The Bible is a Legal Document
Prior to 1066 Common Law existed, and when laws were needed to be enforced the King would write a letter. Thus Common Law was a written law. It was the law of the King. When Common Law became recognised, it was based on the laws in the Bible and Christian Principles. It is the foundation of Statutory Law. These days, The Bible is a Legal Document, containing both good and evil within its pages.
King James Bible
Some of the people who were hired to put together the King James Bible in 1611 were lawyers. They knew that the real reason for using the capital letter version of the word “Lord” in the Old Testament was because it referred to a corporate identity, not a living sentient being. Because in Statutory Law the capital letter version of your name is called your Strawman, and it isn’t you. It is an identity that either was dead or is dead, and/or has/had the power over death. Look at your electricity bill or bank statement – it’s usually addressed to you written in all capital letters. The electricity company or bank isn’t talking to you when they send you a bill or a bank statement. They’re addressing your corporate identity.
Here is a video about the Strawman.
I used to often wonder why the Lord is written in capital letters in the Old Testament. When I read the scriptures, everything in the Old Testament suggests that the LORD is Lucifer, not the living Father whom Jesus refers to when he teaches.
In the scriptures the word LORD replaces the words Jehovah or YHWH (which is another capital letter word). The LORD of the Old Testament claims ownership over this planet. However, when you see things how they really are, he isn’t the supreme Creator of our Universe at all. The LORD is the Strawman version of the real Lord, and the real Lord is our true Father in Heaven. The fake LORD is Lucifer/Satan/the devil.
The Bible is Registered
At the front of every Bible, you will see that it is registered. Who is each bible registered to? It is registered to the government in the country where the ISBN number is registered, of course. That makes it a legal document and it also means that the govt decides what goes into it and what stays out of it. So how did Common Law come about?
The Influence of St Patrick
Christianity was introduced to Ireland by St Patrick. He was born in Roman Britain in 387 AD. When he was fourteen or so, he was captured by Irish pirates during a raiding party and taken to Ireland as a slave to herd and tend sheep. At the time, Ireland was a land of Druids and pagans but Patrick turned to God and wrote his memoir, The Confession. In The Confession, he wrote:
“The love of God and his fear grew in me more and more, as did the faith, and my soul was rosed, so that, in a single day, I have said as many as a hundred prayers and in the night, nearly the same. I prayed in the woods and on the mountain, even before dawn. I felt no hurt from the snow or ice or rain.”
Patrick’s captivity lasted until he was twenty, when he escaped after having a dream from God in which he was told to leave Ireland by going to the coast. There he found some sailors who took him back to Britain and was reunited with his family.
A few years after returning home, Patrick saw a vision he described in his memoir:
“I saw a man coming, as it were from Ireland. His name was Victoricus, and he carried many letters, and he gave me one of them. I read the heading: ‘The Voice of the Irish.’ As I began the letter, I imagined in that moment that I heard the voice of those very people who were near the wood of Foclut, which is beside the western sea-and they cried out, as with one voice: ‘We appeal to you, holy servant boy, to come and walk among us.'”
The vision prompted his studies for the priesthood. He was ordained by St. Germanus, the Bishop of Auxerre, whom he had studied under for years, and was later ordained a bishop and sent to take the Gospel to Ireland.
Arriving in Ireland
Patrick arrived in Slane, Ireland on March 25, 433. There are several legends about what happened next, with the most prominent claiming he met the chieftan of one of the druid tribes, who tried to kill him. After an intervention from God, Patrick was able to convert the chieftain and preach the Gospel throughout Ireland. There, he converted many people -eventually thousands – and he began building churches across the country.
Converting to Christianity
He often used shamrocks to explain the Holy Trinity and entire kingdoms were eventually converted to Christianity after hearing Patrick’s message.
Patrick preached and converted all of Ireland for 40 years. He worked many miracles and wrote of his love for God in Confessions. After years of living in poverty, traveling and enduring much suffering he died March 17, 461.
Missionaries in England
Ireland became Catholic and sent missionaries to England. England was still Pagan at that time but became Christian due to St Patrick’s and the Benedictan monks’ influence.
Common Law operated in England and applied the Christian principles. Parts of England were still Pagan, but when the King came into power he taught Christian principles. Common Law came about in or around the year 600 AD. Alfred the Great who was a Christian became the first King of England, and his laws were called Common Laws. The Kings that came thereafter also applied Common Law.
William the Conquerer
In 1066 William the Conquerer conquered England. He then became the King of England. He said that the law as it was – Common Law – would prevail unless he brought in a law to change it, in which case his law would replace Common Law and would be called Statutory Law, due to Statutes. They adopted the majority of the Common Laws into Statutory Law but many laws were not included in Statutory Law.
Crimes Act, Property Act etc…. Statutory laws are passed by parliament. All statutory laws that were passed after 1066 caused the development of the Magna Carta. The King prior to that had total control – ie, he was a dictator. That is why the Magna Carta (which means Great Letter) was brought in. But it didn’t stop some Kings from changing it. King John kept altering it so that he could side-step its power. He wanted total control.
Good Use of Statutory Law
An example of why Statutory Law is good is that there was a law passed called the Statute of the Forest that was brought in the 13th century and was designed to protect the forests from the Kings going in and taking land or killing wildlife unneccessarily. Statutory Law is based on Common Law but has been changed to suit the times and circumstances of the places where it operates since its inception. But it first began based on Common Law.
Bad Use of Statutory Laws to Enforce Taxes
When the Bankers started to implement their methods of dealing with the people, they had to pass laws to do so. However, there are certain verses in the Bible that state that a man cannot be taxed on his wages. He can be taxed on his income, but not his wages. There’s a fine line here, and words are the tools used to bypass Christian and Biblical laws.
Have you ever noticed that you aren’t required to submit a “wages” tax return? What you are required to submit is called an “income” tax return – that’s how people are deceived. Certain words have been adopted into the legal dictionary that allow the people who own the money to rob us of a portion of our wages. This is why lawyers were needed when King James collected the books of the Bible together to write the King James version of the bible. Only the lawyers would know how to use words in a way so that certain laws could be enforced upon the people.
The Bible is a legal document.