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The Quapaw Tribe is indigenous to the region along what is now the Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas border. Tribal histories claim the tribe and related Sioux tribes once lived along the shore of the Atlantic Ocean and gradually migrated inland over hundreds of years. In 1818, the Quapaw ceded about 30 million acres of land to the U.S. government and, in 1826, the tribe was moved from Arkansas to Louisiana.


Nearly 25 percent of tribal members would die by 1832. In 1838, the tribe was resettled again — this time to Indian Territory. Today, the tribe has about 2,700 members and is governed by a general council. The tribe owns the O-Gah-Pah Convenience Store and Quapaw Casino on Oklahoma 69A northeast of Miami and Downstream Casino & Resort, Kappa Hotel and Nee Spa; Downstream Learning Center and Eagle Creek Golf Club. The tribe also operates a child care center in Quapaw. John Berrey is the tribal chairman.

The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe 23701 S 655 Rd, Grove, Okla. 74354 (918) 787*5452 Fax: (918) 787-5521

Both once members of the Iroquois Confederacy, the Seneca and Cayuga tribes were joined in Indian Territory in 1881, although a separate Cayuga tribal structure existed into the 1920s. The Seneca Tribe had been living in Indian Territory since 1832. Some members of the Seneca Tribe, along with members of the Quapaw and Shawnee tribes, fought briefly on the side of the Confederacy during the Civil War. Today, the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe lists more than 4,000 members. The tribe owns and operates Grand Lake Casino, north of Grove; Seneca-Cayuga Tobacco, a smoke shop located at the Casino property; a motel, Grand Lake Casino Lodge; and an event center, Grand Lake Event Center, both north of Grove. William Fisher is chief.

This written Catlik version below is definitely slanted  and filled with mind controlled statements


Indian Tribes of Ottawa County, Oklahoma

The Quapaw were one of the most prominent of these rapidly disappearing tribes to find a home among the Cherokees. They were an offshoot of the once famous Sioux family and early history connects them with the, mound builders. They were encountered by De Soto and his band of adventurers as early as 1540. During the early part of the 16th century, they migrated from their eastern home and settled on the west bank of the Mississippi River, within the limits of the present State of Arkansas. There they were visited by the French Missionary, Jacques Marquette, in June, 1673. In March, 1682, La Salle, the French explorer, while on his trip down the Mississippi River, landed near the Quapaw settlement and took possession of the country in the name of the French King, Louis XIV. As the white settlers in Eastern Arkansas increased in number the Quapaw became restless and dissatisfied with their surroundings, although they had made considerable progress in clearing land and raising crops, and in 1824 they were induced to abandon their Arkansas possessions and emigrated to Western Oklahoma where they settled temporarily among the friendly Caddo Indians, along the banks of the Washita River.
By the treaty of 1867 they were located in the northeast corner of Indian Territory, where they remained for ten years, then joined the Osage, 100 miles to the west.
In 1893, however, they journeyed back to their Cherokee home and were granted a tract of land, bounded on the east by Missouri and on the north by Kansas, containing 56,245 acres. This tract was divided among (allotted to) 236 members of the tribe, about one hundred of whom have since died. Their band now numbers 332 individuals, many of whom still reside upon their allotments, own live stock and have become intelligent, law-abiding farmers.


The Peoria Indians originally belonged to the historic Algonquian family, but as early as 1670 were found in the Mississippi Valley in Eastern Iowa. Upon Marquette’s return to the North, after having explored the Mississippi Valley he found them, in 1673, located on the Illinois River, near the present site of Peoria, Ill. About five years later they became involved in a war with the Kickapoo and quite a number of them wended their way westward, sojourning for awhile in Missouri, but later, taking up their abode in Kansas. Some of them, however, retained their claims in Illinois until 1832, when, by a treaty with the United States, they surrendered their possessions there and joined their relatives in Eastern Kansas. Here they were joined by their former neighbors, the surviving members of several small tribes, the Kaskakia, Piankashaw, Wea and Miami, and by treaty of 1867 they all located in Indian Territory and were given a tract of land containing 43,334 acres, adjoining the Quapaw reservation on the South. These little tribes, some of them once powerful, had become almost entirely exterminated by disease and numerous wars, so that when finally settled upon their present reservation, they numbered in all only 393 souls. Their land has been divided among these 393 individuals and their restrictions have been removed, so that the adults may sell, lease or use their own land as they may choose. Many of them still reside upon their farms and have built comfortable homes.


