Are you a man, woman or neither?

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It would seem that many folk seem to realise what a “person” is within the legal framework, yet fail to realise that the same implication of the legal fiction term ‘person’ exists in many legal words. So I hope this may help somewhat.

If you live and breathe you are a man or woman and not, and never can be, a legal ‘PERSON’, ‘CITIZEN’, ‘SUBJECT’, ‘INDIVIDUAL’, ‘TAXPAYER’, ‘MR’, ‘MRS’, ‘SIR’, ‘MISS’, ‘RESIDENT’, ‘MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC’, ‘VOTER’, or the like, within the ‘public’, ‘legal’, and ‘corporate’ arena. ‘Public’ is pertaining to the ‘State’ (Blacks Law 5th), and private is pertaining to the man or woman.

If in your thoughts, language or paperwork you classify yourself as any of the above, then you are firmly stuck in the matrix of the illusion. Forget worrying about whether as a man or woman you fit into a classification status box with such legalese terms as, ‘natural person’ etc. But keep in mind that when dealing with any ‘public’ entity, you are dealing with legal, NOT ‘private’ lawful, and the definitions within the legal framework will always refer to artificial entities, a/k/a legal fictions. A man or woman is commonly known within the layman law community as foreign (Black’s Law 5th Edition, “Foreign” – belonging or attached to another jurisdiction; non-resident person, corporation, executor) to the public (legal/political) and therefore in the public arena. Theoretically in the legal system, a real sentient man or woman does not appear and cannot be seen in the public. This is why, when addressing a public entity on a private document, it is commonly practised by the layman law folk, to refer to the private side first and then doing business as, i.e. Gordon Brown, d/b/a First Lord of the Treasury, and Prime Minister. Don’t refer to them as Mr Gordon Brown or Prime Minister Gordon Brown, as you would then be going straight to the public side (legal title and fiction). If you do, you cannot have a meeting of the minds and a private agreement with an artificial entity and legal fiction.

Please be aware that Mr, Mrs, Miss and Sir can all be considered legal appellations and therefore point straight towards a legal Title, which signifies legal ownership and therefore fiction. Folks can get very drawn into the name that appears on documents from a public entity, and some believe that if it isn’t in CAPITALS or doesn’t have Mr or Mrs, etc, preceding the name, then it must be directed at the man/woman. It is easier to be aware that any and all presentations coming from the public are always directed at the fiction and artificial entity – remember a man/woman cannot be seen by the public.

Some folk still consider themselves as a ‘Taxpayer’. Yet look on any Tax related paperwork and what name do you see? The legal fiction! And where does the paperwork originate? The public! So a taxpayer is a ‘Member of the Public’ and therefore an artificial entity and legal fiction – a man/woman is not a taxpayer.

A ‘Resident’ signifies an entity that is residing within something. For instance, the property you may be sitting in whilst reading this article will have a legal title and therefore the legal ownership will be within the UNITED KINGDOM (UK); mind you, ultimately, if you keep on going down the rabbit hole maybe even the Vatican appears? But lets keep it simple hey! Men and women are not part of or within the legal fiction, UK, and therefore a man or woman is not a resident of the UK, only an artificial entity and legal fiction can be a resident of the UK. So, do NOT use the term ‘Resident’ or ‘Residence’ (Blacks Law 5th Edition, Resident, any ‘person’ who occupies a dwelling within the ‘State.’) on any private documents. Always use c/o address, omit the postcode or place between four-corners, i.e. [SW1A 2TL], and state, ‘Non Domestic without the UK’ – being that you are a man or woman you cannot be part of the UK Corporation.

Even the term ‘Individual’ means artificial entity and legal fiction within the legal framework (Blacks Law 5th Edition, Individual, denotes a single ‘person’ as distinguished from a group or class). I have attached a copy of the, “POLICE POWERS OF ARREST AND CRIMINAL EVIDENCE ACT” with all the ‘persons’ and ‘individuals’ highlighted, and obviously not a man or woman in sight.

Just remember this, the legal system is written to facilitate commerce, fictions, the use of fraud and deception and to create divide and elitism. So the legal system is not written for the protection of men or women, but the protection of commerce. Therefore every legal defined term is theirs, so let them use their legal definitions on themselves. The easiest way to overturn all legalese presumptions and assumptions on your documents is to add the following statement:

“All words herein are as John: Doe defines them.”

And a great phrase to have with you at all times in a court situation is,

“It is my understanding that I am a man/woman commonly known as John of the family Doe, and not a person or any other artificial entity; does the court possess any evidence to prove otherwise?”

As soon as you create an acknowledged void between you, the man or woman and the artificial entity, then one final question destroys everything they thought they might have had,

“Does the court have a valid claim against me here today?”

Of course they don’t. They may have a claim against the artificial entity, but not against you, the man or woman… matter over.

Creating the void between the legal fiction, the man/woman on paper, in thought and in language, adds fuel to the growing awareness of whom and what you are and who and what you are not.

As a great exercise, try this:

Sit with your eyes shut for just a couple of minutes and ask yourself who you are. But you are not allowed to refer to your given name, nationality, gender, religion, occupation, politics, family, roles, race or culture. There is a deeper self that is nothing of these. Contemplate this:

“Thought requires consciousness, yet consciousness does not require thought!”

Warmest regards,


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