& the Process of Self Liberation under Common Law
In the past months, David Wilcock posted an epic work on Financial Tyranny. One of the most interesting parts of that story is a lawsuit against the central banking system that has been filed by Neil Keenan and Keith Scott, a story that had been covered by Benjamin Fulford for quite some time already.
When I investigated this story further, I found out that current International Civil law and thus all the nations operating under this jurisdiction (including the corporate US government) ultimately are legally nothing but vassals of the Vatican. In other words: (virtually) all nations are legally operated as (de-facto) corporations under the jurisdiction of the Vatican. And as we will see, that gives some very interesting possibilities that may offer some solutions to the problems we are facing.
The story starts with the Keenan lawsuit, which uses a powerful commercial lien process under Common Law. One of the advisors in that process is Winston Shrout, who is considered to be an expert in this field. In an interview with Wilcock, Shrout referred to the Bible as his source for the legal processes he was using, but Shrout was not aware of any books people may read for more information.
So, I went looking on the internet what I could find, and I found the book “Pied Pipers of Babylon” by Verl K. Speer, which goes into the history and fundamental principles of Common Law, the law system used by the Anglo-Saxons in England. He claims that this system originates from the Israelites, which migrated to Northern Europe and that it is the same system one can find in the Bible.
Another part of this story, is the process talked about by a fellow named Drake. He talks about returning the US to common law before Law Enforcement agencies in the US will perform mass arrests of the bankers in the US. In this process, juries are formed (an important feature of common law) in various states, which file some paperwork by which the states declare their independence of the corporate Washington government and return to their original constitution and bill of rights.