Saturday, January 16, 2021

In Reality, What is Common Law?

This is a reminder that such does exist.  The state is rather unimportant in its implimentation and it really does need to fall back on the natural community and its chosen magistrate.

We ultimately need to revert to this approach.

whole bodies of enacted law would be better served or disserved at that community level and can be reversed by exiting the community and forcing a more formal platform.

THe fact is that dispute is a human trait usually calling for a somewhat neutral umpire.  .

In Reality, What is Common Law || Joosse Wolter

By Joosse Wolter, Contributing Writer

January 14, 2021


It is said, that we are returning to the common law, but few of us understand, what is meant by that. What is this common law?

The word 'common' indicates already immediately, that it must be common to all, and to everything that naturally exists. This means that Common Law applies equally to everything around us. It applies to all People and to all species, no matter what kind. All that was created by our Prime Creator was created equal, and was created for everything to function absolutely perfectly. Equal means, that all is in perfectly balanced. Sadly, it appears, however, that man has disturbed the balance of Nature, by declaring himself more important, and superior to any other creation. In so doing, he has created the chaos that is now clearly apparent around us today. So, who created this 'common' law, and who wrote it? More importantly, by whose authority was it created?

The first, and most important thing to understand is, that common law has nothing to do with any religion. However, many religions are founded on the principles of common law, even though many who practice religion do not live by what they practice, or supposed to uphold. Common law is the Law of Our Prime Creator, often referred to as Almighty God. Common law is not in any form, or text, but was installed by Our Prime Creator into the consciousness of everyone, and everything, at the time of creation.

"33 . . . this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel;
after those day, saith the Lord, I will put my law in their inward parts, and
write it in their hearts . . . 
34 . . . they shall all know me, from the least of them unto the greatest of them,
saith the Lord . . . "

Jeremiah Chapter 31

To ensure that our common law was maintained, upheld, and administered within our communities, Our Prime Creator appointed Trustees, and Judges to act in His Name.

"15. By me kings rein, and princes decree justice.
16. By me princes rule, and nobles, even all the judges of the earth."

Proverbs Chapter 8

Kings are therefore mere Trustees acting in God's Name for the common good of We, the People. Now a Trustee cannot create personal wealth whilst in his position, as Trustee. He can only act in the interest, and for the benefit of, the beneficiaries, which are We, the People within each nation. Hence the supposed wealth of Elizabeth II, or the Queen of Holland, or any other, for instance, cannot be claimed to be personal wealth, but is in truth reality common wealth, or the National Estate belonging to We, the People. That means this wealth is, and remains, the inviolable inheritance of We, the People within each nation. It is held in common, and is to be administered by the Trustee, for the good of We, the People.

Because our common law was not written anywhere for all to see, it is overlooked, or deliberately kept hidden. It appears, that we have become so mind-conditioned, today, that we only recognize statute law, created by man, as valid and binding law. Common Law is all that is fair, equal, and reasonable. What is good for one, must be good for the other. At different stages, in earlier times, attempts have been made to codify the common law for the benefit of We, the People:

"Dunwallo Molmutius . . . issued the famous Molmutian Laws [See Geoffrey
of Monmouth, Book II Chapter 17]. His so-called Triads are printed in
English and Welsh by Owen in 'Ancient Laws and Institutes of Wales". [See
also 'Law Triads of the Ancient Britons', translated by the Rev. Peter Roberts,
and 'Ancient Welsh Laws', translated by William Probert]."

Sir Francis Palgrave, 'The Rise and Progress of the
English Commonwealth' 1832 Part 1, pages 24,28 & 581

"The lawgiver, Molmutius, 450 B.C., based his laws on the code of Brutus,
1100 B.C. . . . King Alfred, it is recorded, employed his scribe, Asser . . . to
translate the Molmutine laws from the Celtic tongue into Latin, in order that
he might incorporate them into his own Anglo-Saxon code."

Mrs. Isabel Elder, 'Celt, Druid and Culdee'
At pages 22 and 23

"Brutus . . . was also Great Britain's original law-giver, introducing the
common law that has been the foundation of British or Saxon liberty ever
since . . . Lord Chancellor Fortescue in his work on the Laws of England
observes: ' . . . the kingdom of Britain and its original [laws] from Brutus of
the Trojans'."

Frederick Haberman, 'Tracing Our White Ancestors'
at page 101

"Sir William Blackstone, in his 'Commentaries of the Laws of England' ,

 deals with Brutus as our first law-giver: 'Brutus, the first king of this land, as
soon as he had settled himself in his kingdom, for the safe and peaceable
government of his people, wrote a book in the Greek tongue calling it the
laws of Britons, and he collected the same out of the laws of the Trojans . . . '"

Mrs. Gladys Taylor, 'The Magnet of the Isles'
at page 29

" . . . it is on the authority of the great legal writers, Fortescue and Coke, that
the Molmutine Laws have been always regarded as the foundation and
bulwark of British liberties, and have remained from this time the common,
unwritten or native laws of the Island . . . "

Mrs. Wanda Teakle, A Short History of the Common Law,'
at page 4

The Molmutine Law is based solely on the Law of Nature. It is simple and easily understood. It could still apply today, because it is fair and reasonable. Please note that highlights in bold have been added [above and below] by me, to highlight key words and phrases.

" 1. There are three test of civil liberty:
(a) equality of rights . . .
2. There are three causes which ruin a State:
(b) corruption of justice . . .
3. There are three things which cannot be considered solid longer than their
foundations are solid:
(c) law.
4. There are three things indispensable to a true union of nations:
(a) sameness of laws . . .
6. There are three things that require the unanimous vote of the nation to
(a) deposition of the Sovereign, (b) introduction of novelties in religion. 
(c) suspension of law.
7. There are three civil birthrights of every Briton:
(b) the right, wherever he is, to protection for his land and from the
Sovereign . . .
8. There are three property birthrights for every Briton:
(a) five (British) acres of land for a home, (b) the right to keep and bear 
arms, (c) the right of suffrage in the enacting of the laws.
9. There are three guarantees of Society:
(a) security of life and limb, (b) security of property, (c) security of the
rights of nature.
10. There are three things the safety of which depends on that of the others:
(a) the sovereignty . . . (c) just administration of laws.
11. There are three things which every Briton may legally be compelled to
(a) the worship of God, (b) military service, (c) the Courts of Law.
14. There are three things whose power is kingly in law:
(a) the Sovereign paramount of Britain over all Britain and is Isles, (b) the
Princes Palatine in their princedoms . . .
16. There are three persons who have right to public maintenance:
(a) the old, (b) the babe . . .

The Molmutine Law, See Mrs. E. O Gordon
'Prehistoric London,' at pages 103 & 104

" . . . the highest form of knowledge is knowledge of the essential nature of 
goodness, from which things that are just and so on derive their usefulness
and value . . . our society will not be properly regulated unless it is in charge
of a Guardian who has this knowledge."