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Your Birth Certificate is Worth Millions

 
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What I mean by wheat from chaff is separating those who know, or at least learn, who they truly are and those who go through life always thinking they are merely a NAME and NUMBER. Perhaps the banker's job, doing God's work as Blankfein said, is to provide the tests?

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if considered this but the secrecy about it all just seems downright dishonorable and fraudulent. i cant get past that part, not yet anyway.


SS-521 references the MARK. Hmm, what is Mark 5:21-43 about? Jesus passing by boat (passing is the term used to describe obtaining Fellow Craft degree) to raise (term for obtaining Master Mason degree) a person FROM THE DEAD. The NAME and NUMBER is the DEAD PERSON on the waters of commerce. So can we say that, by autographing the 521 form with a MARK, we are raising ourselves from the dead and placing ourselves back on the land of the living?

It's all intertwined. I haven't figured it all out yet myself but you'll have a hard time sorting this complex topic out without incorporating Freemasonry and Scripture. The clues are there.
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another of my personal theories of masonry is that it is older than all world religions (even though 'free'masons claim that today is their 300th anniversary) and may have created each of these competing religions for a purpose.

some say jesus was a mason? as shown by the calendar link, they certainly have a lodge and jurisdiction dedicated to melchezaduk.

yes, most complex mystery but as i wrote, the secrecy of all this just does not feel right.

and look at the shape of things on this planet.. if the grand scheme they have been secretly working on for thousands of years was ultimately for mankinds (as a whole) benefit, it certainly does not seem that way at all.

but eitherway, i can not confirm or deny any wrongdoing or righteousness by masons so until then, i wont condemn nor support them.
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Freemasonry is a remnant of the Technology brought to earth by the Watchers. The technology and the DNA alterations in animals, the crossbreeding of women and the Watchers was to be destroyed by the flood of Noah.

Ham, a son of Noah, took as his wife, Egyptus, she was a Nephilim, the result of a watcher breeding with a woman.

While the technology was destroyed in the flood, the knowledge of the tech was still here, it was recorded by Enoch (see the Book of Enoch), recovered from below temple mount, reborn via the "Renaissance" and continues to progress today.

Secret societies were born to keep this tech hidden from the masses, shown only to a few for control and subjection.

That is why Jesus said (reportedly) "But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be."

The Masons were temple builders (the craft of cutting stone and building), since building in stone and the cutting of stone was one of the few crafts (technologies) that could still be expressed after the flood.

Imagine if we all woke up tomorrow and a pole shift (which also happened before) stopped or nearly all electronics. We would know what could be done, but we would not be able to actually do most of it. That was what happened after the flood.

The Dark Ages where the Roman Catholic churches last stand to keep the Technology from awakening the masses. They knew it would be their downfall, the truth always is...

We are now in the Apocalypse, the uncovering of everything to all of those who will see, and this post, this thread and the keys to freeing ourselves from the bonds of peonage is part of it all.

That is where I am in this, only my perspective.

CERN and DNA manipulation, allowing other beings to enter into our partially protected sphere is the final step and is in progress now, if you believe this sort of thing...
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Freemasonry is a remnant of the Technology brought to earth by the Watchers. The technology and the DNA alterations in animals, the crossbreeding of women and the Watchers was to be destroyed by the flood of Noah.

Ham, a son of Noah, took as his wife, Egyptus, she was a Nephilim, the result of a watcher breeding with a woman.

While the technology was destroyed in the flood, the knowledge of the tech was still here, it was recorded by Enoch (see the Book of Enoch), recovered from below temple mount, reborn via the "Renaissance" and continues to progress today.

Secret societies were born to keep this tech hidden from the masses, shown only to a few for control and subjection.

That is why Jesus said (reportedly) "But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be."

The Masons were temple builders (the craft of cutting stone and building), since building in stone and the cutting of stone was one of the few crafts (technologies) that could still be expressed after the flood.

Imagine if we all woke up tomorrow and a pole shift (which also happened before) stopped or nearly all electronics. We would know what could be done, but we would not be able to actually do most of it. That was what happened after the flood.

The Dark Ages where the Roman Catholic churches last stand to keep the Technology from awakening the masses. They knew it would be their downfall, the truth always is...

We are now in the Apocalypse, the uncovering of everything to all of those who will see, and this post, this thread and the keys to freeing ourselves from the bonds of peonage is part of it all.

That is where I am in this, only my perspective.

