Natural Date 570
As I crossed an intersection in Rockland, a white car stopped. The driver rolled down his window and called to me. He asked how he could learn more about a house he’d spotted on an island across the river. Of course, I told him I didn’t know because I, myself, was a visitor walking through Maine on my way across the country. As I spoke, I handed him my card. The first thing he said was, “Why do you have a Southern accent?”
I didn’t realize. I mean, usually I try to speak in a more formal tone when doing business, but sometimes when caught off guard, I suppose I do speak as I feel. “I don’t know,” I said.
“Well, where are you from?” he said.
“Virginia, just over the North Carolina line,” I said. That’s where the conversation became lively. He was from Virginia too, the more northward part.
He began peppering me with questions about Natural Law and I enjoyed answering them because he seemed excited. He wrote down my name and said he thought he may have heard of me from someone in Wisconsin.
Of course, during that conversation, the topic of John Locke, Emmerich Vattel and the Law of Nations came up and I explained that their version of natural law was actually natural law philosophy, aligned with the Vatican’s notion of natural law, and had little to do with protecting life; but rather, protecting the Empire. You see, it had always puzzled me why our American forefathers favored the federation over independent, sovereign nation states. The excuse that the states couldn’t defend themselves didn’t hold water unless we admit that the Americans didn’t actually win the Revolutionary War. And that’s where we are.
The COURT OF AGES Law of the Land Handbook completes what our forefathers started. They were fighting an out-of-control monster that had taken over the world. The United States federal government continued conquest and empire. As many are just now learning, the U.S. military is the enforcement arm for a worldwide banking cartel.
My conversation with the man in the white car ended on a lively note with him asking for my website, locating it on my card and waving goodbye. The encounter left me feeling encouraged and inspired.
I choose to think that the intention of our federalist forefathers was to fight empire with empire. Good idea or not, the Empire now operating through the United States must change course or self-destruct. And in my opinion, that’s where we are now. The alternative? Natural Law as codified in the COURT OF AGES Law of the Land Handbook.
As I continued through Rockland I had an idea. Maybe I should create a little presentation along these lines and share it with little groups of people along the way. I don’t know.
This is not the sort of walk across America where the goal is not necessarily to arrive from point A to point B. It’s a new lifetyle, for now, where walking allows time and space to meet the ground and the sky, and the people who dwell in between; and through the process, introduce America to Natural Law.