I have been working to introduce the idea that there are three levels of the US legal system, but the Supremacy Clause in the Second Article may seem to contradict that idea. Which is right?
Both are right, and it is a matter of perspective, looking up or down. No nation functions alone. A constitutional creates a government. Our nation is sovereign, but also is equal to all other nations.
There are always three levels to the Universe, and everything that is in it. We can look at the three levels of our legal system as Universal Law, Constitutional Law and Federal Law in regards to our unalienable rights and how we relate to our Creator and other nations, as a sovereign nation, or we can focus only on what is within our nation, with Constitutional Law, Federal Law and Treaties, which have supremacy over State law.
The three levels are the Principles, the Power and the Project, so in the case of the Supremacy Clause, the project level is the States. They went from being colonies to states when the Constitution was being voted into existence. At this time, Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States, and its people are voting to become the 51st State. They must petition Congress as part of the process, which makes them a project of the constitutional level and the federal level.
The Constitution grants individuals our unalienable rights, but also each level has rights, duties and privileges, but is subject to Universal Law. No project-level entity can dictate terms to the principles level or the power level or it creates chaos. The principles are equality, liberty, freedom, compassion, abundance, capacity and tolerance. The power level cannot dictate principles to the principle levels or it creates chaos also. These principles allow mankind to walk the proverbial "straight and narrow" and to maintain peace.
No laws can be written to justify breaking Universal Law. This week, the Supreme Court focused on the Westfall Act, which declares that any federal employee is free from litigation that arises from acts that occurred as a part of their employment. That law was also used in Saleh v Bush to protect George W. Bush from being sued by an Iraqi woman for damages that occurred during the Iraq War. It is a federal law that superseded her constitutional right to redress Congress for grievances, and her (and mankind's) unalienable Universal rights to be able to live her life without interference, to be treated fairly and equally, and to have a voice in her government. Universal law must be reintroduced into our legal system to prevent chaos within every level of our legal system.
In the future, once the plan for the international government becomes a reality and mankind has passed the test of world peace, we will be invited to participate in a wider government. At this time, according to Seth in "A Manual for Peace," there are 80 alien species on the Earth, There is a galactic government, another layer of government, and its basis is also Universal Law, which applies to every atom in the Universe.
If we expand our awareness, we may even be able to imagine that there is a Universe within a Universe--just like was imagined in the ending scene of the movie, "Men in Black," as the camera continues to pan out. This "stretch of the imagination" concept will be addressed in our book, "The Prime Universe Speaks," which explains the final destination of mankind's evolution, and every level is based on the same Universal Law.
Imagine that one nation does not speak for the entire planet when it comes to the choice to join the galactic government. There are stories that aliens have gone to governments and powerful individuals around the world, but one nation and one individual does not have the right to dictate terms to any other nation or any other individual. Only when the international government based on Universal Law is in existence can we consider voting to join the galactic government.