CERN and DNA manipulation, allowing other beings to enter into our partially protected sphere is the final step and is in progress now, if you believe this sort of thing...
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i like how you put this together here. short and right to the point.

ive read things like this and it is certainly a good theory but i dunno man..

what i think is most probable is professional reincarnationists (lol)

but seriously, i think there are men among us who live multiple lives without memory loss. i think this is the 'secret' but a natural one, not a technological one.

that makes the most sense to me anyway.

i think it was common knowledge until the natural catastrophes that velokofski and jung wrote about.

I think the druids were the teachers of this and it was open source but after the catastrophe, men were divided and went back into survival mode and only a few generations in survival mode went by and they lost the abilities from atrophy except for a very few who then closed that source into a secret to use against the rest.

but all history, books, records.. its all hearsay to me.

no time like the present.
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"and look at the shape of things on this planet.. if the grand scheme they have been secretly working on for thousands of years was ultimately for mankinds (as a whole) benefit, it certainly does not seem that way at all."

Albert Pike's quote prominently displayed in the 33rd degree Southern Jurisdiction headquarters in DC:

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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well they say thats a federal crime. did it require you to reply? ifso, did you? and what was it?

coming from a strictly logical perspective, your 'weird' happenings and stuff, although maybe part of some whatever plan, does not compute. lol
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It was to David, but with my last name. I don't think a federal crime applies here. It was actually...I dunno the word...one of the things where one word is written in such a way that it can be two words? It could either be David or my actual name. Again, I think they just wanted me to correct the address. We'll see what happens. Something's heating up.

There is a long story behind these mailings. I couldn't possibly go into it all here. It is starting to make sense, funnily enough. When you research what I am given the pieces start to fit.

Hopefully, I'm on a good track.
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Not to mention the fact that I'm not in this so that federal crime will concern me. Gotta let go of the fear and go where the father leads!
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Just came home from the gym and grabbing breakfast and I found a fleur de lis sitting on my door mat.
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If I knew such a thread wouldn't be derailed, deleted or trolled ad nauseum, it would be interesting to have a running thread of experiences like that. One of my more mundane examples is I had someone continually kick my front porch ashtray into the bushes. It was deliberate, happened repeatedly and it wasn't the mailperson. I wondered if it wasn't someone repeatedly telling me to quit smoking, since masonry frowns on vices of any sort.
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That's crazy! I had an ashtray experience, too! Wow.
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Albert Pike's quote prominently displayed in the 33rd degree Southern Jurisdiction headquarters in DC:

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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ive read some of his book M&D. his stuff about melchezaduk and the magis is quite interesting but this quote by him seems like nonsense in a way. (a living way) i guess if one considers egregores to be among the living then it would make more sense though. maybe thats what he ment?
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Albert Pike's quote prominently displayed in the 33rd degree Southern Jurisdiction headquarters in DC:

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 60664610



ive read some of his book M&D. his stuff about melchezaduk and the magis is quite interesting but this quote by him seems like nonsense in a way. (a living way) i guess if one considers egregores to be among the living then it would make more sense though. maybe thats what he ment?
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In my opinion, esoteric groups think they're really special and honestly...they probably are. That's why they are able to wield so much power. I also think they think that they are really doing something for "people", serving them in a way and in my opinion, they do.

Take a look at the concept of government. As completely screwed up as all of it is, the fact that are bodies are used as collateral for systemic debt, etc. That's horrible, but...there is order that stems from it. Personally, I like running water and electricity. That wouldn't be around if it weren't for the trust. The constructive trust is necessary until enough people who truly can handle being self-governed wake up and start smelling the coffee. People just couldn't handle the truth, which is why it is hidden. Ordo ab chao comes to mind. I consider chao to be the raw, creational energy from which everything stems. The public system derives order from said chaos giving people the boundaries that they time and time, again, prove that they need oh so badly.

Let me re-word his quote: "They'll never know what we've done to further our own cause because those secrets will die with us, but what we've done to further the PUBLIC's cause will forever be apparent."

Just my two cents. I really don't think that "they" are any more screwed up than the "people".
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Albert Pike's quote prominently displayed in the 33rd degree Southern Jurisdiction headquarters in DC:

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 60664610



ive read some of his book M&D. his stuff about melchezaduk and the magis is quite interesting but this quote by him seems like nonsense in a way. (a living way) i guess if one considers egregores to be among the living then it would make more sense though. maybe thats what he ment?
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In my opinion, esoteric groups think they're really special and honestly...they probably are. That's why they are able to wield so much power. I also think they think that they are really doing something for "people", serving them in a way and in my opinion, they do.

