CVAC Musings – What exactly is A CVAC? 18 Feb 2013

Posted: February 21, 2013 in CVACs, One People's Public Trust (OPPT)
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Creation Value Asset Centers (CVACs)Self-Governance under Common Law – The Law of One -Universal Law

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The purpose of a CVAC is to:

1. Preserve and protect any and all value of creation, inclusive of the value of the creator, inclusive of any and all creation’s value asset centers.

2. Preserve, protect, and implement the right of opportunity of free-will of each, any, and all creation’s manifestations, in any existence, known or unknown.

3. To simplify and unify the laws governing any and all of creation’s manifestations, in any and all existence, known and unknown, and enter said governing laws into International Law Ordinance, noticed by public registration for all creation to rely upon.

4. To irrevocably insure lawful and transparent existence, co-existence, knowledge, co-knowledge, custody, co-custody, operation, co-operation, use, and co-use thereof, inclusive of any and all tracking, transfer, appointment, assignment, gift and growth therefrom, under the laws of creation, for the highest good of all under full personal liability of creation’s asset centers in any and all existence and manifestation, known and unknown; and

5. Permit the right of opportunity to lawfully ledger and account to zero, any and all liabilities that may and do exist in any and all unlawful, or structures inferior to the lawful structure, inclusive of all owners, participants, and recipients thereto, thereunder and thereof that may and do exist.

That’s what they say, Owl, that’s the purpose of CVACs.

Owl:   Okay, let me see if I got it. 1.) To protect all of creation, 2.) to protect free-will of all creation, 3.) to simplify and unify all laws and ordinances in creation, 4.) to insure transparency and co-operation among all of creation, 5.) and to wipe out any and all unlawful liabilities.

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