The Importance of Land and Who Owns It?
By Anna Von Reitz
When the current world organizational structure was set up, three basic jurisdictions were set up: air, land and sea.
The Pope controlled the air.
The Spanish King controlled the land.
The British King controlled the sea.
And the Spanish and British Kings both owed their offices to the Pope, albeit, in different capacities.
So when we talk about land in the modern world we are talking about: (1) cadastral surveys, and (2) Spanish Land Grants — whether or not Spain ever directly occupied or possessed the land in question.
Once the Spanish King put his signature on a Land Grant, that Land Grant and the Deed accompanying it, is the Possession of the Grantee and no superseding action can remove it.
Land is what the rest of us call the Subsoil underlying a country. Land is fundamentally important, because it underlies everything on Earth, including the Oceans. It is what creates and gives rise to the Soil— and the Soil’s Jurisdiction defined as the top six inches of the Land. You cannot have a country without land, and a nation (population) has no standing without land.
So it is of critical importance that our land was— and is—- properly granted to us by the King of Spain as of 1778, and the Deeds have been preserved along with the Treaties by General Cortez and his family, so that there is no question whatsoever that our country is rightfully founded and we have the possession and ownership of it as acknowledged by all current systems of international law.
To the extent that pirates have come upon the land and tried to claim it and have enforced a brutal and foreign system of land “titles” to overlay the actual grants, grant deeds, and patents, the Maxim of Law applies: “Possession by pirates does not change
The British King and the Pope combined cannot change what the Spanish King has written and what they, themselves, have agreed to.
Whereupon we have invoked our underlying grants and deeds and patents and brought them forward with full standing to rebut the presumption that there are no Americans still retaining their native birthright and inheritance interests.
We are here, present and accounted for. The land of this country belongs to us and to all those who accept and retain their birthright nativity; and, with the land goes the soil, which is part of the land.
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