A proper noun is the name of a person, place or thing. An all capitalized name is not a proper noun, is not a person, place or thing, and is not a true name. “Your” all capitalized name on a credential — or any other government document — is not a proper noun. IT IS NOT YOU.
A judge at arraignment must ask you for your true name. But don’t be fooled. He is asking for the real person who will be responsible for paying the damages to the peace and dignity of their all capitalized artificial entity.
If you respond to a non-proper noun as if it was your name, guess what happens. The judge immediately takes silent judicial notice that you are incompetent.
Back when the United States was a free country, most people kept their Constitutional rights.
“Misnomer is a good plea in abatement, for since names are the only marks and indicia which human kind can understand each other by, if the name be omitted or mistaken, there is a complaint against nobody. And…if the defendant has been arrested by a wrong name, the court will set aside the proceedings…and discharge him if in custody.”
— Here is a link to an earlier edition of 1793, this quote is on page 38.
“If the Christian name be wholly mistaken, this is regularly fatal to all legal instruments…and the reason is, because it is repugnant to the Christian religion, that there should be a Christian without a name of baptism, or that such a person should have two Christian names…and therefore if a person enters into a bond by a wrong Christian name, he cannot be declared against by the name in the obligation, and his true name brought in an alias, for that supposes the possibility of two Christian names; and you cannot declare against the party by his right name, and aver he made the deed by his wrong name.”
* (Greek word exon, for those of you who suspect a connection to the Mark of the Beast prophecy).
“to take all their possessions and property and to put them into perpetual slavery.”
“The baptismal name as distinct from the surname. The name which is given one after his birth or at baptism, or is afterward assumed by him in addition to his family name. Such name may consist of a single letter.”
Notice that the definition of a Christian name is a name that is given one after birth or at baptism, or is afterward assumed by him in addition to his family name. You can assume a name at baptism that is not your government name. Examples: Saul became Paul, Simon became Peter (Cephas in John 1:42), Zacchaeus became Matthew, Didymus became Thomas, and the Thaddaeus of Matthew 10:3 and Mark 13:18 became Judas son of James in Luke 6:16. Even John the Baptist’s father had to rename his son (Luke 1:63) after the Holy Spirit had filled him “even from his mother’s womb” (Luke 1:15 KJV). And when Joses became Christian, he was called Barnabas (Acts 4:36). Just try assuming a Christian name and see what happens.
Do you have authority to present yourself in public, or do you need permission from someone else’s master/lord?
There are dozens of early court cases to prove that you can use any name you want to. However, merchants who control your buying and selling have been deceived by a beast power into asking for ID “proof that you are who you say you are.” If these merchants were Christian, they should be saying: “I will not trample upon your right to present yourself in public, I acknowledge your authority to be whoever you say you are. Your authority to exist does not come from someone’s civil servants. The government does not have a law impairing the obligations of our contract.”
Early court decisions confirm that Christians must have names, and must reveal their name in court, but non-Christians did not have to have names. Non-Christians could be called anything, such as John Doe. If a Christian was called by a name other than his own, he could “abate the court proceedings” by claiming that there was a misnomer. Everything is backwards now. Non-Christians get full government recognition with an all capitalized government name, and anyone who wants to keep their Christian name is treated as an enemy of the state. And furthermore, contempt of court is a life sentence without a trial.
“The family name; the name over and above the Christian name. The part of a name which is not given in baptism. The name of a person which is derived from the common name of his parents…. The last name; the name common to all members of a family.”
“A name spelled in all capital letters or a name initialed, is not a proper noun denoting a specific person, but is a fictitious name, or a name of a dead person, or a nom de guerre.”
“A counterfeit, alias, feigned, or pretended name taken by a person, differing in some essential particular from his true name (consisting of Christian name and patronymic), with the implication that it is meant to deceive or mislead.”
• “nom”: Used in expressions denoting a pseudonym, a false or assumed name.”
• “Nom de guerre”: War name. A name assumed by or assigned to a person engaged in some action or enterprise.
• “Guerre”: War, and as a verb, to wage war.
There is a maxim of law: In order rightly to comprehend a thing, inquire first into the names, for a right knowledge of things depends upon their names.
More information on birth certificates is available in my free essay Birth Certificates.
You may also be interested in:
My book on Identification Credentials
My free essay on Persons, Residents, Inhabitants. http://notfooledbygovernment.com/persons-residents-inhabitants/
My free essay on Presumed Contracts where you can read quotes from the book “Ancient Law” by Sir Henry Sumner Maine (John Murray Publisher, Albemarle Street, London. 1861) documented the conspiracy to ensnare you with ancient laws that pledged generations of labor.