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GLOBAL PLAN FOR ENSLAVEMENT

GLOBAL PLAN FOR ENSLAVEMENT

 Here is an article I’ve extracted from the website www.collective-evolution.com which I present in it’s entirety. Whether or not you think it’s a genuine document is for you to decide, I have added this article as I think it reflects well the underlying tenets behind our systems of monarchs and rulers.    “On March 25, […]

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The Aristocrat Class aka MP’s

The Aristocrat Class aka MP’s

   Let me outline the Spencer family line for your contemplation. Why have I chosen the Spencer family: because John Charles Spencer was Lord Althorp aka the 3rd Earl Spencer who was the Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1830 to 1834, leader of the House of Commons and who supported the Bill proposed by the […]

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LEGACIES of British Slave Owners

LEGACIES of British Slave Owners

  In case you missed this in the media here is an article published by University College London on 26th February 2013 entitled the Legacy of the British Slave Ownership dealing with the Abolition of Slavery Act 1883 and Slave Compensation Fund of 1834. You can read the full article on their website, which details […]

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MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES

MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES

  In this post I will explain the background and purpose of the marriage certificate.  Before I continue, did you know that can’t marry until you get a marriage licence, issued by either the Church or a state body? That’s right; you need a licence, which is permission to get married. The brief historical background […]

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The CHURCH and SLAVERY

The CHURCH and SLAVERY

WHAT IS A SLAVE? A Slave is defined in the dictionary as: a person who is the legal property of another and is bound to absolute obedience, human chattel; helpless victim to or of some dominating influence; drudge, having no leisure.  Slavery is defined as: condition of a slave; existence of slaves as an institution; […]

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The link between the STATE and CHURCH

The link between the STATE and CHURCH

  There’s an inextricable link between the State and the Church. This link has existed for over a thousand years and continues to this day. For centuries, monarchs ruled by the idea of divine right, which is a term purportedly extracted from the bible to justify the rights of the monarchy. However, in historical terms, […]

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What the ALL CAPS version of your name means

What the ALL CAPS version of your name means

The ALL CAPITALISED version of your name is called CAPITUS DIMINUTIO MAXIMA. So what does Capitis Diminutio Maxima mean? In Blacks Law Dictionary the definition is as follows. In Roman law it meant a diminishing or abridgment of personality. This was a loss or curtailment of a man’s status or aggregate of legal attributes and […]

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The Parliamentary debate 1833 on the COMPENSATION Fund

The Parliamentary debate 1833 on the COMPENSATION Fund

Here are the actual extracts from some of  the speeches in Parliament before the Slavery Abolition Act 1833 was passed, with politicians demanding to know how the £20million compensation fund was going to be raised (£20million was equivalent 40% of the annual government expenditure at that time). To give you some perspective as to the […]

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Who is ASSASSINATED?

Who is ASSASSINATED?

Abraham Lincoln – American President who campaigned to abolish slavery and in his Gettysburg Address in 1863 announced the emancipation of slaves in the United States.  He was a lawyer who was elected as President in 1860. He was assassinated in April 1865 by a lone gunman.       Gandhi – He was a […]

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