Take a look at the concept of government. As completely screwed up as all of it is, the fact that are bodies are used as collateral for systemic debt, etc. That's horrible, but...there is order that stems from it. Personally, I like running water and electricity. That wouldn't be around if it weren't for the trust. The constructive trust is necessary until enough people who truly can handle being self-governed wake up and start smelling the coffee. People just couldn't handle the truth, which is why it is hidden. Ordo ab chao comes to mind. I consider chao to be the raw, creational energy from which everything stems. The public system derives order from said chaos giving people the boundaries that they time and time, again, prove that they need oh so badly.

Let me re-word his quote: "They'll never know what we've done to further our own cause because those secrets will die with us, but what we've done to further the PUBLIC's cause will forever be apparent."

Just my two cents. I really don't think that "they" are any more screwed up than the "people".
 Quoting: Cluck


The latest XMEN movie is interesting, truth being stranger than fiction, because there is more truth in fiction than in what is taught as truth.

I personally do not believe "they" are able to be reborn nor transfer their intelligence to new bodies. I believe their mixed DNA (or indoctrination/Solomons magic) spells allows them to both communicate with and be enter-tained (possessed) by spiritual beings.

The possessing spirit is limited in what it knows (read the testament of Solomon for more) so the "order" is to keep the knowing segmented. Scatter the keys, so to speak.

I sometimes wonder if the "blackened mirror" is what is seen when we close our eyes and seek within?
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Albert Pike's quote prominently displayed in the 33rd degree Southern Jurisdiction headquarters in DC:

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 60664610



ive read some of his book M&D. his stuff about melchezaduk and the magis is quite interesting but this quote by him seems like nonsense in a way. (a living way) i guess if one considers egregores to be among the living then it would make more sense though. maybe thats what he ment?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73340379


In my opinion, esoteric groups think they're really special and honestly...they probably are. That's why they are able to wield so much power. I also think they think that they are really doing something for "people", serving them in a way and in my opinion, they do.

Take a look at the concept of government. As completely screwed up as all of it is, the fact that are bodies are used as collateral for systemic debt, etc. That's horrible, but...there is order that stems from it. Personally, I like running water and electricity. That wouldn't be around if it weren't for the trust. The constructive trust is necessary until enough people who truly can handle being self-governed wake up and start smelling the coffee. People just couldn't handle the truth, which is why it is hidden. Ordo ab chao comes to mind. I consider chao to be the raw, creational energy from which everything stems. The public system derives order from said chaos giving people the boundaries that they time and time, again, prove that they need oh so badly.

Let me re-word his quote: "They'll never know what we've done to further our own cause because those secrets will die with us, but what we've done to further the PUBLIC's cause will forever be apparent."

Just my two cents. I really don't think that "they" are any more screwed up than the "people".
 Quoting: Cluck


The latest XMEN movie is interesting, truth being stranger than fiction, because there is more truth in fiction than in what is taught as truth.

I personally do not believe "they" are able to be reborn nor transfer their intelligence to new bodies. I believe their mixed DNA (or indoctrination/Solomons magic) spells allows them to both communicate with and be enter-tained (possessed) by spiritual beings.

The possessing spirit is limited in what it knows (read the testament of Solomon for more) so the "order" is to keep the knowing segmented. Scatter the keys, so to speak.

I sometimes wonder if the "blackened mirror" is what is seen when we close our eyes and seek within?
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The latest XMEN is freaking fantastic. Don't get me started. Speaking of...I saw the newest Transformers last night. Clues everywhere. 12 knights. The chosen one. Blah blah blah. The Luhn algorithm is 12121212. Just for fun:

[link to www.curezone.org]
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4007, the very knowledgable poster from the original black card thread, blatantly said that the "address is your problem". It is looking like that is more true than I would have previously thought. I think he was thinking of the physical address of the abode, but his statement has turned out to have a different meaning within the context of my individual quest.

I was working on some paperwork one day toward the effect of a name change. I was typing it up from scratch. This was before I realized name change paperwork is fill in the blank and on any given state's court website. (I know. I know.) On the appearance I was typing everything up. I got to the part where you put in the physical address and I starting to type it and Word crashed. I pulled it back up and started to do it, again, and Word crashed, again. Wash, rinse, repeat and Word crashed, again. By that point, it was just weird. I pulled up a new doc and type nonsensical gobbledygook all the way down the friggin' page and it was as stable as can be. I closed out and tried to put the physical address in, again, and same thing...Word crashed. I went so far as to take video of this thing repeatedly crashing. It must have been a dozen times. I said screw it and shut the thing down and moved on, but this didn't leave my mind. My best friend was over one day. He knows what I'm up to. I pull up Word (this is like two days later, mind you) and it does that same thing, again! Again, I pull up a new doc and type nonsense all the way down the page and it's fine.

