest is history.

And is moot now, anyway.  (As is the question around the actual ratification of the 14th Amendment.  And the 16th.  And……)  Because it’s time for something else to come into being, now.  It's time for  

a - the - New Order of Things.  Wherein we shall live in alignment with the will of God.  As personified by high spiritual beings; helping us - guiding us - in our lives in

the Real Thing.

That is to say - as I pointed out above - 

some. Of us.

The rest?

Good luck.  As you are held back - by yourselves; identified by your own aura - for some more seasoning, in the 3D grade, of duality, and - seeming - separation.

To do a better job of it in your next go 'round.

A better job, of proving that you are ready to become a full-fledged creator apprentice.

As for the rest of us?

What a treat is in store.  

For those who stay the course.


And as for staying the course; this:

from ’Supreme Court Slaps Down Obama’ - tdcadmin - October 7 (orig. posted at - Norvell Rose - October 3)

kibitzer3 a few seconds ago (October 7)

The country needs to go all the way with this Usurper, and have its oath takers become oath KEEPERS by arresting him - on a whole host of charges by now, including fraud, perjury, and treason - and holding him for trial, in a REAL court of law, i.e., not under Admiralty Law but under Common Law. And that way, all the legislation that he has signed into law, and all the E.O.'s and P.D.'s that he has issued, and all the appointments that he has made - including to the SCOTUS, and inferior courts - go with him, into the trash bin. It needs to be as if he were never there. Because he has never been there legally.

This whole issue, about his eligibility, is not rocket science. It's simply a matter of being able to read English with even a modicum of comprehension. Quote: "The natives, or natural born citizens, are those born in the country, of parents who are citizens..." (That's what makes it 'natural,' for heaven's sake.) That is from the definitive tome of the day on such matters, E. de Vattel's 'The Law of Nations' (Book One, CH. XIX, Sect. 212. Look it up, it's on the Internet). The whole POINT on the part of the constitutional Framers in making a 'natural born citizen' an eligibility requirement for the office of the presidency was to make sure that the occupant of that office, who would as well, then, become the Commander in Chief of the nation's military forces - had NO DUAL OR OTHERWISE CONFLICTING LOYALTIES OR ALLEGIANCES OR INFLUENCES. Had SOLE ALLEGIANCE to the U.S.

And we have certainly seen, in the illegal occupancy of that office by the Usurper, the wisdom of their attempt to keep this nation free from being hijacked, by its skipper not having sole allegiance to it. They did their job. Now it's our turn to do ours.

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