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The Wiz­ard of Oz (Now with audio)

The real name of this story is the “Wiz­ard of Ounces” as they are after your money and money is counter in ounces!

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Just as you can read between the gory lines in the news­pa­per on any given day in Amer­ica, you can dis­cover clues and truths slipped in by the Pow­ers that be… if you look hard enough as to what is actu­ally going on. Such “notice” can also be found in some­what lighter fare, the movies!

As you well know, movies have become the national pas­time of enter­tain­ment. Mil­lions go to the movies, VHS tapes and DVD’s fill in the rest of the gap. The story line, top­ics, and time-​frames vary as to the man­u­script and the vision of the Direc­tors. Such a movie was “The Wiz­ard of Oz,” an alle­gory for the new state of affairs in Amer­ica in the 1930’s fol­low­ing the stock mar­ket crash [and manip­u­lated with­drawal of the money sup­ply led to] the fac­tual bank­ruptcy of the United States Gov­ern­ment imme­di­ately fol­low­ing. “The Wiz­ard of Oz” movie is not just a movie for chil­dren, though per­ceived today it is, and it has become a national icon of an his­tor­i­cal nature, replayed every year on tele­vi­sion… just for the chil­dren. What is missed by most is the sym­bol­ism in the movie, in almost every char­ac­ter and aspects of the “set” and so-​called “spe­cial effects” and props back then. After read­ing this arti­cle and then see­ing the movie again, it will never be the same for you … or your chil­dren! The set­ting was Kansas: Heart­land Amer­ica, the geo­graph­i­cal cen­ter of the USA. In comes the twister, the tor­nado, i.e. a whirling con­fu­sion of the stock mar­ket crash that left every­body eco­nom­i­cally “dizzy!” It rep­re­sents the theft of America’s gold, the com­ing US bank­ruptcy, the Great Depres­sion and the tor­nado whisked Dorothy and Toto up into a new, arti­fi­cial (dream-​like) dimen­sion some­where above the solid ground of Kansas. When Dorothy wakes up, she finds her­self in the “Land of Oz.” Dorothy com­ments to her lit­tle com­pan­ion; “Toto, I have a feel­ing we are not in Kansas any­more.” That’s right. After the bank­ruptcy, Kansas was no longer just plain old “Kansas,” it was now “KS,” an arti­fi­cial cor­po­rate venue of the bank­rupt United States, newly estab­lished “fed­eral ter­ri­tory,” part of the “Fed­eral Zone,” and Dorothy and Toto were in “this state” now. On her jour­ney in this unfa­mil­iar land, Dorothy meets up with three unusual “char­ac­ters” each hav­ing cer­tainly a dif­fer­ent prob­lem or aspect as por­trayed on the sil­ver screen, but their true iden­tity had been decoded and it fol­lows! The first was the Scare­crow (a man of straw – a front) and “he” iden­ti­fied his straw-​man per­sona for Dorothy; “Some peo­ple with­out brains do an awful lot of talk­ing. Of course, I am not bright about doing things.” And in his clas­sic song, “If I only had a Brain,” the Scarecrow/​Straw Man suc­cinctly augured; “I’d unravel every rid­dle for every ‘indi­vid­u­a­dle’ (indi­vid­ual) in trou­ble or in pain.” Today, in light of Redemp­tion, we would trans­late it as; Once one dis­cov­ers that his straw-​man exists, all polit­i­cal and legal mys­ter­ies, com­plex­i­ties and con­di­tions are resolved or under­stood and one takes legal title (con­trol) to his ‘Straw-​man’, he become the ‘autho­rized rep­re­sen­ta­tive’ of the ‘Straw-​man’ to accept and dis­charge (set­tle) all com­mer­cial affairs as in Oz (the new com­mer­cial world – aka the MATRIX) because the ‘Straw-​man’ has no BRAINS, and no hands and fin­gers to grasp a pen to write a check, so to speak, to pay a fine, fee, tax or debt! The sec­ond char­ac­ter was the Tin Man, or T.I.N. man ( also iden­ti­fied as; Tax payer Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion Num­ber”). The Tin Man was a hol­low man of metal, a “ves­sel,” a “vehi­cle”, newly cre­ated com­mer­cial code words for the straw man. Just like the Scare­crow, the Tin Man had no brain and no heart. Both were “arti­fi­cial per­sons.” One of the def­i­n­i­tions of “tin” in Webster’s is “coun­ter­feit.” The Tin Man also rep­re­sented the mechan­i­cal and heart­less aspect of com­merce and com­mer­cial law. Just like they say in the Mafia; “Noth­ing per­sonal, it’s just busi­ness.” And in another pro­fes­sion sim­i­lar to the Mafia, the busi­ness of lawyer­ing, they have the atti­tude that it’s noth­ing per­sonal, “bid­ness is bid­ness.” The heart­less Tin Man also car­ried an ax, the tra­di­tional sym­bol for God, i.e., mod­ern com­mer­cial law in most ear­lier dom­i­nant civ­i­liza­tions, includ­ing fas­cist states. In the words of the Tin Man, express­ing relief after Dorothy had oiled his rusty points and parts said; “ I’ve held that ax up for ages.” The word “ace” is ety­mo­log­i­cally related to the word “ax,” and in a deck of cards the only one above the King is the Ace. i.e. God. One of the “Axis” Pow­ers of World War II. Italy, was a fas­cist state. The sym­bol for fas­cism is the “fasces,” a bun­dle of rods with an ax bound up in the mid­dle and its blade pro­ject­ing. The fasces may be found on the reverse side of the Amer­i­can Mercury-​head Dime (in Roman deity ‘Mer­cury’ was the God of Com­merce). It can also be found on the wall behind, and on each side of, the speaker’s podium in the US Sen­ate (each gilded fasces is approx­i­mately six feet in height), and at the base of the US Sen­ate are two crossed fasces. The third char­ac­ter that Dorothy met was the Cow­ardly Lion, or “King of Beasts” and as the most feared of all ani­mals in the jun­gle, was lack­ing in ‘courage.’ The Lion is sym­bolic of the once fear­less Amer­i­can peo­ple, who have since lost their courage. Yes, there are a lot of “hot talk­ers” out there, just lis­ten to your local radio talk shows. Amer­i­can men love to talk, but none have the courage to “DO” a damn thing! The Amer­i­can peo­ple are scared of the cor­po­rate Fed­eral Sys­tem and local rev­enue col­lec­tors i.e. cops and judges in their so-​called court­rooms (tri­bunals) of jus­tice (com­merce). After your first few go-​arounds with the “Just-​Us” sys­tem, believ­ing there was ‘jus­tice’ in the courts, you prob­a­bly lost some of your courage too. And you may have not known it, but the IRS has been deal­ing with only your ‘Straw-​man’ (Debtor) strictly under the laws of Com­merce and they are just like the Tin Man, heart­less! After Dorothy and her three com­pan­ions made their way to Oz, they had learned that they had to go see the ‘Wiz­ard.’ To find the Wiz­ard, they had to just “fol­low the yel­low brick road,” (gold is known as ‘yel­low bricks’ and are melted into ‘ingots!’) All one has to do is fol­low the trail of America’s stolen gold and you will find the thief who stole it. In the begin­ning of the movie, the Wiz­ard was rep­re­sented by the trav­el­ing mys­tic, Pro­fes­sor Mar­vel,” whom Dorothy encoun­tered when she ran away with Toto. His macabre shin­gle touted that he was “Acclaimed By The Crowned Heads of Europe, Past, Present and Future.” Boy, that Pro­fes­sor Mar­vel must have been a reg­u­lar wiz­ard to be acclaimed by the future crowned heads of Europe before they were even crowned! Before the bankers stole Amer­ica, they had long since dis­em­pow­ered the Chris­t­ian monar­chies of Europe and looted their king­doms. Maybe this “Pro­fes­sor Mar­vel knew some­thing about the future that other folks didn’t. With a human skull peer­ing down from its painted perch above the door inside his wagon, the good pro­fes­sor lec­tured Dorothy of the priests of Isis and Osiris and the days of the pharaohs of Egypt! When Dorothy and her new friends emerged from the for­est, they were elated to see the Emer­ald City before them, only a short jaunt away. Then came the Wicked Witch of the West, des­per­ate for the ruby slip­pers that Dorothy was wear­ing, as they held spe­cial pow­ers. A sig­nif­i­cant point here is that the orig­i­nal book. The Won­der­ful Wiz­ard of Oz pub­lished in 1900, (39 years ear­lier), the slip­pers were not red, but sil­ver. In the first cut of the movie, the slip­pers were sil­ver but were changed to ‘red’ to be more col­or­ful! At the time the book was writ­ten Amer­ica still had all its gold and sil­ver, and the value of one ounce of gold was set at 15 ounces of sil­ver, sil­ver being the more plen­ti­ful of the two met­als and was known as ‘poor man’s gold!’. Just as the sil­ver slip­pers car­ried Dorothy, America’s stock­pile of sil­ver and gold, back­ing the cur­rency car­ried the coun­try to a posi­tion of pre­em­i­nence through­out the world at that time. But, as men­tioned, when the movie came out in 1939, the slip­pers were not sil­ver, but red. Between 1916 and 1933, most of America’s gold was rounded up by the ‘pri­vately owned’ Fed­eral Reserve Banks and shipped off to the Fed own­ers in Eng­land and Ger­many. The rea­son for this was that Fed­eral Reserve Notes could be redeemed in gold and the use of Fed­eral Reserve Notes car­ried an inter­est penalty that could only be paid in gold. The Amer­i­can peo­ple were defrauded into trad­ing their gold for (worth­less) paper with green ink on it, and our pre­vi­ous cur­rency, United States Notes, car­ried no such inter­est require­ment, but such was the bar­gain that came with the Fed­eral Reserve Notes. The rea­son why JFK was mur­dered was because he was re-​issuing United States Notes – inter­est free! Go to any coin store and see or buy a 1963 U.S. (not Fed­eral Reserve Note). When the bank­ruptcy was declared in 1933, Amer­i­cans were required (mis­di­rected) to turn in all gold coin, gold bul­lion, and gold cer­tifi­cates by May 1st, ‘May Day’(the birth­day of Com­mu­nism in Bavaria in 1776, the birth­day of the IRS, and cel­e­brated world­wide as the Inter­na­tional Work­ers Hol­i­day,” (a holy day to the Wiz­ard and his tribe). Talk­ing to the peo­ple who were alive at that time, you may find out that the gen­eral sen­ti­ment toward such thiev­ery bor­dered on a sec­ond rev­o­lu­tion. Maybe it was just too much of a clue, or too much salt in the wound for Dorothy to be skip­ping down the “Yel­low Brick Road” in a pair of “sil­ver slip­pers” so , for what­ever rea­son, a color less likely to annoy or pro­voke was selected. (i.e., Red) With regard to the choice of “ruby” or red-​colored, slip­pers: Red’s pri­mary sig­nif­i­cance, at least on doc­u­ments and the like, is that it is the color of blood, as in flesh –and-​blood, and sym­bol­izes a liv­ing breath­ing man or woman, i.e. non cor­po­rate non arti­fi­cial. The color ‘Red’ could also have been cho­sen for the related tie to the Inter­na­tional Bank­ing, Fed­eral Reserve founder, the Roth­schild, [aka Red Shield] fam­ily? It does sig­nify “pri­vate” as opposed to “pub­lic.” Your new Social Secu­rity Card has a red ser­ial num­ber on the reverse, likely sig­ni­fy­ing the private-​side ‘bond/​account’ attached to the pub­lic side of your ‘Straw-​mans’ Social Secu­rity Account. For postal employ­ees, red-​sticker Reg­is­tered Mail means “per­sonal account­abil­ity” (pri­vate), all other mail car­ries “lim­ited liability”(public). It is likely that the ruby slip­pers sym­bol­ize the Amer­i­can peo­ple with blood in their veins as opposed to “cit­i­zens of the United States,” straw men with the coun­ter­feit “cor­po­rate blood” of blue/​black ink on a birth cer­tifi­cate. No mat­ter their color in the movie, the Wicked Witch of the West wanted those slip­pers at any cost and had to move fast before Dorothy and her crew could make it to the Emer­ald City. The Witch’s tac­tic was to cover the coun­try­side with poppy flow­ers or “pop­pies.” The source of heroin, opium, and mor­phine, sym­bol­i­cally drug­ging them (the Amer­i­can peo­ple) into uncon­scious­ness, and then just waltz in and snatch the slip­pers. In other words, the best way to sub­ju­gate the Amer­i­can peo­ple and boost the goods was to dull their senses by get­ting them hooked on drugs (Note: LSD was cre­ated the same year, 1939, by Dr. Albert Hoff­man). The poppies/​drugs worked on Dorothy, the Lion and Toto, our flesh and blood friends, but had no effect on the Scare­crow or the Tin Man, the arti­fi­cial enti­ties. The two of them cried out for help and Glenda, the Good Witch of the North, answered their prayers with a blan­ket of snow, aka cocaine, a stim­u­lant nul­li­fy­ing the nar­cotic effect of the poppies/​opium on Dorothy, the Lion and Toto. At this writ­ing, aside from mar­i­juana, the two most avail­able drugs on the streets of Amer­ica are heroin and cocaine in their var­i­ous forms. As they all scam­pered toward the Emer­ald City, the city of green (Fed­eral Reserve Notes, the fiat “money,” or “money by decree”), we heard the Munchkins singing on the glory of the Wizard’s cre­ation: “You’re out of the woods, You’re out of the dark, You’re out of the night, Step into the sun, step into the light, Keep straight ahead for, the most glo­ri­ous place on the face of the Earth or the stars.” The fore­go­ing jin­gle abounds with Illuminist-​Lucifer Ian sym­bols and metaphors re: dark­ness and light. The Wicked Witch of the West made her home in a round, medieval watch­tower, ancient sym­bols of the Knights Tem­plar of Freema­sonry, who are given to prac­tice witch­craft and also cred­ited as the orig­i­na­tors of mod­ern bank­ing, circa 1099 A.D.. The Wicked Witch of the West was also dressed in black, the color of sym­bol­iz­ing the planet Sat­urn, sacred icon of the Knights Tem­plar, and the color of choice of judges and priests for their robes. Who was the Wicked Witch of the West? Remem­ber in the first part of the film her coun­ter­part was “Almira Gulch,” who accord­ing to Aunt Em, “owned half the county.” Miss Gulch alleged that