Then a couple days later it hits me. Hmmm...

I pull the doc back up and type "My address is E12345678" and it didn't crash. It was then and there that I fully realized that my address was the red number on the back of the SS card, which I had been thinking it was. It just dawned on me to try it in that context and...BOOM! Confirmation.

In my opinion, it is at least roughly equivalent to the address of "His Majesty" or "His Royal Highness".

Good times.
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4007, the very knowledgable poster from the original black card thread, blatantly said that the "address is your problem". It is looking like that is more true than I would have previously thought. I think he was thinking of the physical address of the abode, but his statement has turned out to have a different meaning within the context of my individual quest.

I was working on some paperwork one day toward the effect of a name change. I was typing it up from scratch. This was before I realized name change paperwork is fill in the blank and on any given state's court website. (I know. I know.) On the appearance I was typing everything up. I got to the part where you put in the physical address and I starting to type it and Word crashed. I pulled it back up and started to do it, again, and Word crashed, again. Wash, rinse, repeat and Word crashed, again. By that point, it was just weird. I pulled up a new doc and type nonsensical gobbledygook all the way down the friggin' page and it was as stable as can be. I closed out and tried to put the physical address in, again, and same thing...Word crashed. I went so far as to take video of this thing repeatedly crashing. It must have been a dozen times. I said screw it and shut the thing down and moved on, but this didn't leave my mind. My best friend was over one day. He knows what I'm up to. I pull up Word (this is like two days later, mind you) and it does that same thing, again! Again, I pull up a new doc and type nonsense all the way down the page and it's fine.

Then a couple days later it hits me. Hmmm...

I pull the doc back up and type "My address is E12345678" and it didn't crash. It was then and there that I fully realized that my address was the red number on the back of the SS card, which I had been thinking it was. It just dawned on me to try it in that context and...BOOM! Confirmation.

In my opinion, it is at least roughly equivalent to the address of "His Majesty" or "His Royal Highness".

Good times.
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That would make sense, since I stated earlier that I thought mail sent to the strawman should, in fact, be sent to the owner of the strawman. The owner of the strawman is also the owner of the SS# and the 9 digit number is a CUSIP, which has a registered postal address associated to it. Obviously, the registered postal address to the CUSIP numbers on the COLB and SS card is the addresses of the owners, not you, the living man.
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4007, the very knowledgable poster from the original black card thread, blatantly said that the "address is your problem". It is looking like that is more true than I would have previously thought. I think he was thinking of the physical address of the abode, but his statement has turned out to have a different meaning within the context of my individual quest.

I was working on some paperwork one day toward the effect of a name change. I was typing it up from scratch. This was before I realized name change paperwork is fill in the blank and on any given state's court website. (I know. I know.) On the appearance I was typing everything up. I got to the part where you put in the physical address and I starting to type it and Word crashed. I pulled it back up and started to do it, again, and Word crashed, again. Wash, rinse, repeat and Word crashed, again. By that point, it was just weird. I pulled up a new doc and type nonsensical gobbledygook all the way down the friggin' page and it was as stable as can be. I closed out and tried to put the physical address in, again, and same thing...Word crashed. I went so far as to take video of this thing repeatedly crashing. It must have been a dozen times. I said screw it and shut the thing down and moved on, but this didn't leave my mind. My best friend was over one day. He knows what I'm up to. I pull up Word (this is like two days later, mind you) and it does that same thing, again! Again, I pull up a new doc and type nonsense all the way down the page and it's fine.

Then a couple days later it hits me. Hmmm...

I pull the doc back up and type "My address is E12345678" and it didn't crash. It was then and there that I fully realized that my address was the red number on the back of the SS card, which I had been thinking it was. It just dawned on me to try it in that context and...BOOM! Confirmation.

In my opinion, it is at least roughly equivalent to the address of "His Majesty" or "His Royal Highness".

Good times.
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That would make sense, since I stated earlier that I thought mail sent to the strawman should, in fact, be sent to the owner of the strawman. The owner of the strawman is also the owner of the SS# and the 9 digit number is a CUSIP, which has a registered postal address associated to it. Obviously, the registered postal address to the CUSIP numbers on the COLB and SS card is the addresses of the owners, not you, the living man.
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Interesting thoughts you have, as always.

