Sovereignty and Naming Formats


People are often unsure or unclear of the different styles and naming formats of their name. For example, most people who are awakened to Sovereignty already know and understand the difference between their natural living bodies and the ALL CAPS non-living legal entity existing commercially, that is supposedly created for their benefit. Here, we will take this opportunity to explain some of the naming formats we tend to use on our documentation and therefore clarify the distinctions between them.

John Henry DOE: Birth Registration

This entity is created at birth registration and considered a cestui que trust – evidenced by a Birth Certificate document contract.

John Henry Doe: Private Legal entity

This entity is created prior to birth registration and considered a foreign situs trust – commonly referred to as a certificate of live birth document and/or principle.

JOHN HENRY DOE: Public Legal entity

This entity is referred to as the STRAWMAN and is a public legal entity and is also considered a public trust. Most of our government utilities are addressed to this entity. Social Security Numbers, Drivers Licences, Bank Accounts etc., are also created using this naming format.

Lord John-Henry: Doe: Commercial Title of Sovereignty: Private International common Law entity

To make a distinction from the above entities, FRRf creates a Sovereign Entity, or common Law jurisdiction entity. The title of nobility (Lord, Lady, Baron, Baroness etc.) is not critical. Because, in general, titles of nobility must be earned, officiated or qualified in some natural way. But at the very least we hyphenate the forenames and separate the family name by way of the colon. Eg. John-Henry: Moor-El

john-henry: doe: living flesh and blood being

Using a lower-case format and hyphenating the forenames away from the family name – makes a clear distinction that we are referring to the real living flesh and blood being. All the latter (case-sensitive) entities are non-living and only represent different corporations and/or jurisdictions.

NOTE: There are many other formats to be considered. Eg. Mr. John Henry Doe, MR. JOHN HENRY DOE, Mr J. H. Doe and so many others. Still, none of them ever represent the real living flesh and blood being. So, we must be very careful how we present ourselves and be mindful of the context, jurisdiction and applicable laws.

As an example: the opening lines of a Trust document could start something like this:

I, a living flesh and blood man: john-henry: doe, spiritually known as [insert cultural or tribal name], a Certified Sovereign and doing business commercially as Lord John-Henry: Doe – and is a beneficiary of the transmitting utility known as [John Henry Doe and/or JOHN HENRY DOE] with exemption account number [Social Security Number]; do hereby as [Grantor] create a Trust known as [trust name and number] etc… [continue as required]

The latter is just an example. But laid out in a manner to convey the gist of how the different naming formats could be used. The same can also be used as opening lines to a Statutory Declaration.

We will be updating this post periodically. The above is just a basic outline of the subject matter.

FRRf Team