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Sovereignty and its Relationship to Natural Law Is…
A set of universal, inherent, objective, non-man-made, eternal and immutable conditions which govern the consequences of behaviours of beings with the capacity for understanding the difference between harmful and non-harmful behavior.
The understanding of Natural Law is centered upon bringing our own Conscience into alignment with Objective Morality.
This means definitely KNOWING which behaviours are RIGHTS because they do NOT cause harm to other sentient beings, and which behaviours are WRONGS because they DO cause harm to other sentient beings.
The Paradigms and Spirit of Sovereignty
As stated in our Introduction to Sovereignty video: Sovereignty must be considered in the Physical, the Spiritual and also the Mental. Thus we have, Physical-Sovereignty, Spiritual-Sovereignty and indeed Mental-Sovereignty. We can encapsulate these three dimensions in one general context as the Paradigms and Spirit of Sovereignty. Meaning, there is a naturally occurring underlining consciousness of Sovereignty that runs through all of natural-nature. This is important to take note and be mindful of. The Spirit of Sovereignty, as a moral set of codes, acts justly in all contexts and brings correctness and balance to every situation the same way each time that the conditions are the same.
The idea that Sovereignty is Equitable, is a sound-right reasonable consensus.
In order to put in correct context what Equitable Sovereignty for the individual is all about, let us now consider what we have modified to be called the Equitable Maxims of Sovereignty. Also, see ‘Equitable Maxims of Sovereignty’ blog post here. Firstly, what is a maxim? A maxim is a concise expression of a fundamental moral rule or principle, whether considered as objective or subjective contingent on one’s cultural narrative.
There are 20 maxims to consider, and we will list them here as we have done on the blog, but we invite you to take the time to research them, as you will find explanations and descriptions of them online in much detail… known as the 20 Equitable Maxims or, the Maxims of Equity… modified as follows:
01 Sovereignty sees that as done what ought to be done
02 Sovereignty will not suffer a wrong to be without a remedy
03 Sovereignty delights in equality/Equality is equity
04 One who seeks Sovereignty must be an embodiment of Sovereignty
05 Sovereignty aids the vigilant not the indolent
06 Sovereignty imputes an intent to fulfil an obligation
07 Sovereignty acts in personam and not in rem
08 Sovereignty abhors a forfeiture
09 Sovereignty does not require an idle gesture
10 He who comes into Sovereignty must come with clean hands
11 Sovereignty delights to do justice and not by halves
12 Sovereignty will take jurisdiction to avoid a multiplicity of suits
13 Sovereignty follows the law
14 Sovereignty will not assist a volunteer
15 Where Sovereignties are equal, the law will prevail
16 Between equal Sovereignties the first in order of time shall prevail
17 Sovereignty will not complete an imperfect gift
18 Sovereignty will not allow a statute to be used as a cloak for fraud
19 Sovereignty will not allow a trust to fail for want of a trustee
20 Sovereignty regards the beneficiary as the true owner of property.