About Common Law Shamanism

Common Law Shamanism

“JC”, “the Shaman”, and the Common Lore of “man”[kind]

On Common Law Word Nerdz, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9pm EST

Hey Chuck

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We believe “why” we do what we do, to be so much more important than the “how to” . . so ‘i’ (Gus) implore you please read “English Common Law in the early American Colonies”  (especially Chapter IV – Summary) – to better know how and why the “New” England settlers of the original colonies molded the American Common Law system in accord to their their beliefs, and how they otherwise did abandon the technical system of the English Common Law to form their own government.

IRS June 27 2014 054

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“JC” and “the Shaman” suggest the following links, videos and pages  

To better reflect our beliefs about ‘Courts of Law’, we will be revamping the pages herein over the next couple months


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Read or Download – The Free Church Report – HERE

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The Macroevolution Suffix and Prefix Dictionary

FireShot Capture 126 - Macroevolution.net - Biology, hybrids, huma_ - http___www.macroevolution.net_

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Pleading in English Act 1362

“The Pleading in English Act 1362 (36 Edw. III c. 15), often rendered Statute of Pleading, was an Act of the Parliament of England. The Act complained that because the French language was much unknown in England, the people therefore had no knowledge of what is being said for them or against them in the courts, which used Law French. The Act therefore stipulated that “all Pleas which shall be pleaded in Courts whatsoever, before any of his Justices whatsoever, or in his other Places, or before any of His other Ministers whatsoever, or in the Courts and Places of any other Lords whatsoever within the Realm, shall be pleaded, shewed, defended, answered, debated, and judged in the English Tongue, and that they be entered and inrolled in Latin.”


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We will be studying word etymology and sentence structure,

so please, secure a copy of  Websters 1828 Dictionary

Noah Websters 1828 Dictionary

Buy it HERE or view it online HERE.


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 and secure a copy of  “Lessons in English” by Sara E. Husted-Lockwood – i bought an original 1888 copy on ebay for $4 – You can buy a new copy HERE
Download the “Lessons in English” by Sara E. Husted-Lockwood PDF HERE


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The first thing we’ll focus on is “Presentation of Persons”

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Link 1

Lecture 17 – Constitutional Government: Locke, Second Treatise


Link 2

The Informer


Link 3


Link 4

Federal Reserve Act – Remedy


Link 5

Patriot Games and other BS


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the Sword of the LORD with an electronic edge