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According to Carl Jung, and Fowler’s Modern English Dictionary, a legal person is:
“‘The individual’s system of adaptation to, or the manner he assumes in dealing with, the world [the legal world, world of nations, man’s law]…
One could say, with a little exaggeration, that the persona [legal person] is that which in reality one is not, but which oneself as well as others think one is’. It would seem therefore, so far as the ordinary man can understand these things, that a persona is much the same as an image.” – The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious by C G. Jung, Oxford Fowler’s Modern English Usage Dictionary 1985
Every person in the legal matrix carries artificially bestowed obligations such as knowing and following the laws and codes that are influenced by the roman pagan law, paying taxes to the sovereign, contracting their time, mental and physical energy to be used (employed) in order to obtain ‘legal tender’ to participate in commerce so they can ‘legally’ pursue (right to peruse happiness) basic life amenities without restraint. Those kinds of obligations are not real, self-existent, or necessary to live peacefully in this world. They derive from the artificial construct of government, The Beast System.
Humanity’s state has been of artifice in that the system we live under, follow and consider daily is a clever deception. We’re raised to put on pretend-masks to be recognized and governed by an artificial system of man-made laws that molds us into indentured personhood servitude. This system supports and protects actions of wrong doing through made-up concepts like legalizing and licensing, allowing mercenaries (soldiers) to kill, historical and modern slavery, restricting your natural right to travel freely or obtain food from nature by hunting or farming, etc. This can only be possible when we “voluntarily surrendered” our Natural borne Rights and equip the legal persona to play in their theater of life.
“The rights of the individual are not derived from governmental agencies, either municipal, state, federal, or even from the Constitution, but they exist inherently in every man, and are merely reaffirmed in the Constitution and restricted [referring to Natural borne Rights] only to the extent they have been voluntarily surrendered by the citizenship to the agencies of government.” – City of Dallas v Mitchell, 245 S.W. 944
Overall the term “person” appoints any being capable of having rights (humans, corporations, municipalities, institutions, communities, etc); furthermore they are distinguished between artificial persons and natural persons. According to the American Law and Procedure book the true meaning of the term in jurisprudence, when referring to a human, is understood when investigating how it was used in the Roman and English law. Although this book was published in 1910, the inquiries are still valid in describing what a person is today.
This “person” is an artificial construct created by government. The law can be compared to a tabletop role-playing game which is a man-made concept that has players act out it’s characters. Both create characters that are taken by volunteers and governed by it’s rules. By obedience to the rules the players breath life into it, thus the game is in play. Or one can think of the governance system like an adult version of playing pretend (the “fine arts” of theatre) when their own writings metaphorically appoint the term person to “each character man is called upon to play on the judicial stage”, and in doing so the man “resembles a player in a comedy or drama.” It’s all a show.
“… the word ‘person’ designates each character man is called upon to play on the judicial stage… In this sense the same man can have several personae at the same time. In this respect he resembles the player in a comedy or drama.”
The author deciphers the inquiries from legal philosophers and professors and applies them to the American law, and apparently all other nations appointing status to people under their jurisdiction.
“The word ‘person’ does not in the language of law, as in ordinary language, designate the physical man… In fact, law, by its power of abstraction creates persons, as we shall see that it creates things, which do not exist in nature.
“… man and person cannot be synonymous for there cannot be an artificial man, though there are artificial persons… the law itself often creates an entity or a being which is called a person; the law cannot create an artificial man, but it can and frequently does invest him with artificial attributes; this is his personality, which we [the law] see and by which we are affected… While the idea may be difficult for the tyro to grasp, the personality, i. e., this condition or status of man, is entirely the creation of law.
“This word person and its scope and bearing in the law, involving, as it does, legal fictions and also apparently [in appearance only] natural beings, it is difficult to understand; but it is absolutely necessary to grasp, at whatever cost, a true and proper understanding to the word IN ALL THE PHASES OF ITS PROPER USE… A person is here not a physical or individual person, BUT THE STATUS OR CONDITION WITH WHICH HE IS INVESTED… Not an individual or physical person, but the STATUS, CONDITION OR CHARACTER BORNE (carried) by physical persons…. THE LAW OF PERSONS IS THE LAW OF STATUS OR CONDITION.” – American Law and Procedure: Constitutional Law Vol.13
These definitions clearly state what a person is from the American law standpoint. Note that Bouvier’s Law Dictionary was adapted to the Constitution of the United States.
“person – 1. the exhibition or representation of a character in dialogue, fiction, or on the stage.
2. The part or character which any one sustains, either by office or in the ordinary relations of human life.” – Webster’s American Dictionary of the English Language 1865
“person – 1. This word is applied to men, women, and children, who are called natural persons. In law, man and persons are not exactly synonymous terms. Any human being is a man, whether may be a member of society or not, whatever the rank he holds, or whatever may be his age, sex, etc. A person is a man considered according to the rank he holds in society, with all the rights to which the place be holds entitles him, and the duties which it imposes.
2. It is also used to denote a corporation which is an artificial person.
3. But when the word “persons” is spoken in legislative acts, natural persons will be intended unless something appears in the context to show that it applies to the artificial persons.” –Bouvier’s Law Dictionary 1856
By their definition of legal terms we are considered “actors” or “agents” of the “per-son” we identify as which is a creation and property of government. In law books they metaphorically describe juridical proceedings as a “comedy or drama.” We are considered the vulgar masses, vulgar meaning the common illiterate people because we don’t understand the law and we ‘need’ an attorney to re-present us, to act as our person. Unless you can prove in court that you are well versed in the legal language and proceedings you are viewed, by default, as an insane lunatic. Demeaning, but understandable when pondering… The law sees the average person as not being fully familiar with the laws and procedures, and when he is in court he “might”, “by taking reasonable pains”, ‘have acquired the necessary knowledge of the law’; thus, he is voluntarily ignorant. When he communicates the common vulgar language in court, the magistrate hears a “mentally deranged” individual speaking words “that have no foundation in reason or reality [in law]”. The law only comprehends it’s terms of art. That is why legal professionals suggest having an attorney re-present you.
Legal Maxim: “Lunaticus, qui gaudet in lucidis intervallis. A person is (still) a lunatic who enjoys lucid intervals.
LUNATIC. An insane person. See INSANE.
INSANE. Mentally deranged; suffering from one or more delusions or false beliefs that (1) have no foundation in reason or reality, (2) are not credible to any reasonable person of sound mind, and (3) cannot be overcome in a sufferer’s mind by any amount of evidence or argument.
LUCID INTERVAL. 1. A brief period during which an insane person regains sanity sufficient to have the legal capacity to contract and act on his or her own behalf.” – Black’s Law 8th
It surely is extremely foolish (insane) to voluntarily alienate your Natural borne Rights to take on artificial ones like exactions, pains, and punishments in order to use the government’s natural person status to participate in their enter-tain-ment (to enter and hold the mind) govern-ment (to control the mind) production live action role-play. One must be mentally ill (a lunatic) to assume that participation in this Beast System is a natural part of life.