The Modoc were Western Indians, formerly inhabiting a portion of the present State of Oregon. They were closely related to the Klamath tribe. By 1864 the white settlers were coveting their lands and they were induced to give up their reservation and unite with the Klamath. They soon became dissatisfied with their new location and longed to return to their former reservation. The refusal of the Federal authorities to permit their return, resulted in the Modoc war of 1872 which lasted about a year and terminated in the defeat and dispersion of the Indians. At the close of this war some of the Modoc wandered back to Oregon and the remaining members of their greatly depleted band were brought to Indian Territory and were given a tract of 3,966 acres of land bordering the State of Missouri and adjoining the Peoria on the South. This land has been allotted to their individual members, about forty in number, most of whom still reside in that vicinity.


The Shawnee, during the latter half of the seventeenth century, inhabited a portion of the Savannah River country in South Carolina and the valley of the Cumberland River in Tennessee. They were next door neighbors to the Cherokees and on friendly terms with them for many years. As early as 1680 they began to be annoyed by white settlers who viewed, with covetous eyes, their fertile valley lands and very soon they began to migrate northward, a few at a time, some of them settling in Pennsylvania, near the Delaware Indians, with whom they were closely related. About the middle of the 18th century they became involved in wars with the whites and during the Revolutionary war they rendered some assistance to the British by opposing the American pioneers, but before the close of that war, they were driven farther to the West and effected a settlement in Ohio, along the Miami River. A few years later they were forced to leave Ohio and a goodly number of them crossed the Mississippi River and settled near Cape Girardeau, Mo., while others sought refuge with friendly tribes in Ohio and Indiana. In 1825 they -exchanged their claim to Missouri lands for a reservation in Kansas, where they were soon joined by their brothers who had been left back in Ohio and Indiana.
In 1845 quite a number of them wandered away from their Kansas reservation and settled in the western part of Indian Territory and soon acquired the title of “Absent Shawnees.” Those remaining in Kansas moved to the Cherokee Nation in 1867 and, two years later, by treaty, were given their present reservation, “and designated as “Eastern Shawnees.” Their present reservation, consisting of 13,816 acres, adjoins the Modoc on the west and the Peoria on the south, and has been divided among their 160 members. Throughout their whole history, the fact is very noticeable that the Shawnees were not as closely bound together by tribal ties, as were most other Indians. They would move from place to place in bands and were never united upon one reservation, hence their power and influence as a tribe were not as great as they might have been if they had held together.


The Ottawa were Northern Indians who inhabited the region around Lake Champlain when the Pilgrim Fathers landed at Plymouth Rock, and were early known as traders, dealing in furs, hand-made blankets and mats, and medicinal roots and herbs. They got into trouble with the powerful Iroquois in 1648 and were driven across the Niagara River, stopping on the shore of the Georgian Bay in Canada. They remained in the vicinity of the Great Lakes until 1833 when they exchanged their reservation for land in Northeastern Kansas. About this time, however, dissensions arose among members of the tribe and they were divided into factions, some going to Kansas, while others wended their way into Canada, Illinois and Oklahoma.
By treaty made in 1867 they acquired their present reservation which adjoins the Shawnees on the west and the Peoria reservation on the South. Here they were granted 12,995 acres of land which has been divided among the 270 members who located here.


The Wyandotte belonged to the great Huron family of Indians whose ancient home was in the vicinity of the Michigan lakes. They were on friendly terms with their neighbors, the Potowatomi tribe, but at different times were in trouble with the ambitious Iroquois.
As early as 1649 they were driven out of their homes by the Iroquois and settled in Wisconsin.’ Dissatisfaction arose among them, and like many other-tribes, they were divided into bands or factions which were scattered over the country, some going to Canada and others to Michigan.
By treaty of 1815 they were given a tract of land in Northern Ohio and Southern Michigan, but in 1842 they disposed of their possessions there and settled in the present County of Wyandotte, State of Kansas. By treaty of 1867 they were located on their present reservation in Northeastern Oklahoma, immediately south of the Ottawa, Shawnee and Modoc. They were 481 in number when they settled here and their reservation contained 29,942 acres, all of which has been allotted.


The Seneca Indians were originally a branch of the great Iroquois confederacy which, according to the hand book of American Indians issued by the Bureau of Ethnology, from which much of this tribal history is gleaned, were first located in Western New York and constituted the largest of the five divisions of the Iroquois confederacy. They were involved in most of the numerous wars waged by the Iroquois in colonial days and their ranks were fast depleted by family quarrels and divisions. In 1817 they were granted a large tract of land in Northern Ohio, near Sandusky, which they retained until 1831, when they were induced to exchange it for a tract in Kansas.

