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Old 19-11-2012, 06:49 PM   #2
aulus agerius
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Originally Posted by nemus_amaranthi View Post
We need to wake up.
The society we live in is nothing but a filthy pyramid scheme of mind control.
If you believe that what you wrote is true then yes, you do need to wake up.
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Pope Boniface VIII in 1302 during the Inquisition, an “express trust” was created with a Papal Bull called “Unnam Sanctum”.
Plainly nonsense. Trusts have their origins in English law and in 1302, trusts were not formally recognized. Nor were they known as trusts at that time. The term "trust" is a 16th Century one.
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It created this and it created the Roman Empire from Roman Cult Sorcery.

It has 3 different “Cestui Que Vie” trusts-

1. Romanus Pontifex
2. Aeterni Regis
3. Convocation
Evidence?
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All law is Ecclesiastical Law. This law allows “Constructive Trusts” to be created.
Nonsense. Constructive trusts are part of Equity. Although equity's origins are in ecclesiastical, it has been recognized as part of secular law for 500 years.
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These trusts demand you retire before 75, because that is outside the law of the trust to claim.
Evidence?
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In a courtroom you have an Administrator, Trustee, Executor and a Beneficiary.
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No, you don't. You've been watching too much youtube.
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A person taken in to court is the Beneficiary. Your Birth Certificate is nothing more than the title of the Trust, the Judge in a court, who is basically an Administrator, asks for the person’s name, if you give your name, the one on your birth certificate, then you are allowing the Judge (Administrator), to swap roles with you as the beneficiary.

A constructive trust is defined as – “Constructive trusts in English law are a form of trust created by the courts primarily where the defendant has dealt with property in an "unconscionable manner", but also in other circumstances; the property will be held in "constructive trust" for the harmed party, obliging the defendant to look after it.”
These to paragraphs are contradictory. A defendant who is fixed with a constructive trust is a trustee, not a beneficiary. The most common example of a constructive trust is the case of mistaken payment. Constructive trusts are not particularly common.
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Once they have the name, you have given the fiction of the Cestui Que Vie Trust, life. It is nothing but modern slavery; it allows the Stock shares, which are generated by your birth certificate, to be taken from you.
This is pure fantasy. Let's see one of these stock shares you claim exists.

And so on and so forth.
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This teaching is not only wrong in the sense that it is false. It is wrongful. That is, it is full of wrong."
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