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Moorish Science Talking points below:

Eon or Age = 2166; end of a cycle

Jesus = Justice

Jesus was born of the Virgin = Virgo

The Bible nor the Qur’an are  religious books, they are science books for the Sun in our solar system.

Zudiacus = Wombman

Islam = I self Law am master

Allah = All Law



Members of CORPORATE organizations are “slaves”

Sovereignty means, “I am”

3 issues @ law are Status, Jurisdiction and Adjudication


An agreement, upon sufficient consideration, to do or not to do a particular thing. 2 Bl. Comm. 442; 2 Kent, Comm. 449. Justice v. Lang, 42 N. Y. 496, 1 Am. Rep. 576; Edwards v. Kearzey, 96 U. S. 599, 24 L. Ed. 793; Canterberry v. Miller, 76 111. 355. A covenant or agreement between two or more persons, with a lawful consideration or cause. Jacob. A deliberate engagement between competent parties, upon a legal consideration, to do or abstain from doing, some act. Wharton. A contract or agreement is either where a promise is made on one side and assented to on the other; or where two or more persons enter into engagement with each other by a promise on either side. 2 Steph. Comm. 54. A contract is an agreement by which one person obligates himself to another to give, to do. or permit, or not to do. something expressed or implied by such agreement. Civ. Code I,a. art. 1761; Fislc v. Police Jury. 34 La. Ann. 45. A contract is an agreement to do or not to do a certain thing. Civ. Code Cal. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


The act by which one who was unfree or under the power and control of another, is set at liberty and madeliis own master. Fremont v. Sandowu, 50 N. H. 303; Porter v. Powell. 79 Iowa, 151, 44N. W. 295, 7 L. R. A. 170, 18 Am. St. Bep. 353; Varney v. Young, 11 Vt. 258.In Roman law. The enfranchisement of a son by his father, which was anciently done by the formality of an imaginary sale. This was abolished by Justinian, who substituted the simpler proceeding of a man mission before a magistrate. Inst 1, 12, 6. In Louisiana. The emancipation of minors is especially recognized and regulated by law. In England. The term “emancipation” has been borrowed from the Roman law, and is constantly used in the law of parochial settlements. 7 Adol. & E. (N. S.) 574, note. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


As a noun, this term denotes a single person as distinguished from a group or class, and also, very commonly, a private or natural person as distinguished from a partnership, corporation, or association ; but it is said that this restrictive signification is not necessarily inherent in tbe word, and that it may, in proper cases, include artificial persons. See Bank of U. S. v. State, 12 Smedes & M. (Miss.) 400; State v. Bell Telephone Co.. 30 Ohio St. 310, 38 Am. Rep. 583; Pennsylvania it. Co. v. Canal Com’rs, 21 Pa. 20. As an adjective, “individual” means pertaining or belonging to, or characteristic of, one single person, either in opposition to a firm, association, or corporation, or considered in his relation thereto. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


Belonging to a corporation ; as a corporate name. Incorporated; as a corporate body. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition

plied with the terms of the deed of trust. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


1. Guarding; care; charge; as, the ward of a castle; so in the phrase “watch and ward.” 2. A division in the city of London committed to the special ward (guardianship) of an alderman. 3. A territorial division is adopted in most American cities by which the municipality is separated into a number of precincts or districts called “wards” for purposes of police, sanitary regulations, prevention of fires, elections, etc. 4. A corridor, room, or other division of a prison, hospital, or asylum. 5. An infant placed by authority of law under the care of a guardian. The person over whom or over whose prop WARD 1218 WARRANDICE N 0 R U erty a guardian is appointed is called his “ward.” Civ. Code Cal. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


An infant or person who is under the age of legal competence. A term derived from the civil law, which described a person under a certain age as less than so many years. Minor v Ujinti quinque annis, one less than twenty-five years of age. Inst. 1, 14, 2. Also, less; of less consideration; lower; a person of inferior condition. Fleta, 2, 47. 13, 15; Calvin. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


For himself; in his own behalf; in person. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


To follow up; to carry on an action or other judicial proceeding; to proceed against a person criminally. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


In practice. He who prosecutes another for a crime in the name of the government. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


the name of the district or state’s attorney who conducts criminal proceedings against accused people. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


In general, A member of a free city or jural society, (civitas.) possessing all the rights and privileges which can be enjoyed by any person under its constitution and government, and subject to the corresponding duties. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


That quality or character which arises from the fact of a person belonging to a nation or state. Nationality determines the political status of the individual, especially with reference to allegiance; while domicile determines his civil status. Nationality arises either by birth or by naturalization. According to Savigny, nationality is also used as opposed to territoriality, for the purpose of distinguishing the case of a nation having no national territory; e. g., the Jews. 8 Sav. Syst. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


The act or practice of playing games for stakes or wagers; gambling; the playing at any game of hazard. An agreement between two or more persons to play together at a game of chance for a stake or wager which is to become the property of the winner, and to which all contribute. In re Stewart (D. C.) 21 Fed. 398; People v.Todd, 51 Hun, 440, 4 N. Y. Supp. 25; State v. Shaw, 39 Minn. 153. 39 N. W. 305; Statev. Morgan, 133 N. C. 743, 45 S. E. 1033. Gaming is an agreement between two or more to risk money on a contest or chance of any kind, where one must be loser and the other gainer. Bell v. State, 5 Sneed (Tenn.) 507. In general, the words “gaming” and “gambling, in statutes, are similar in meaning, and either one comprehends the idea that, by a bet, by chance, by some exercise of skill, orby the transpiring of some event unknown until it occurs, something of value is, as the conclusion of premises agreed, to be transferred from a loser to a winner, with out which latter element there is no gaming or gambling. Bish. St. Crimes, Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


