Free Blacks Law Dictionary

Free Blacks Law Dictionary

Postby Scott Sando » Mon May 18, 2009 10:35 am

Hi yall,
Hope this helps http://3wisemenessentials.com/. Here can be found a old addition of blacks law dictionary in pdf format.
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Re: Free Blacks Law Dictionary

Postby BaldBeardyDude » Mon May 18, 2009 10:39 am

Two online editions - both equally pointless, as unless you comprehend the meanings used in contracts, the contract is VOID, due to non disclosure. End of, simple as good-bye. :grin:

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Re: Free Blacks Law Dictionary

Postby huntingross » Mon May 18, 2009 11:33 am

I've given up on definitions. Period.
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Re: Free Blacks Law Dictionary

Postby Veronica » Mon May 18, 2009 11:45 am

huntingross wrote:I've given up on definitions. Period.

They just change the definitions endlessly to suit themselves.

Legalese is a Foreign Language and a moving carpet/target.

An ILLUSION that is is somehow "English".

Not worth getting too involved, unless you fancy frying your brain and chasing your own tail for ever more.

(But thanks for offering this ... I'm sure the intent was good. Look upon it as a learning experience)
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Re: Free Blacks Law Dictionary

Postby kevin » Mon May 18, 2009 11:59 am

Hi Scott and welcome to the forum.

yes i think we have a different view on legalese here, i did think for a while i'd need to study it until i realised there really is no point,

they could change the definitions again tomorrow and which book are they using anyway,

who knows?

do they even know?

I speak English so they should write in English if they want to contract with me, not a trick language
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Postby Veronica » Mon May 18, 2009 12:18 pm

Yes ... that's kind of "it" ... in a sense. One aspect where we tend to deviate from John Harris, I think.

Well ... I think ... I'm not sure how much credence he really places on Black's.

What I mean by that is ... as far as he goes ... yes ... that needs to be said ... and good for him for saying it.

But ... THAT'S JUST ABOUT AS FAR AS IT GOES, IMHO.

No further.

Because "further" is into a Trick Language, which makes no real sense.

What am I saying here?

I'm saying that one look into Black's ... where a PERSON is defined as any group of people ... defies rationality. And that should be sufficient for anyone to see that Legalese = Fictional La-La Land ... NOT England.

And I live in England. In the REALITY of the British Isles.

That's what I'm saying.
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Re: Free Blacks Law Dictionary

Postby kevin » Mon May 18, 2009 12:20 pm

(I think V said it's all a load of rubbish :giggle: )
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Postby Scott Sando » Mon May 18, 2009 12:42 pm

I don't disagree, but it is a angle of study in which when your completely new to the subject might help break down some mind barriers. anyhow the website is a great resource for books on hidden knowledge.
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Re: Free Blacks Law Dictionary

Postby BaldBeardyDude » Mon May 18, 2009 12:52 pm

Scott Sando wrote:I don't disagree, but it is a angle of study in which when your completely new to the subject might help break down some mind barriers. anyhow the website is a great resource for books on hidden knowledge.


Absolutely, Scott - whatever study works to wake people initially is good, we just don't advocate too much study into these definitions as they change so often, wasting your time trying to keep abreast of them. One of thier purposes, obviously. I was wrapped up in these for 12 months or so, before V finally got through to me :blush:

It is so simple I missed it! - How can a contract have 'full disclosure' when one party uses words not comprehended by the other? - It can't - therefore the contract never existed in law. That's thier statute/commercial law, or our common law - double-damned, see? :rotfl: :rotfl: Awesome!
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Re: Free Blacks Law Dictionary

Postby Veronica » Mon May 18, 2009 12:52 pm

Yes ... and even though we might not agree with every idea ... you are more than welcome here, Scott.
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