Natural Date 563
I wasn’t in the mood for taking pictures or for talking, although I did both on my walk from Stockton Springs, through Searsport and on into Belfast. A thought was noodling around in my head that seemed to occupy much of my attention.
I stopped to ask the people at Up-N-Smoke Fireworks if they wouldn’t mind my parking in their parking lot for a bit while I walked up the road and back. The man at the counter, Robert, agreed and asked what I was doing. I explained I was walking across America to raise awareness for Natural Law. He wanted to know more about it and we ended up having a pretty good chat. In the midst of our conversation he casually mentioned that he knew most of the people in law enforcement in the area. I wanted to ask him if he knew any judges, but the moment didn’t seem appropriate. You see, that is what had been on my mind the last few days. Judges. I was hoping to meet someone who knew a judge I could speak with on a casual basis to share my mission with. I had a feeling he would know one, but felt it best to keep my thought to myself for the time being.
You see, judges have to base their determinations on something. As it stands now, they make decisions based on either precedent, the Constitution or on current law codes. I think they should base their decisions on observable fact; or in other words, natural law.
I wrote the COURT OF AGES Law of the Land Handbook specifically so it could be used to make judgements according to what is — the observable facts of life and what protects life on earth. What has been occupying my mind lately is how to share the Law of the Land Handbook with judges. And I want to know if they would consider including it in their decision making process.
I have a couple of ideas but will continue pondering this until something feels actionable.
Below are clips from my walk the last two days.
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.