Judge Anna von Reitz
Last night all Hell broke loose— but in a good sense. For many years people have sought to determine the source, meaning, and implications of the use of all capital letter naming conventions. Why should such a name as “JOHN HENRY DOE” exist? How is it different from “John Henry Doe”? Or “john henry doe” for that matter?
I have researched it and written memorandums on the results that show that the use of these different “stiles” were used in Ancient Roman Civil Law as a means of distinguishing between free men, bondservants, and slaves, with the “john henry doe” stile indicating a free man, and “John Henry Doe” indicating a bondservant, and “JOHN HENRY DOE” indicating a slave.
The implications of this ancient history taken together with the circumstance surrounding the end of the Civil War (with millions…
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