An Extract from Part 3 | An Overview of the World System of Bondage
The original estates held by the aristocracy were perpetual in nature. They were grounded in the land and the peerage of titles passed from one generation to the next. Original titles in land were the actual titles given to the aristocracy.
The estate was held in the name of the Living Beneficiary, the Title Holder, known as the Cestui Que Vie. This is the true definition of the word “entitlement” as the Living Beneficiary held the title and was thus entitled to the full value and beneficial interests of the estate and the title of the land was vested in the actual title of the peerage, i.e., Duke, Baron, Count, Earl, etc. Thus, the estate was known as a Duchy, Barony, County, Earldom, etc. Such entitled “lords” were the actual Landlords of the Realm and were the only parties holding any rights or beneficial interests in the estates as well as the enumerated rights of the Magna Carta (including the right to be tried by a Jury of Peers, as only those of the Peerage can sit in such a jury). Notice how in the current system all of this has been corporatized, where Counties are corporations that belong to a national corporate association in Washington D.C.
Within the civil containment system the civil privileges vested into franchises and the men, women and children attached thereto as the sureties receive entitlements as mere privileges and benefits in many forms, all of which are attached to the Realm of the Dead that is lifted off the land into the system of corporatized fictions. These sorts of entitlements are really ghostly apparitions compared to the original entitlement structure of true land hold and title.
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By definition, a Cestui Que Vie is the “life by which the duration of the estate is measured”. Thus, whoever is the Living Beneficiary measures the duration of said estate from the beginning of inheritance of Title up to the end his life. When one Cestui Que Vie dies, the next Living Beneficiary automatically becomes the new Cestui Que Vie. In this way, the ancestral lineage of bloodlines became hard wired to the land. Such lineal descent became synonymous with key points such as land hold, rights in Law, entitlement, status as a living beneficiary and the concept of perpetual offices (Houses and Titles).
The title was attached to the Manor (House) and vested as a Hereditary Title conveyed by the Sovereign into the Office of the Lord and this then established the office of Lord of the Manor. The reciprocal “handshake” of acceptance of the Office and Title was an Oath of Fealty, and being as an Oath is a bond that establishes jurisdiction, this then completed the circle of land, title, peerage and jurisdiction. Overall, this established the hierarchy of purported ownership of all land in the world vested in a singular Sovereign as the Crown Corporation.