Recommended Books

This is an exciting time for Oklahomans, and there is a lot of knowledge to learn and apply. The following collection of books is intended as a recommendation for the most efficient reading schedule, prioritized from top to bottom. The journey starts with a broad layout of American history and how the fraud was accomplished, followed by the most urgent task of operating Common Law courts, and then followed by a more detailed investigation into the Common Law and how to live by it.

You Know Something is Wrong When….: An American Affidavit of Probable Cause by Anna Von Reitz

This book is suitable for a broad spectrum of audiences and is entertaining to boot. It offers the most thorough explanation of what has been going on in America for the last 160 years since the Civil War.

Another feature that sets this book apart is the affidavit in the back. If you are new to affidavits; in commerce (business between legal entities), truth is established “in the form of an affidavit” and an unrebutted affidavit “stands as truth in commerce.” The more you become familiar with this information, the more you will discover that all of the fraudulent activity has been in the Sea jurisdiction (as opposed to the Land jurisdiction). What Anna has done is to put all of the information in this book in the form of an affidavit, where it stands as truth in commerce because it has not been rebutted (by someone else’s affidavit of like kind, rebutting her affidavit, point by point). This affidavit was also recorded and published on the public record and served to the appropriate principals in that International Sea jurisdiction. In other words, Anna has used the book and the affidavit to tell the whole world about the fraud in two different jurisdictions – International Land and International Sea – and an affidavit cannot be ignored in the commercial world.

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A Brief Report For Those Trying to Understand the New World

Written in 2017, this is an excellent article consolidating 160 years of constructive trust fraud committed against Americans, the people of the Commonwealth nations and seventeen nations in Western Europe. Regarding the mention of Benjamin Fulford on page 6, bear in mind that since the writing of this article, he has interviewed Anna on a couple of occasions, and they have since aligned on several important subjects.

America: Some Assembly Required

Anna wrote this book with the busy executive in mind. Those of us with a lot of irons in the fire, who are looking for quick, succinct, chapters they can read and get the gist in 5 minutes.

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Disclosure 101: What You Need To Know

This is much of the same information covered in America: Some Assembly Required, but with greater technical detail. For those of us who enjoy getting into the particulars of a subject and want to know exactly how it all works, this is the book. For first time readers, it is recommended to read the questions section first, and then go back and read the public notices.

Blood Money

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For the Oklahoma Jural Assembly

Among the four pillars – General, Jural, International Business and Militia Assemblies – standing up our Jural Assembly and operating our common law courts is the most urgent task for the State Assembly. For that effort, the three books below are references endorsed by both the The Oklahoma Assembly and The Federation of States, as we reconstruct our Jural Assembly and begin to operate our Common Law courts.

The Jural Assembly Handbook by Anna Von Reitz

This is a collection of Anna’s articles, all on the subject of the Jural Assembly, compiled into a single document. Totaling 59 sections in all; each speaks to a different aspect of how to reconstruct a Jural Assembly and operate a Common Law Court. This is the “official” reference for everyone who is serving in the Jural Assembly.

Establishing the Reign of Natural Liberty: A Common Law Training Manual by Kevin Daniel Annett (2017)

Establishing the Reign of Natural Liberty has been endorsed by Anna several times, with the caveat that the author is not associated with The American State Assemblies. The reader will notice that while the first principles and fundamentals laid out in the book have a direct correlation with what people have been learning in the American State Assemblies, there are a few critical differences which need to be accounted for (below).

The first is that there is frequent mention of the term “democracy”, which could be misleading. Wherever the journey begins, whether it is a book or one of Anna’s articles, one of the first things we discover is that the unincorporated American government – The State Assemblies, associated together as the Federation of States doing business as The United States of America – is in fact: a republican form of government. That Federation of States hired an American governmental services contractor (1789), and that contractor then sub-contracted two more incorporated companies. And those two sub-contractors are operated like a democracy (in the commercial Sea jurisdiction). This realization is critical to properly understanding status, standing and jurisdiction. If you claim the status of State National operating on the unincorporated Land & Soil jurisdiction, then you are reserving your right (standing) to manage your own affairs, and then you have jurisdiction; which is to say, you have “the ability to speak to the issue at hand”, and that means operating a Common Law court. By contrast, if you say you are a citizen of a democracy, that implies that you are claiming a federally enfranchised political status such as “US Citizen” which does not have the “jurisdiction” to hold a Common Law court on the Land jurisdiction.

Going further into the meaning of the term “citizen”: In the unincorporated American State Assemblies, when someone corrects their status to American State National, their default political status is that of “State National”; one who lives and is “domiciled” on the National Soil jurisdiction. If that State National also has no contracts or allegiances to a foreign nation state or sovereign city-state (such as Washington D.C.) – in other words, they have a single allegiance to their nation state – and if they choose to accept the duties & obligations of serving in their republican form of government, then they are properly referred to as a State Citizen.

The difference is fundamental. If someone has grown up all their lives as a “US Citizen” or a “Citizen of the United States”, then they may believe that they still have the sovereign (unincorporated) authority to operate a Common Law court as a citizen of a democracy. But this is incorrect. The US Citizen status is a federally enfranchised status and is considered to be domiciled in the (foreign) sovereign city-state of Washington D.C. (commercial Sea jurisdiction). Therefore the US Citizen status is not domiciled on the Land jurisdiction, and therefore does not have the sovereign (unincorporated) authority to hold a Common Law court.

This is a lot of information to process; just remember that the principles and protocols in Establishing the Reign of Natural Liberty are fundamentally sound, and when combined with the proper status of State National and operated on the Land jurisdiction, Americans do have the sovereign (unincorporated) authority to hold a Common Law court.

Excellence of the Common Law by Brent Allen Winters

The Common Law by Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. (1991 edition)

The Common Law by Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. (Audiobook, 2017)


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Commentaries on American Law Volume 1 by James Kent (2012 Edition)

Sir William Blackstone and the Common Law by Robert Stacey (2008)

The heart of Blackstone; or, Principles of the common law by Nanette Baker Paul