Dorothy’s dog Toto had bit­ten her. She came to the farm with an “Order from the Sher­iff” demand­ing that they sur­ren­der Toto into her cus­tody. Aunt Em was not imme­di­ately coop­er­a­tive, and answered Miss Gulch alle­ga­tions that Toto has bit­ten her “He’s really gen­tle. With gen­tle peo­ple, that is. Could “gen­tle” really mean “Gen­tile?” When Miss Gulch defied them to with­hold Toto and “go against the law,” dear old Aunt Em was rel­e­gated to “push­ing the Party line” for Big Brother. She duti­fully suc­cumbed to the pres­sure and coun­seled Dorothy reluc­tantly. [Does this sound like most Amer­i­can peo­ple?] “We can’t go against the law, Dorothy. I’m afraid poor Toto will have to go.” When Dorothy refused to sur­ren­der Toto, Miss Gulch lashed out; “If you don’t hand over that dog, I’ll bring a damned suit that’ll take your whole farm!” Today, 70% of all the attor­neys in the world reside in the West – Amer­ica, to be exact, and 95% of all law­suits in the world are filed under US juris­dic­tion. The Wicked Witch of the West and Miss Gulch, dear friends, rep­re­sent judges and attor­neys; i.e. the Amer­i­can legal sys­tem (includ­ing the attorney-​run US Con­gress). They are the exe­cu­tion­ers and pri­mary hench­men for trans­fer­ring all wealth in Amer­ica from the peo­ple over to the banks and gov­ern­ment. The Wicked Witch of the West wanted the sil­ver slip­pers, the pre­cious met­als, and her coun­ter­part, Miss Gulch, wanted to take Toto. What does the word “toto” mean… in “attor­ney lan­guage,” i.e., Latin? “Every­thing!” Dorothy and her three com­pan­ions finally made their way to the Emer­ald City. They sought an audi­ence with the Wiz­ard, were taken inside and brought before the Wiz­ard; a gigan­tic image speak­ing in a loud voice behind glass, sim­i­lar to ‘smoke and mir­rors!’ Dorothy and the gang fell for the Wizard’s illu­sion, power, and com­mands in the begin­ning. But it was lit­tle Toto who by his instinct, pulled the cur­tain back to expose the fraud of the Wiz­ard: a ‘front-​man’ for the Wiz­ard… an agent for the FIC­TION… this Wiz­ard the peo­ple feared. The Wiz­ard, this gigan­tic image speak­ing in a loud voice behind glass, could very well sym­bol­ize, with the advent of tele­vi­sion, the power of gov­ern­ment speak­ing lies to the peo­ple via TV, it must be true! And of course the peo­ple will believe their gov­ern­ment… won’t they? Remem­ber the drugs? But Dorothy and the oth­ers soon wised up and dis­cov­ered the Wiz­ard for what he was; a con­fi­dence man. Then, when ask­ing the ‘agent’ (admin­is­tra­tive agen­cies) about help­ing the Scarecrow/​Straw-​Man about “get­ting a brain,” gave the straw-​man a piece of paper, a diploma, from a “uni­ver­sity” the Wiz­ard also cited “ the land of E Pluribus Unum, which is Latin for ‘one out of many.’ i.e. con­vert­ing the many into one New World Order, or Norus Ordo Seclo­rum, a Latin phrase placed on the Amer­i­can One Dol­lar Bill shortly after the bank­ruptcy. He also proudly revealed/​confessed that he was “Born and bred in the heart of the West­ern wilder­ness, an old Kansas man myself!” he gave the TIN man a ‘ticker’ (clock) to sound like a heart (but it was not!) and to the Lion, he gave a ‘Medal’ to sig­nify that the Lion had courage. These all of course were mere trin­kets in the Land of Oz – a fic­tional world of course! The bankers did pretty well in Europe, but as the Wiz­ard pointed out, they made a killing in the “West­ern wilder­ness” i.e. Amer­ica, with the theft of Amer­i­can gold, labor and prop­erty. Quot­ing John D. Rock­e­feller, “…grate­ful and respon­sive rural folk” who pop­u­lated the coun­try at that time. When Dorothy asked Glenda the Good Witch of the North (rep­re­sent­ing hon­esty, good– faith and Chris­tian­ity), for help in get­ting back to Kansas, Glenda replied. “You don’t need to be helped. You’ve always had the power to go back to Kansas.” Just click your heels together three times (three days – Truth in Lend­ing) and say” I want to go home!” Trans­la­tion: you’ve always had the right and power to reclaim your sov­er­eignty, you just for­got or were never taught that you or the Amer­i­can peo­ple have such power. The Ore­gon Bill of Rights says the peo­ple have “all power”! Since the peo­ple are the true sov­er­eign power, then it is only nec­es­sary to wake from the dumbed-​down, drugged-​like effect the ‘Powers-​that-​Be’ have over you and the Amer­i­can peo­ple as to that power and posi­tion, and then exer­cise it. The actual reclaim­ing of your sov­er­eignty, the rem­edy in today’s bank­rupt com­mer­cial world is a process includ­ing a UCC-​1 Form to the Sec­re­tary of State [spe­cial elec­tronic fil­ing – not paper], and a Charge Back Invoice with Bill of Exchange to the Sec­re­tary of the Trea­sury US, wherein you can take com­mer­cial con­trol of your ‘Straw-​man (with a T.I.N. num­ber) and charge up your UCC Con­tract Trust Account so you can dis­charge the debt(s) of your debtor. Amer­i­cans have inti­mate, first hand knowl­edge of the heart­less mechan­ics of the laws of com­merce, reli­giously applied by the exam­ple of the unreg­is­tered for­eign agents of the Inter­nal Rev­enue Ser­vices. The IRS (account­ing firm and col­lec­tion agency for the pri­vate Fed­eral Reserve Bank) was con­sti­tuted under the UCC at its incep­tion in 1954 and has been oper­at­ing strictly in that realm ever since. And as a side note, how was the wicked Witch destroyed? By acci­dent, a bucket of ‘water’ (the true sub­stance of all things, good and healthy – sim­ple water [H2O] destroyed the ‘evil’ just like the ‘O’ in Ozone destroys virus and bac­te­ria (can­cer) did the oxy­gen in the water destroy the evil Witch. You may have won­dered what the mean­ing is behind the words in the title “The Wiz­ard of Oz”. Look them up in a dic­tio­nary. Like most every­thing else, it’s right there in the open for you to see if you will just look closely enough. One def­i­n­i­tion of “wiz­ard” is “ a very clever or skill­ful per­son”, “OZ” is an abbre­vi­a­tion of “onza”. O-​n-​z-​a the Ital­ian word for ounce or ounces: the unit of mea­sure­ment of gold, sil­ver and other pre­cious met­als. No mat­ter how large the quan­tity of gold or sil­ver being dis­cussed, the amount is always expressed in ounces. E.g. rather than “hun­dreds of tons” of gold, it’s “so many mil­lions of ounces” of gold. As attested by the fac­tual his­tory of this coun­try, the “Wiz­ard of Oz” was the Wiz­ard of Ounces. And who took the gold that backed the America’s money? Why the Bankers and the lawyers work­ing for the for­eign prin­ci­pals, the pri­vate fed­eral reserve (con­sti­tut­ing the 20 Class A Stock­hold­ers – being mostly pri­vate bankers!) all orches­trated and greased by POLITI­CIANS then and still today. Only because it is not the mind­set of politi­cians today to cor­rect the mat­ter and put full and absolute power over the con­trol, cre­ation, mint­ing and putting into cir­cu­la­tion ‘United States Money’ backed by gold (substance/​value!) What every­one has to under­stand is that as things are today, the com­mer­cial sys­tem as in place is bet­ter for every­one… just as long as every­one under­stands the ‘pro­gram!’ Maybe “The Wiz­ard of Oz” back then was the ‘intro­duc­tion to the pro­gram as to the mon­e­tary con­di­tion and changes in Amer­ica.’ It just appears that no one (gave full dis­clo­sure) to the Amer­i­can peo­ple not only of the change, but how to oper­ate in this new com­mer­cial world where all the real value was removed and all that was put in its place was com­mer­cial paper! Every­thing worked out for Dorothy, i.e. the Amer­i­can peo­ple. In the end “she made it home.” Mean­ing: there is rem­edy in law. It’s there, it was just encoded and dis­guised and cam­ou­flaged. For­tu­nately, the code has been cracked and there is a way home, just like in the movie. Like Dorothy said, “There’s no place like home.” and there isn’t. There’s noth­ing like sov­er­eignty for a sov­er­eign peo­ple! We have com­mer­cial rem­edy in the Admin­is­tra­tive Rem­edy Process. Will you con­tinue to be conned by the con­fi­dence men and believe the Wizard’s words com­ing out from that box of ‘smoke and mir­rors’ called the TV, or will you wise up like Dorothy did and “look behind the scenes” to rec­og­nize the scheme? Will you rise above the occa­sion and obtain the knowl­edge to become the Secured Party Cred­i­tor, pri­vate banker and Sov­er­eign to take your place among oth­ers who are above the gov­ern­ment, instead of being that ‘debtor-​slave on the plan­ta­tion’ liv­ing your life in debt and servi­tude? It’s your choice. Dorothy did it a long time ago, to show the Amer­i­can peo­ple (and maybe the chil­dren) the way, how to do it and that it can be done. “… Now go rent or buy the Movie and see it again for the first time with your eyes wide open!” For all intents and pur­poses, there are only debtors and cred­i­tors in Amer­ica, no LAW, only the LAW of con­tracts and agree­ments and com­mer­cial paper. “ … fol­low the yel­low brick road… fol­low the yel­low brick road…! Wiz­ard of Oz 2 The Wiz­ard of Oz was pro­duced as a motion pic­ture in 1939 by Metro-​Goldwyn-​Mayer. (Book by L. Frank Baum; Adap­tion by Noel Lan­g­ley; Screen­play by Flo­rence Ryer­son, Noel Lan­g­ley, and Edgar Allan Woolf; Lyrics by E. Y. Har­burg; Pro­duced by Mervyn LeRoy; Directed by Vic­tor Flem­ing.) Many peo­ple believe that The Wiz­ard of Oz was (and is) an alle­gory for the rad­i­cally new state of affairs that existed in Amer­ica in the 1930s, fol­low­ing the stock mar­ket crash and the bank­ruptcy of the United States Gov­ern­ment which occurred imme­di­ately there­after. For all extents and pur­poses, it can still be viewed as the cur­rent state of affairs, inas­much as the alle­gor­i­cal nature, the clues strewn through­out the story, are still rel­e­vant today. The authors of Redemp­tion in Law, The­ory and Prac­tice [BBC of Amer­ica, 2000] have, for exam­ple, pro­vided an inter­est­ing inter­pre­ta­tion of the story of The Wiz­ard of Oz, one which bears a con­sid­er­able amount of atten­tion being paid. Much of what fol­lows, comes from pages 180 to 185 of their book. The ini­tial set­ting of the story is, of course, Kansas, the geo­graph­i­cal cen­ter of the USA, and the sym­bol for the heart­land of Amer­ica. The tor­nado (twister) that arrives is all about the whirling con­fu­sion that existed after the stock mar­ket crash, the theft of the country’s gold, the US Bank­ruptcy, and the Great Depres­sion. The twister takes Dorothy and her dog, Toto, into a new, arti­fi­cial dimen­sion, above the solid ground of Kansas. Upon their arrival, Dorothy notes: “Toto, I have a feel­ing we’re not in Kansas any­more.” Right on, Dorothy. After the bank­ruptcy, Kansas was no longer “Kansas”, but now “KS”, an arti­fi­cial cor­po­rate venue of the bank­rupt US, a newly estab­lished “fed­eral ter­ri­tory”, and part of the “Fed­eral Zone”. Dorothy and Toto were “in this state”, which accord­ing to Redemp­tion in Law, implies they were for tax juris­dic­tion pur­poses in the “Dis­trict of Colum­bia” (aka “United States”) — whereas Kansas is not included in “this state”, “KS” is. One of the first enti­ties Dorothy met was the Scare­crow, who rep­re­sented the legal Straw Man which had been cre­ated as an arti­fi­cial aspect of the for­mer Amer­i­can sov­er­eigns. The legal term, Straw Man, describes a fic­ti­tious or arti­fi­cial per­son cre­ated by law at one’s birth via the inscrip­tion in all-​capital let­ters on the birth document/​certificate — the lat­ter being doc­u­ment of title and a nego­tiable instru­ment. It is allegedly by way of the Straw Man that the cred­i­tors of the US Bank­ruptcy can so effec­tively (and legally?) take for their own use the ben­e­fits of indi­vid­u­als’ labor, cre­ativ­ity, tal­ents, and pro­duc­tiv­ity. In the movie the Scare­crow, describes his straw-​man per­sona by not­ing: “Some peo­ple with­out brains do an awful lot of talk­ing. Of course, I’m not bright about doing things.” The Scare­crow then suc­cinctly describes him­self in the clas­sic song, “If I Only Had a Brain.” The lyrics include: “I’d unravel every rid­dle, For every ?indi­vid­dle,’ In trou­ble or in pain.” The trans­la­tion is that for every indi­vid­ual, who dis­cov­ers the exis­tence of his or her legal Straw Man, all polit­i­cal and legal mys­ter­ies, com­plex­i­ties, and con­fu­sions begin to be resolved. And once that same indi­vid­ual takes legal title to his or her Straw Man, he or she can pro­tect them­selves from legal trou­ble or legal dam­age. The Tin Man arrives next on the scene. I.e. the “T-​I-​N” (Tax­payer Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion Num­ber) Man is a hol­low man of metal, a “ves­sel” or “vehi­cle”, the newly cre­ated com­mer­cial code words for the Straw Man. Just as the Scarecrow/​Straw Man has no brain, the Tin Man has no heart. Both are “arti­fi­cial per­sons”. Nat­ural per­son are cre­ated by nature or God, while arti­fi­cial per­sons are cre­ated by human laws, for the pur­poses of society/​government (“bod­ies politic” or “cor­po­ra­tions”). One of the def­i­n­i­tions in Webster’s Dic­tio­nary is “coun­ter­feit”. Thus the Tin Man might also rep­re­sent the mechan­i­cal and heart­less aspect of com­merce and com­mer­cial law. As they are reputed to say in the Mafia: “Noth­ing per­sonal, it’s just busi­ness.” The Tin Man also car­ries an ax. Did you ever won­der about that? The ax is a tra­di­tional sym­bol for that which is above a King. In this case, com­mer­cial law, i.e. Cor­po­rate Rule is above the sov­er­eign! It’s not a nice con­no­ta­tion — any more than the “Axis Pow­ers” of World War II included Nazi Ger­many, Italy (a fas­cist state) and Japan; or the more recent “Axis of Evil”, coined by Pres­i­dent George Bush in 2002, but curi­ously not yet applied to Cheney, Ashcroft and him­self — the ABC’s of such. The Tin Man, express­ing relief after Dorothy had oiled his arm, said: “I’ve held that ax up for ages.” And per­haps he is still hav­ing to do so. For the sym­bol for fas­cism is the “fasces”, a bun­dle of rods with an ax bound up in the mid­dle, but with its blade pro­ject­ing. This fasces may be found on the Amer­i­can Mercury-​head Dime (the Roman deity Mer­cury was the God of Com­merce), and on the wall behind, and on each side of, the speaker’s podium in the US Sen­ate (each gold fasces being approx­i­mately six feet in height). At the base of the podium of the seal of the US Sen­ate are two crossed fasces. Hmmmm… Dorothy, the Scare­crow and Tin Man are soon joined by the Cow­ardly Lion. Known as the “king of the beasts”, it’s sur­pris­ing to find one so cow­ardly. It appears to rep­re­sent the once-​fearless Amer­i­can peo­ple who had lost their courage, the courage to denounce the US Bank­ruptcy, and inform its cred­i­tors that they were not the chat­tel that could be used as col­lat­eral for the mon­eys allegedly owed. Of course, deal­ing with the IRS tends to leave most of us in the cow­ardly state; but that is due in large part to the heart­less, brain­less actions of an orga­ni­za­tion oper­at­ing strictly under the laws of Com­merce. In order for Dorothy and the gang to find the Wiz­ard (the sup­posed answer to their prayers), they had to “fol­low the yel­low brick road.” In other words, fol­low the money — the trail of the gold taken from Amer­ica — and find who had absconded with it. It’s impor­tant to recall from the begin­ning of the movie, that the Wiz­ard was rep­re­sented by a trav­el­ing mys­tic, a “Pro­fes­sor Mar­vel,” whom Dorothy had first encoun­tered when she ran away with Toto. The Professor’s shin­gle claimed that he was “Acclaimed by the Crowned Heads of Europe, Past, Present, and Future.” That’s quite a claim — to include the future — but seems well jus­ti­fied in that the Wiz­ard is still acclaimed by the “crowned heads of Europe.” Before the Banksters looted Amer­ica, they had already dis­em­pow­ered the monar­chies of Europe and looted their king­doms. And with a human skull atop the perch above the door to his wagon, the Wiz­ard began to lec­ture Dorothy about the priests of Isis and Osiris and the days of Egypt’s pharaohs. Between 1916 and 1933, most of America’s gold was rounded up — aided by Pres­i­dent Franklin Roo­sevelt (whose phys­i­cal prob­lems may well have sym­bol­ized America’s “crip­pled state”). The gold went to The Fed­eral Reserve pri­vate Bank, and was shipped off by the Fed own­ers to Eng­land and Ger­many. This was accom­plished because of the fact Fed­eral Reserve Notes could be redeemed in gold, and their use car­ried an inter­est penalty that could also only be paid in gold. The US traded its gold for paper, while its pre­vi­ous cur­rency, United States Notes, car­ried no such inter­est require­ment. When the US Bank­ruptcy was declared in 1993, there was the added caveat that all Amer­i­cans were required to turn in all gold coins, gold bul­lion, and gold cer­tifi­cates by May 1 — Our hero­ine was Dorothy Gale. Did you know her last name? Or that a gale, with the impact of water as well as wind, is con­sid­ered poten­tially more pow­er­ful than a tor­nado? In any case, when she and her friends emerged from the for­est, they were elated to see the Emer­ald City only a short dis­tance away. The Wicked Witch of the West, des­per­ate for the ruby slip­pers that Dorothy was wear­ing, knew she had to make her move before Dorothy and the oth­ers were inside the walls of Emer­ald City. But what was so spe­cial about Dorothy’s slip­pers? Was the Wicked Witch an ear­lier ver­sion of Emelda Mar­cus? Or some­thing else? Obvi­ously, Dorothy’s red-​colored, ruby slip­pers were the same color as blood, as in flesh and blood, thus sym­bol­iz­ing a liv­ing, breath­ing man or woman — i.e. a non-​corporation, a nat­ural per­son. As such her slip­pers also sym­bol­ized “pri­vate” as opposed to “pub­lic”. (Even a Social InSe­cu­rity card uses a red ser­ial num­ber, sig­ni­fy­ing the private-​side account and its attach­ment to the public-​side.) It is likely the ruby slip­pers sym­bol­ized the blood in the veins of the Amer­i­can peo­ple — as opposed to “cit­i­zens of the United States”, where the blue and black ink on a birth cer­tifi­cate is the “cor­po­rate blood”. The Wicked Witch wanted the life blood of the liv­ing human beings — not just their Straw Men. Her tac­tic was to cover the coun­try­side with poppy flow­ers — i.e. the source of heroin, opium, and mor­phine — sym­bol­i­cally drug­ging Dorothy, et al into uncon­scious­ness, and then just step in and snatch the slip­pers. I.e. dull the senses of the Amer­i­can peo­ple and then slip in and swipe the gold. The drug­ging worked on Dorothy, the Lion and Toto, the flesh and blood friends, but did not effect the arti­fi­cial per­sons of the Scare­crow and Tin Man. The lat­ter two cried out for help, and the Good Witch of the North came to the res­cue with a blan­ket of snow to nul­lify the nar­cotic effect of the pop­pies on Dorothy, the Lion and Toto. [So, who’s the “Good Witch of the North”? Per­haps, that remains to be seen.] The iden­tity of the Wicked Witch of the West is pretty clear. Recall that her coun­ter­part in the first part of the film was “Almira Gulch”, who sup­pos­edly “owned half the county” (or per­haps half the coun­try). Miss Gulch had arrived at Dorothy’s farm with an “Order from the Sher­iff” (an Exec­u­tive Order from Pres­i­dent Roo­sevelt?) demand­ing that Toto be handed over, because allegedly he had bit­ten Miss Gulch. Despite Aunt Em’s asser­tion about Toto (“He’s really gen­tle, with gen­tle peo­ple, that is.”) Miss Gulch pressed her case say­ing that to with­hold Toto would be to “go against the law”. When Dorothy refused to sur­ren­der toto, Miss Gulch lashed out with, “If you don’t hand over that dog I’ll bring a damned suit that’ll take your whole farm!” 70% of the attor­neys in the world reside in the West — Amer­ica. 95% of all law­suits in the world are filed under US juris­dic­tion. The Wicked Witch of the West (Miss Gulch) was dressed in black, the choice of color for judges’ robes. Thus she rep­re­sents judges and attor­neys, essen­tially the Amer­i­can legal sys­tem (includ­ing the attorney-​run US Con­gress). These are the exe­cu­tion­ers and pri­mary hench­men for trans­fer­ring the wealth of Amer­ica from the peo­ple to the banksters. The “Bar” has a curi­ous his­tory. It rep­re­sents the body of attor­neys, coun­selors, judges and the mem­bers of the legal pro­fes­sion. It has been alleged that Black’s Law Dic­tio­nary, for exam­ple, is copy­righted British law and that the so-​called Amer­i­can Bar Asso­ci­a­tion is a branch or sub­set of the Bar Coun­cil (the sole bar asso­ci­a­tion in