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Re^2: [Culture] brian d foy name is allways lower case: why?

by Anonymous Monk
on May 28, 2009 at 20:33 UTC ( #766742=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: [Culture] brian d foy name is allways lower case: why?
in thread [Culture] brian d foy name is allways lower case: why?

Hello brian, here is some more food for thought. I know this is an old post and all, but I'd like to add my two cents. You say that this is how you choose to spell your name, which is awesome!!! Taking control of your own name is a huge step at being a "free man".(I use the term man to describe both men and women) In doing research on the subject of names, I came across this. I cannot confirm nor deny this as fact, however if you google a video by the "Paradigm Education Group"(in Canada), the one on human rights and taxation, they note some differences between upper case names, lower case names, and Capital names. And yes,... there actually IS a difference between Upper case and Capital letters, the proof is that they are two different words, therefore have two different meanings. It has to do with the Law Society. When you see a name in all CAPITAL letters, usually it's because someone has capitalized on that individual's name. This is a Legal name. Legal names have First and Last names. ex. JOHN DOE; DOE, JOHN; or even John DOE. There are specific legal titles involved with each different spelling, would be good to research. When you see a Name in upper case and lower case letters, this means it is a Lawful name. Lawful names have Given names, and Family names. ex. John :Doe, the collon signifies that the second name is a family name, or a clan name. You would read it John of the Doe Family/clan. Both these spellings are said to be bound by legal systems. This means that both of these name are subjected to the law society, meaning they are subjecting themselves to the legal system. Sometimes good, sometimes bad. The third name, the one in all lower case(In law anyways), is said to be a sovereign name, that the individual is not subjecting him/herself to a legal system. this means they are publicly telling people that they do not submit to any legal system, and that no one represents them, they do not have representation, and that THEY themselves are there own representatives. here is the link to that video: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5391977576871787998&hl=en Just some food for though. Peace!! pat p
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