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Learning Material for Self-Study

Study at Your Own Pace

Our free live workshops on Zoom provide a great way for you to learn quickly in a dynamic and interactive environment.

Nonetheless, I encourage you to study at pace.

This page will provide a wide range of audiovisual and written study materials to help you achieve mastery of common law and conditional acceptance.

Enjoy, and feel free to recommend other learning materials based on your independent research.

The Ten Laws of Commerce

A collaborative mini-series featuring Aaron Abke and Jeremy Griff exposing the hidden Truths of our world today. In this series you will learn about “The Debt-Slave Matrix”, how it functions and how it was created, as well as how to transcend the systems of enslavement on our planet in exchange for Lawful Self-Governance, inner Freedom, and Spiritual Empowerment.  (Source video on Youtube.)

Key Takeaways

  • The Constitution derives from natural law and universal principles.
  • Law is 100% spiritual.
  • When we align with natural law, we experience miracles.
  • We’ve been indoctrinated to accept the notion of man-made authority.
  • Police officers are corporate (commercial) policy enforcers.
  • Karma is the force that governs our rights.
  • Violating natural law ultimately causes harm to the self.
  • Under natural law, everyone is incentivized to live rightly and reasonably.
  • “Crime” is a response to an immoral system.

An Introduction to Common Law

In this 2023 conversation hosted by Richard Vobes, Ruth Skolmli provides an excellent introduction to common law for beginners.  I also appreciate how she ties common law back into natural law, showing how the former gives authority to the latter.

Key Takeaways:

  • You don’t need to study “law” at university – you can learn law in about 5 minutes.
  • Law is simple:
    • Don’t cause harm, injury or loss.
    • Act responsibly and proportionately in all circumstances.
    • Be honorable in your contracts.
    • Your rights end where another person’s rights begin.
  • Rights exist in nature – they come from natural law.
  • Your unaLIENable rights are the ones that you require for basic survival and to thrive – clean air, food, water, shelter, resources, self-defense, etc.
  • Anything that is not a wrong action (e.g. causing harm) is a right.
  • Common law, like truth itself, is simple and easy to grasp.
  • We thrive through creativity, which can only happen when we exercise all of our infinite rights.
  • Hold people to account who are around us when they commit a wrong (our community.)
  • When someone attempts to restrict your rights, make them prove their claim that you have no right to do so.
  • Common law is above our sovereignty, whereas statutes (government laws and regulations) are below our sovereignty.
  • Freedom and peace aren’t free – we must fight to protect and defend our rights against trespass.
  • Conflict and confrontation are a natural part of life and freedom.

Meet Your Strawman: And Whatever You Want to Know

This thought-provoking book by David E. Robinson provides the lawful framework for all of the conditional acceptance letters we write and send.  It will help you gain a deeper comprehension of how the banking system actual works, and how you can obtain a lawful remedy.

Introduction to Conditional Acceptance Theory

Offer & Acceptance & The Postal Rule

Christopher Hauser introduces us to the concepts of how contracts are formed via certified or registered mail, through offer & acceptance and the postal rule. 

More content coming soon… stay tuned…