Knowledgebase : The Body Politic
Chain of Title - Articles of Confederation
Posted by Stuart Ronaldson on 27 March 2017 07:19 pm

"The greatest deception here is this is not one nation under God, it never was.
(Dianne Foster Reidy, stenographer for the House of Representatives, October, 2013) (LINK)

The founding document of the country, Articles of Confederation, was left abandoned during the Constitutional Convention. The Articles of Confederation was abandoned --- that is, left unused. It was not dissolved. It did not cease to exist. We published a claim to it (abandoned property) and waited for objections. No objections were recorded. The Government of The United States of America is adhereing to the name decided upon many generations ago:

Article 1: The Stile of this Confederacy shall be "The United States of America"
(link: http://avalon.law.yale.edu/18th_century/artconf.asp#art1).

It was Master Mason George Washington (LINK), with other members of the Freemasonry secret society in attendence at the Consitutional Convention, also known as the “Grand Convention at Philadelphia” (as in Grand Lodge, Grand Master) that broke chain of title with the Articles of Confederation. This is a critical fact conveniently ignored in public schools.

"The significance of Freemasonry's influence on the Constitution cannot be overstated. Freemasons conceived, argued and ratified the immortal document and, ever since that historic Convention in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Freemasons have given support to its preservation." (Henry Clausen, Masons Who Helped Shape Our Nation, 1976) (LINK)

Article XIII of the Articles of Confederation stipulates that the "provisions shall be inviolably observed by every state" and the "Union shall be perpetual". Further, it establishes that “any alteration at any time hereafter" to the Articles must “be agreed to in a Congress of the United States, and be afterwards confirmed by the legislatures of every State.
(link: http://avalon.law.yale.edu/18th_century/artconf.asp#art13 )

So, during the Grand Convention, lacking an agreement in “a Congress of the United States”, and lacking confirmation "by the legislatures of every State" these Masons did not possess the authority and therefore could not legally amend the Articles of Confederation.

A seperate document --- a new agreement among the parties in attendence was necessary.

As a result, there is no legal connection from the Articles of Confederation to the Constitution of the United States of America. One document does not lead into, amend or reference the other. The founding document, Articles of Confederation, was put aside --- abandoned --- for a different initiative, a different agreement that you know as the Constitution for the United States of America.