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— by Howie Howie

The Certificate you are after is the one that is good for "all legal purposes" ( in other words- a 'leg' to stand on).

The Certificate that was created at the Hospital and later recorded with the State has 'no value'. The reason it has no value is because it is 'priceless'. It is the only certificate that bears your Christian name (first name).

And, Vital Statistics is correct- the State owns the name on the Birth Certificate.

The Birth Certificate is a 'Gift Certificate'. The gift is all the benefits that only the State can provide- licenses, passports etc.

The only question is- did you accept the gift?

If you Authenticated and Acknowledged the BC then you have accepted the gift (Equity will not complete an imperfect gift, the completion must be done in law).

You have "taken Jesus Christ into your heart". In other words you have accepted to be party to a Trust with the State.

The reason I reference Jesus Christ above is because of the structure of the construct (the Matrix, the matter, the mother, the womb).

Allow me to explain.

There are three separate and distinct planes of order that one can invoke depending on ones use of a name.

1- What I call the 'Jesus Christ'. This is your birth certificated person- the office of debtor. You can either take this into your heart by Authentication and Acknowledgment (and thereby expressing a Trust), or reject it. A rejection might look like a resignation. If you were to make use of this name and certificate without authentication and acknowledgement, you would be engaged in 'identity theft'- something to keep in mind as to why maybe so many are engaged in a 'nashing of teeth'.

2- What I call the 'Christ Jesus'. This is your Baptismal person. This is the office of creditor. The symbolism of the Baptism is that you are submerged in water (underwater as debtor), in the underworld, lost at sea. You rise up out of the water (no longer underwater as debtor) and receive your new name, a new status- live instead of dead. If one gets the Baptismal Certificate legalized and begins using this name in tandem with the Birth certificated name, one can walk on water- above hell (the debtors prison).

3- What I simply call 'Christ'. This is the office of director. This is you acting in Christian name only- in the world, but not of the world. This is the forth element of a Trust that no books on Trusts ever really explain. The hidden key so to speak.

You will see in the E-Manuel (The Bible), that these three names are used. They seem interchangeable, but they are not. Remember this Maxim- similar things are not the same.

So, when you look at the back of the dollar bill and you see the complete pyramid that hovers above the blocks below, you are seeing a symbol of perfection.

Bottom left of pyramid (the right hand of god) is the office of debtor, Jesus Christ- the birth certificated person (Washington D.C. or the State).

Bottom right of pyramid, (the left hand of god) is the office of creditor, Christ Jesus, the Baptismal person, the anti-christ (the Church and it's Popes).

At the top of the pyramid is the 'Administration'. The Devil (the god of this world) and his devils. Lawyers and their ilk that facilitate the administration of debts from debtors to creditors (The City of London).

Finally, there is the all seeing eye in the middle. Christ. The light. You coming in your Christian name as director, commanding the performance of the will of the Father.

Now, what do you think would happen if you were to be sitting in the directors chair as Christ returned and directed the administrator, the Devil, to balance the books to zero because the creditor has completely forgiven the debts of the debtor?

Wouldn't that leave nothing left to administrate?

Matthew 6:9-13 (KJV)
9 After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.

10 Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.

11 Give us this day our daily bread.

12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.