In 1867, by treaty they were located on their present reservation immediately adjoining the Wyandotte on the south. Their land lies in the southeastern part of Ottawa County and includes a strip off the northern end of Delaware County. It consists of 41,813 acres which has been allotted to 481 individual members of the tribe.
The restrictions have been removed from all the members of these little tribes and each adult Indian is permitted to lease, sell, or use his land as he may choose. Their farms have been fairly well developed and improved, about one-third of them being still occupied by the original allottees, the remaining two thirds, having been sold or leased to white men. The federal relations of these small tribes have, for many years past, been under the control of what has been known as the “Quapaw Agency,” located near the Town of Wyandotte. Here, too, an excellent boarding school has been maintained,. in which many an Indian boy and girl has been given a good common school education. For a number of years during one of the most critical periods in the history of these tribes, this agency and school were ably supervised by Mr. Horace B. Durant, now a lawyer in Miami.
The religious welfare of these Indians has been well nourished by the missionaries, who at different times have labored among them.
The religious society of Friends or Quakers has been active among them, almost from the beginning of their settlement in this corner of the state. Of the missionaries, Asa C. Tuttle and Emeline, his wife, were among the first to preach to and teach the Indians. They came to the Territory soon after the Indians began to settle here and made many converts among them.
Dr. C. W. Kirk, a missionary from Indiana, came in 1878 and labored faithfully for several years.
Henry Thorndike was another missionary who labored faithfully and successfully among these Indians for several years.
But among all of these missionaries, probably Jeremiah Hubbard, “Uncle Jerry” as he was familiarly called, was best known. He came to the Quapaw agency in 1879 and for forty years thereafter he devoted his time and energy to teaching and preaching among the Indians. He was a friend to the whites as well as the Indians and his advice was frequently sought on business as well as religious matters.
During his forty years of faithful service he officiated at several hundred marriage ceremonies, oftentimes traveling on foot or in his little buggy to perform such services without any thought of fees.
Eight years ago, “Uncle Jerry” wrote an interesting little book entitled “Forty Years Among the Indians,” in which he gives an interesting account of his work among these little Indian tribes.
Concerning his little book, one of his friends writes
“It would be a hard matter for a person to read the pages of this book and not discover in it the simple story of a life that gave all its best and asked nothing in return, the secret of its strength of hold upon the lives and hearts of the people with whom he has come in contact for forty long years is herein detailed.
“To do as the savage did; to sleep in his tents; to eat his food; endure the hardships of the winter’s blasts and the summer’s drouths; to toil night and day in an effort to bring to the lives of an unenlightened race the light of a better way, of a sublime hope; the turning of darkness into day,, for benighted minds, and do it all so cheerfully day by day, shows a strength of character which can not but excite the admiration of, and be an inspiration to any person who may have the good fortune to read, these lines.
“And, as you grasp his hand and look into his eyes-steady eyes-sincere eyes, you ask yourself the question, what is the force, the inspiration back of this man?
“What gives him this power to win the hearts of children and men?
“Take the pains to turn to page three of this book and there read your answer, for besides his God who gives him grace, is the wife, Mary G. Hubbard, the sublime queen of motherhood, the dauntless inspiration of manhood.”

voyage of discovery

The first thing I want everyone to do is watch the “Hare Brush” video located to the left.Then after you go thru the following pages,come back to the video and watch it again. You will not view it the same way you did the first time.

It is the hope of this author this information is presented and laid out so you can see the evolution of the thought process behind the philosophy of this material.

And with that in mind, the information being presented remains exactly as is when first written as to preserve the mistakes, the errors, and the dirt roads we went down in our own voyage of discovery so that these unbeaten paths be brought to you just so you do not have to make the same mistakes I and others made along the way as you now get the opportunity to make and experience your own.

Just rememeber, I do not give 2 shits what you do with this information as I built this website so I would not have to keep answering the same questions and going over the same information and quite frankly, I grow weary and tire of the mundaneness, but I hope you will let it ingrain within your heart and you will then put what you “learn” into practice so the information becomes knowledge and you have first hand evidence upon which you can help others grow as you will have grown.

Good luck and peace and prosperity be with you.

Foundational Crash Course

Let me first start by thanking all that sent these pieces of information to this author. Without the collaborative effort of everyone this author has met around the world, none of this would have been possible because this author is a slacker, not a researcher. All I know is I went from 2 signed orders for mental health commitment at the 59th second of the 59th minute of the 11th hour to “If you need anything give us a call” in 3 weeks with 2 statements and 1 question without the use of paperwork using the following as the basis of my “understanding”, so I’ll let you decide for yourself.

Before I begin, it should be noted this is merely background information so you see and understand what is going on. Without this “foundation”, you may fail to see how the “cornerstones” are erected and why they are “built” the way they are. This is by no means how you “operate” your intent.

Now, to get the full “effect”, please open all the following documents and links in separate windows so you can follow the bread crumbs and see the path you “invoke” to begin walking the path of “divine law” which will allow you to break the earthly chains binding you and allow you to “ascend” and fulfill your “true / divine purpose”.

