February 19, 2018
From Anna Von Reitz
I am constantly receiving questions about Birth Certificates. The essence of a BC is that it proves that a live man or woman was born on the actual birth day, as opposed to the “filing date” or “birthdate” which marks the creation of the THING named after you.
A Birth Certificate does not positively identify you, but it admits that a living being with your name came into this world, touched down, and there is no actual, viable proof of your death— only a presumption of death based on the fact that the Vital Statistics people haven’t heard from you since you left the hospital. No doubt it is time we all gave them and the Deputy Clerks of the Probate Courts across America a big, fat “Hulloooo!”
A BC does not function as a valid recording of your Common Law copyright to your own Name and Estate, rather, it is a false claim against your Name and Estate which has to be corrected—- but in a negative way, the proof that it provides does preserve “a” public record of an event which you can prove and invoke by private means and from other public records to reclaim your interest in your Name and estate. So it is a means you should employ in building your claims.
What follows was taken directly from the old Ucadia website, which Frank subsequently removed from the internet because unscrupulous people were attempting to piggy-back upon and thwart and misrepresent and misuse Frank’s work. This particular section is of so much public benefit I pray he will forgive me for re-printing with full credit given and an injunction to my Readers to honor the man and his work and always give him credit for anything you quote and also be sure to tell anyone you send it to that they are not allowed to change, edit, or amend one word of it. You may not plagiarize or edit anything that appears here: