Tuesday, January 31, 2017

The Three Levels of the U.S. Legal System

This afternoon, President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch for the vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. This court decides whether something is Constitutional. Filling this vacancy on the Supreme Court has been controversial because it has become a political battle between the Republicans and the Democrats. President Obama nominated Judge Merrick Garland, but the Republicans have the majority in the Senate and they refused to confirm his appointment. The decision was delayed until the next president was elected and took the oath of office. I would like to look now at how this process has become so contentious to prevent the chaos from spreading onto the international level.

The Universe has three levels.* They are called the Father, the Mother and the Son--or, the Principles, the Power and the Project. Every aspect of the Universe has the same three levels. When speaking of the U.S. legal system, they are Universal Law, Constitutional Law, and Federal and State Law.

The Universal Law level fixes our legal system on a very high spiritual level. It is unchanging. This is law that applies to every atom in the Universe. Religion is an application of Universal Law, and is a narrower perspective. In this Universe, we have twelve Universal Laws, but our focus now is on "do unto others as you would have them do unto you." At this time, every person on the planet has been exposed to the Universal Law of Cause and Effect, but not every person applies this law in his or her life. To get peace, you must give peace.The Universal Laws apply to our Creator also. We are guaranteed our inalienable rights because our Creator must guarantee them to us to keep their inalienable rights.

The Mother level is the power aspect of the law, and it is evolutionary. The U.S. Constitution has been amended to reflect where we are at the time. It can evolve or devolve, or stay the same. We rise and fall by the choices we make, and so does our Constitution. It is the application of Universal Law. If you put our Constitution into any country on the planet, after 100 years, there would be 200 or so different applications of the Constitution, just like religion.

Federal and State law is the application of both the Principles and the Power aspects. This is where the chaos enters into the picture, when the Principles are ignored and the Power aspect devolves.

Because we are focusing on the Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal, an example of this crisis is when President George W. Bush went to Congress to get permission to wage war on Iraq. His case did not stand on the principles of Universal Law, and so it was a power grab. The ultimate conclusion of any power grab is that you lose power. Congress voted to invade Iraq, which made the War legal in the eyes of many people, but it was the letter of the law rather than the intent of the law. It was the narrower perspective--an act of revenge. The protester's voices, people who saw the wider perspective, had no voice in the matter, and the United States ended up in a quagmire in Iraq.

In the Bible, it says, "Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord!" That is because it is not up to mankind to judge another person, and revenge does not stand on all three levels of the Universe. It is not based on Universal Law. It is also not strictly Constitutional, because it is based on five power games.

Governments play the five power games related to revenge, and they all go against Universal Law. They are oppressive to the people and deny the people our inalienable rights granted to us by our Creator. The symbol for revenge is the pentacle, which is shaped like a five pointed star with the points removed. The Pentagon is shaped like a pentacle, and while our Constitution allows us to defend our nation, we do not have the Universal or Constitutional rights to wage war.

*Using a capital U, I am including the frequency dimensions of the Universe, not just spacial dimensions. Both are infinite.