As a Christian protestant realm we are required to obey the laws of man unless the laws of man go against the laws of God.
We are told through the foundational law being the bible that we owe no man anything but love and good will.
We are told that if we create no harm and wish good will to all gods children that we are good and that we have fulfilled the law.
We are told that if we are good we have nothing to fear from Authority for there is no Authority to govern higher than god and that all the powers that be are ordained by god.
One would think that to be ordained by the creator with such authority that authority must follow gods law also.
Gods law plays a Massive role in many democratic lands around the world.
One famous document is that of the American Constitution and Declaration of Independence.
When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.
In the case of the Imperial Crown realm Commonwealth of Australia, our constitution made by we the people it states that the people united in one indissoluble Federal Commonwealth under the blessing of Almighty God.
It most definitely doesn’t say the politicians united .
The latin text on the top right hand corner of the Preamble states the Queen wills it.
So now lets look at some commentaries on law.
Divine law is any law that is understood as deriving from a transcendent source, such as the will of God or gods, in contrast to man-made law.
Divine laws are typically regarded as superior to man-made laws, sometimes due to an understanding that their source has resources beyond human knowledge and human reason.
The Difference Between Natural Law And Man Made Law.
Our historical past is a repetitive story for the rise and fall of empires and kingdoms whose successes and failures have predominantly relied upon the efficiency of mental constructs by which to rule and steer humanity’s destiny.
The established beliefs in which the natural world was to be dominated, feared and exploited have rendered mankind isolated and disconnected from the guiding principles innate to creation.
The truth of our moral compass has been usurped in favor of a false authority whose immoral domain has left us drowning in a turbulent sea of dramas and dogmas.
It should be clear by now that man’s laws are inferior to the supreme laws of creation unless man made laws are created in harmonious alignment with the truth and knowledge of natural, universal and spiritual laws.
Mankind must begin to discern the difference between natural law and man made law if we are going to restore and preserve our divine evolutionary path.
The guiding principles of natural law, with which you can become familiar here, provide us with the the morally correct path to co-create a loving world.
Our choice to choose love over fear is backed by a universal guarantee for our attainment of true understanding with which to sustain sovereignty, freedom, harmony and order.
Our vibrational alignment with the principles and truth bound within natural law is our return to the flow of creation wherein our moral compass is restored.
Man made law is vulnerable to immorally incorrect and erroneous beliefs when man’s knowledge and understanding fail to harmonize with the laws of creation.
For our universe operates within the wisdom of harmonic resonance, and our inability to attune with this wisdom is the cause of our separation and suffering; and the effect is our blind allegiance to the negative expressions of natural law rather than our loyalty to the positive expressions.
Man’s dogmatic beliefs are rooted in mental constructs that disregard the integrity of emotional, physical and spiritual components. How do we comply with man made laws that do not consider the totality of the whole person? The laws of man confine us to an ultimatum for which our failure to comply becomes our fear of punishment.
Natural laws define universal truth that transcends all race, color and creed while man’s laws attempt to restrict the right to sovereign freedom based upon one’s race, color and creed.
If all men are created equal, then the creation of man made laws to suit the bias of locales or conditions is a violation of natural law.
Human beings do not possess the authority to dictate written laws under the guise of moral relativism that utterly destroys one’s sovereignty and freedom.
Our moral sphere is determined by our alignment to the laws of creation, not by the moral relativity bound within man’s mutable laws.
We cannot trade our internal self-mastery to know right from wrong for the moral whims of external authority to dictate moral correctness from immoral incorrectness.
Our ethical guidance is embedded within the eternal and immutable laws of the universe that supersedes the limitations of ever-changing moral relevancy.
Natural law grants us the morally correct principles as trustworthy guidance to prevent our enslavement within immorally incorrect governance.
We must heed the lost generative principle of care by which to say NO to moral relativism, and YES to the immutable laws governing the universe and all creation.
Mankind has a moral obligation to check and correct the dogmatic beliefs being imposed upon them so as to defend our sovereign freedom, and to maintain the harmonious and natural order at the heart of our existence.
Our moral accountability demands that we understand the difference between natural law and man made law.
The Commentaries on the Laws of England
are an influential 18th-century treatise on the common law of England by Sir William Blackstone, originally published by the Clarendon Press at Oxford, 1765–1770.
The work is divided into four volumes, on the rights of persons, the rights of things, of private wrongs and of public wrongs.
The Commentaries were long regarded as the leading work on the development of English law and played a role in the development of the American legal system.
They were in fact the first methodical treatise on the common law suitable for a lay readership since at least the Middle Ages.
The common law of England has relied on precedent more than statute and codifications and has been far less amenable than the civil law, developed from the Roman law, to the needs of a treatise.
The Commentaries were influential largely because they were in fact readable, and because they met a need.
The Rights of Persons
The Rights of Persons is the first volume in the four part series that is the Commentaries.
Divided into 18 chapters, it is largely concerned with the rights of individuals; the rights of Parliament; the rights and title of the King; the royal family; the councils belonging to the King; kingly duties; the royal prerogative; the King’s revenue; subordinate magistrates; the people (aliens, denizens, and natives); the rights of the clergy; the civil state; the military and maritime states; the relationship between master and servant (in modern-day terminology, employer and employee), husband and wife, parent and child, guardian and ward; and finally corporates.
The Rights of Things
The Rights of Things, Blackstone’s longest volume, deals with property.
The vast majority of the text is devoted to real property, this being the most valuable sort in the feudal law upon which the English law of land was founded.
Property in chattels was already beginning to overshadow property in land, but its law lacked the complex feudal background of the common law of land, and was not dealt with nearly as extensively by Blackstone.
Of Private Wrongs
Of Private Wrongs dealt with torts as they existed in Blackstone’s time.
The various methods of trial that existed at civil law were also dealt with in this volume, as were the jurisdictions of the several courts, from the lowest to the highest.
Almost as an afterthought, Blackstone also adds a brief chapter on equity, the parallel legal system that existed in English law at the time, seeking to address wrongs that the common law did not handle.
Of Public Wrongs
Of Public Wrongs is Blackstone’s treatise on criminal law.
Here, Blackstone the apologist takes centre stage; he seeks to explain how the criminal laws of England were just and merciful, despite becoming later known as the Bloody Code for their severity.
He does however accept that “It is a melancholy truth, that among the variety of actions which men are daily liable to commit, no less than an hundred and sixty have been declared by Act of Parliament to be felonious without benefit of clergy; or, in other words, to be worthy of instant death”.
Blackstone frequently resorted to assuring his reader that the laws as written were not always enforced, and that the King’s power of pardon could be exercised to correct any hardships or injustices.
Here in the Commonwealth of Australia the people must remember that Common law is the highest of man made law our Constitution is derived from the king james Christian protestant Bible and that of the common law of England uk.
Magna-carta, the Bill of Rights Uk are included in that common law andvthe 1000s of years of historical rulings handed down by judges.
Dont be fooled by admiralty law jurisdiction in our courts for we are a common law country.
We the people are sovereign and the master of our creation called Parliament.