Submitted by Jeremp | 4:03 AM EDT on August 17, 2016
I can’t help but post an interesting point about the following paper: “THE GREAT AMERICAN ADVENTURE - SECRETS OF AMERICA” [Political history of government and law] By Judge Dale, retired.
I read the whole thing just today, once I discovered it on one of these sites. Of the many interesting points I read, I want to discuss the original 13th amendment topic. The cabal workers mentioned in the above paper have gone through extensive efforts to hide the truthfulness of the original 13th amendment as it addresses titles of nobility. As we all have read that there are groups attempting to restore the original organic constitution but a lot of work has to be done to locate original archives that the cabal has done their best to destroy.
A look back at history will show that there was a large constitution-loving-people (whose name I will not mention so as not to trigger the pre-programmed negative response that many readers experience) which were exiled to the west before the civil war and were therefore spared many of the atrocities that occurred in the north and south. These people are a record-taking and history-keeping people. Recently Judge Anna von Reitz praised these people as “miracle workers” when she needed to find legal documentation. her words were “As of four o’clock this afternoon, June 27, 2016, Alaska Standard Time, we have confirmed the necessary (and in many cases more than sufficient) number of claimants who are “grandfathered in” as American State Nationals and heirs of the Republic to prove up on our claim to secure the land jurisdiction of every one of fifty nation-states. Thank you to all those who have answered this call for help and special thanks to the “[redacted] Miracle Workers” who worked so hard to confirm and secure the public records and documents needed.” Is it unreasonable to believe that perhaps that these people would have actual original copies of the organic constitution with the original 13th amendment? These people believed there was going to come a time when the constitution and the rule of law would be in risk.
If you follow the Sorcha Faal source they mentioned last year that when Obama visited with some of these constitution-loving people the media was not allowed to observe. “As to why these reporters were not allowed to be near President Obama when he met with [redacted] leaders, FSB experts in this report state, was due to the documents they were all viewing relating to what is commonly called “The White Horse Prophecy”. Concerning this “prophecy” it is commonly accepted that the general belief is as follows: “In 1855, it was declared declared that “when the Constitution of the United States hangs, as it were, upon a single thread, they will have to call for [us] ‘to save it from utter destruction; and [we] will step forth and do it” (Journal of Discourses 2:182).” That puts an interesting perspective on what Judge Anna mentioned about the miracle workers.
Does this mean that everything these peoples teach is true? Of course it does not imply that; but do we not owe it to ourselves to entertain the possibility that there may be others truths in their words? They definitely have an interesting perspective on the “Discovery” of America, the original inhabitants of North America and the claim that the North American inhabitants were not barbarous savages but highly educated and civilized with mail systems, mastery of metallurgy and astronomy, advanced road-ways, shipping etc....
Let’s watch what else these people can bring forth as this journey progresses.
This content was originally submitted and published at Operation Disclosure.