I am posting this under a separate topic, as a search for the subject generated just 2 results, and this didn't seem appropriate as a response to either.
It's rather a long post [from F'bk by one known as Michael Machette VanHelsing http://neercorps.wixsite.com/templeoflightnlife; posted in the 'tactical [sovereignty], administrating the Estate' group] so I've attached it in a.pdf
[I've dipped into the site but not in depth. I did notice that the requested 'donation' for the e-book + lifetime consultation on Private Trusts is "only $1500." The skeptic in me asks why those who (one can only surmise) have actually succeeded in crossing over to 'the private,' and presumably no longer have issues 'keeping body 'n' soul together' financially, still feel the need to 'request donations' at a level out of the reach of many.]
I've still to grasp why either 'ordination' (or adopting 'postmaster general') status is beneficial.
Re: Ordination, and to quote a Borisism, "Boom! 💣 Answer came in the form of a Talkshoe show I listened to yesterday evening so another puzzle piece falls in to place Ah, well...back to it to 'puzzle' out the rest 🌻💝
A crença e a descrença têm dividida a humanidade em tantas seitas, cegando os seus olhos à visão da unicidade de toda a vida.
Belief and disbelief have divided mankind into so many sects, blinding its eyes to the vision of the oneness of all life.