Study Guides
note: helps if you have all of these open as you go along

“Military government and martial law” [pdf]

-search for peaceful
– major sentiment and “re-occurring theme” throughout the whole book:

Enforcement of the obligation to refrain from acts of hostility is pursued with “great vigor”: you will be persecuted

“U.S. Army Doctine and Belligerent Occupation” [pdf]

-search for peaceful
– Only part you need to pay attention to is how Hague Article 43 is implemented: first half of the paragraph ‘Essential Task: Restore Public Order and Safety’

Lieber Code

main points:
Part 2 – treaty of peace
Part 31 – all titles are seized and placed in a state of abeyance (suspension)
Part 38 – “usufruct clause”

points of interest:
Article 44 and 46: Limitations of the “powers” and “authority” of the occupying forces

1907 Hague Convention

Article 55 – international implementation of Article 38 of Lieber Code

“The Way to Outdo England Without Fighting Her” [pdf]

Henry Charles Carey – Lincoln’s Financial Advisor

All you really need to do is read the major paragraphs on page 4 and 5 of letter 12: The Currency Question (pg 129 -130 of the whole book: this is not really used in this writing, but mentioned because it will help you understand why I think the courts can be used to “arrange your affairs to best suit your needs”)

Outlines and summarizes the 1864 Banking Act which is still the foundation of the banking system. The Fed Res was put “on top” of this structure to maintain “free will”: serve the open hand (socialism) or the iron rod (capitalism)

12 U.S. Op Atty. Gen. 182 (1867) [pdf]

Reconstruction Acts
All governments are military governments and are provisional; in name only

“Law of Land Warfare” [pdf]

Interesting read …. search for peaceful. Not really necessary, but good for further background information

Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars

The basis of the “system” and how it is constructed. Make no mistake, it is a cold, hard look at how easy man allows himself to be deceived and controlled, so prepare yourself.

“…a nation or world of people who will not use their intelligence are no better than animals who do not have intelligence. Such people are beasts of burden and steaks on the table by choice and consent.”

“Those who will not use their brains are no better off than those who have no brains, and so this mindless school of jelly-fish, father, mother, son, and daughter, become useful beasts of burden or trainers of the same.”


The right of enjoying a thing, the property of which is vested in another, and to draw from the same all the profit, utility and advantage which it may produce, provided it be without altering the substance of the thing.

One who has the right and enjoyment of an usufruct.
The duties of the usufructuary are,
1. To make an inventory of the things subject to the usufruct, in the presence of those having an interest in them.(The certificate of live birth / birth certificate)
2. To give security for their restitution; when the usufruct shall be at an end. (Promise to pay: contract under seal = state as usufrucut)
3. To take good care of the things subject to the usufruct.
4. To pay all taxes, and claims which arise while the thing is in his possession, as a ground-rent.
5. To keep the thing in repair at his own expense.

STOP! Before you do or say anything in Court Foundation and benchmarks of Law
STOP! Before you do or say anything in Court – here is the foundation and benchmarks of Law
Tuesday, September 09, 2014 8:16 PM
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Hello, this is Frank O’Collins for Tuesday 9th September 2014 and thank you for taking the time to read and listen to the Ucadia blog for this week entitled “STOP! Before you do or say anything in Court – Here is the foundation and benchmarks of Law”

By foundations I mean the cornerstone & pillars upon which something is built. Even the most complex and elaborate of systems must have some sort of foundation or else it would not and could not survive for a few weeks, much less several centuries.

By benchmarks, I mean a measure by which we can establish some sort of perspective or some sense of what is happening and what is supposed to happen.

By foundation and benchmarks of Law, I mean those absolutely essential elements to the operation of any and every Western-Roman Court on planet Earth today. I also mean those benchmarks and measures of Law from the time of Babylon and Hammurabi, through to Alexander the Great and then the Roman Emperors right through to the time of Constantine the Great and even up to the time of Charlemagne in the 9th Century CE.

The reason I want to speak with you about the foundation and benchmarks of Law today is to help you and everyone who comes to face the real and often frightening experience of having to go to one of the Private Courts run by the Private Bar Guild according to their Private Regulations.

Now, I know when I say Private Courts and terms such as the Private Bar Guilds, there will be some that roll their eyes and say “stop saying nonsense. The courts are public institutions” – which is a half-truth. Yes the courts in most countries were established as public institutions, but in the case of all British Colonies since the end of the 19th Century (e.g. 36&37Vict.c.66) especially in the United States since the Civil War (Supreme Court of District Columbia), the courts have been private corporations, regulated by parliaments or congress. I will prove it to you in black and white evidence as we go along.

