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Question regarding Elizabeth’s Coronation Oath

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Asked on June 26, 2020 2:19 pm
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Hello Lynn,

I have not seen or read the article, but right away I can see that the author's argument is based on "acts" and the "constitution", "laws", etc.. The Queen took an oath on the Bible and this has nothing to do with those acts and laws, which are in a lower jurisdictions. Her oath had everything to do with the interface between our earth and upper realms.

The word magic is clever... because it makes it seem as though she must uphold all of the laws of each of her "possessions" (or countries) but countries are a fabrication just as the laws and constitution are. They can be changed and manipulated, or created to plug a hole to make it seem as though everything is official and lawful.

She agrees to uphold the laws but then she goes on to actually take the oath and what does that involve? Look at the words carefully.... she will take an oath to "observe the premises". The premises being that the subjects agree to so-called countries and laws and a royal entity that rules with authority over them.

What she is saying in upper realms is that, my subjects are agreeing to everything that I decree... they are giving consent and so I will carry on (until a higher claim is made). What we are doing is lodging a higher claim in the correct lawful way, in ALL jurisdictions, even challenging the Queen's oath and saying that we do not give consent.

So, that is why the NoL covers all jurisdictions, but the higher the jurisdiction, the more weight it carries.

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Answered on June 27, 2020 8:25 am
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Thank you for this answer Lea! That makes a lot of sense.
I also watched the longer coronation video and realized that the priests performed a straight up magic ritual by calling on the 4 directions. I knew they worked with rituals but this was so in-your-face I had to laugh. Completely taken from pagan rituals that have been going on for eons. Incense, candles, wine, cups, breaking of bread, etc. Everything appropriated.
Thank you and the InPower Team for all that you do!

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Answered on June 27, 2020 8:42 am
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