In my experience this red number isn't a CUSIP. I say that because shortly after discovering the importance of this number and reformatting it, I gave it to the branch manager of a Chase and asked him to wash it through the DTC. He came back and said that there were no results. If it were a CUSIP there would have been a hit in the DTC systems. It doesn't have an address associated with it. It IS the address. I have successfully used it as a zip + 4, also.

I would say that red number is the address of the living man, but I think I need clarification on what exactly you mean. Who do you think the "owner" is? I say it is the address of the living man because that is how it functions as an exemption. The system cannot interact with the living, only the dead.

I dunno. It's morning and I'm gearing down my coffee intake as of late. LOL.
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Take a personal check, and look with a magnifing glass at the line where you sign your name...it aint no line....thats where "read the fine print" comes into play
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4007, the very knowledgable poster from the original black card thread, blatantly said that the "address is your problem". It is looking like that is more true than I would have previously thought. I think he was thinking of the physical address of the abode, but his statement has turned out to have a different meaning within the context of my individual quest.

I was working on some paperwork one day toward the effect of a name change. I was typing it up from scratch. This was before I realized name change paperwork is fill in the blank and on any given state's court website. (I know. I know.) On the appearance I was typing everything up. I got to the part where you put in the physical address and I starting to type it and Word crashed. I pulled it back up and started to do it, again, and Word crashed, again. Wash, rinse, repeat and Word crashed, again. By that point, it was just weird. I pulled up a new doc and type nonsensical gobbledygook all the way down the friggin' page and it was as stable as can be. I closed out and tried to put the physical address in, again, and same thing...Word crashed. I went so far as to take video of this thing repeatedly crashing. It must have been a dozen times. I said screw it and shut the thing down and moved on, but this didn't leave my mind. My best friend was over one day. He knows what I'm up to. I pull up Word (this is like two days later, mind you) and it does that same thing, again! Again, I pull up a new doc and type nonsense all the way down the page and it's fine.

Then a couple days later it hits me. Hmmm...

I pull the doc back up and type "My address is E12345678" and it didn't crash. It was then and there that I fully realized that my address was the red number on the back of the SS card, which I had been thinking it was. It just dawned on me to try it in that context and...BOOM! Confirmation.

In my opinion, it is at least roughly equivalent to the address of "His Majesty" or "His Royal Highness".

Good times.
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That would make sense, since I stated earlier that I thought mail sent to the strawman should, in fact, be sent to the owner of the strawman. The owner of the strawman is also the owner of the SS# and the 9 digit number is a CUSIP, which has a registered postal address associated to it. Obviously, the registered postal address to the CUSIP numbers on the COLB and SS card is the addresses of the owners, not you, the living man.
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Okay. Okay. I think I see what you mean. You're the one who had mentioned sending "bills" and such to the SOS of the birth state? Where you're coming from sort of clarifies why some people call the red number a "pass through entity", I think. Imagine two lakes connected by a canal. One lake is the "owner". One lake is the STRAWMAN. The canal is the red number that can be used to get from the STRAWMAN to the owner. You can damn up the STRAWMAN's connection to the canal, if you want, but why would you? Open it up and let the liability "pass through" the canal to the "owner". This would be a simple, straight line, which plays into the idea of address. "Address" comes from the Latin ad (to) + directiare (straight). "To the straight". This is probably why I had greasy lines placed on my door mat, also.

Yes, yes. We're on the same page, but just coming at it from slightly different angles.
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Take a personal check, and look with a magnifing glass at the line where you sign your name...it aint no line....thats where "read the fine print" comes into play
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Veeeeery interesting. I'll have to take a look.
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4007, the very knowledgable poster from the original black card thread, blatantly said that the "address is your problem". It is looking like that is more true than I would have previously thought. I think he was thinking of the physical address of the abode, but his statement has turned out to have a different meaning within the context of my individual quest.

I was working on some paperwork one day toward the effect of a name change. I was typing it up from scratch. This was before I realized name change paperwork is fill in the blank and on any given state's court website. (I know. I know.) On the appearance I was typing everything up. I got to the part where you put in the physical address and I starting to type it and Word crashed. I pulled it back up and started to do it, again, and Word crashed, again. Wash, rinse, repeat and Word crashed, again. By that point, it was just weird. I pulled up a new doc and type nonsensical gobbledygook all the way down the friggin' page and it was as stable as can be. I closed out and tried to put the physical address in, again, and same thing...Word crashed. I went so far as to take video of this thing repeatedly crashing. It must have been a dozen times. I said screw it and shut the thing down and moved on, but this didn't leave my mind. My best friend was over one day. He knows what I'm up to. I pull up Word (this is like two days later, mind you) and it does that same thing, again! Again, I pull up a new doc and type nonsense all the way down the page and it's fine.