Any agreement offered in the take it or leave it basis. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


In the civil law. An adjudication. The judgment of the court that the subject-matter is the property of one of the litigants; confirmation of title by judgment. Mackeld. Rom. Law, Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


That which has or gives color. That which is in appearance only, and not in reality, what it purports to be. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


By common usage in America, this term, in such phrases as “colored persons,” “the colored race,” “colored men,” and the like, is used to designate negroes or persons of the African race, including all persons of mixed blood descended from negro ancestry. Van Camp v. Board of Education, 9 Ohio St. 411; U. S. v. La Coste, 20 Fed. Cas. S29; Jones v. Com., 80 Va. 542; Heirn v. Bridault, 37 Miss. 222; State v. Chavers, 50 N. C. 15; Johnson v. Norwich, 29 Conn. 407. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


A person who is wholly subject to the will of another; one who has no freedom of action, but whose person and services are wholly under the control of another. Webster. One who Is under the power of a master, and who belongs to him ; so that the master may sell and dispose of his person, of his industry, and of his labor, without his being able to do anything, have anything, or acquire anything, but what must belong to his master. Civ. Code La. art. 35. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


In one’s own proper person. In quo quis delinquit, in eo de jure est puniendus. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


The possession of sovereign power; supreme political authority; paramount control of the constitution and frame of government and Its administration ; the self-sufficient source of political power, from which all specific political powers are derived; the international independence of a state, combined with the right and power of regulating its internal affairs without foreign dictation; also a political society, or state, which is sovereign and independent. See Chisholm v. Georgia, 2 Dall. 455, 1 L. Ed. 440: Union Bank v. Hill, 3 Cold. (Tenn.) 325; Moore v. Shaw, 17 Cal. 218, 79 Am. Dec. 123. “The freedom of the nation has its correlate in the sovereignty of the nation. Political sovereignty is the assertion of the self-determinate will of the organic people, and in this there is the manifestation of its freedom. It is in and through the determination of its sovereignty that the order of the nation is constituted and maintained.” Mulford, Nation, p. 129. “If a determinate human superior, not in a habit of obedience to a like superior, receive habitual obedience from the bulk of a given society, that determinate superior is sovereign in that society, and the society (including the superior) is a society political and independent.” Aust. Jur. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


The power and authority constitutionally conferred upon (or constitutionally recognized as existing in) a court or judge to pronounce the sentence of the law, or to award the remedies provided by law, upon a state of facts, proved or admitted, referred to the tribunal for decision, and authorized by law to be the subject of investigation or action by that tribunal, and in favor of or against persons (or a res) who present themselves, or who are brought, before the court in some manner sanctioned by law as proper and sufficient. 1 Black, Judgm. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


The status of a person is his legal position or condition. Thus, when we say that the status of a woman after a decree nisi for the dissolution of her marriage with her husband has been made, but before it has been made absolute, is that of a married woman, we mean that she has the same legal rights, liabilities, and disabilities as an ordinary married woman. The term is chiefly applied to persons under disability, or per- sons who have some peculiar condition which prevents the general law from applying to them in the same way as it does to ordinary persons. Sweet. See Barney v. Tourtellotte, 138 Mass. 108; De la Montanya v. De la Montanya, 112 Cal. 115. 44 Pac. 345, 32 L. R. A. 82, 53 Am. St. Rep. 105; Dunham v. Dunham, 57 111. App. 407. There are certain rights and duties, with cer- tain capacities and incapacities to take rights and incur duties, by which persons, as subjects of law, are variously determined to certain classes. The rights, duties, capacities, or incapacities which determine a given person to any of these classes, constitute a condition or status with which the person is invested. Aust. Jur. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


A general, indefinite term for the measure and representative of value; currency; the circulating medium ; cash. Money is a generic term, and embraces every description of coin or bank-notes recognized by common consent as a representative of value in effecting exchanges of property or payment of debts. Hopson v. Fountain. 5 Humph. (Tenn.) 140. Money is used in a specific and also in a general and more comprehensive sense. In its specific sense, it means what is coined or stamped by public authority, and has its determinate value fixed by governments. In its more comprehensive and general sense, it means wealth. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition


late 14c., from Old French zodiaque, from Latin zodiacus “zodiac,” from Greek zodiakos (kyklos) “zodiac (circle),” literally “circle of little animals,” from zodiaion, diminutive of zoion “animal” (from PIE root *gwei- “to live”).

Libra is not an animal, but it was not a zodiac constellation to the Greeks, who reckoned 11 but counted Scorpio and its claws (including what is now Libra) as a “double constellation.” Libra was figured back in by the Romans. In Old English the zodiac was twelf tacna “the twelve signs,” and in Middle English also Our Ladye’s Waye and the Girdle of the Sky.

also from late 14c. source: etymonline


In public law, The organic and fundamental law of a nation or state, which may be written or unwritten, establishing the character and conception of Its government, laying the basic principles to which its internal life is to be conformed, organizing the government, and regulating, distributing, and limiting the functions of its different departments, and prescribing the extent and manner of the exercise of sovereign powers. In a more general sense, any fundamental or important law or edict; as the Novel Constitutions of Justinian; the Constitutions of Clarendon. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition

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