What to say when a judge leaves the court

Have you ever wondered why a Magistrate or Judge runs out of the Court Room, as this magistrate did at Noosa Court?

This is what will happen when, after the Judge asks you to identify yourself, you first utter the words, “Your Honor I am a living being. The flesh lives and the blood flows. I ask humbly for remedy.”

The Magistrate or Judge will leave because he does not want to give remedy, but he does want to stay in honor.

When they leave, many people will declare their case closed and won and then leave the court.

This is a mistake. Do not leave the court.

Instead, you should wait for the judge to return.

When the Judge comes back he will reestablish the court again and the court transforms into a Maritime court, a court of higher jurisdiction. Then the judge will attempt to go on like nothing has happened.

You must re-establish your standing once again by saying: “Your honor I am a living being. The flesh lives and the blood flows. Your honor I humbly ask for cure and maintenance.”

Because you are now in an Admiralty Maritime Jurisdiction court now you ask for cure and maintenance.

The Judge may be totally freaked out at this point and leave again if you are in a Federal Court.

If the judge comes back again, he comes back as a priest of the ancient Babylonian god Baal, so you are in a Temple now and he is acting as a priest under Cannon Law.

Thus you say the following: “Your honor I wish to establish that I am a living being. The flesh lives and the blood flows, and we are sovereign, and nothing stands between myself and the divine.”

If you do not do this then you have no standing in court and you are treated as cargo going to a warehouse. You are treated as a Chattel; that is, property with no rights.

Listen to this phone conversation, it explains the basis of why you do this procedure and gives an in depth background on the Court and what is really happening and why.

It is a must you learn how their Legal system works by studying their legal laws and procedures. You are not standing under Common Law in their courts. That is why you cannot use Common Law arguments in their courts, such as citing the Constitution. They do not recognize it.

Remember the BAR legal system is EVIL beyond belief, Tthey offer no remedy via their ADMIRALTY COURTS. They have been infiltrated, subverted and corrupted. You will not ever get justice or mercy in their courts.

But the time is coming when they will be called to our Common Law courts to be held accountable for the harm they have inflicted on us. If they are lucky they will be offeed mercy, IF the Jury feels they are sorry and they are willing to make restitution. If not, it is likely there will be …. NO MERCY!

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