Church Membership Card Info. and Lawful Notice

​OFFICIAL LAWFUL NOTICE TO ALL CORPORATE STATE ACTORS

Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent; Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal

Possession of OBS membership card(s) affirm the photo-identified card carrier is:


- A member in good standing and integrity with The Church of the Only Begotten Son.

- The individual identified is not an "inhabitant" of, or under the jurisdiction of any municipal corporation and has filed their Affidavit of Truth and Fact of standing and "House of's" Ordinance & Fee Schedule, on and for the record, in and at their county court.

- Unless the individual you are encountering/detaining is "driving in commerce" you have no authority, cause of action or jurisdiction to inhibit the free right of travel of the individual identified by this card.

- Is an ecclesiastical servant of the almighty God, sovereign, a Man or Woman born on the soil, within these united states of America, of full age, in full life, in being.

- "Certified and Qualified" to carry, possess, use, administer and/or dispense ALL Natural Earth and Plant Based Sacred Sacraments, Medicines and/or substances in accordance with the substantive inalienable religious rights of the sovereign American Man or Woman and protected by: The First Amendment; the Free Expression Clause, Multiple Acts of Congress and U.S. Federal and State Constitutional Amendments and jurisdictional restrictions, laws, federal statutes, rules of law and International Treaties.  

- The Church of the Only Begotten Son recognizes all sacraments and medicines as being sacred, effective and under the original subject matter jurisdiction of religious holy men; from that time God instructed Aaron of the House of Levi; "Gather the manna... distribute it to each man and woman and child according to their need."

~ATTENTION ALL CORPORATE AGENTS OFFICERS AND INHABITANTS~


The Church of the Only Begotten Son is informing YOU; should you choose to disregard, ignore, deny, interfere with, or hinder in ANY way; [the] sovereign religious individual's in-personam jurisdiction authority, God given subject matter jurisdiction regarding these sacraments and ceremonial activities and substantive religious and inalienable rights; including but not limited to the right to travelYOU personally, are choosing to knowingly, willfully violate The First Amendment, your oath to uphold the Constitution of/for The United States of America and YOU personally and in your professional capacity, are knowingly and intentionally creating personal and professional capacity liability for yourself, your agency, your municipal corporation and potentially the COPORATION of YOUR STATE as outlined in the Ordinance and Fees Schedule of the House of "Contract Offeror" as well as multiple Acts of Congress, Federal and State Constitutional restrictions and Amendments, Federal Statutes & Rules of law and International Treaties (all applicable statutes, rules of law, laws and treaties are not listed)  [IF or Should] you choose to maliciously violate substantive inalienable rights of the religious sovereign American Man or Woman you have encountered or detained.

** Knowingly acting outside the scope of corporate authority, under color of law, removes the qualified immunity enjoyed, so long as you are acting within the scope of your Constitutional boundaries. Such intentional actions create agency, superior respondent and personal liability, payable according to the Ordinance & Fee Schedule of the House of "Contract Offeror" and punishable by ALL applicable Constitutional remedies, laws, rules of law, statutes or administrative actions.  


​Including but not limited to:

*18 USC § 241: Conspiracy to deprive rights

*18 USC § 242: Deprivation of rights under color of law including attempted use and threatened use of a dangerous weapon

*18 USC § 245: Federally protected activities; use or threaten to use force to willfully interfere with a person’s participation in a federally protected activity because of race, color, religion, or national origin

*42 U.S.C. § 1981: Equal rights under the law


*42 U.S.C.§ 1983: Civil action for deprivation of rights


*42 U.S.C. § 1985: Conspiracy to interfere with civil rights


*42 U.S.C. § 1996: (“AIRFA”)


*42 U.S.C. 2000bb, et seq: (RFRA)


*42 U.S.C. 2000cc, et seq.: (RLUIPA)

​​

The First Amendment:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

"The First Amendment" guarantees freedoms and exceptions concerning religion and the free expression of that religion, when not engaged in usury or commerce.

The Free Exercise Clause:

withdraws from legislative power, both state and federal, the exertion of any restraint on the free exercise of religion. Its purpose is to secure religious liberty in the individual by prohibiting any invasions there by civil authority.

1 It bars governmental regulation of religious beliefs as such,

2 prohibiting misuse of secular governmental programs to impede the observance of one or all religions or . . . to discriminate invidiously between religions . . . even though the burden may be characterized as being only indirect.

3 Freedom of conscience is the basis of the Free Exercise Clause, and government may not penalize or discriminate against an individual or a group of individuals because of their religious views nor may it compel persons to affirm any particular beliefs.

4 Interpretation is complicated, however, by the fact that exercise of religion usually entails ritual or other practices that constitute conduct rather than pure belief. When it comes to protecting conduct as free exercise, the Court has been inconsistent.

5 It has long been held that the Free Exercise Clause does not necessarily prevent the government from requiring the doing of some act or forbidding the doing of some act merely because religious beliefs underlie the conduct in question.

6 What has changed over the years is the Court’s willingness to hold that some religiously motivated conduct is protected from generally applicable prohibitions.

"The Free Exercise Clause" reserves the right of the American Men and Women, of the unincorporated, sovereign We the People referred to in the Preamble;  to accept and engage in any religious belief and/or any rituals, sacred sacraments or ceremonies. We believe it is our religious right to travel freely and uninhibited so long as we are not engaged in commerce or usury activities. When engaged in COMMERCE OR USURY activities, we gladly accept licensure for said activity to engage in said activities, as to do otherwise would violate the COMMERCIAL CODE as well as all applicable statutes. 

The "Free Exercise Clauses of state constitutions" which states: "(all) religious beliefs, [o]pinions, expression of [o]pinions, and religious practices are expressly protected by the Free Exercise Clause". 


The Free Expression and Exercise Clauses protect not just religious beliefs but actions made on behalf of those beliefs that do not inhibit another's liberty.

More importantly, the wording of state constitutions suggest that “free exercise envisions religiously compelled exemptions from at least some generally applicable laws.”

"The Free Exercise and Expression Clauses; In the terms of economic theory",  promotes a free religious market by precluding taxation of religious activities by minority sects so long as the economic activity is for fundraising and is engaged in a non-profit capacity.


​The Fourth Amendment originally enforced the notion that “each man’s home is his castle”, secure from unreasonable searches and seizures of property by the government. It protects against arbitrary arrests, and is the basis of the law regarding search warrants, stop-and-frisk, safety inspections, wiretaps, and other forms of surveillance, as well as being central to many other criminal law topics and to privacy law.


United Nations Declaration of Human Rights:

*Article 32 of the Convention on Psychotropic Substances allows nations to exempt certain traditional uses of substances from prohibition:

** “A State on whose territory there are plants growing wild which contain psychotropic substances from among those in Schedule I and which are traditionally used by certain small, clearly determined groups in magical or religious rites, may, at the time of signature, ratification or accession, make reservations concerning these plants, in respect of the provisions of article 7, except for the provisions relating to international trade.”