Natural Law: Introduction
The Science of Natural Law by Mark Passio
In this documentary Mark Passio explores our current understanding of the Universal forces that affect the daily lives of humanity.
Is humanity truly free?
Are there Universal Laws that apply to human behaviour?
Does our knowledge or ignorance of these laws affect our freedom?
It is only by fundamentally understanding Natural Law that we will be able to effectively follow Common Law.
This is the hierarchy under which the people and our systems should be operating:
– Natural Law: the Universal Divine Law of God/Creator.
– Rule of Law: Natural Law interpreted by humanity through Common Law.
– The People: humanity as a collective.
– Government: an administrative infrastructure.
– Politicians & Public Servants: officers that have taken Oaths to serve the people.
The word ‘occult’ means hidden and refers to knowledge that is not commonly known to humanity. Occultism is a body of knowledge regarding the hidden laws of nature that can’t be readily seen or scientifically measured.
The Dark Occultists come from banking, media, law, military, law enforcement, entertainment, education, politics, medicine, and technology. They use the ancient, hidden knowledge of Natural Law to increase their own collective power at the expense of everyone else’s rights and freedoms.
What is Natural Law?
It is nothing to do with evolution, the survival or the fittest, or the law of the jungle, or the dog-eat-dog world.
Natural = Inherent to, and having a basis in, reality and nature, therefore not man-made.
Law = An existing condition that is both binding and immutable.
Binding means having an effect that cannot be escaped.
Immutable means unable to be changed by anything or anyone.
Natural Law Definition
A set of Universal, non-man-made binding and unchangeable conditions, which govern the behavioural consequence of beings with the capacity of holistic intelligence.
Natural Law governs the collective by manifesting the consequences of the free-will behavioural choices made by humanity.
The consequences received are dependent on whether the behaviour is moral or immoral (right or wrong). This is also known as karma.
Natural Laws operate in the unseen, non-physical realm so they are the hidden laws of nature which are built into the fabric of reality.
Natural Law is a science of morality which doesn’t require belief or faith. It is also known as Cosmic Law, Spiritual Law, Universal Law, Moral Law, Karma, The Golden Rule, The Law of Cause and Effect, and Consequentialism.
It is essential for humanity to understand what right and wrong behaviour is.
We need to define what human rights are in order to keep them.
Actions that are not rights and initiate harm to others:
- Murder = the theft of life which is not rightfully ours to take.
- Rape = theft of freewill sexual association.
- Assault = theft of another person’s wellbeing without right.
- Theft = theft of property.
- Trespass = theft of the security of ones living domain
- Coercion = the theft of freewill choice via violence or duress.
- Wilfully lying = theft of necessary information which negatively impacts someone else’s ability to engage in informed decision making.
They are all variations of theft in different forms and constitute violence against other sentient beings.
Transgressions of the inherent rights of others though theft is the conduct of violence.
Moral conduct can therefore be defined as ‘don’t steal’.
It is morally wrong to initiate aggression and violence against other sentient beings.
We reserve the right to use physical force to defend ourselves against violence and aggression – it is an inherent right.
Equality Under Natural Law
Immoral actions are the behaviours that inflict harm to others. When we fail to hold everyone to the same account regarding the morality of their actions we create a problem for humanity.
We all have the same rights without exception including government, the police, military, or other societal institution.
Legality is not Morality
Is government authority morally legitimate?
If man’s laws are in opposition to Natural Law and therefore false or immoral it cannot be legitimately morally binding. Legal or illegal is not the same as moral or immoral. Human authority is not legitimate because it is not voluntary and is based on immoral behaviour such as coercion and violence.
Does Government authority exist in nature?
It is an illegitimate man-made construct that doesn’t exist in nature. The false belief that someone has legitimate authority over others or more or less inherent rights than others is the main cause of suffering and death in the world.
Authority is an untrue, illusory, illegitimate and immoral claim that is believed by most people.
The delegation of authority to politicians, police, and military is inherently morally illegitimate. And cannot be done in nature because it is impossible to delegate a right to someone else that no one possess as an individual.
the human condition is slavery. Is taxation morally legitimate?
Taxation is theft enforced by the threat of coercion or violence.
People own their bodies and have right to choose what they put into it.
Drivers Licences are coercive restriction on the inherent right to travel.
Man-made laws that are moral opposition to natural law are morally illegitimate and not morally binding. Legitimate human interactions are voluntary and mutually agreed upon by all participants.
Man-made laws which decree and enact behaviours such as prohibition, taxation, and licensure are not voluntary. They are commands of compliance backed by the threat of violece or actual violent behaviour.
Man-made laws are arbitrary decrees of a ruling class calling themselves government who give themselves the right to rule. Those living under their jurisdiction are believed to be morally obligated to obey the arbitrary laws. Understanding that such a system is entirely based in behaviour that is coercive and immoral.