GLOBAL GOVERNANCE OF THE PRIESTS, BY THE PRIESTS, AND FOR THE PRIESTS ?
The Magna Carta Is A Spell Of Dominion
Esoteric – That which you personally fail to see and remains hidden before you, meaning therefore, ‘something that remains hidden’.
Exoteric – A seemingly automatic and outwardly expressed superficial ritual practice or action by you, as a consequence of you personally failing to see the meaning of that which lies before you, and therefore remains hidden before you, meaning therefore, ‘in expression or action only without full understanding’.
A GLOBAL PUBLIC AUTHORITY
Woe to you scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites; because you go round about the sea and the land to make one proselyte; and when he is made, you make him the child of hell twofold more than yourselves.
Definition of Proselyte –
n. A new convert to a doctrine or religion.
Etymology of Proselyte
Orwellian doublethink and controlled insanity
Definition of Temporal
2. Of or relating to the material world; worldly
Temporal therefore refers to talk of the territories of the physical world under true Natural Law. It is talk of the world of reality, not fictions.
The Priestly Scribes, Priests of the Clergy –
Definition of Clergy
Etymology of Clergy
Rule of Law
“The rule of law is an ambiguous term that can mean different things in different contexts.”
Comment. – Is the rule of law really an ambiguous term, or a term ‘deliberately’ made ambiguous ?
Definition of Ambiguous –
“Not clear or decided.”
“Pontifex Maximus is the chief priest of rome”
Pontifex Maximus – Master of the Spell of Dominion
Definition of Nexus
We read within paragraph 1,
“Their nexus and effectiveness is guaranteed by the proper implementation of the rule of law.”
In paragraph 3, we go on to read,
“By ensuring that the principles of free consent, good faith and pacta sunt servanda are respected, this Organization guarantees that relations between States are regulated by applicable international treaties and governed by reason, justice and fair negotiations, rather than by fear, force or manipulation.”
Further, we read in paragraph 4,
“In enforcing these treaties, the United Nations must be a neutral arbitrator and must respect the contracting intent and desire of the Parties.”
Statement by H.E. Archbishop Celestino Migliore, Apostolic Nuncio, Permanent Observer of the Holy See
62nd session of the UN General Assembly
Before the Sixth Committee, on item 86:
The rule of law at the national and international levels
New York, 26 October 2007
Statement By H.E. Archbishop Celestino Migliore Apostolic Nuncio, Permanent Observer Of The Holy See 62nd Session Of The UN General Assembly Before The Sixth Committee, On Item 86: The Rule Of Law At The National And International Levels New York, 26 October 2007
By Holy See Mission
DISTILLING CONTROLLED INSANITY FOR SANITY
Where Lies The Ambiguity of The Rule of Law ? It Lies With Controlled Insanity (Points to Note) :
To understand how events come into operation given the quoted paragraphs above, taken from the document of the Permanent Observer of the Holy See, we are to draw forth clarity by considering,
i. That the rule of law is a key central issue for all concerned
ii. That the rule of law can only apply to terms of a fictitious character in agreement with the principles to be found in –
Political Charters Create Corporate Countries As Fictions
iii. That the rule of law is an obfuscation, weakly ‘mirroring’ and distorting that of The Rule of Law derived from nature’s Natural Law, for the purposes of operating in accordance with the personally owned imaginings of a private fictitious agenda
iv. That among representative contracting participating parties, the supremacy of the ‘principles of free consent, good faith and pacta sunt servanda are respected’,
– and understood to emanate from the governing conditions found in the Law of Freewill in man, expressed and provided for through Natural Law, given here as, ‘reason, justice and fair negotiations’, to be held above that of a fictitious rule of law,
– and that those constituent components of Freewill derived from Natural Law, here given as, ‘reason, justice and fair negotiations’, are given primacy to those of a fictitious rule of law derived from the personal imaginings of men, which fictitious rule of law is to be arrived at through negotiation and agreed through contract,
