Sunday, April 1, 2018

To President Trump and UN Inspector General on Easter Sunday 2018

By Anna Von Reitz

 April 1, 2018

President Donald J. Trump
c/o Office of the Chief of Protocol
2201 C Street NW, Room 1238
Washington, DC 20520

Office of the United Nations Inspector General
Attention: UNIG
CP 2500 1211 Geneva

Dear Sirs, 

My wife and I both come from the ancient race of the Coriosolites of Armorica, our homeland is in Northwestern France and our presence there was recorded by Julius Caesar prior to the Roman Conquest of England. Many artifacts and coins and records of our people still survive.  Our ancestors, the Kings--both Bors and Ban of Gaul and Benoic (Benwick)-- held large portions of both France and England for many generations--- it it because of these facts that William the Conqueror had a valid claim which Edward the Confessor recognized. 

That is the hidden history of the claim of William the Conqueror---hidden only because the British Government has hidden it in hopes of profiting themselves by chicanery and unjust enrichment then as now.  

We have been free sovereigns in our own right in England since 1087 A.D.   Our kinsmen wrote and enforced the Magna Carta a little more than a hundred years later.  

In 1609 we came to America and by 1630 our direct progenitors were here, building Boston.  It takes no great understanding of the world to grasp the fact that "America" is not a namesake of Amerigo Vespucci.  It is the namesake of our ancient homeland, Armorica.  

Nor does it take any sophistication to see the blazon of the Belle Chers  (anglicized to Belcher) firmly established as The Great Seal of The United States of America and The Great Seal of The United States.  

Take a look at those seals and comprehend what they mean. 

Instruction on Easter Sunday

Rev. Fr. Leonard Goffine's
The Church's Year

What is the festival of Easter?
Easter, in Latin Pascha, signifies passing over, and has the following historical origin: Under Pharao, King of Egypt, the Jews in that country groaned under intolerable bondage. God had mercy on His people, and the hour of deliverance came. By His com­mand the first-born of all the Egyptians was killed by an angel. The Jews had been ordered by God to be ready for emigration, but first to kill a lamb, eat it in their houses in common, and sprinkle the door­posts with its blood. And the angel of death, by order of God, passed the doors sprinkled with the blood of the lamb, and did no harm to any child of the Israelites, whilst he slew all the first-born sons of the Egyptians. In grateful memory of this passing their doors, the Jews observed the festival of Easter, the Pasch, or Passover. After the death of Jesus, the apostles introduced the same festival into the Church in grateful remembrance of the day on which Jesus, the true Easter Lamb, took away our sins by His blood, freed us from the angel of eternal death, and passed us over to the freedom of the children of God.
Where, during this time, was Christ's holy soul?
In Limbo, that is, the place where the souls of the just who died before Christ, and were yet in original sin, were awaiting their redemption.
What have we to expect from the resurrection of Christ?