Then a couple days later it hits me. Hmmm...

I pull the doc back up and type "My address is E12345678" and it didn't crash. It was then and there that I fully realized that my address was the red number on the back of the SS card, which I had been thinking it was. It just dawned on me to try it in that context and...BOOM! Confirmation.

In my opinion, it is at least roughly equivalent to the address of "His Majesty" or "His Royal Highness".

Good times.
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That would make sense, since I stated earlier that I thought mail sent to the strawman should, in fact, be sent to the owner of the strawman. The owner of the strawman is also the owner of the SS# and the 9 digit number is a CUSIP, which has a registered postal address associated to it. Obviously, the registered postal address to the CUSIP numbers on the COLB and SS card is the addresses of the owners, not you, the living man.
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I would probably argue that the address is ecclesiastical, actually. Float above. Look down. View. When I sent a BC paid to the order of E12345678 to ssa, I got an email from a British television network calling me a "registered viewer". Who was it that was talking about the watchers?
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check your birth certificate nmbr on fidelity. c o m. It shows up. It is true it worth alot.
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Interesting note, someone I know has christian checks. The name at the top of the check is not in all caps. The signature "line" says original document. On all the other checks I have seen the name is in all caps and the signature "line" says Authorized Signature Only.
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check your birth certificate nmbr on fidelity. c o m. It shows up. It is true it worth alot.
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So what , you don't own your BC you receive a copy which is worthless.

"They" own the original and all financial instruments attached to it.
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check your birth certificate nmbr on fidelity. c o m. It shows up. It is true it worth alot.
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I dunno that I believe that was ever really a thing.
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check your birth certificate nmbr on fidelity. c o m. It shows up. It is true it worth alot.
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So what , you don't own your BC you receive a copy which is worthless.

"They" own the original and all financial instruments attached to it.
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Yes, it is a copy, but is NOT worthless.
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check your birth certificate nmbr on fidelity. c o m. It shows up. It is true it worth alot.
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So what , you don't own your BC you receive a copy which is worthless.

"They" own the original and all financial instruments attached to it.
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Yes, it is a copy, but is NOT worthless.
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I've heard many ideas on what do with it and some are even interesting but at the end of the day if you go down that road you're playing in "their" system which is exactly what they want you to do in the first place.
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check your birth certificate nmbr on fidelity. c o m. It shows up. It is true it worth alot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74866384


So what , you don't own your BC you receive a copy which is worthless.

"They" own the original and all financial instruments attached to it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75134078


Yes, it is a copy, but is NOT worthless.
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I've heard many ideas on what do with it and some are even interesting but at the end of the day if you go down that road you're playing in "their" system which is exactly what they want you to do in the first place.
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I completely disagree. The PUBLIC/commercial system is their game, not the BC game. You are way off base...way.
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I completely disagree. The PUBLIC/commercial system is their game, not the BC game. You are way off base...way.
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FWIW Ive seen some BC's that had "Department of Commerce" written write on them.
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I completely disagree. The PUBLIC/commercial system is their game, not the BC game. You are way off base...way.
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FWIW Ive seen some BC's that had "Department of Commerce" written write on them.
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I don't doubt it a bit.
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I completely disagree. The PUBLIC/commercial system is their game, not the BC game. You are way off base...way.
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FWIW Ive seen some BC's that had "Department of Commerce" written write on them.
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The entire birth process is much too complicated to explain here but my simple understanding is the BC is registering your ALL CAPS NAME for your vessel/body into the system so you can do trade upon the sea of commerce.
It's entirely part of the system.
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The entire birth process is much too complicated to explain here but my simple understanding is the BC is registering your ALL CAPS NAME for your vessel/body into the system so you can do trade upon the sea of commerce.
It's entirely part of the system.
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i think ac-469 covered it well, earlier here but that may have been another thread?

i think it is The Matrix (as defined by blacks law)

a catholic vestment, a corporate charter vessel on the holy see of commerce.

naming a creature of the state which is a fiction. (what is real?)

if One were to act as agent for the matrix fiction this one is acting as a child because the instrument indicates "child's name"

a minor account.


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