– and to which the supremacy of principles as given to be, ‘free consent, good faith and pacta sunt servanda’, are understood to precede all else, as those principles to be in fact found in the natural physical world of reality, which principles are provided for by nature’s immutable Natural Law in governing the physical world equally so throughout all men in the provision of its Law of Freewill, of which insight of understanding and supremacy to all else, stated or unstated, maybe distilled from,
RULE THYSELF LEST YE BE RULED
(Distinguishing Between Fiction and Reality)
v. That, pacta sunt servanda (Latin.- agreements must be kept), given as,
“In its most common sense, the principle refers to private contracts, stressing that contained clauses are law between the parties, and implies that nonfulfillment of respective obligations is a breach of the pact.”,
will obviously apply in its operations :
– firstly, to those already aware of how and where private contracts or private contractual obligations are first initiated and to be ‘found’, being brought into play under the provisions of Natural Law, and;
– secondly, its operations apply to those who subsequently contract to newly negotiated private contracts and established private contracts, whereby the requirements of ‘full-disclosure’, ‘should’ have been provided for before they entered into contract, as to the nature of the instrument to which there will exist an obligation, together with disclosure of all other instruments that form a nexus, and of which full-disclosure for all instruments in their entirety, accord with the spirit and the facts to be found in –
PUBLIC SERVICE, COMMON SENSE AND THE LAW – PART I
vi. That, pacta sunt servanda is an entitlement and condition of the church, that ‘belongs to’ and is in the ownership of the church, as ‘their rule of law’ accorded them by ‘their faith’ and view, and allowed for in nature’s physical world under the Law of Freewill derived from nature’s Natural Law, (and whereby the church represents a ‘superior-natural equal’, in negotiation with an ‘inferior-natural counter-equal’, for example, monarchy, in that monarchy no longer receives the ‘divine right of kings’ directly derived from the will of a God, rather, as clearly established, through their coronation by the clergy), and this being shown to be the case by proof of it being said that it,
“is a brocard, a basic principle of civil law and of international law.” (See description & comment of Brocard (law) below)
Of which basic principles termed for and to be found in civil and international law, are those that can only be directed for the guidance and regulation of fictions, that is, ‘human persons’, and their interests in fictitious territorial jurisdictions, through those over-seeing them as it relates to their good-faith.
Where the term ‘human persons’, are those who agree to adopt a fictitious quality in describing themselves when they agree to operate in fictitious territorial jurisdictions.
That those ‘inferior-natural counter-equals’, to their ‘superior-natural equals’ in the church together working in a symbiotic relationship, are not in ownership of the ‘faith’, and therefore cannot use pacta sunt servanda, as ‘their rule of law’ emanating from and, equating to mean ‘their’ good-faith, since ‘faith’ does not belong to them as their faith, unless they ‘wish’ to be subservient and subordinate to the Church. They must therefore, in view of what they are considered to be, as ‘inferior-natural counter-equals’, resort to a term ‘askew in meaning’ to that of the term used and belonging to civil and international law, with their use of the term good-faith, belonging to and representing the interests of the church, to be then considered as equals thereby being made equal to all.
The term ‘askew in meaning’, is the ‘True Faith’ from which ‘Faith’ the ‘True Rule of Law’ emanates, and of which ‘Faith’ does not belong to the church and is not of the fictitious imaginings of good faith to be found with the church in the provision of its rule of law, and whose faith and its rule of law operates in fictitious territorial jurisdictions. Rather it is the ‘True Faith’ that is to be found with Natural Law that operates its ‘Rule of Law’ in the territorial jurisdiction of the ‘physical’ world; the world of the living –
RULE THYSELF LEST YE BE RULED
Those who apply the use of the term good-faith, relate to the church. Good-faith being of the church, equates to the church.
