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International Maritime Admiralty Law: The Human Race Is Owned Property

Updated on November 24, 2017

There are Two Kinds of Law

In ancient times, nearly as far back as recorded history, an idea was developed that there were only two places people could be; they could be "on land" or "on water." This idea goes as far back into history as ancient Babylon, and was especially important to the Roman Empire.

As a result, two different types of law were created: the "law of the land" and the "law of the sea." The "law of the sea" (law of water) is the law of money. The "law of the land" is the law of any particular culture of people, who occupy a certain landmass. "People of the land" have their own customs, traditions, languages, beliefs, practices, religions, philosophies, morals, values, and so on. Under "natural law" (law of the land), things are allowed in some places, but not in others. When countries are "sovereign" and can make their own laws, this is "natural law" -- the "law" of the land.

According to Black's Law Dictionary, "natural law" comes before, and takes precedent over, other types of law; but we are not supposed to know anything about that. The "people" running things do not want us to be under natural law; "they" do not care about the culture or traditions of anyone -- anywhere in the world. "They" want everyone to be under the same law everywhere (World Government); this is why it is important to understand "international maritime admiralty law," which is the "law of the sea," the "law of water," and the "law of money."

Money is Water

The "law of water" is banking; it's the "law of money." Money does not care about borders, customs, traditions, morals, values, beliefs, opinions, religions, or any of the rest of it. Money can be used anywhere in the world, and no matter who you are or where you come from; money, and the "law of money" is going to apply to you. You can take your credit card and use it anywhere across any border in the world.

Money is a "liquid" asset; this is why we sometimes will see a "liquidation" sale. We can sometimes have our heads "underwater," if we are behind on our payments. Commerce is water; this is why we say things like, "we are drowning in a sea of debt," or "the market dried-up. Sometimes we can get something for a "fleet" price if it is on "sale"; a "fleet" of ships set "sail." Banks have to be "bailed out," because they can not stay "afloat," and you better keep your head "above water," when it comes to your cash "flow." We have heard of "slush" funds, people "pooling" their resources, and the "trickle-down" theory of economics. Money is supposed to "trickle-down" from the rich to the poor -- seems like there might be a clog in the lines somewhere; the "trickle" is "trickling" in the wrong direction.

Nothing ever "trickles-down" from the government to "the people" -- except for the short end of the stick. All of this, and plenty more, describe things that have to do with money; that's because money is water, and it is an expression of the "law of the sea" -- international maritime admiralty law.

Banks Direct the Current

Everything in banking is under international maritime admiralty law. All the words and terms associated with banking fall under this type of law -- the "law of water." "Banks" are on both sides of a river; riverbanks direct the flow of the water (the current-cy). This is why money is called "currency," because it "flows" between the "banks," and the "banks" direct the "flow" of the "current," see?

Ships Are Always Female

All ships are female; you will never hear an admiral or captain refer to their ship as a male -- a ship is always female. It does not matter if it's a ship in the water, a rocket ship, airship, spaceship, mother ship (never a father ship), or any other kind of ship -- it is always a "she."

This is because, according to international maritime admiralty law, all ships are female; by law all ships are female. This is because it is the female who "delivers" the "product." "She" pulls into the harbor to deliver the product into the country. The male "man-ufactures" the product; but after the "labor" is done, the female "delivers" the product.

People are Slaves

When "she" pulls into port, she sits in her "berth"; the ship is then tied off at the "dock." Any "product" coming from the ship then has to have paperwork; whatever the product is, it must have a "certificate of manifest." The ship was not there, but now it has manifested, so we must have a "certificate of manifest." This "certificate" must include all the specifications of whatever the "product" being "delivered" is: what it is, how big it is, how much it weighs, and all the details of the "product" must be recorded on the "certificate of manifest." All the "vital signs" of the "product" must be recorded on the "berth certificate."

When you were born, your mother's "water" broke, then you came through the "birth canal" to come into the world; ships use canals to come into the country. Your mother "delivered" you to the "delivery" room, then the doctor (the dock), recorded all your "vital signs" onto a "birth certificate." How long you were, how much you weighed, what your gender was, and all the rest of your "vital signs" were recorded onto the "birth certificate." This is all exactly the same as all international maritime admiralty "products" are handled -- by law.

They even take a print of the soles of your feet when you are born; this is not for "identification," it symbolizes taking ownership of your soul -- "they" attempt to own the very essence of your being.

Under international maritime admiralty law -- you are a product -- a resource -- just like oil, gas, coal, or anything else they can make money from. You are owned property, and this is why they call us "human resources." You have an "HR department" at your job, because you are nothing more than a resource -- a human resource. By law -- the human race is owned property.

When a person is born, the "mother" must sign the "birth certificate," but the "birth certificate" does not say that it is the "mother" who "delivered" the "product"; it says the "Informant" delivered the product. Then, the original "birth certificate" is sent to the Department of Commerce, where your physical body becomes a "security" on the New York Stock Exchange.

If you were ever able to have a look at your original birth certificate, you would see that it has been traded, bought, and sold from bank to bank all around the world. What do we call people, human beings, who are legally bought and sold? What is the definition of a person who is "paid for" and "owned" legally -- by law? This would be the very definition of what is a slave. By law, we are slaves -- all of us. Think about that for a minute ... unacceptable!