Nor am I about to start dishing out legal advice about the Private Regulations of these Private Courts of the Private Bar Guilds. I am not a member of their secret fraternity – although many of my family were and some still are. Nor am I privy to the latest amendments, re-writes, repeals of such Private Regulations – constantly changing and corrupting their own laws to maintain their advantage. But I certainly will be showing you the original instruments such as the Judicature Procedures Act of 1875 (36&37Vict. c.77)


[and the earlier constitution of Supreme Court (36&37Vict.c.66)]


that started these regulations as a benchmark to prove these Private Guilds don’t even follow their own rules, much less anything resembling the true rule of law.

So whatever you might be thinking this minute about the blog tonight, please do not be alarmed. I am not going to bombard you with a tsunami of facts and statutes. That would defeat the purpose of this blog. This blog is about regaining some perspective and finding some sense. It is about finding clarity and not about making people more confused.

I realize how daunting it is facing these public buildings hijacked for Private and Secret Business. You may appear with an attorney or under your own cognizance. Then there is the person claiming to be a judge or justice or magistrate – in British dominions in the higher courts dressed in the formal red mantle vestments signifying the claimed ecclesiastical authority of the Vatican and the Roman Catholic Church. In the lower courts, the black and purple robes of a clerk or registrar in Admiralty and Ecclesiastical Causes, often with a red sash from the left shoulder to right hip signifying the clerical authority of the Privy Council.

For most of us who are not members of this secret world, there is no explanation as to the symbolism, or the claimed authority. Nor is there a clear text that defines all the laws in operation in a court, or all the procedures and documents and details – despite the false claim that such procedures and documents are contained within their published procedures – this is only the tip of the iceberg.

No wonder then that when people are faced with the trauma of having to go to court to defend their rights to still see their own biological children, or save their family home, or stop their life savings from being seized or seek some clemency against some horrendous and hugely unjust fine that so many look for some form of relief, or remedy or answer on the Internet – often getting themselves into more trouble.

To make matters worse, the mantra of the tricksters and the secret fraternities remain – “There is remedy, only if you follow the correct procedure” – again leading to people searching for whatever the hell this “correct procedure” is. The fact the whole court system is so shrouded in mystery and occult symbolism and half-truths absolutely lends itself for people getting tricked and often badly hurt by false information.

So tonight is about redressing some of this imbalance by reviewing fundamental foundational and benchmark concepts – so that no one, absolutely no one, who is facing a Court issue should ignore or forget these critical truths.

So with this in mind, let’s get started with remembering the most important of all foundations of Law – being what the Law is.

What is true Law?

Someone can tell you to do something – but does that make it a law? Maybe if they are armed and that gun is pointed at you- then they might have the power to enforce their command, but does it make it just?

For example, the distinction between a true Christian and an apostate or heretic or imposter is very simple – A true Christian is someone who puts the words and teachings of Jesus Christ above all other teachers and prophets. Sounds simple right?

So someone who places the words of Paul the Apostle as more important than the words of Jesus is not a true Christian – because they have willingly or ignorantly diminished the words of Jesus against some other teacher, prophet or saint. Similarly, someone who puts the words of the Popes, or a Preacher above the words attributed to Jesus in the Gospels can never be considered a true Christian – because they believe the words of the Preacher or Pastor or Pope above those of Jesus.

Now as simple as this sounds, for some reason people continue to get themselves all messed up about religion and religious messages where they claim to be Christian on the one hand, yet place the words of Jesus at the bottom of the pile and then the words of their Pastor, Priest or the Pope at the top, followed by media personalities and then Old Testament prophets. So if people cannot follow such a simple, unmistakable benchmark that to be a true Christian is to place the words of Jesus above all others, then no wonder the world is such a mess.

The same applies with the law. For thousands and thousands of years, various cultures from all over the planet Earth were founded on the same essential benchmark called the Golden Rule of Law- that all are equal before the law and none is above the law.

It sounds like a simple benchmark right? It is. It is as simple as the benchmark about being a true Christian I just mentioned. So in the case of the law – any law that gives one group an advantage over the others cannot be considered a true law. And any law that grants immunity for one group to commit criminal acts while punishing another larger group for the same thing again cannot be considered true law.

So knowing this benchmark, which I have mentioned in dozens of blogs should make identifying what is law and what is not true law easy- if it does not honor the Golden Rule of Law, then it is not true law, no matter how emphatic the media or messenger.

Just to prove the point. Let’s just say you are a true Christian for a moment and not an apostate or heretic or imposter and you are having a discussion with another true Christian. If the words of Jesus are to be considered above all others, then any key words by Jesus concerning the law should be even more important right?

So would you not agree that the most important message of Jesus in all the gospels concerning Law should be arguably the most important message for any official of a claimed Christian or Western Society?

