Judge Dale (Guest Writer) Shift Frequency | July 23 2012
King George III
King George’s historic claim of ownership of the 13 American colonies (aka The Virginia Colony) was a prevarication. This false claim was made by a king, a pope and by Mayer [Bauer] Rothschild despite clear evidence that America was already inhabited. It was inhabited by the Red Race, the surviving descendants of Atlantis, a continent destroyed around 9600 BC during a world wide continental land shift.
The Emperor of America at this time was an Indian named Moy Toy. In order for King George to lawfully lay claim to America it was absolutely necessary for England to either conquer the Red Race or negotiate with and procure land grants from the Red Race. This was substantively impossible at the time. Therefore King George’s Land Grants issued for the American Colonies were a complete fraud and contrary to the ancient international treaty law titled The Ancient Rights of Discovery.
The Ancient Rights of Discovery stated that only new, uninhabited or conquered lands could be claimed by a sovereign king or by his discoverer acting on his behalf. Representatives of The Virginia Colony negotiated separate Territorial Treaties with eastern tribes of the Red Race. It was these King George used as his base authority to issue his bogus land grants.
Factually, Land Grants could not have been obtained from the American Indian because the Red Race culture believed that “No man can own the wind or the sun any more than he can own the land, which the gods have created for their use and benefit.” Since the Red Race was more than capable of repelling any armada sent against them by any of the super powers of that time the King and the Pope deduced that their demise would need to be accomplished by other means.
The Red Race was a gracious host and landlord and was willing to share what they had with the white immigrants, a disposition they would eventually learn to regret.
Pilgrims Discover A New World
The Pilgrims were a persecuted and exiled religious order originating from England and Holland. Some of the Pilgrims who eventually made it to America migrated from Holland to England on the Speedwell.
This initial migration to America was to be made on 2 British ships – the Mayflower and Speedwell. The first attempt departed Southampton on August 5/15, 1620, but the Speedwell developed a leak, and had to be refitted at Dartmouth on August 17/27.
On the second attempt the ships reached the Atlantic Ocean but again were forced to return to Plymouth because of the Speedwell’s leak. It would later be revealed that there was in fact nothing wrong with the Speedwell. The Pilgrims believed the crew had sabotaged the voyage under the pretense of refitting the ship. Their indifferent behavior while operating the vessel suggested they would rather not fulfill the year-long commitment their contract called for.
The Pilgrims were greeted by The Iroquois Indian Nation when they finally anchored in Plymouth Harbor. The Iroquois Federation Government consented to permit the Pilgrims to live with them providing they first agreed to experience life as an Indian and were willing to comply with Indian Federation rules.
The Rules Of Admission
The Iroquois Federation Government and Constitution was a carryover from Atlantian times when the Red Race was the dominant civilization on Earth. The rules included:
- No one owns the land
- A prohibition against slavery
- No theft of another man’s personal property
- No persecution for religious beliefs [i.e.] freedom of religion
George Washington was supposed to negotiate an all-inclusive treaty with the Red Race, which at the time consisted of 568 separate tribes. To avoid this Washington requested a meeting with Emperor Moy Toy. Moy Toy refused to grant him an audience due to Washington’s status as a commoner. However, Moy Toy gave the eastern Tribes permission to negotiate separate treaties with the white immigrants, if they so chose.
The Treaty of 1791 was created between the whites and the Indians for Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee and five additional states located in the Cherokee Indian Nation Territory . This treaty is still valid and enforceable today.
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