Courts are Banks

When you go into a court, you are going into a bank; the banks own the courts -- by law. Inside the court is a "fence" that has a "gate" that has a piece of wood on top of it called "the bar." You have to "pass the bar" in order to be qualified to operate beyond that "fence" and "gate," in a court of law. If you have not "passed the bar," you better be with someone who has, or you might end up in a whole lot of trouble.

Before the "gate" is the area of the courtroom where observers are allowed to sit; this area represents the "law of the land." Located on the other side of the "gate" is where the judge, court officials, and jury are located; this area represents the "law of the sea" (international maritime admiralty law). When you first enter the court "they" have no jurisdiction over you, because you are in the area that is governed by the "law of the land" -- natural law. Natural law is superior to the "law of water" (law of the sea), which is what the court is under. As soon as you put your hand on "the bar," and "pass" through the "gate," you are now under international maritime admiralty law (the law of water); if things don't go your way, you might end up in "hot water" -- someone might have to "bail you out."

In court, you are subject to the "law of water" -- international maritime admiralty law -- whether you like it or not. The judge sits, and rules, from the "bench," which is elevated. Therefore, you have to look up to "the law" while the judge looks down on you. The word "bench" comes from the word "bank"; the judge rules from the bank. This is why you get a "bench" warrant, if you don't pay the bank whatever money they want from you. If you can't pay, you are in more "hot water" and will need to be "bailed out" again.

This is not just a play on words; it is international maritime admiralty law.

People are Corporations

In the 1870s, corporations decided (behind the scenes) that all people should become corporations -- they made all human beings legal corporations; this is why on all legal paperwork "YOUR NAME" appears in all capital letters. It does not represent you the "natural person" (which is what we actually are); it represents the unnatural fake corporation version of a "person." This is why we have "company" over to our houses instead of people. People need to "mind their own business," because "my business" is "none of your business" -- it's all business.

This is why when you get married, you have to have a "marriage license"; if two corporations want to "do business," and possibly produce a "product," they have to have a license to do so. Just like any two corporations, when you become legal partners you must have a license (permission from the government). International maritime admiralty law is the reason why people, human beings, must have paperwork, permits, and licenses (permission) to do normal human activities. By law -- you are not a "person" -- you are a business. You have to have a license to do any kind of business; this is why we have to have a license to do almost everything.

Everything has to do with the "law of water"; in your relation-ship, your partner-ship, and in your citizen-ship: "don't rock the boat" -- the "ship" might sink.

We are Property

If two corporations want to "do business" with one another, they have to have permission from the government. Attorneys put together all the paperwork with all the details and arrangements of the agreement so that it is all "legal." When everything is worked out, the paperwork then gets forwarded to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). After approval the two corporations have permission from the government to move forward with their business, according to the contract. If they conducted business without permission from the government, that would be considered unlawful.

The same is true with a "marriage" between two people. If those two people (corporations) produce a child (product), since the government has given permission to do the "business" of "producing a product," you must follow their rules; if not, they can take the child away from you. In this way, the government is a third partner to the "business arrangement" that you call a "marriage."

Just like a corporation, if your "marriage" ends, you have to go to court to "legally" end the arrangement. When a child is brought into this world, the child is legally a "product" from two corporations -- which can be bought, sold, and paid for -- on the New York Stock Exchange. Children are property from birth; we are all property -- from birth. Someone owns you; your physical body is the legal property of someone else -- by law.

It's Just Business

"It's nothing personal, just business." We hear that all the time, and it's true; it's all "just business" -- everything we do is "business," legally anyway. People who are "doing business" are always just "trying to make money" -- that's all they do. Maybe this has something to do with how so many people can so easily treat other people as if they are not human. We, in so many ways, have been conditioned to treat each other like garbage, and to believe people have no value -- unless they are producing money.

Every corporation is legally required to "make money" and "be profitable"; every person must do the same, or they are looked at very poorly by the rest of society. We, in so many ways, have lost our very humanity; international maritime admiralty law has something to do with this -- we must value human beings more than this.

We are not "products," and we are not "property"! We are sovereign natural born individual people living on the land with rights that are self-evident and inalienable. We acquired these rights from the very act of being "born," and they cannot be taken away.

Our rights cannot be alienated from us, voted away, or superseded by any kind of man-made fake laws like international maritime admiralty law -- it is absurd that we have let things go so far.

We can be "free" anytime we choose to be. What will we choose? What will you choose? What will I choose? ... Freedom ... I choose freedom.


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      Freedom of the sea 

      19 months ago from Algiers

      Good article , thanks

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      Brie Hoffman 

      4 years ago from Manhattan

      OK, thanks

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      Jason Horne 

      4 years ago

      There are many books on the topic. Amazon has many. A little looking around and you will surely find what you are wanting. Thank you for reading.

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      Brie Hoffman 

      4 years ago from Manhattan

      This is a very good article, thanks for taking the time to write it. I do have one question; are there any books (old books) that discuss this topic?


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