Eng­land and Wales). As the copy­righted prop­erty of a British com­pany, all state Codes in the US are com­mer­cial, pri­vate British-​owned law. Attor­neys may be even worse, if pos­si­ble, than we thought! Appar­ently, the Wicked Witch of the West is noth­ing more than an oper­a­tive of the “crowned heads of Europe” (who are owned by the Banksters), and des­per­ately wanted not only the pre­cious met­als of Amer­ica, but the life blood of America’s labor. Her coun­ter­part, of course, wanted to take Toto. The word, Toto, comes from the phrase, “in toto”, which accord­ing to Black’s Law Dic­tio­nary (the British “rule book”) is: “in the whole, com­pletely.” In other words, she wanted every­thing! Once Dorothy and the gang had encoun­tered the mighty Wiz­ard of Oz, they ini­tially fell for the illu­sion. But with Toto’s aid in pulling back the cur­tain, they quickly real­ized the Wiz­ard was noth­ing more than a con man. Even when he sup­pos­edly helped Scare­crow about get­ting a “brain”, he cited “the land of ?E Pluribus Unum,’”, which is Latin for “one out of many.” This phrase appears of the Amer­i­can One Dol­lar Bill, but might be thought of as “con­vert­ing the many into one”, i.e. estab­lish­ing a “New World Order”. The Wiz­ard was also sup­pos­edly amenable to tak­ing Dorothy back in his bal­loon, but ended up leav­ing her behind. For­tu­nately, the Good Witch of the North (Santa Claus?), stepped in to tell Dorothy, “You don’t need to be helped. You’ve always had the power to go back to Kansas.” All she had to do was to use her slip­pers! The con­tention is that every­one has the right and power to reclaim their Sov­er­eignty, but just for­got. The actual act of recla­ma­tion — the Rem­edy and Recourse, is telling the Banksters that you are no longer col­lat­eral, i.e. fil­ing with a Sec­re­tary of State. Because the IRS (Infer­nal Rev­enue Ser­vice) is an accoun­tancy firm and col­lec­tion agency for the pri­vate Fed­eral Reserve Bank, hav­ing been con­sti­tuted under the UCC at its incep­tion in 1954 (and oper­at­ing strictly in that realm ever since), fil­ing or not fil­ing income tax returns becomes an inter­est­ing study in itself. Just be sure to do your own research! The title of the movie also car­ries a mes­sage. A “wiz­ard”, of course, is “a very clever or skill­ful per­son.” “Oz” on the other hand is an abbre­vi­a­tion for “ounces”, which is always the unit of mea­sure­ment for gold, sil­ver, and other pre­cious met­als. Even for large quan­ti­ties of gold, etceteras, the amount is expressed in mil­lion ounces of gold, and not tons or pounds. In the end, Dorothy (i.e. the Amer­i­can peo­ple) and Toto made it home. There is, in fact, Rem­edy and Recourse in law. It’s there, dis­guised, cam­ou­flaged, encoded. (Why do you think States call their statu­tory laws, “codes” and not laws?) It’s a mat­ter of learn­ing the law. All of it. It’s the nec­es­sary con­di­tion for becom­ing sov­er­eign once again. Unless, of course, you’d pre­fer to con­tinue to be conned by the Banksters. The Wiz­ard of Oz is really a delight­ful movie. The fact that it sym­bol­izes one of the worst episodes in the world’s his­tory of the denial of free­dom or jus­tice, should not be con­strued to imply that the movie and story are not enter­tain­ing. In fact, once the sym­bolic nature is seen and under­stood, it is a sim­ple step to smile, take the next step to go beyond it, and go forth as if you knew where you were going. It’s all just part of The Fool’s Jour­ney, and the strange path we have each cho­sen to ful­fill our diverse and unique des­tinies. We always have that choice! It’s called Free Will. Mean­while, it is worth while recall­ing the sage advice of Lao Tzu (c. 600 B.C.E.) and more recently and suc­cinctly in our Oz anal­ogy, Frank Zappa (May 1977): “The more pro­hi­bi­tions there are, the poorer the peo­ple will be.” “The illu­sion of free­dom will con­tinue as long as it’s prof­itable to con­tinue the illu­sion. At the point where the illu­sion becomes too expen­sive to main­tain, they will just take down the scenery, they will pull back the cur­tains, they will move the tables and chairs out of the way, and you will see a brick wall at the back of the the­ater.” Wiz­ard of Oz 3 The set­ting was Kansas: Heart­land Amer­ica, and geo­graph­i­cal cen­ter of the USA. In comes the twister, the tor­nado. i.e. whirling confusion-​the stock mar­ket crash, theft of America’s gold, US bank­ruptcy, the Great Depression-​and whisks Dorothy and Toto up into a new, arti­fi­cial dimen­sion some­where above the solid ground of Kansas. When they finally land in Oz, Dorothy com­ments to her lit­tle com­pan­ion: “Toto, I have a feel­ing we’re not in Kansas any­more.” That’s right. After the bank­ruptcy, Kansas was no longer just plain old “Kansas”-it was now “KS,” arti­fi­cial cor­po­rate venue of the bank­rupt United States, newly estab­lished “fed­eral ter­ri­tory,” part of the “Fed­eral Zone,” and Dorothy and Toto were “in this state” (see “in this state”). In the 1930s, the all-​capital letters-​written (see all-​capital letters-​written) straw man (see straw man), newly cre­ated arti­fi­cial aspect of the for­mer Amer­i­can sov­er­eigns, had no brain-​and Amer­i­cans were too con­fused and dis­tracted by all the com­mo­tion to fig­ure out that they even had a straw man. The Scare­crow iden­ti­fied his straw-​man per­sona for Dorothy: “Some peo­ple with­out brains do an awful lot of talk­ing. Of course, I’m not bright about doing things.” And in his clas­sic song, “If I Only Had a Brain,” the Scarecrow/​Straw Man suc­cinctly augured: “I’d unravel every rid­dle, For every ‘indi­vid­dle,’ (see indi­vid­ual) In trou­ble or in pain?” Trans­la­tion: Once one dis­cov­ers that his straw man exists, all polit­i­cal and legal mys­ter­ies, com­plex­i­ties, and con­fu­sions are resolved-​and once one takes legal title to his straw man, he can pro­tect him­self from any legal trou­ble or legal dam­age. The Tin Man, or “T-l-N”-Taxpayer iden­ti­fi­ca­tion Number-​Man, was a hol­low man of metal, a “ves­sel,” or “vehi­cle” (see ves­sel, vehi­cle), newly cre­ated com­mer­cial code words for the straw man. Just like the Scarecrow/​Straw Man had no brain, this Tin Man ves­sel had no heart. Both were “arti­fi­cial per­sons” (see per­son). One of the def­i­n­i­tions of “tin” in Webster’s is “coun­ter­feit.” The Tin Man also rep­re­sented the mechan­i­cal and heart­less aspect of com­merce and com­mer­cial law. Just like they say in the Mafia: “Noth­ing personal-it’s just busi­ness.” The heart­less Tin Man also car­ried an ax, tra­di­tional sym­bol for God-i.e. mod­ern com­mer­cial law-​in most ear­lier, dom­i­nant civ­i­liza­tions, includ­ing fas­cist states. In the words of the Tin Man, express­ing relief after Dorothy had oiled his arm: “I’ve held that ax up for ages.” The word “ace” is ety­mo­log­i­cally related to the word “ax,” and in a deck of