Ecclesiastical Deed Poll


An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is a valid form of Deed Poll, whereby a True Man or Woman first expresses, affirms and conveys certain rights to another party who is then lawfully bound upon proof of receipt.

The word “Poll” comes from the Latin pollex meaning ‘thumb’.

An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll owes its name both as a formal and valid form of Deed defined by Astrum Iuris Divini Canonum in accordance with the sacred covenant Pactum De Singularis Caelum and the right of a man or woman to evoke their Divine Rights as a Divine Immortal Spirit to proclaim those rights bestowed to them upon being born.

A valid Deed by definition requires validation from either its form or seal by an officer possessing some kind of ecclesiastical authority. This is because all Property is ultimately derived from the Divine and therefore any conveyance of property must be verified as valid.

Unlike Papal Bulls and other forms of religious deeds claiming property conveyance, an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is the highest form of deed and agreement and circumscribed sacred instrument because upon its seal in blood it represents a command by the Divine Creator to a servant of the Roman Cult, its agents or Venetian/Khazarian slavers to honour the most fundamental elements of trust law, property law and contract law.

An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is permitted to be issued when a man or woman seeks to be free of the Roman slavery system by serving the Registrar of Vital Statistics also known in many jurisdictions as Births, Deaths and Marriages.

Only a True Man or Woman may issue an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll. By definition, an inferior Roman Person has no authority to issue an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll.

A valid Ecclesiastical Deed Poll must always be sealed in the blood of the Trustee of the True Trust issuing it by using their thumbprint with the blood signature covered by clear plastic or tape. This is done to protect it from sunlight exposure, to prevent anyone taking a sample, and to ensure that you are not held liable for posting a potentially contagious bio-waste.

The blood of the Trustee of the True Trust and the content of the Ecclesiastical Deed Poll prove the fraud and error of the continued existence of any Cestui Que (Vie) Trust in assuming the body is “dead”.

The infusing of the blood of the Trustee onto the paper breathes life into the paper, creating an instrument superior in standing than even an inferior Roman Papal Bull.

The use of blood in this manner perfects an unbreakable seal of an unbreakable deed and contract. Therefore, any inferior Roman court that usurps it openly admits that contract law under inferior Roman law no longer exists.

Therefore, if the document is dishonoured, then all documents ever issued by any society under Roman law must also by definition be null and void.

The term Per Curiam Divina is always included to make clear to the inferior Roman Person the absolute authority of the instrument.

While a True Man or Woman issues an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll, it is ultimately a Divine Notice of Protest and Dishonour from the Divine Creator. Therefore, the dishonour of an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is the most grievous injury of the law and blasphemy to all believed to be Divine.

When an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is dishonoured by a representative of Roman law, Sharia law or Talmudic law, it is public notice by all officials of those religions and systems that they do not believe in the Divine and that all their law is by definition null and void.

When a Roman slave under inferior Roman law repudiates a valid Ecclesiastical Deed Poll then by definition all acts are undertaken with the assumed authority of Sacred Rota by any registrar, keeper of rolls, clerk, protonotary, prothonotary, plenipotentiary or minister are null and void, including and not limited to any warrants, summons, orders, or decrees.

There are two main circumstances when a man or woman may choose to issue an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll:

(1) When they are ready to stop acting as a slave and serve the Executors and Administrators Care of the Registrar of Vital Statistics of the state/province in which they were born; or

(2) To the Executors and Administrators Care of the Clerk of Courts if facing a serious legal matter.

The preferred party to serve should always be Vital Statistics (also frequently known as Births, Deaths and Marriages) as issuing an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll on a court can often result in dishonour purely on claims subject matter relevance, lack of knowledge, confusion and dishonour by using such a valuable and sacred instrument for petty issues.

The reason a man or woman serves the Executors and Administrators Care of the Registrar of Vital Statistics is that this is where the administration of the Cestui Que Vie Trusts is normally managed via the rolls and registers, even though at least one Cestui Que Vie Trust is also managed by the central bank of the nation.

It may be used when facing a serious legal matter. However, extreme caution should be used in trying to add Ecclesiastical Deed Polls into legal matters relating to foreclosures, custody and family court issues, large debt recovery, parking and traffic violations and civil disputes.

In matters of foreclosures, the issuing of an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll can have a negative effect by simply diverting from the matters of law pertaining to the fraud of the bank/mortgage lender. It is far better to undertake the EDP process separately and in parallel through Vital Statistics.

The same applies to such matters as custody and family court issues, large debt recovery as such matters while serious, can only be diverted and distracted within the court by introducing the EDP, when such action is better served through serving the department in charge of Vital Statistics.

