Addresses and Zip Codes...
So this will be my first post beyond just 'introduction' to the blog, and just so you understand, Sovereignty must be behind every thought we have, and every breath we take to really make it work. I like to think of it as a new spiritual goal, and my reason for telling you this is that much of what will be posted on this sight will not be technical jargon, or methodology, but true life experiences of someone (Me) who is envoking his Sovereignty.
Your comments are always welcome as long as there is respect, toward Me and all the other folks who will comment on this bloggie blog. I like to be challenged, so feel free to do so if something is not clear or seems inaccurate.
Now, on to business...
Thanks to all the folks that came to the meeting in California and gave their generous support.
In this blog I will quickly suggest an alternative address format to use on all your mail.
Most people are used to formatting their address like this:
John H. Doe
Street Address/PO Box No.
City, ST 12345
This address format is for the fictional strawman, as it refers to a place that exists in a fictional world, i.e. a "federal zone", and does not describe a particular piece of land. The concept of LAND is extremely important when attempting to understand Sovereignty. If you come accross a Black's Law 4th Edition, look up the term "Law of the Land", and you'll see what I mean.
To send or receive mail from a location that describes a particular piece of land, I suggest formatting your address this way:
John Henry Doe
c/o Street Address/PO Box No.
City, State Name Spelled out
Non domestic [no zip code]
united states of America
Zip codes and the two letter state abbreviations create a jurisdictional trap that most are unaware of, so it is best to not use them or receive any mail that contains one. That letter is not addressed to you. It is addressed to an entity that they consider to be subject to their will, i.e. the 'strawman'.
I have been doing this for some time now and I get all my mail. And again- do the research behind this. Go to the post office and ask to see the current DMM (Domestic Mail Manual). Look up the section that talks about zip codes and confirm that they are NOT required. The information sinks in much better when someone takes the time to do the actual research.