And those in use of the term ‘True Faith’ not of the church, equate not with the church’s good-faith nor relate to the church, but are of a ‘Faith’ by another means. The only other means left, being that of contract as the law, conditioned by the meeting-of-the-minds and full disclosure, under the law of freewill by way of Natural Law in the physical world. Contract then, being said to be law in the expression – contract is the law.
It now can be seen why municipal or corporate (domestic) law cannot circumvent international law, when it itself, as municipal domestic law with its traditions based on Roman Law, belongs to the church.
Pacta sunt servanda
Consequently, as a mechanism of the church put into place by it, a brocard, being in the ownership of the church’s Ecclesiastical Rules, makes ‘good-faith’ as a brocard, a primary source of ‘the canon law of the Catholic Church’, by which “the system of laws and legal principles made and enforced by the hierarchical authorities of the Church to regulate its external organization and government and to order and direct the activities of Catholics toward the mission of the Church, ”, can be seen to belong to the church as an important conduit of its authority.
Similarly presented, the Catholic Church’s external organiztion and government, being the entities that resort to canon law, otherwise known as Ecclesiastical Law, through which ‘good-faith’ is held by those acting, knowingly or not, on the church’s behalf under the church’s Roman law, manifested outwardly as Civil Law, and acting on its several parts as International Law, in which the good-faith of the church are all found to be in use, provides for the extension of the church’s authority by propagating its laws of ‘good-faith’.
“A brocard is a legal principle expressed in Latin (and often derived from past legal authorities or Roman Law), …”
Comment.- A brocard being legal principles in the ownership of men and not God
Pacta sunt servanda
Pacta sunt servanda –
According to Broom, this maxim originated with the civil law (Roman law) and is now part of the common law of contract.
Common law is simply the law of personal opinion, propagated and found within a personally owned private fictitious corporate kingdom or country
Lex mercatoria is the merchant law of contract, that stems from someone’s or some associations fictitious jurisdiction, and that operates across and within other fictitious jurisdictions on adoption. It being Lord Mansfield who further cemented and brought permamently man’s traditions in common law, being civil law evolving in expression through the precedence of men, to be replaced with that of the ‘fixed’ codified traditions of civil law practiced on the continent, thereby ending the variations in the expression of civil law, for that of the single expression of civil law codified –
Within the subheading of, Institution of Papal Supremacy, we read –
“…the power to be the ultimate ruler of the kingdoms within the Christian community (Christendom) which it has since retained.”,
and not forgeting that kingdoms are fictitious territories.
Keys of Heaven
Whose Pacta Sunt Servanda –
What Does “Pacta Sunt Servanda” Mean?
“This legal principle dates to Roman civil law and is one of the keystones of the legal theory behind the mechanisms and enforcement of civil law. ”
What is Canon Law ?
We read, under the subtitle, Canon law as legal system,
“The institutions and practices of canon law paralleled the legal development of much of Europe, and consequently both modern civil law and common law (legal system) bear the influences of canon law. Edson Luiz Sampel, a Brazilian expert in canon law, says that canon law is contained in the genesis of various institutes of civil law, such as the law in continental Europe and Latin American countries. Sampel explains that canon law has significant influence in contemporary society.”
In the 5th paragraph, we read,
“Indeed, the advantages gained from civil recognition as a trust are of great benefit to the mission of the Church and so the relationship between civil law and canon law should be one of dialogue and collaboration.”
The Relationship of Canon and Civil Law
Comment.- Depending upon the nature of a trust, or type of trust, its jurisdictional standing will remain under Natural Law to be found in nature’s physical world as that Laws jurisdictional territories, and it will therefore in standing, operate jurisdictionally above those of, and be superior to those of, ‘internal’ or imaginative fictitious jurisdictional laws that, most importantly, are to be ‘found’ operating in ‘fictitious territorial jurisdictions’ as creations of the mind or figments of the imagination, with their ‘fictitious rule of law’, deceptively mimicking the Rule of Law of Natural Law, provided for those who dwell in the physical world. This deception can be said to be seen with, for example, civil laws to be found operating in their fictitious jurisdictional territories. As for conflicts with civil laws, their laws will of course be adhered to, if conflict does not arise with those of a trust to be found in the physical jurisdictional territories of Natural Law.