cards the only one above the King is the Ace, i.e. God. One of the “Axis” Pow­ers of World War II, Italy, was a fascist[5] state. The sym­bol for fas­cism is the “fasces,” a bun­dle of rods with an ax bound up in the mid­dle and its blade pro­ject­ing. The fasces may be found on the reverse of the Amer­i­can Mercury-​head Dime (the Roman deity Mer­cury was the God of Com­merce), and on the wall behind, and on each side of, the speaker’s podium in the US Sen­ate (each gold fasces is approx­i­mately six feet in height). At the base of the seal of the US Sen­ate are two crossed fasces. The Lion, “king of beasts,” or “king of the ani­mals” (some mem­bers of soci­ety regard you and your fam­ily and friends as noth­ing more than ani­mals, “cat­tle,” to be bred and birthed, herded and har­vested, and sold and slaugh­tered accord­ing to the whims of those who run the global plantation)-a den­i­gra­tion in itself-​representing the once-​fearless Amer­i­can peo­ple, had lost his courage. After your first round with the UCC-​constituted IRS “defend­ing” your T-​I-​N man dummy cor­po­ra­tion vessel/​vehicle, individual-​employee, pub­lic cor­po­ra­tion, all-​capital letters-​written juris­tic name, artificial-​person straw man, you prob­a­bly lost some of your courage too. You didn’t know it, but the IRS has been deal­ing with you strictly under the laws of Commerce-​and just like the Tin Man, Com­merce is heart­less. To find the Wiz­ard you had to “fol­low the yel­low brick road,” i.e. fol­low the trail of America’s stolen gold and you will find the thief who stole it. In the begin­ning of the movie the Wiz­ard was rep­re­sented by the trav­el­ing mys­tic, Pro­fes­sor Mar­vel,’ whom Dorothy encoun­tered when she ran away with Toto. His macabre shin­gle touted that he was “Acclaimed By The Crowned Heads of Europe, Past, Present, and Future.” Boy, that Pro­fes­sor Mar­vel must have been a reg­u­lar wiz­ard to be acclaimed by the future crowned heads of Europe-​before they were even crowned! Before the bankers stole Amer­ica, they had long since dis­em­pow­ered the Chris­t­ian monar­chies of Europe and looted their king­doms. Maybe this “Pro­fes­sor Mar­vel” fel­low knew some­thing about the future that other folks didn’t. With a human skull peer­ing down from its painted perch above the door inside his wagon, the good pro­fes­sor lec­tured Dorothy of the priests of Isis and Osiris and the days of the pharaohs of Egypt. When Dorothy Gale and her new friends emerged from the for­est they were elated to see Emer­ald City before them, only a short jaunt away. The Wicked Witch of the West, des­per­ate for the ruby slip­pers that Dorothy was wear­ing, would have to make her move before our heroes were inside the walls. A sig­nif­i­cant point here is that in the orig­i­nal book, The Won­der­ful Wiz­ard of Oz, pub­lished in 1900, (39 years ear­lier), the slip­pers were not ruby, or red, but sil­ver. At the time the book was writ­ten Amer­ica still had all its gold and sil­ver, and the value of one ounce of gold was set at 15 ounces of sil­ver, sil­ver being the more plen­ti­ful of the two met­als. Just as the sil­ver slip­pers car­ried Dorothy, America’s stock­pile of sil­ver, and gold, back­ing the cur­rency car­ried the coun­try to a posi­tion of pre­em­i­nence through­out the world at that time. But, as men­tioned, when the movie came out in 1939 the slip­pers were not sil­ver, but red. Between 1916 and 1933, most of America’s gold was rounded up by the pri­vate Fed­eral Reserve Bank and shipped off to Fed own­ers in Eng­land and Ger­many. The rea­son for this was that Fed­eral Reserve Notes could be redeemed in gold and the use of Fed­eral Reserve Notes car­ried an inter­est penalty that could only be paid in gold. We traded gold for (worth­less) paper with green ink on it, and our pre­vi­ous cur­rency, United States Notes, car­ried no such inter­est requirement-​but such was the bar­gain that came with the Fed­eral Reserve Notes. When bank­ruptcy was declared in 1933, Amer­i­cans were required to turn in all gold coin, gold bul­lion, and gold cer­tifi­cates by May 1st –May Day (the birth­day of Com­mu­nism in Bavaria in 1776, the birth­day of the IRS, and cel­e­brated world­wide as the “Inter­na­tional Work­ers Holiday”-a holy day to the Wiz­ard and his tribe). Talk­ing to peo­ple who were alive at that time, you may find out that the gen­eral sen­ti­ment toward such thiev­ery bor­dered on a sec­ond rev­o­lu­tion. Maybe it was just too much of a clue, or too much salt in the wound for Dorothy to be skip­ping down the “Yel­low Brick Road” in a pair of “sil­ver slip­pers” so, for what­ever rea­son, a color less likely to annoy or pro­voke was selected. With regard to the choice of “ruby,” or red-​colored, slip­pers: Red’s pri­mary sig­nif­i­cance, at least on doc­u­ments and the like, is that it is the color of blood, as in flesh-​and-​blood, and sym­bol­izes a liv­ing, breath­ing man or woman, i.e. non-​corporate/​artificial. It also sig­ni­fies “pri­vate,” as opposed to “pub­lic.” Your new Social Secu­rity Card has a red ser­ial num­ber on the reverse, likely sig­ni­fy­ing the private-​side account attached to your public-​side Social Secu­rity Account Num­ber prior to Redemp­tion. For postal employ­ees, red-​sticker Reg­is­tered Mail means “per­sonal account­abil­ity” (private)-all other mail car­ries “lim­ited lia­bil­ity” (pub­lic). It is likely that the ruby slip­pers sym­bol­ized the Amer­i­can peo­ple with blood in their veins-​as opposed to “cit­i­zen of the United States”-straw men with the coun­ter­feit “cor­po­rate blood” of blue/​black ink on a birth cer­tifi­cate. No mat­ter their color in the movie, the Wicked Witch of the West wanted those slip­pers at any cost and had to move fast before Dorothy and crew could make it to Emer­ald City. Her tac­tic was to cover the coun­try­side with poppy flow­ers, or “pop­pies” the source of heroin, opium, and mor­phine, sym­bol­i­cally drug­ging them into uncon­scious­ness, and then just waltz in and snatch the slip­pers. In other words, the best way to sub­ju­gate the Amer­i­can peo­ple and boost the goods was to dull their senses by get­ting them hooked on drugs (Note: LSD was cre­ated the same year, 1939, by Dr. Albert Hoff­man). The poppies/​drugs worked on Dorothy, the Lion and Toto, our flesh-​and-​blood friends, but had no effect on the Scare­crow or the Tin Man, the arti­fi­cial enti­ties. The two of them cried out for help and Glenda, the Good Witch of the North, answered their prayers with a blan­ket of snow-i.e. cocaine, a stim­u­lant– nul­li­fy­ing the nar­cotic effect of the poppies/​opium on Dorothy, the Lion and Toto. At this writ­ing, aside from mar­i­juana, the two most avail­able drugs on the streets of Amer­ica are heroin and cocaine in their var­i­ous forms. As they all scam­pered toward Emer­ald City, the city of green (Fed­eral Reserve Notes, the new fiat “money,” or “money by decree”), we heard the Munchkins singing on the glory of the Wizard’s cre­ation: “You’re out of the woods, You’re out of the dark, You’re out of the night, Step into the sun, step into the light, Keep straight ahead for, The most glo­ri­ous place on the face of the Earth or the stars!” The fore­go­ing jin­gle abounds with Illuminist-​Luciferian sym­bols and metaphors re dark­ness and light. The Wicked Witch of the West made her home in a round, medieval watch­tower, ancient sym­bol of the Knights Tem­plar of Freema­sonry, who are given to prac­tice witch­craft and also cred­ited as the orig­i­na­tors of mod­ern bank­ing, circa 1099 A.D. The Wicked Witch of the West was also dressed in black, the color sym­bol­iz­ing the planet Sat­urn, sacred icon of the Knights Tem­plar, and the color of choice of judges and priests for their robes. Who was the Wicked Witch of the West? Remem­ber, in the first part of the film her coun­ter­part was “Almira Gulch,” who, accord­ing to Aunt Em, “owned half the county.” Miss Gulch alleged that Dorothy’s dog, Toto, had bit­ten her. She came to the farm with an “Order from the Sher­iff” demand­ing that they sur­ren­der Toto to her cus­tody. Aunt Em was not imme­di­ately coop­er­a­tive, and answered Miss Gulch’s alle­ga­tions that Toto had bit­ten her: “He’s really gen­tle. With gen­tle peo­ple, that is.” Could “gen­tle” really mean “Gen­tile”? (see Gen­tile) When Miss Gulch defied them to with­hold Toto and “go against the law,” dear old Aunt Em was rel­e­gated to “push­ing the Party line” for Big Brother. She duti­fully suc­cumbed to the pres­sure and coun­seled Dorothy reluc­tantly: “We can’t go against the law, Dorothy. I’m afraid poor Toto will have to go.” When Dorothy refused to sur­ren­der Toto, Miss Gulch lashed out: “If you don’t hand over that dog I’ll bring a damned suit that’ll take your whole farm!” Today, 70% of all attor­neys in the world reside in the West-​America, to be exact– and 95% of all law­suits in the world are filed under US juris­dic­tion. The Wicked Witch of the West and Miss Gulch, my dear friends, rep­re­sent judges and attor­neys; i.e. the Amer­i­can legal sys­tem (includ­ing the attorney-​run US Con­gress), exe­cu­tioner and pri­mary hench­man for trans­fer­ring all wealth in America-​everything-​from the peo­ple over to the banks and the gov­ern­ment (see Note at bar). The Wicked Witch of the West wanted the sil­ver slippers-​the pre­cious metals-​and her coun­ter­part, Miss Gulch, wanted to take Toto. What does the word “toto” mean in “attor­ney lan­guage,” i.e. Latin? “Every­thing!” Dorothy and the gang fell for the Wizard’s illu­sion in the begin­ning, but soon wised up and dis­cov­ered the Wiz­ard for what he was: a con­fi­dence man. When asked about help­ing the Scarecrow/​Straw Man, among other bab­blings about “get­ting a brain” and “uni­ver­si­ties” the Wiz­ard also cited “the land of ‘E Pluribus Unum,’” which is Latin for “one out of many.” I.e. con­vert­ing the many into one = New World Order, or Novus Ordo Seclo­rum, a Latin phrase placed on the Amer­i­can One Dol­lar Bill shortly after the bank­ruptcy. He also proudly revealed/​confessed that he was: “Born and bred in the heart of the West­ern wilder­ness, an old Kansas man myself!” The bankers did pretty well in Europe, but as the Wiz­ard pointed out, they made a killing in the “West­ern wilder­ness,” i.e. Amer­ica, with the theft of Amer­i­can gold, labor, and prop­erty from the-​quoting John D. Rockefeller-“grateful and respon­sive rural folk” who pop­u­lated the coun­try at that time. When Dorothy asked Glenda, the Good Witch of the North (Santa Claus, Chris­tian­ity), for help in get­ting back to Kansas, Glenda replied: “You don’t need to be helped. You’ve always had the power to go back to Kansas.” Trans­la­tion: you’ve always had the right and power to reclaim your sov­er­eignty, you just for­got. The actual act of reclaim­ing your sovereignty-​remedy (see remedy)-a sim­ple UCC-​1 Form to the Sec­re­tary of State, and Invoice and Bill of Exchange to the Sec­re­tary of the Trea­sury, can be com­pleted from scratch in a few hours. Amer­ica and Amer­i­cans have inti­mate, first­hand knowl­edge of the heart­less mechan­ics of the laws of com­merce, reli­giously applied by the unreg­is­tered for­eign agents at the Inter­nal Rev­enue Service[6]. The IRS, accoun­tancy firm and col­lec­tion agency for the pri­vate Fed­eral Reserve Bank, was con­sti­tuted under the UCC at its incep­tion in 1954 and has been oper­at­ing strictly in that realm ever since. You may have won­dered what is the mean­ing behind the words in the title “The Wiz­ard of Oz.” Look them up in a dic­tio­nary. Like almost every­thing else, it’s right out there in the open for you to see if you will just look closely enough. One def­i­n­i­tion of “wiz­ard” is: “a very clever or skill­ful per­son.” “O-​z” is an abbre­vi­a­tion of “onza,” o-​n-​z-​a, the Ital­ian word for “ounce,” or “ounces,” the unit of mea­sure­ment of gold, sil­ver, and other pre­cious met­als. No mat­ter how large the quan­tity of gold or sil­ver being dis­cussed, the amount is always expressed in ounces. E.g. rather than “hun­dreds of tons” of gold, its “so many mil­lion ounces” of gold. As attested by the fac­tual his­tory of this coun­try: the “Wiz­ard of Oz” was the Wiz­ard of Ounces. Every­thing worked out for Dorothy, i.e. the Amer­i­can peo­ple, in the end and she “made it home.” Mean­ing: there is rem­edy in law (see rem­edy). It’s there-​it was just encoded and dis­guised and cam­ou­flaged. For­tu­nately, the code has been cracked, and there is a way home, just like in the movie. Like Dorothy said, “There’s no place like home”-and there isn’t! There’s noth­ing like sov­er­eignty for a sov­er­eign! (see Note at vice-​admiralty courts) We have com­mer­cial rem­edy in the Redemp­tion Process. Will you con­tinue to be conned by the con­fi­dence men and wor­ship the Wizard’s Light Show, or will you wise up like Dorothy did and “look behind the scenes”? Thanks goes to Rex for this arti­cle. Until next issue stay cool and remain low pro­file! If you read this care­fully you’ll NEVER EVER watch this movie again with­out see­ing and hear­ing the true mes­sage com­ing through — imag­ine writ­ing this movie way back in the 1930s KNOW­ING what you were writ­ing about and KNOW­ING the Amer­i­can peo­ple had NO idea the mes­sage you were por­tray­ing and would prob­a­bly remain igno­rant until it was com­pletely car­ried out — some will still never “get it.” THE WIZ­ARD OF OZ (oz — the appre­vi­a­tion for ounze) A TRIP BETWEEN THE CODED LINES Motion Pic­ture. 1939. Metro-​Goldwyn-​Mayer. Book by L. Frank Baum; Adap­ta­tion by Noel Lan­g­ley; Screen­play by Noel Lan­g­ley, Flo­rence Ryer­son, and Edgar Allan Woolf; Lyrics by E. Y. Har­burg; Pro­duced by Melvyn LeRoy; Directed by Vic­tor Fleming.

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