ASSEMBLIES

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • We establish our Assemblies and access this Authority by signing the “Declaration of Independence for The Living Beings of Earth”. This document empowers us with this authority for the good of all living beings. State or Provincial Constitutions are established on this Authority. If there is a National Assembly, a State or Provincial Constitution derives its authority from the National Constitution and the Declaration mentioned above. This conveys the authority of the Nation to the State/Province, the State/County to the County and so on, and establishes the sovereignty of the State, County or City authority to exercise self-governance under, and if necessary separately from, the National, State or County Authorities. 

  • We sign the “Resolution of One Accord” as sovereign beings and enter into the social compact with every other living being. This includes Kimberly Ann Goguen, Life Force and the GIA. We are all inextricably bound in this transformation of the world as we currently know it. 

ASSEMBLY RATIFICATION PROCESS

Establishing your Assembly is done in 2 parts: The lawful part and the operational part. The lawful part is what you will submit to begin the ratification process. The operational part is what you will execute to finalize your qualifications to be ratified.  This will be turned in as a checklist which we will provide.

As there is no ratified National Assembly at the time of this writing, State/Provincial Assemblies will submit their ratification documents directly to the PGSD. County Assemblies submit to their State Assemblies for approval and the State will submit to the PGSD and so on down the line. Once a National Assembly is well established and ratified, States/Provinces will submit their paperwork to their National Assembly. 

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