It is interesting to open the given website link and read of the ‘different branches’ of canon law when we consider what is written under the description to be found in the 2nd paragraph, noting,
“Canon law may be divided into various branches, according to the points of view from which it is considered”
Canon Law, General notions and divisions –
The Pope cancels the Magna Carta (1215)
Comment.- What appears to be canceled is the Charter with the seal attached, and not the charter without its seal.
What also has to be borne in mind is the working close relationship we read about –
The Pope’s Knights
Sovereign Military Order of Malta
The Vatican & The Jesuits
Knights of Malta Facebook
Pacta Sunt Servanda is the clegy’s rule of law –
* Pacta Sunt Servanda
Divine right of kings –
The divine right of kings, or divine-right theory of kingship, is a political and religious doctrine of royal and political legitimacy. It asserts that a monarch is subject to no earthly authority, deriving the right to rule directly from the will of God.
Divine Right of Kings
If we consider that all men are ‘equally endowed’ by nature’s Cause with ‘innate freewill’, then the information we find in reading what is said about the Divine Right of Kings, as well as what is said concerning ‘the Church’, is something of a curiosity, since the Will of God, we would reasonably deduce in relation to man, is quite clear when it comes to all men everywhere – who are endowed with ‘an equal measure of freewill before nature’s Cause or nature’s God’, without exception in the realm of the physical world.
The source of a rebellion to what man sees as God’s Will, on the matter of freewill, would not be God as the source of rebellion contradicting Himself; we would reasonably deduce regarding ‘equal freewill’ in all men, but the source of rebellion, if we look to Heaven for heavenly authority and the source of what God would not make absurd in us, would then be an alternative to God’s Authority and the use by men of that ‘alternative authority’, in making ‘absurd’, equal innate freewill endowed by nature’s Cause or nature’s God in all men.
COMPENDIUM OF THE SOCIAL DOCTRINE OF THE CHURCH –
TO HIS HOLINESS POPE JOHN PAUL II MASTER OF SOCIAL DOCTRINE AND EVANGELICAL WITNESS TO JUSTICE AND PEACE
Historic Definition of Master:
“A person who has complete control of something”
“an owner of a slave, animal, etc.”
Comment.- In its historic sense, the opposite to ‘master’ in relation to people was ‘slave’, or citizen – which amounts to the same thing as a slave, where there is no provision of understanding and choice made through full-disclosure.
Under the title-subheading, Roman legal development, we read,
“Before the Twelve Tables (754–449 BC), private law comprised the Roman civil law (ius civile Quiritium) that applied only to Roman citizens, and was bonded to religion;….It is believed that Roman Law is rooted in the Etruscan religion,”
In the subtitle, The Twelve Tables, we read,
“Rather, the tables contained specific provisions designed to change the then-existing customary law. Although the provisions pertain to all areas of law, the largest part is dedicated to private law and civil procedure.”
Following A Trail to the Feet of the Vainglorious –
Comment.- If the reader were to try and locate the roots of the law as it is known in any system of jurisprudence, it seems that what the law is really set about to do in the way it is provided, and shown, is that it shows a struggle of men, trying to wrest away natural law’s universal provisions as quickly as is practicably possible (before customary law may lead to the formulations of these universal provisions that provide for equal freewill to all men) into the hands and province of a minority, for them to set about determining what the freewill of all men will amount to under their auspices. This is about bringing all aspects of human affairs into a position to be regarded as a corporate brand, under a corporate label, to be able to influence perceptions in line with someone else’s ‘correct’ thinking, and that ends up securing the interests of a minority to their advantage.
