Archive for January 24, 2013

How I Got My Photo ID Without a Social Security Number

 

Recently, I was very successful in completing the first step I needed to take towards getting my passport as a private sovereign individual, without a birth certificate, without a social security number, and with a status distinctly different from “U.S. citizenship”.

I was aware that there was a way to get a passport while staying on the private side but I wasn’t sure exactly how. So I got a hold of a copy of the Blizzard of Paperwork disc and when I opened it up in my computer, I searched “passport” in my Finder (My Documents on windows machines).  A few documents showed up and I immediately started reading two PDFs, one which was about developing evidence of your citizenship status as a sovereign, and the other was a step-by-step guide on how to get the passport as a sovereign.

The first step to getting my passport was to get a special 19 page document, describing my status, notarized by a notary public (What is a Notary Public?). This document was specially designed to be attached to the DS-11 Passport Application, and includes a cover letter which, when notarized, functions as a government issued photo ID. All notaries are public officers of the government and therefore, a notarized document with your picture on it constitutes picture ID.

So, i printed this PDF out along with a picture of my face. I cut the picture of my face out and glued it to the document. Then i took it down to the nearest notary public (here’s a tip: most ups stores have a notary public working in them for notarizing documents, in case you like to avoid entering government buildings) along with a folder full of evidence of my identity, my blue pen, and a red ink pad.

Prepared to have to deal with some mean government employee lady or masonic mind control good ol’ boy, I was pleasantly surprised to meet with a nice young gentleman who treated me with respect just like any other customer. I filled out the document in front of him, writing my appellation (What is an Appellation?) in its proper First-Middle:Last format, adding a title of nobility (in my case H.R.H.) to the beginning, and used my trusty red ink pad to put my fingerprint right next to my picture, slightly overlapping it.

To verify my identity i showed him some school records, a piece of certified mail, and my Declaration of Sovereign Rights. He gladly signed and notarized the document, i paid the fee, and went on my merry way.

As I walked outside i couldn’t help but feel an overwhelming sense of victory, knowing what i had just successfully accomplished. Not only had i completed the first step towards getting my passport as a sovereign, but i now had a GOVERNMENT VERIFIED IDENTITY DOCUMENT with my photo, thumbprint, and proper appellation on it along with 19 attached pages describing my citizenship status, all notarized by the state. And that’s WITHOUT a Social Security number, birth certificate, drivers license, or any other corporate identification.

Once you have this document in your hands, it can be used as ID for pretty much anything, and it creates a distinct difference between you and the corporate entity of your birth certificate.

Ive been using mine for everything including getting the electric, gas, and internet hooked up, all without a SS number, picking up certified mail, picking up plane tickets etc. And soon i will be sending it in with my passport application exactly as the PDF on the Blizzard of Paperwork disc instructed.

In this video i’ll give you a demonstration of exactly what steps i took to get a hold of this information and the document shown above…

 

 

CLICK HERE to go to the page where you can choose your membership level, to get the Blizzard of Paperwork disc for yourself.

Thank you for reading this article, I hope that I have been able to benefit you greatly with this information, and I wish the best of luck to you!

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What is an Appellation?

 

The use of the queen’s english by the public education system and public sector in general, has caused quite a bit of confusion in the people of America today. And if you really want to take your freedom seriously you’ll have to learn how to communicate using the proper terms as opposed to the terms that are used in such a way as to confuse the people in general.

“What is an Appellation?”

Simply put, your appellation is what people call you. It is a sound which can be represented by a series of letters or symbols that you, the living soul, identify with.

This is distinctly different from the NAME which appears in all caps on your birth certificate, which does not and can not represent a living being whatsoever. In fact, according to the US government manual on styles, an ALL CAPITAL LETTERS name can only represent a DEAD person or CORPORATION.

I am only touching on this subject here to provide some clarity on the meaning of this word. For more in depth information on this subject, and to find out how to use your appellation to prevent maritime courts from having jurisdiction over you, look to chapter 7 of The Sovereign Citizen’s Handbook.

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TITLE 4 FLAG SAYS YOU’RE SCHWAG! The Sovereign Citizen’s Handbook

 

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What is a Notary Public?

 

Chapter 1
Introduction
§1.1 Generally

A notary public (sometimes called a notary) is a public official appointed under authority of law with power, among other things, to administer oaths, certify affidavits, take acknowledgments, take depositions, perpetuate testimony, and protect negotiable instruments. Notaries are not appointed under federal law; they are appointed under the authority of the various states, districts, territories, as in the case of the Virgin Islands, and the commonwealth, in the case of Puerto Rico. The statutes, which define the powers and duties of a notary public, frequently grant the notary the authority to do all acts justified by commercial usage and the “law merchant”.

[Anderson's Manual for Notaries Public, Ninth Edition, 2001, ISBN 1-58360-357-3]

 

Being able to have documents notarized will be very beneficial to you in your path as a sovereign, so find a notary you like and get used to using them. Something to start with is to get your GOVERNMENT VERIFIED IDENTITY DOCUMENT, which is located on the Blizzard of Paperwork™ disc.

To find out how to locate the file on the disc, and how to get the disc for yourself, I suggest reading my article on How I Got My Photo ID Without a Social Security Number.

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