How the Legal System Gets Jurisdiction of Your Body

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Picture of the Definition of JurisdictionThe legal system is not a system based on justice; instead, it is a system based on commerce. What most people do not know about the legal system is that it operates in a fictional world, and therefore can only deal with fictional things. This is why it has to trick you (the soul/spirit living in a body made of flesh and blood) to consent to be a legal person, also known as a legal fiction, artificial person, or corporation.

Another very important thing you need to know about the legal system is that it operates on the land of the dead. Because of this, it deals with the DEAD! For evidence of this, read my empowering article titled The Occult Definition of Mortgage: Why You Should Never Get a Mortgage.

The following short video does a great job of explaining how the legal system tricks you to agree to give the court jurisdiction over your soul and body.

How the Courts Get Jurisdiction of the Body

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