A sample of weblinks illustrating – A Trail to the Feet of the Vainglorious who are mere men :
Patrician (ancient Rome)
Corpus Juris Civilis
The Institutes of Justinian edited by Thomas Collett Sandars
“The king published regulations on matters that fell exclusively within his province as pontifex maximus, …”
the digest of justinian By Justinian I (Emperor of the East)
Quintus Mucius Scaevola Pontifex
Definition of Vainglorious
Definition of Province
“Ecclesiastical A division of territory under the jurisdiction of a metropolitan.”
Definition of Metropolitan
Hierarchy of the Catholic Church
From Chapter 2, entitled, The Crown of the Cæsars Passes to the Papacy, we read,
The Roman Church, without dispute, had by 538 inherited the seat of the Caesars, as Adolf Harnack recorded in his book What is Christianity?,
It [the Papacy] is a political creation, and as imposing as a World-Empire, because of the continuation of the Roman Empire. The Pope, who calls himself “King” and “Pontifex Maximus” is Caesar’s successor. (New York, Putnam, 1901, second edition, page 270).
The same historian concluded that—
The Roman Church in its way privily pushed itself into the place of the Roman World-Empire, of which it is the actual continuation. (Ibid.)
Alexander Clarence Flick in his historical work, The Rise of the Mediaeval Church, concluded that,
The mighty Catholic Church was little more than the Roman Empire baptised. Rome was transformed as well as converted. The very capital of the old Empire became the capital of the Christian Empire. The office of the Pontifex Maximus was continued in that of the Pope. . . . Even the Roman language has remained the official language of the Roman Catholic Church down through the ages. (New York: Burt Franklin, 1959 pp 148, 149).
SOURCES & ALTERNATIVE SOURCES FOR READINGS IN CHURCH HISTORY
What is Christianity? (1957) by Harnack, Adolf von, 1851-1930, New York, Harper 1901
Adolf Harnack – German historian and theologian
Adolf von Harnack
The rise of the mediaeval church: and its influence on the civilisation of western Europe from the first to the thirteenth century by Alexander Clarence Flick, G.P. Putnam, 1909
The rise of the mediaeval church and its influence on the civilisation of western Europe from the first to the thirteenth century by Flick, Alexander Clarence, 1869-1942, New York, G. P. Putnams sons 1909
The rise of the mediaeval church, and its influence on the civilisation of western Europe from the first to the thirteenth century (c1909)
THE RISE OF THE MEDIAEVAL CHURCH AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE CIVILISATION OF WESTERN EUROPE FROM THE FIRST TO THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY BY ALEXANDER CLARENCE FLICK
The Rise of the Mediaeval Church by Alexander Clarence Flick
List of Concordats
“A concordat is an agreement or treaty between the Holy See of the Catholic Church and a sovereign state that deals with the recognition and privileges of the Catholic Church in a particular country and with secular matters that impact on church interests, such as taxation as well as the right of a state to influence the selection of bishops within its territory..
The Council of Constance proclaimed the concordat to be the regular form of governing relations between the Papacy and foreign kingdoms.”
Concordats by country
List of Roman Catholic archdioceses
List of Roman Catholic dioceses (structured view)
The Catholic Church in the World
List of Anglican dioceses in the United Kingdom and Ireland
Anglican dioceses in the World
List of Orthodox churches
Orthodoxy by country
List of Interreligious Organizations
66th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights –
Photo Inset: Nelson Mandela; Caption reads – Nelson Mandela stated that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights inspired him. He was a lawyer.
Religious Leaders commit to the eradication of slavery –
Comment.- A picture is worth a thousand words
Pope Francis and Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomeus continue sterling interfaith example
Pope Francis, a ‘moment of silent adoration’ in Istanbul’s Blue Mosque
Pacta Sunt Servanda: A Meditation
The Origin and History of Contract in Roman Law down to the End of the Republican Period, W. H. Buckler
The origin and history of contract in Roman law down to the end of the republican period : being the Yorke prize essay for the year 1893 (1895)
Pope v. state : the medieval Catholic Church as an international governmental organization (2005)
The Growth of Papal Government in the Middle Ages