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Contract: A Principle of the Power of Law

Contract: A Principle of the Power of Law

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Published by Roger Kent Pool
A real contract forms a primary basis on how power is expressed in the Universe. Not as far as a mechanism but more as an intent and process. When one see that contracts are powerful then one begins to see patterns in why certain things are forced upon them and why certain effects follow specific causes.
A real contract forms a primary basis on how power is expressed in the Universe. Not as far as a mechanism but more as an intent and process. When one see that contracts are powerful then one begins to see patterns in why certain things are forced upon them and why certain effects follow specific causes.

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Contract: A Principle of the Power of Law
ByA contract is a powerful real construct in the Universe. It is important that ahuman being understand why a contract is such a conduit of real power. Makeno mistake; the power of contract does not come from the force based on humanlaw or human effort. The power has a deeper source and this principle has beencompletely washed from our modern education.First let’s look at the definition of a contract:
con·tract /n., adj., and usually for v. 15–17, 21, 22 kntrækt; otherwise v. kəntrækt/
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 Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[n., adj., and usually for v. 15–17, 21,22 kon-trakt; otherwise v. kuhn-trakt] –noun
1.
an agreement between two or more parties for the doing or not doing of something specified.2.an agreement enforceable by law.3.the written form of such an agreement.4.the division of law dealing with contracts.5.Also called contract bridge. a variety of bridge in which the side that wins the bid can earn toward game only that number of tricks named in the contract,additional points being credited above the line. Compare auction bridge.6.(in auction or contract bridge)a.a commitment by the declarer and his or her partner to take six tricks plus the number specified by the final bid made. b.the final bid itself.c.the number of tricks so specified, plus six.7.the formal agreement of marriage; betrothal.
 
8.Slang. an arrangement for a hired assassin to kill a specific person. –adjective9.under contract; governed or arranged by special contract: a contract carrier. –verb (used with object)10.to draw together or into smaller compass; draw the parts of together: tocontract a muscle.11. to wrinkle: to contract the brows.12.to shorten (a word, phrase, etc.) by combining or omitting some of itselements: Contracting “do not” yields “don't.”13.to get or acquire, as by exposure to something contagious: to contract adisease.14.to incur, as a liability or obligation: to contract a debt.15.to settle or establish by agreement: to contract an alliance.16.to assign (a job, work, project, etc.) by contract: The publisher contracted theartwork.17.to enter into an agreement with: to contract a free-lancer to do the work.18.to enter into (friendship, acquaintance, etc.).19.to betroth. –verb (used without object)20.to become drawn together or reduced in compass; become smaller; shrink:The pupils of his eyes contracted in the light.21.to enter into an agreement: to contract for snow removal. —Verb phrase22.contract out, to hire an outside contractor to produce or do. —Idiom23.put out a contract on, Slang. to hire or attempt to hire an assassin to kill(someone): The mob put out a contract on the informer.[Origin: 1275–1325; (n.) ME (< AF) < L contractus undertaking a transaction, agreement,equiv. to contrac-, var. s. of contrahere to draw in, bring together, enter into an agreement(con- con- + trahere to drag, pull; cf. traction) + -tus suffix of v. action; (v.) < Lcontractus, ptp. of contrahere]
 
A contract in its simplest form is that a human being is required to do whatthey say they are going to do. A written contract is only required for entities of color or fictions. A human being is
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to do what they say they are going todo. The force is real and it is widely accepted that once a contract is uttered thenhuman beings are given the lawful power to force the human being to meet theterms of the contract. How this force or power flows is widely misunderstood andthe reason it is not taught or understood is because to know how that power ismade manifest is a key to the enslavement of the ignorant. It is vital that thereader know what law is and how it directs the flow of force and power as itrelates to contracts.There is a misconception that law is what man agrees is law and law is simplywords written down. This is false. When people were wandering around in fursand engaged in the business of the time: hunting and gathering, Man discoveredthat if he took notice of principles and patterns in the world around him then itmade his life easier. Since man is a lazy animal there was a lot of pressure tosimplify his life and reduce the amount of effort required to survive.Man noticed that a thrown rock always fell down to earth. There was this oddtendency for all objects to fall down. (Now I realize that this is a simple examplebut it works. Besides, early men were simple and we should cut them a break.)Early man knew that this always happened with a level of certainty that it couldbe depended upon safely. Rocks fall down. It always works. That is a law. Mandid not know why this happened and at the time the might have attributed it to agod. Man did not need to know what the mechanism was. He just needed toknow how it was. When Newton and later Einstein defined the Law of Gravity wemerely refined the law. We still do not understand with any certainty exactly whatgravity actually is. We now attribute it to some “natural” process or characteristic.The mechanism is immaterial because we know: Rocks fall down.The more complete statement of the law is:

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