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  • Crystal & Lisa

What is Nature and Nature's God?

Crystal, Brenda and Jennifer discuss that phrase from the Declaration of Independence "of nature and nature's god."

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Show Notes:

• Unalienable rights: unable to be controlled or have a lien placed on them

• Land, Air and Water are all nature, under its own rules

• Founding Fathers acknowledged the rules of nature

• Everything is under some kind of law: nature’s laws (gravity, etc) and Ten


• Maxim law: that which one creates, one controls

• Corporation created “employees” to control us to get around the constitution

• I Samuel 7 Israelites asking Samuel for a King to rule over them

• If we don’t have something to govern us, lawlessness takes over

• No man can take our God-given unalienable rights because man didn’t give it

to us

• Being self-governed means that we take responsibility and we identify and

establish law that will be beneficial for us, our household, and our community

• We have not been taught to self-govern.

• Starts with us and by following the golden rule. Lead as an example.

• Leave the buildings and get back into nature and be outside!

• The founding fathers put in the Declaration "of nature and nature's God" to reaffirm that

there is a higher belief and a higher standing or structure that our country was founded on.


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