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Playing with your Sir Name

Post by WildHorse on Sat Sep 09, 2017 1:19 pm

They would like you use this especially when form filling, so use it this way!
Your sirname is smith, when writing make it sirsmith.
Your sirname is jones, when writing make it sirjones.

Your doing exactly what is being asked of you, dont worry about the spelling it sounds exactly the same, just like berth and birth
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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by Waffle on Sat Sep 09, 2017 9:10 pm

I don't mean to create controversy, but sur means on/upon and it was mainly used for writs, a writ for repossession sur 123 stateland road. It was used to identify an action, something in action. I.e something in action for recovery.

Your name is first and second only surname is not yours

First name second name on surname, you are trying to recover your surname, as its in action. The law will not be overthrown by a mere entry, one must take action......

Its my opinion by using the surname or sirname as formatted above will confuse things. We shouldn't even be using at, all it its not ours, unless of course you or your father has claimed the estate.

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Post by Phillpots on Sat Sep 09, 2017 9:45 pm

We all use ROMAN CAPITAL LETTERS with our SURNAME. Your government system can only function this way. How do we know this? Because they require you to, and you give it, nay hand it to them on a f**king plate = the form you fill in to your master. Bow down and take a bow or face the consequences.

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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by WildHorse on Sun Sep 10, 2017 12:37 pm

The clue is in the title Play, i know about ALL CAPS, dog Latin, glossa etc, fascinating subject and very enlightening.

Have a little fun with these Cretins, watch as they try to deal with your no sense and laugh as they try to explain why you cant call yourself Sir.
Have some fun with the title, if i dont get the option to not enter a title i use Dr.
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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by Waffle on Sun Sep 10, 2017 10:19 pm

Hey 7tt7

If you watch some gf the Justinian Deception videos on yt they help explain a lot better than I can. You would also find it useful to research law dictionaries and study the BC carefully

Your surname is a in action, your name (first and second) is a Christian name as we are in church state/state church, your christian name IS and can only be all one word, also is separate from your surname, your surname is in all caps identifiable as property, it is a house name/family name and the familia master has the 1 10th, you have the other 9 10ths

Wildhorse - Persoanlly I still haven't seen with my own eyes where how this title comes about, but again any title is affixed to property or land, Id be careful using a title I have not qualified for such as Dr, its fraud!!

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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by Guest on Mon Sep 11, 2017 12:41 am

Hi guys

Or take a different perspective. 'Sur' can also be translated as 'bridge'. So it would read 'bridge' name. The bridge that conveys the christian named living soul into the realm of the dead corporate sole NAME.

Fits pretty good, imo.

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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by Ausk on Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:49 am

I think I am missing something here> I can see this all nice to know but how do we apply the knolwedge in practical wy to deal with everyday legal/lawful problems.

How does this traslate this into making creditors provide the evidence that proves their claim?

How do we use it to defeat a speeding charge or a parking fine and;

How do we use it to stop utilites, balifs etc from invading our homes and installing or modifying various technology to taking our goods?

How do we use this to prevent police exceeding their authority on the side of the street?

I'm sure there must be of some practical application for knowledge learned.


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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by Guest on Mon Sep 11, 2017 11:54 am

Hi Ausk

If one can understand all the workings of the name then one can deal with most of those things if not all.

Cheers!

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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by landlubber on Mon Jan 08, 2018 2:55 pm

Surely, in playing the name game, we are playing right into their game. How? It's simple, our surname's define the family that each of us belongs to. Unless, of course you are ashamed of your family name. Let us suppose that my family name is McDufff. Now, if my Christian name is Peter, well that is fine as long as nobody living in my town is also called Peter, but what is the chance of this happening? Zero, zilch!! Then how does anyone living outside my town/country contact me? Of course, if I use the name...peter mcduff, then I'm no longer using the Allcaps name, am I? Or I could be addressed as peter of the family mcduff. Now, am I right or wrong in this? Very Happy

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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by assassin on Tue Jan 09, 2018 1:59 am

Interesting, but define the words Sir and Sur?

As a prefix Sur or sur means over or above in both variants of the spellings, but spelt as sur and used as a prefix it can also mean sub or surrogate under old French and Latin.

Surname, surcharge, surgery, and many more prefixes and in each case someone else is over and above you, if we go back to old English we find that Sir is a well used word which the early French adapted to Sur and sur and the common denominator here is the even earlier Latin variant of the word/s from which both the variants derive from.
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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by Ausk on Tue Jan 09, 2018 8:44 am

I am well aware that they are all want us to accept liability for the legal entity version of us, thats not a problem.

Even in contract law where everything is an offer which we can ignore, refuse, accept or conditionaly accept, we still need to be aware that they want us to accept liability for the legal entity because its the legal entity they get their payment from.

These days I am narrowing down my focus as to how I will deal with the problems I mentioned above and I will either continue to learn their system, which works very well for them, and learn to use it back against them, or I will continue to learn as much as possible about contract law and and use that, or a combo of both.

I know a bloke who is absolutly set on and very pasionate about learning the etiemology of words and using that as his sole legal defence. Thats fine but again, I just dont see where it leads to.

I dont really see the point in standing up in court and arguing that I am not there.

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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by Society of the Spectacle on Tue Jan 09, 2018 3:12 pm

Try Surrogate,
http://www.dictionary.com/browse/surrogate

I might add that in Hislops book
"The Two Babylons",
"SUR" is said to mean Seed in Chaldean,
also
in Sanskrit,
Surya is a name for the SUN:
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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by 1saberwow on Tue Jan 09, 2018 3:46 pm

What if you had a family signet ring and when you used your signature to sign for anything that you placed your signet ring over your signature. Would that protect anyone from using or lifting your signature?

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Re: Playing with your Sir Name

Post by eargoggles on Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:07 pm

@Ausk wrote:I am well aware that they are all want us to accept liability for the legal entity version of us, thats not a problem.

Even in contract law where everything is an offer which we can ignore, refuse, accept or conditionaly accept, we still need to be aware that they want us to accept liability for the legal entity because its the legal entity they get their payment from.

These days I am narrowing down my focus as to how I will deal with the problems I mentioned above and I will either continue to learn their system, which works very well for them, and learn to use it back against them, or I will continue to learn as much as possible about contract law and and use that, or a combo of both.

I know a bloke who is absolutly set on and very pasionate about learning the etiemology of words and using that as his sole legal defence. Thats fine but again, I just dont see where it leads to.

I dont really see the point in standing up in court and arguing that I am not there.
i`ve been watching some of Troy`s video`s and would like someone to explain in more detail about the 4 required elements of a charge especially the account .
1,Account
2.Obligation
3.Right of Claim
4. jurisdiction

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