Guess what? It is relatively easy to identify the most important passage concerning law in all four gospels and it is found within the Sermon on the Mount at Matthew 7: 12, where Jesus said in conclusion, “Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law of the prophets.” (KJV), – that “all are equal under the law” or “do unto others as it may be done to you”. As you know, we call this the Golden Rule of Law.

Within the very context of this most important and significant verse we see Jesus identify the Law as having been consistently taught by the prophets from time immemorial. In other words the concept that the Golden Rule of Law was historically accepted at the time of Jesus and previous was indicated by what Jesus said, “…for this is the law of the prophets” and is memorialized in this verse within the Gospel of Matthew to stand as the beacon for the foundation and benchmark of ALL LAW.

What is true Justice?

Lets take another example to see another key benchmark in Law- the foundational concept of Justice: For example, someone dressed in robes can sit in a high chair above all others in a chamber and claim they are the only honorable man or woman in good standing within such a registry.

Of course, a name plaque doesn’t make a man a judge and robes or being deliberately elevated above everyone else does not make a woman a justice or magistrate. These are theatrical diversions and grotesque illusions at law and have nothing to do with true law or Justice.

Only a man or woman, who pledges a sacred oath in good faith, good character and good conscience to perform the obligations of an Office can be a true Officer of Law. That is not simply an indisputable and absolute fact that has been present in every civilized society until the past 150 years, it is also a logical act. It is the oath or vow done with the right intention that creates the Office – not some stupid piece of paper, or dressing up in robes, or being endorsed by some secret society.

The very fact that a judge or magistrate refuses to disclose any proof of their oath of office; the very fact that justices in England and British Dominions attend the Red Mass to disavow and abjure all oaths against themselves is a blatant ritual proving they have absolutely no authority under the law, except by force or intimidation or fear. The fact that some judges even perform the Kol Nidre Prayer is proof they have no clue that they do not hold any Office of a Judge because their complete stupidity and sacrilege before heaven, destroyed the binding that created such Office.

You don’t need to be a legal expert to live your life in respect, in honesty, in courage and enthusiasm and compassion. You don’t need to sign up for some legal remedy on the internet to discover the founding principles of justice is to simply be a decent man or woman. Not to seek revenge. Not to abuse and misuse the law for personal gain. Nor to be fearful against pirates and imposters.

Justice is in essence the proper administration of Rights by Officers of the Law. So now we have considered the Office component and the fact that the existing system you face has no true office holders, lets have a look at Rights.

If you haven’t already gone and had a look at the Covenant Pactum de Singularis Caelum on the site One-Heaven.Org., then go and have a look at the subject of Rights – particularly those rights bestowed to you by the Divine Creator which can never be taken away, or lost or sold or surrendered. Then go and have a look at the blogs I did earlier this year on the issue of Rights and the fact that these Private Bar Guilds created all kinds of bizarre pseudo rights for themselves in complete contradiction to the Golden Rule of Law.

No one can steal or purchase your soul. People who keep pushing that crap really have got to get a better con-artist routine – because people will eventually read and hear and realize it is the same fear mongering and bullshit that has kept the existing system running for centuries.

Now if you want benchmarks on Rights, then go and read the Declaration of Independence, or the Magna Carta or the Bill of Rights. These documents are supposed to still be the foundation stones and benchmarks of their own system. Yet they do not honor them, or follow anywhere near the intent of these instruments.

What is true Procedure?

Let’s take another example of foundations and benchmarks, being procedure: For example, how can someone be considered guilty until the charge be proven? To render someone guilty just by the mere accusation is the height of absurdity and flies in the face of all fair process of law for thousands of years.

And yet, this principle is behind every speeding ticket, every parking fine, every charge before a magistrates court since the changes to Justice and the operation of the courts in the mid 19th century and then streamlined at the end of the 19th century.

The mere processing of a charge by someone holding some official status, usually by some kind of “letter of marque” is enough for the commercial wheels of law to start processing away on the assumption one is guilty unless we prove some extenuating circumstances – and even then it is more akin to an appeal than it is a case of negative averment of disproving the accusation.

Think about it for a second- there is absolutely no fairness in procedure if one is already considered guilty before the evidence of the charge has even been entered or heard or tested. Not even the alleged witches of Salem faced such tyranny – The Witch Trials of Salem were a veritable case study in high jurisprudence compared to modern American courts. I’m not being funny. I am being serious. The burning of witches hundreds of years ago at least gave the accused several opportunities to deny and defend themselves. In contrast most people get no change in modern commercial courts in America today to properly defend themselves.

The turning point when all law became procedure in Western-Roman Courts is toward the end of the 19th Century in 1875 with the Supreme Court Procedures Act (36&37Vict. c.77) which introduced a whole new concept of how the lower courts were to operate.

