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    Law vs Philosophy

    "The magna carta did not give man anything they did not already have"
    My take is the Age of Man coincided with the Age of Aries (Moses) and the Age of Humans coincides with the Age of Pisces (Christ). With baptism by vaccination needle the Age of Aquarius engages society with the concept of the Age of TransHumans (trannies).

    With these concepts in mind I will agree that Magna Carte gave nothing to Man but does provide a treaty of sorts between Human and the ruling class, a philosophy of law in part, just as the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution may be referred to as both contract and philosophy. If you didn't sign either of these documents or are not signatory to the Magna Carte then they may be considered philosophy to you and duty to those who have oath.

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    Re: Law vs Philosophy

    Its true, but what did it do for women, who never had a man?

    The Omega naughts

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    Re: Law vs Philosophy

    Quote Originally Posted by Horn View Post
    Its true, but what did it do for women, who never had a man?

    The Omega naughts
    Woman = Equity

    Man = Law

    Pirates = Maritime [banking, insurance, currency]

    Clergy = Ecclesia [Jim Jones, Jim Bakker]

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