Tribunal of law

The Tribunal of Law is not a juridical institution on the model of the jurisdiction in or of the States, which without exception were founded as fiefs of the Vatican and are to be understood only in this way.

The Tribunal has no components of secular justice, does not know legal concepts such as people, children, parents, and therefore does not refer to the legally written human rights, which are valid only for persons.

The person, whatever its legal form, the state, the people, the courts, lawyers and prosecutors, are not concepts within the tribunal.

Rather, neither the canon law of the Vatican, nor other concepts of all the churches of the world, have access to the Tribunal of Law. This includes, above all, the institutions that accommodate the aspirations of the descendants of the Pharaohs or represent and promote their intentions and approaches.

The canon law or any other components of religions which are equivalent to the canon law and which serve or can serve as a tool of enslavement and oppression are prohibited.

The tribunal of law stands as the expression and immediate disposition of the highest rights in the superpositive natural law, which is itself superior to the highest law of the juridical world, the law of nations. All states of the juridical world have submitted to this principle as a fixed law. Nothing is above the tribunal.

The Tribunal of Law draws its strength and recognition from the rights and rules of nature, of creation as a whole, of the wisdom and knowledge of the spiritual, sentient, animate, living, non-deceased and non-vanished beings of creation.

The participants of the Tribunal are the creators of all that was, is and will be. They have always been the sole holders of all rights by virtue of their coming into being in the mother's womb, and only they can be law and dispense justice.

 

The Tribunal is composed as follows:

 

1) The chairman and two other chairmen

2) The prosecutor and two other prosecutors.

3) The defense counsel and two other defense counsel

4) The commissioners of justice shall be from all regions affected by the act of the accused. The number of commissioners shall not be less than 50 (fifty), but shall not exceed a maximum of 300 (three hundred) commissioners.

 

Explanation to 4) = The commissioners shall speak the law.

 

The chairman shall intervene when he recognizes the right as not being fulfilled and the harmfulness of the pronouncement of the right. He has ultimately to serve the right and not to give the right to an emerging new injustice. It should be full of wisdom, kindness and knowledge, but also rigor and justice, and act only in this way.

The judgments that the tribunal pronounces are valid for generations. They are fulfilled without exception and there is no escape. They are the direct judgment of creation itself.

The contents of the proceedings have long been worked out.

 

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)