No longer was a Judge or Justice of Admiralty or Common Law to sit in a chamber. Instead, it was to be a Registrar of Ecclesiastical and Admiralty Causes and the Court was merely to be a Registry. That the strength of the paperwork was supposed to determine the validity of the charges.

The Registrar of Ecclesiastical and Admiralty Causes pretending to be a judge was to have the powers of Admiralty as well as the Privy Council and even the Archbishop of Canterbury at their disposal. But their job was not to judge the guilt or innocence of the accused but to weigh up all the documentation to decide how the matter might be enjoined in the court rolls – either in favour of the prosecution or the defense.

In other words a debt was created under this new procedure identified in the issue roll and all that the registrar had to determine was who had to pay it and any other penalties. Hence all law became commercial.

Have a look at the act (36&37Vict. c.77). It is an incredible piece of history. It is the origin of all Federal Court Procedures and Rules. It is the first time that the modern procedures of the courts were defined, where debate and substance of law became irrelevant and procedure became everything. Law only becomes relevant again under appeal. The Registrar pretending to be a judge or justice or magistrate has no authority to give detailed opinions of the merits of the law, even though some of them over the decades now fancy themselves as jurists.

You are facing Pirates that don’t even follow their own Pirate Codes

Now remember the mantra of the remedy sellers and Internet law gurus that promise “there is remedy, only if you follow the proper procedure” – well, the 1875 Judicature Act (36&37Vict. c.77) is the birthplace of all procedure in their courts from that point on. All of it. So let’s compare the original framework of procedures from Westminster for the Private Bar Guild Courts and then compare them to modern rules and procedures of courts operating as for profit businesses – what do you see?

In one sense you see the continuation of the same basic form as proof of its origin and the origin of authority. But in another sense you also see that the modern corporate model of making money from crime through Privately controlled courts is out of control- because many courts have abandoned even these basic procedures of authority from the 19th century.

Modern courts don’t worry about issues of enjoinment at the end- they do it at the beginning and they don’t even worry about misjoinder as a fatal flaw- A misjoinder – that is a deliberate or mistaken failure to properly enjoin the parties is no obstacle to modern courts ploughing through to make money.

Just to be clear. The whole procedure of modern Western Law is about who owes the debt and therefore who is enjoined to the roll recording the issue. So when the modern courts simply ignore that step, they are ignoring and abusing and corrupting the most essential and fundamental concept of the 1875 Procedures act (36&37Vict. c.77) . Again, go and have a look at the dozens of pages of examples at the back of the act, designed to instruct and teach the Law Pirates how to behave. The modern courts are so broken, they have thrown all that out the window.

Nor is the absence of affidavits from the prosecution or proper grand jury indictments, or proper signatures any obstacle to the money making machine that are the modern courts. These are not minor details and flaws- these are fundamental flaws in the procedural operation of Pirate Justice and the fact that the courts still condemn and destroy the lives of people without these steps being followed is proof that the Pirates now don’t even follow their own Pirate Codes.

So lets get it clear now. Because as I said this blog is not about confusing people but hopefully making it completely clear – None of the courts in the Western-Roman Law honor the Golden Rule of Law, nor do the judges or justices or magistrates occupy any proper office under any form of proper oaths nor do they even care to follow their own procedures anymore.

So what can we do if there is no law, no justice or fair process?

This is where people get despondent and in a sense still rush off and sometimes do really stupid things. Because they still need to save their home, or get access to their children, or save their business, or defeat some enemy using the courts as a weapon.

So a paradox emerges because on the one hand there is all the evidence supporting our discussion and yet there are all these rumors and claims that people actually did win, or did succeed. So in a way it almost causes people to doubt the very foundations and benchmarks we discussed as being true.

For example, why do you never hear a remedy guru or Internet law salesman ever mention the Golden Rule of Law? Why? I mean it is so fundamental. Also, why do people, once they hear it, often simply ignore it? Because people are desperate and are prepared in many cases to do anything that people tell them in the small hope they can save their home, or their wealth or their children from the pirates.

The only answer I have found in more than 21 years of research and in reading all of their statutes from 1216 to the present day and most acts of congress and acts of parliament of Australia is knowledge and competence. The answer is knowledge and competence. Once you know what something is, then you can move forward.

For example, if you read the 1875 Procedure Act, then you can see once and for all how their procedures are supposed to work – because this act is as much a training manual for the Private Bar Guilds formed across the world around the same time; and

If you go and read Article 69 of Positive Law, then you will know what Rights are about; and Article 17 about Person and Article 101 about Mortgage.