In minor matters such as parking and traffic violations and minor civil disputes, the deliberate issuing of an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is an insult to the Divine and such a sacred and valuable document and may be construed as both an incompetent and extremely disrespectful act towards all law which may backfire on the sender, because of gross disrespect.

It is an important point to make that the purpose of the Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is not to abrogate the responsibilities and obligations of a man or woman, but to address the corrupt manner by which unfair obligations are imposed, how the law is perverted and the fraud in denying men and woman property granted to them by the Divine when they were born.

If you have accrued debts, you are still expected to handle them properly and seek some remedy in an honourable fashion. If you have committed a serious violent or sexual offence, then these are issues you must face and if you have indeed committed such acts, then it is up to you to stand up and accept responsibility.

Each man and woman must decide very carefully before they evoke the name of the Divine and use such an important and sacred instrument are they seeking remedy for unjust and corrupt behaviour or trying to avoid their responsibilities.

Competency is about taking responsibility.

Important Information About How To Use An EDP

How To Use An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll

No date or time is permitted to be written onto an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll as it is issued from the Divine from the beginning.      

No signature on an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is permitted by the True Man or Woman as a signature is a sign of a Roman slave. Furthermore, the definition of “poll” in the context of a “deed poll means thumbprint. If a signature is included by the True Man or Woman by mistake, it shall have no material effect.  

No registration sticker or mark is permitted to be pasted onto the Ecclesiastical Deed Poll as proof of delivery is sufficient for the Deed to be validly executed.         

No bolding or underlining of words is permitted, nor the editing of words.                

An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is always printed on Robin Egg blue paper also described as sky blue, pastel blue and turquoise blue. The Hex value = #99CCFF, HSB = 210,40,100 and the RGB = 153,204,255 respectively.           

The purpose of the colour is its symbolism to Ecclesiastical authority derived from the Roman Cult and its masters. It is why the colour has a long history of being used as the basis of warrants of arrest and summons notices by denoting the ecclesiastical authority to compel (force) people to attend, rather than a request. Therefore, as you are granted Divine Authority to protest and reclaim what was granted to you by the Divine Creator when you were borne, the light blue colour is used for all Ecclesiastical Deeds.       

The size of paper used for Ecclesiastical Deeds largely depends upon the standard types of paper used in your location and what is reasonably available. In Europe, Australia and other countries, the standard size paper are A4. In the United States, it is US Letter and US Legal.       

The size of the paper does not matter so long it is of sufficient size to make the writing legible and to match the birth certificate or court document when it is glued on the back.     

An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is primarily different from a standard Deed Poll in that a True Man or Woman evokes their Divine Rights conveyed on Robin-egg blue paper and sealed by a thumbprint in blood to a Roman Person who has sought to usurp or abrogate these rights such as the Registrar of Vital Statistics that administers the (Lawful Slave) Rolls, also known as Register from which the Cestui Que Vie Trust are born.          

An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll must always be on standard-sized(Legal/A4) robin-egg blue paper and glued strongly to the reverse (back) of a certified copy of a birth certificate, preferably in long-form, or if not possible to obtain, then in standard (short) form.        

Ink Colour

99.9% of documents that flow the courts and administration of government are physically dead, devoid of life. The colour black traditionally is associated with death and in particular with the work of the Galli, the judges who ignorantly wear the cloaks of the reapers of souls, without knowing its history.      

The colour of the ink is immaterial, remembering that the colour black has no material impact in affecting a document actually brought to life by infusing the paper with the living blood and flesh of the sender. However, if a man or woman was so inclined to change the colour of the ink, then the colour crimson red is permissible.

Ecclesiastical Deeds are unique documents in that they have been given the breath of physical and spiritual life through the intentional seal of a thumbprint in blood from a being evoking their Divine Rights. This makes an Ecclesiastical Deed technically more powerful than a Papal Bull, which is why its dishonour by ignorant and arrogant members of the Bar and law enforcement, the very worst act of supreme dishonour possible.

What case (proper/upper/lower) should my name be in on Ecclesiastical Deeds?

In the modern Roman system, UPPER CASE denotes a corporate name. However, as you are issuing a Deed as a Trustee, then the rules of case have no material impact on strengthening or weakening the issue of the deed. Therefore, if you issued a deed with your name in all lower case, or proper case or upper case, it would not necessarily weaken its effect.

