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THE BULL UNAM SANCTAM , 1302 The Bull ‘Unam Sanctam’, in which Pope Boniface VIII asserted his rights against King Phillip the Fair of France, is a landmark in the history of the doctrine of Papal Primacy. The 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia says: “The Bull lays down dogmatic propositions on the unity of the Church, the necessity of belonging to it for the attainment of eternal salvation, the position of the Pope as supreme head of the Church, and the duty thence arising of submission to the Pope in order to belong to the Church and thus to attain salvation. – in the writings of non- Catholic authors against the definition of Papal Infallibility, the Bull … was used against Boniface VIII as well as against the papal primacy in a manner not justified by its content. The statements concerning the relations between the spiritual and the secular power are of […]


UNITED STATES, BRITAIN, FRANCE, GERMANY, ITALY, SPAIN, PORTUGAL I picked up the book by David Icke, “Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center” published in 2002. When I read on page 23 that the United States had gone bankrupt in 1930, I didn’t want to believe it. Even more unbelievable, he states that we don’t live in a country anymore, but have a company. A corporation. There was a Geneva Convention in Switzerland between 1928 and 1932. Since the documents detailing this are non-existant or missing, he states that the bankers said that either the countries declared bankruptcy to the Illuminati banks or there would be no loans to get them out of the deep global depression at that time. So they accepted official bankruptcy to the global banking system. He states we do no longer have a country since we declared bankruptcy. This bankruptcy is actually in the […]

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Freedom is natural. It is our birthright; in fact, it is who we truly are. We are free right now and we can demonstrate our freedom from this point on, simply by controlling our contracting; always staying in honor. Sovereigns make use of questions and negative averments, rather than positive statements that may then need to be proved. Sovereigns turn every argument that we may be inclined to make into a conditional acceptance. In this way, we control our property, starting with our bodies and our minds, which is what freedom & sovereignty is all about.