More to Know About Your Name

12405-judge2banna  Judge Anna von Reitz

Yesterday, we touched on the fact that you are not your name, that it is a “thing” separate from you, akin to a tool, or a conveyance like a bicycle, that you are given and that you hold as a possession. You are its first “Holder in Due Course” and nobody using your name at any time after that can claim a greater claim to it.

But there are some difficulties…..

For example, what if you have a common name like, “John Robert Brown”? There can be real confusion about who is who and even, as we shall see, what is what— associated with a name.

Let’s go back to the Bible where most conundrums appear in literature. God gave Adam the job of naming things and animals. That much is clear and clearly stated in the Book of Genesis, but, although naming people is not forbidden, it is not mandated, either.

Hmm….. that, together with the odd nature of names gives rise to a certain amount of trepidation and even superstition regarding names applied to people and also some long-standing questions about the Mark of the Beast. Obviously, names are a “mark” of beasts, because animals are supposed to be named.

When we adopt a name, do we necessarily also diminish ourselves to the status of beasts?

And what about “nicknames”? Those names that we give each other like “D-Day” and “Sparky”, as well as “assumed names” that we use as “noms de plume” as writers and “noms de guerre” which people sometimes adopt to escape detection or carry on business in wartime? Isn’t “Nick” another name for Satan—the Father of All Lies?

Are names applied to people essentially all lies? — A sort of “convention of falsehood” that is convenient, but imperfect, and not to be taken seriously?

In America, it is common today, “I’m John Smith from Abilene.” –but in Germany and most other European countries and languages, this same information has to be translated as “I am called John Smith from the town called Abilene.”

Both the Germanic and Romantic languages make a clear distinction between the man and the thing, the name, by which he is called. They recognize that the man is not the name and vice versa— a point that Americans need to remember and note along with everyone else on the planet.

As we have learned thanks to the diligence of friends in Australia and thanks to the Great Researcher, Frank O’Collins, the NAME that the governments use is not a name. It is a sign. A mark like a brand on an animal, in the literal sense. It is called a “dead ledger”—- or an “account” that hails from the Egyptian Book of the Dead and even farther back.

The ACCOUNT is not a name.

It merely appears to be your name written in all capital letters, which is a form of corrupt Ancient Latin. This use of all capital letters has been adopted as “American Sign Language”, but is also known as Glossa, and as “the poisonous text”, because while it appears to be your name, it isn’t, and it is commonly embedded into English text in ways that seem to use it as your name.

See the definition of “GLOSSA” given in Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Edition.

So you have a name that isn’t you and you have an ACCOUNT that looks like you name that isn’t your name.

The plot thickens….

About David Robinson

David Robinson is an Author and Journalist living in the mid-coast area of Maine. He is a Graduate and Alumni of the Brunswick Police Academy. He served as a JUROR seated on the Cumberland County, Maine, Grand Jury for the first four month session of 2014. Publisher Robinson served 3 months of a 4 month sentence for Conspiracy to defraud the United States, at the FCI Berlin minimum security Satellite Camp in Berlin New Hampshire, as retaliation after he and a friend sued the IRS, unsuccessfully, for Unfair Trade Practices, under Title 15 of the US Code. http://tinyurl.com/hm8gdls http://tinyurl.com/gwdyaps.
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