However, we like to follow a system for all our document filings and therefore follow the rules of case;

  • lower case text is used to define objects (all lower case)
  • Proper Case to defined officials and offices (Upper and Lower Case)
  • UPPERCASE defines trust corpus as well as trusts (ALL CAPITAL LETTERS)

Why don’t we put the name of the Official on an Ecclesiastical Deed, only their title?

The concept of “notice to agent is notice to principal” only functions when the notice is given to an office rather than the actual name of the flesh and blood official assuming the office. This, unfortunately, is a mistake that several people make.  

Therefore, to ensure that all agents are enjoined to the matter, the office only and not the actual name of the official is used when addressing Ecclesiastical Deeds.            

Frequently Asked Questions

Why does an EDP have any Power or Authority?

An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll derives its power from two sources- the Divine and secondly the Man or Woman willing to stand as a competent living being and assert what is rightfully theirs. When these two forces are combined in a sacred deed, no force in Heaven or on Earth may lawfully defy its validity.

When an official of the Roman Cult, its agents or the Venetian/Khazarian parasites dishonour such a supremely sacred instrument, they openly, deliberately and willingly dishonour their own laws.

The greatest power of an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is therefore when it is deliberately dishonoured by incompetent officials such as judges, clerks, prosecutors and their agents.

Why would any court/judge bother with an EDP?

When a judge possesses at least a minimal competence of their own laws, let alone the principles of law, then such an official must know that an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll establishing the competent living status of a man or woman cannot be taken lightly.

In such circumstances, a judge or clerk must think carefully as to whether they are willing to gamble their career, their work and any possible future in openly defying such a sacred and supreme document above all others issued, or recognise its superior status and act in accordance with their fiduciary duties.

As news of judges, clerks, prosecutors, sheriffs and other officials losing their jobs on account of their gross incompetence in handling Ecclesiastical Deed Polls extends across the world, it is expected that more and more courts and judges will begin to treat such valid instruments issued in legitimate terms and will be honoured.

Can I send an EDP on its own?

No. An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll must be attached by strong bonding glue to the reverse of a document issued by a court, banking, corporate or judicial official.

Can I send and EDP on the back of my own documents?

Generally not. Unless you have prepared an instrument that will otherwise be recognised by a court, the sending of an EDP on the back of another document of your own means the presentment may entirely be ignored purely on the presumption that the Roman system may claim your front document has no standing.

Can I change the words of the EDP to suit my style?

Any man or woman who chooses to use or modify instruments presented is personally liable for any failure. You agree to indemnify us from any kind of alleged negative result derived from using the tools provided.

How can an EDP be Ecclesiastical if the sender is not a priest?

 The Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is considered ecclesiastical for three reasons:

(1) The deed is defined in form by the most sacred canons of Divine Canon Law known as Astrum Iuris Divini Canonum; and,

(2) The deed is evoked by the Divine Immortal Spirit and,

(3) The flesh is pronounced “circumscribed” therefore sacred and so permits a blood seal to be placed on such a sacred instrument.      

What does circumscribed mean?     

Circumscribed means that a boundary is drawn literally and figuratively around an object defining within the boundary a sacred space, known as a sanctuary, but also chamber, chapel and office. All sacred objects are by definition circumscribed. By definition, one who holds sacred office is one who is permitted to perform within some defined sacred space, also known as a chamber, a chapel and office. By pronouncing that an object is circumscribed, particularly in the act of sanctifying an object is classic and historic proof that an object is therefore circumscribed.     

One who crosses a circumscribed boundary without permission or ecclesiastical rights is therefore out of bounds and has committed the gravest of sins of deep principles underpinning the Roman Cult, also known as the Vatican as well as the Venetian and Jesuit models of sacred objects and sacred spaces.      

A judge, clerk or prosecutor that is in ecclesiastical dishonour is not permitted to enter a circumscribed space such as a court, a judges chamber or a clerk’s chapel. If they do so, then they are in fundamental breach of the rules and orders of the Temple Bar, upon which the whole system of the Inns of Court and Freemasonry are based. 

If someone is in prison, how do they issue an EDP?

If someone has been put into prison, then, unfortunately, the system has already made money from their incarceration by selling the prison bond – a publicly known and provable fact – albeit rarely publicised because it contravenes all known laws of slavery.

What this means is that the system is not going to recognise that man or woman has any rights, nor has done anything than signed and agreed to be in prison as the executor – the one who signed the order entering prison and therefore entered a contract.

Instead, a blood relative that establishes an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll can perfect a superior standing as a Trustee of a Foreign Trust Entity holding Real Property that then possesses higher property rights over the property of their same blood than the state holding them, by evoking Habeas Corpus in its most ancient form.

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