Persons are Fictional Beings

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According to the text, who is the only thing that is self-made?

God

What does the text say about our identity?

Our identity is determined by our name

What does the text say about the laws we obey?

We obey the laws of our country

What does the text say about our property and control?

We don't own property and have no control

According to the text, what is the purpose of using a proxy name in legal matters?

To avoid confusion and taint

What does the text say about the laws individuals are obeying and following?

They are obeying both the laws of God and man

According to the text, what is fictional jurisdiction?

The jurisdiction of every court

What does the text recommend regarding claiming sovereignty?

Claim sovereignty using a proxy as an authorized representative

According to the text, who are considered sovereigns in a country?

The people

What is the basis of government authority according to the text?

The will of the people

Why is it not possible for every individual to be a sovereign?

It would lead to chaos and conflicting laws

What should sovereignty be understood in the context of according to the text?

God's laws and the laws of life

Study Notes

Understanding Sovereignty and Fictional Beings

  • The concept of sovereignty is often misunderstood, with many people claiming to be sovereign citizens or sovereign individuals.
  • The basis of government authority is the will of the people, and the courts appeal to our vanity by stating that sovereignty resides in the people.
  • In order for the system to exist, it needs us to believe that we are sovereigns, as our will is the basis of government authority.
  • The only two wills in existence are man's will and God's will, and if the sovereignty is in the people, then it is our will being done.
  • The people of a country are considered sovereigns, as they have the power and authority to vote government officials into office.
  • Laws are passed in the name of the people, but often the same laws are imposed on the people without their consent.
  • The Queen of England is an example of a sovereign who is not subject to the laws she passes in her name.
  • It is not possible for every individual to be a sovereign, as it would lead to chaos and conflicting laws.
  • In the real world, men and women are subject to certain laws, such as the law of gravity, and cannot claim to be above the law.
  • Sovereignty should be understood in the context of God's laws and the laws of life, rather than focusing solely on the laws of men.
  • The concept of persons or fictional beings is related to reclaiming securities and understanding the rights of entitlement holders.
  • The person named on the birth certificate is considered the entitlement holder, and their interest can be assigned to a proxy for representation and protection of property interests.

Test your knowledge on the complex topic of sovereignty and the role of fictional beings. Explore the misconceptions surrounding sovereignty, the power of the people, and the implications of being a sovereign individual. Gain insight into the relationship between government authority, laws, and the concept of persons. Discover the importance of understanding entitlement holders and their rights. Challenge yourself with this quiz and deepen your understanding of these fascinating subjects.

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