If you’re not already au fait with what the Law of Salvage has to do with you, then you’ll need to put your head down and do some reading or drop the subject altogether to avoid going bonkers. RMI Fellows and new readers who’ve been following our conceptual translations of the KJV Bible in order to better understand their status and the basis of modern Western Law will be surprised and perhaps even outraged.
The bugbear for independent legal researchers has always been the hazy application of Admiralty Law, which has lately transformed itself within the framework of the globalist machine in a seat of authority. To achieve this end, the presumption of authority can never be in doubt therefore a classical model was used that is the microcosm of a vessel and the various souls it harbours. It is said that a Captain has authority yet all that means is he references the KJV to mete out justice according to accepted custom.
True authority lies with the author, we can either take at face value the edited KJV scriptures that make up the content of this New and Old Testament as the final work and word on spiritual norms or accept the fact that a crew of 17th century pirates cobbled together what we know as the King James Version. Isn’t their ultimate melding of flame and gasoline illustrated by lashings galore when one doesn’t toe the line?
Authority presumes it ‘owns’ us because we washed up with the tide, according to the scriptures edited by a deleteriously wicked Sacred Band that means business, Brother! Be very careful using the word ‘salvation’, it’s a riddle with a ‘legal’ sting in the tail…
From the beach
Found something interesting about Moses, our dear old friend. EX 3? maybe. Me no have book in front of me, top of my head, been chewing it for the last two days, so obvious and it is also evidence that the Jesuits or Phoenecians/Venetians wrote the book. Moshe is the Hebrew for Moses.
It tells you in the bible staring in our faces, Moshe means to draw out of the water, what do ships on the sea take from the water is called Salvage (salvation), anything washed ashore is salvage, it’s been abandoned and now the daughter of the Pharaoh goes to the water and salvages the little basket and lo and behold, a baby, so she gives it to the mother to nurse the child which is now hers, and when he grows out of wet nursing he goes to the one who found him. Moshe, Yeshua =Salvation. and it says that
No one was ever greater than Moses, and if he was salvaged then who are we to even begin to think or dream that we can redeem ourselves.
The argument that Moses is to do with righteous king or Messes as in Ramses where Meses could also be ‘The Son Of…’ Ra, for example is void from the beginning because it is the English way of saying it just to confuse and hide the fact that the Hebrew word relates only to Salvage and nothing else.
The law of Salvage also tells us that we can redeem the ship and the cargo, perhaps we could pay them for recouping the goods (our bodies), even if 7 years have passed, because no one can claim ownership over us unless by deception, Catch 22, if no one can claim who are we going to pay? If there’s no one to pay we are stuck, which is exactly what’s happening now days. TBC