The Perfect Crime : the quasi trust law system


The Perfect Crime : the quasi trust law system

A quasi is a copy of the real thing, a counterfeit, also defacto as in defacto government.

The CRIME of Conversion : converting the Creditor into the Debtor and the administrator into the Creditor, rendering all profit to go to the BAR and ultimately to the private banking system.[1]

Persons that have sworn an oath to the BAR, being the office of Administrator, such as Judge, Magistrate or oath swearer of the BAR, can never return to the office of Debtor or Creditor. The Masonic Order.

Successful execution of the PERFECT-FRAUD that syphons the energy and mineral wealth of the public from the office of Creditor into the office of Administrator through a deceptive False quasi Trust by a private corporation passing itself off as the government.

Three World War Strategy
The Administrator must kill the Debtor before the Debtor becomes aware that he was the Creditor all along and that is why War was invented. To deceive the Creditors into killing each other in order that the Administrator never has to settle the debts because the true Creditors killed each other without a will.
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From the use of a Birth Certificate
The JOHN PAUL Ledger and the SMITH Ledger are both on the tomb stone, JOHN PAUL was born of the registration date, and the SMITH Ledger was birthed on the born date, that is why they both appear, to signify the end of the Trust. The born date identifies that you held the (Surname) Debtor Ledger and never returned home to the Tree of Life.

The Degradation of Language
According to Rudolf Steiner, it is characteristic of the present culture of Ahrimanic scientism and Anglo-American economic imperialism that language has lost its instinctive spiritual meaning; that is, the connection is lost between the literal word and the spiritual impulse that constitutes meaning.

Without real, spiritual content, language consists only of “empty phrases”, such as rule by the will of the people, the free world, individual freedom, and so on. These phrases are largely devoid of reality in our socio-political structure; here the pervasive actuality is the power of money over Men and over life. And where the empty phrase rules in language, mere conventions — rather than living human contact — rule in social life, and mere routine — rather than lively human interest — rules in economic life.

And: “It is only a short step from the empty phrase to the lie.” Again, this is especially true in politics and economics, for the prevalence of empty words makes possible the falsification of realities — a potent weapon in the hands of those with occult, conscious intentions to manipulate people for devious ends. In our time, people en masse act as if they are possessed by evil forces, because, in a way, they are.

The demons of materialism speak through empty words. A language in which the demons of materialism have taken the place of human spiritual impulses can lead only to destruction.

Certainly Steiner was not the only one to notice this aspect of modern language. George Orwell was perhaps the most prominent writer to decry this trend. See, for instance, his classic essay “Politics and the English Language”. He envisioned the dehumanization of language becoming deliberately intensified in the “newspeak” of the Ahrimanic nightmare 1984. Having no apparent knowledge of spiritual science, and working with only keen observation and a love of truth, he saw what was happening in the political discourse of Western Europe and carried to extremes in the totalitarian regimes.

On the socio-political level, the antidote for this poison of empty words is the liberation of cultural life, especially education, from political and financial power. (As outlined in Steiner’s concept of the “threefold commonwealth”: the separation of the political-rights state, the spiritual-cultural sphere, and the economic sector — along with the elimination of egotism and coercion from the economy.)

On the individual-personal level, the antidote is the infusion of active, creative thought into language, thus creating a language in which the words point to the thoughts, evoking living thinking in the listeners. If we do not put effort into creating our original thoughts, then ready-made pseudo-thoughts, trite words and phrases, come automatically to mind and carry us along with them, resulting in “thinking almost entirely without thoughts”.

We can at least make the effort to resist these ready-made phrases and generalisations that effortlessly come to mind, and to form mental pictures of particular people, things, and events — and further, to make original word-formations describing these things and pictures from varying points of view. The essential point is that we not let our speaking and writing be determined by unconscious influences, but that we call forth through our own efforts new, original thought-creations and convey them with original, fluid, artistic word-formations.

We will not always fully succeed; we are not all poets all the time; but if we consciously make this effort, then we will go far toward recovering the lost human-spirituality of language, and consequently, toward the humanisation of culture. (I will say more on this subject in another context.)

And, not incidentally, we will thus progress toward living consciously in the thinking-free-of-literal-words that is the “language” of the spirit-soul world in which we will live after death.
“Men must learn to see through words; they will have to acquire the capacity to grasp the gesture in language.”
[From Symptom to Reality in Modern History, p. 124]

 


 

 


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The Perfect Crime : the quasi trust law system

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