Color Copies of Judge Anna’s Comic Book . . . an explanation
. . .Posted on July 23, 2015 by Jean
The color copies were created for the legal side of the project— have to have color on the seals and signatures for the courts to recognize them. It’s also instructive for anyone who wants to do a similar process again in the future. All the actual autographs are in red — denoting the land jurisdiction (autographs in blue are sea jurisdiction) and so are the thumbprints and the individual coats of arms are in color and custom-made.
This is necessary as a form of copyright on our “states” of the Union.
Anyway, it might be worth it to you and some others to see the color pages and know that each of those coats of arms were individually designed and are the “maker’s marks” of separate organic States of America.
Hope all is well with you and going forward. Every day that goes by word is spreading and people are waking up and seeing the fraud — and they are in turn alerting others. It is going through entire organizations. The comic book is being used as a textbook and starting point for people to get a grip on the issues and identities involved. Even churches are buying up supplies and starting study groups trying to dope out the ecclesiastical roots of this mess.
And a team of forensic auditors is gathering to unravel the web of the most gigantic fiduciary trust fraud in history.
Lawyers are tearing up their Bar Cards and jumping ship.
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