Originally posted by HappilyEverAfter
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler
Article one of that treaty, as read below, seems very short and very clear, at least to me.
The way I read the opening statement, shows address to the attendees of the signing of the treaty.
His Brittanic Majesty acknowledges the said United States, viz., New Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay, Rhode Island and Providence Plantations,
Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia, to be free sovereign and
independent states, that he treats with them as such, and for himself, his heirs, and successors, relinquishes all claims to the government,
propriety, and territorial rights of the same and every part thereof.
I grant you it's very confusing and I think a little misleading but His Brittanic Majesty is just one facet of who the King is.
Relinguishing his power as Brittanic Majesty does not necessarily mean he is relinguishing his power as our Prince Elector, or as our
Nor does it say who as Brittanic Majesty he is relinquishing them too. Is he relinguishing his claim and ceding us power, or is he just relinquishing
his claim and allowing Rome to retain their power through him as our Prince Elector and Arch-Treasurer.
Each title in his name is actually an office and we don't know actually from the main treaty what exactly are the powers and rights and obligations
of each office as they are all derived from seperate treaties.
It's also important to understand where it says in the King's title by the Grace of God he is all these things because a seperate treaty from
centuries before actually legally establishes the Pope as God!
The Pope is God's legally recognized agent by treaties and concordances established between England and several other nations and the Holy See.
So you have to understand that while when you and I might be inclined to think when the King says by the Grace of God he is the Prince Elector and
Arch Treasurer of the United States which are seperate offices other than Britanic Majesty, and that God is not the Biblical God in heaven but his
legally established agent the Pope in Rome by other Treaties, that the Prince Elector, and Arch-Treasurer offices which are not the Britanic Majesty
Offices did not relinquish anything, nor did the God which is also a legally established office and not a deity in heaven but a Pontiff in Rome did
not relinguish nor grant him the power to relinquish his power as Prince Elector or arch-Treasurer of the United States which he was not as Britanic
Majesty but as an Agent and officer and official and Prince and Prince Elector of Rome.
This in my humble opinion is what throws everyone off. I am not 100% sure I am right, but you know how lawyers are and their contracts and all these
guys where lawyers!
Additionally the other matter for consideration is the fact that it explains at the end of the pre-amble that they have all personally communicated to
one another their 'true and respective powers'.
They communicated it to one another, but not in the treaty as most of their true and respected powers especially those pertaining to the King or
established in other Treaties.
I don't know if it's wise to so casually dismiss it all based on assumption because there is plenty of circumstancial evidence in our money, in our
laws, and in our architecture that Rome plays a significant if not dominant role.
The point being here in this thread though, that the blood line connections from U.S. Presidents to Kings and Queens is powerful, and the Kings and
Queens real power and position originally came from Rome, and they were very much still Officers and Officials who owed their Titles to Rome at the
time of the nations founding.
Food for thought friend nothing more, you be your own judge as every person must ultimately define their own truth.
Thanks for indulging me.
Great find by the way on the little girls work.