If one was inclined to correct the birth record to add or change the name of the Father to "God" what effect, if any, would that have on things/public/emergency etc?
If the BC is a deed and requires acceptance doesn't it make sense to make any changes thereto? Since we have been told in the bible to call no man on earth your father then it appears, if there is a fathers name in the record or not, that the record reflect it be God per the bible? Would this act not clarify ones standing and remove all doubts as to who one is, ie heir, peacemaker?
Or do we rely that the BC/instrument is a receipt/indemnification? Still makes sense to correct such a "minor" detail as who the Father is. Might nip a whole lot of stuff in the bud.
I was of the comprehension that the registration registered an event. Subsequently, it is presumed to be of the dead. Doesn't the affidavit or other notice of age of majority represent that the living heir is not dead, of the living and can claim the estate of that trust, ceste que? Or is the age of majority a function of the fictional world/bc/dead entity merely going from child/minor to "age of majority" to operate without the status of a ward?
That all asked regardless of whether one presumes the bc registration registers a dead entity or a living being if the registration occurred because of our existence by changing the record to indicate the father being "God" is the State really going to say the registration is not of the living and is in fact a dead entity? Probably not. Would not the change provide one just a little more standing as being an ambassador of Christ thus eliminating any obstruction of the estate? Is that not an operation of law?
I'm not asking to challenge anyone's position, belief or teaching, rather because I thought the purpose of being the age of majority or coming forward to show that we have not abandoned or lost at sea and that the "prodigal son' has reappeared. Perhaps I missed something along the way in writings, conversation etc regarding presumed to be lost at sea, presumed abandoned estate.
674.7 COPY TO IOWA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH.
When the court grants a decree of change of name, the clerk of the
court shall furnish the petitioner with a certified copy of the
decree and mail an abstract of a decree requiring a name change to be
reflected on a birth certificate to the state registrar of vital
statistics of the Iowa department of public health on a form provided
by the state registrar.
674.8 COPY TO COUNTIES.
The clerk of the court shall send a certified copy of the decree
to the recorder's office in every county in this state where real
property is owned by the petitioner.
674.9 FORMER NAME INDICATED.
Any new birth certificate issued to a person granted a change of
name shall reflect the former name of the person issued the new birth
Changing the name of something that is not your's is still not your's
Consider in your current operation that the issuer of this person you are requesting is still under state jurisdiction. You are literally praying to the court to do it for while creating an employment relationship.
If you aware of another method by means do tell, so long as we are not talking about the Person incorporated in the Divisions Records.
Age of majority is self executing. Even lunatics and infants can and do contract and make agreements.
Also your attempt to use the minor definition in general may fail to extend beyond Part 363 of Subchapter A of Chapter II of Subtitle B of Title 31 of CFR
It exists because somebody decided to be God on earth and established such account comprehending that all creation is of God. The account/ storehouse established in trust for the minor and in the event they come of age they can take over said account and continue to do the will of God. They use the account because 99.999% of people are not ready to give up the idea of money, whatever it may be.
The garden of eden hasnt been re-established unless youre creating it and havent shared
On Dec 2, 2017 3:58 AM, "Viking Wrath [via UNDERGROUND CANTINA]" <[hidden email]> wrote:
doesn't the question stand on its own?
if there is a minor account, how was it created? if such a presumption exists, how is it extinguished?
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