Once you read and become more knowleagable about even the corrupt system of non-law of the present Western-Roman system, you can start to see how this knowledge can help form opportunities for relief and remedy such as Article 98 of Fiduciary Law and Affidavits and how they work and Article 5 of Fiduciary Law on Trustee as well as Article 23 on Registers and Article 24 on Rolls and Article 33 on Records.

This is painstaking knowledge gleaned over years of research that is given to you without charge on the condition that you act honorably, sensibly and stop being stupid by following or believing the never ending flow of bullshit claimed remedies and relief on the Internet.

To be clear – the only true relief and remedy in a world of Pirates is Knowledge and Competence. That is it.

Thank you

Finally, there is a path forward beyond the steep level of reading and learning and it is the hope that communities based on respect of the Golden Rule of Law of true Justice and the Rights we have discussed are formed.

Beyond even the idea of just Grand Juries to the idea of autonomous and self governing communities that recognize the unique value and rights of each and every man and woman. This is the basis of the Ucadia Campus model and from next week I am very excited after all these years to begin sharing with you more information on this.

So to all who continue to support Ucadia and help keep it going, thank you! Thank you for your support and trust and I look forward after all this time to being able to speak about the positive of being the ones we’ve been waiting for in enacting communities that respect the Golden Rule of Law and reclaiming our Rights and Dignity.

Cheers Frank.

Exoneration assembly church, state and the Illumi Naughties



desired exemption must have his name upon a list to be
presented annually to the assessor and signed by the minister
and three principal members of the Baptist congregation to
which the applicant belonged, with the accompanying cer-
tification that the applicant was recognized as a conscientious
and faithful Baptist Quakers were placed under the same
regulations. For thirteen years this law was in operation,
with manifold instances of distress resulting, particularly in
the case of Baptists. 1 Through difficulty in obtaining the
certificates, goods were seized, expensive and otherwise irri-
tating court trials were held, and not a few victims, either
because of poverty or on account of conscientious scruples,
found their way to prison. In some instances, despite the
tact that the certificates were duly obtained and presented,
they were waved aside and the payment of the tax required
or the process of distraint invoked.* It is little wonder that
the feeling in the minds and hearts of New England Bap-
tists that there was a spiirt of iniquity back of the oppres-
sive measures of the Standing Order, came to have all the
significance of a settled conviction.*

1 Backus, op. eit„ p. 141,


* Cf. Minutes of the Warren Association for 176a, quoted by Burrage,
History of the Baptists in New England, pp. 108 et stq. Cf. the fol-
lowing, taken from a statement and appeal to Baptists, in the Boston
Evening Post, Aug;, ao, 1770: “To die Baptists in the Province of
Massachusetts Bay, who are, or have been, oppressed in any way on a
religious account It would be needless to tell you that you have long
felt the effects of the laws by which the religion of the government
to which you live is established. Your purses have felt the burden of
ministerial rates; and when these would not satisfy your enemies, your
property hath been taken from you and sold for less than half its value.
. . . You will therefore readily hear and attend when you are desired
to collect your cases of suffering, and have them well attested ; such
is, the taxes you have paid to build meeting-houses, to settle ministers
and support them, with all the time, money and labor you have lost
in waiting on courts, feeing lawyers, etc.; and bring or send such


Further modifications in the exemption laws, made in
1770, were so slight, leaving as they did the certificate prin-
ciple practically untouched, 1 that Baptist opposition was
aroused even more deeply and the determination struck
deeper root to push the battle for religious freedom to a
decision. The times also were propitious. The near ap-
proach of the Revolutionary struggle focused attention upon
the subject of tyranny and caused acts of oppression,
whether civil or ecclesiastical in character, to stand out in a
new relief before the eye of the public. That dissenters
were quick to see the bearing of political events will appear
from the following pithy comments in the address which
the Committee of Grievances* drew up late in 1774 and
presented to the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts :

It seems that the two main rights which all America are con-
tending for at this time, are, — Not to be taxed where they are
not represented, and — To have their causes tried by unbiased
judges. And the Baptist churches in this province as heartily
unite with their countrymen in this cause, as any denomination
in the land ; and are as ready to exert all their abilities to defend
it. Yet only because they have thought it to be their duty to
claim an equal title to these rights with their neighbors, they
have repeatedly been accused of evil attempts against the gen-
eral welfare of the colony ; therefore, we have thought it ex-
pedient to lay a brief statement of the case before this as-
sembly. . . . Great complaints have been made about a tax

cases to the Baptist Association to be held at Bellingham; when meas-
ures will be resolutely adopted for obtaining redress from another
quarter than that to which repeated application hath been made unsuc-
cessfully. Nay, complaints, however just and grievous, hath been
treated with indifference, and scarcely, if at all credited”. (Quoted by
Backus, History of New England, vol. ii, p. 155.)