The rules of correct sentence structure are a closely guarded secret, which is why people get into deep water with the Courts and Legal system, according to DWM.

The best source for rules of correct sentence structure is DWM’s website and videos. These are Quantum Grammar Coach’s notes. Do you own research…

Jump here to the Syntax Key Code “Numbering System”, the Rules of Correct-Sentence-Structure-Communication-Parse-Syntax-Grammar, and using parts of speech.

By keeping people in ignorance, Governments and Courts can fleece the people, keeping you in bondage, with debts, banks loans, registration and licence fees, all by your own volition.

And ignorance of the law is no excuse, so by you not knowing about the rules of correct sentence structure, you continue entering in to contracts and sign documents that say nothing.

DWM claims that on 6 April 1988 he finally puts together all the pieces of a mathematical and grammatical puzzle to uncover this secret.

The secret of the rules of correct sentence structure all focus on the parts of speech and order of operations in math and language grammar. This, together with the fact that you make assumptions and presumptions every day, is the key to securing your freedom.

It’s very simple, says DWM. There are ten parts of speech, and around 12,000 words in the English language that most people commonly use.

In his over 90,000 hours of study, DWM creates a list of around 700 words for writing contracts and law suits that are water-tight and cannot create any source of argument or dispute.

Freedom and Rules of Correct Sentence Structure

By following these rules of correct sentence structure, you have power to stop and correct Government departments or agencies, or corporations who are seeking to take money or possessions by force.

DWM claims that without writing sentences using prepositional phrases, all Acts, Statutes, Codes, Rules and Regulations say nothing and have no factual basis. The reason for this is that every sentence contains adverbs, verbs, adjectives and pronouns, yet there are no facts or nouns.

Looking through any large dictionary, you will see that every letter of the alphabet is a noun. Every word, standing alone, is a noun.

When you follow the order of operations, and the rules of correct sentence structure, the positioning of words together changes their definitions. Parts of speech all follow rules.

Without International rules of grammar, there can be no international commerce, because all commerce begins with a contract. Every thing starts with a contract, whether it’s a verbal agreement, or something in writing.

For instance, you go to a coffee shop, and the waiter asks for your order. They make an offer, you accept, there’s an exchange, and that’s a contract.

Or you’re at home, and your child asks you to get a glass of water. There’s an offer, acceptance, and you hand over the glass of water, completing the contract.

In both situations, assumptions are made about the size of the container, the strength of the coffee, and temperature of the liquids.

Word Meanings In Correct Sentence Structure

Relationships of words in a sentence can change their meaning.

You can table a move, and you can move a table. The words, “Table” and “Move” don’t have the same meaning in both instances.

Table a move” can mean you’re sitting in a board meeting, and someone calls for a vote to move premises, so they “table” the idea of making a move.

Move a table” is perhaps a little more obvious, where you’re sitting in a café, and a friend joins you for a coffee, so you move one table closer to another table.

“The rabbit is ready to eat,” can mean the rabbit is hungry, and looking for some food. But that sentence can also mean dinner is ready and your host is announcing: “The rabbit is ready to eat!”

Now multiply the effect of such confusion in commercial contracts, and see how easy it is to create arguments that go in front of a judge and jury.

You think if lawyers are really acting in your best interest, they could write contracts avoiding such argument. Maybe they can, but they know there’s more money for them writing in adverb-verb, without using nouns or facts.

DWM tells a story about swapping “secrets” with a judge. Soon the judge lets it slip that all barristers, lawyers, attorneys and judges live by a “secret code” that states:

“No Law or Fact Shall Be Tried In Court”

And any barrister, lawyer, attorney or judge failing to follow this secret loses their licence to practice law.

Which leads us to parts of speech, and mathematical certification of grammar, proving there are no facts in any Acts, Statutes, Codes, Rules and Regulations.

Parts of Speech in a Sentence

DWM gives “values” to each of the ten parts of speech, and as you watch closely, you’ll see why.

1. The first one is the “ADVERB”; it modifies adverbs, verbs, adjectives and nouns. Next time you look at any legal sentence, write the number “1” (one) above every “THE”.

Then count the amount of the number “1” you find on one page.

Now if you’re thinking “table” is a noun, then you could be right, because it is an object, a thing. But with the adverb in front of it, the word “THE” modifies table to be a “verb”. Huh??

In law, if you change or modify something, then you’re adding your opinion, which is perjury. So the modification destroys the contract, meaning an adverb is a “no Contract” word.

2. The second of the parts of speech is “VERB”, which we give a value of “2” (two).

Your verb is what causes any action. And before you have any action, you first think about it. Since verb = action-thinking, in Correct Sentence Structure, there are only two verbs:
IS=SINGULAR,
ARE=PLURAL

So when a fact (Noun) changes (because of an adverb in front of it) into a verb, as in “the table”, with criminal volition, it’s a crime, because you create a “Gerund-Noun”, which means a “No – No”.

“No-Contract” Words In Sentence Structure

If your head’s spinning because this seems no[n]sense, while you think about classroom grammar lessons, you’ll love what comes next:

3. Third comes the “ADJECTIVE”, with a value of “3” (three). An adjective is also a modifier, because you use your opinion to describe, in this case, “the table”. If you say “The Red Table”, you’re deciding what colour the table is, where someone else may say the table is a magenta or crimson colour.

So again, when a fact (Noun) changes (because of an adjective in front of it) into a pronoun, as in “the red table”, with criminal volition, it’s a crime. Because you modify the state of the noun, it’s “colouring of the fact” which again breaks the contract. This means every time you introduce an adjective, you create a “No Contract” situation.

4. A Pronoun is an object, a place, or a person. “Table” is a pronoun. But let’s look at the word “pro-no-un”. “PRO” means “No” in any dictionary; “NO” means “No” in any language; and “UN” means “No.” So any word that’s a “pronoun” is a “No-No-No”, and is therefore not a fact.

As you apply the rules of correct sentence structure, you’ll now see how any legal [fiction] document contains no facts, only adverbs, verbs, adjectives and pronouns…

Because grammar rules say that any preposition, without an article or a noun becomes an adverb. And any article without a proposition or a noun, becomes an adverb.

Even though there’s 68 prepositions, and 38 articles in English Language, such as:

At, Am, Because, Before, By, Can, Come, Do, Does, From, He, Her, His, In, Just, Of, Over, It, She, Should, Some, Such, The, They, Their, Then, To, This, Those, Through, Under, etc. those same words can also be adverbs.

Prepositional Phrases In Correct Sentence Structure

So as DWM’s reading through huge volumes of dictionaries looking for the secrets to correct sentence structures, he remembers learning prepositional phrases as a child in an Amish Community school.

Because for a table to be a fact, it needs a position, and a location, otherwise it can be a verb, “table a motion,” in the example above.

5.“Position” or, if you like “Pre-position”, has the value of “5” (five).
The position gives the noun some terms, like the spelling, meaning, rules, and performance-methods.

6. For words commonly thought of as an “Article”, like “The”, or “A’, DWM uses the word “LODIAL”, with a value of 6 (six). The word LODIAL comes from LO=LOCATION, DI=ORIGINAL, AL=CONTRACT. Lodial means “Ownership from the beginning”, original-venue.

So when you have a [pre]position word, then an article word, you have a fact.

7. FACT [NOUN]= no-no, WITH A LINE OVER THE “OWN”=LODIAL

“For my table”, For = 5; my = 6; table = 7;

Now-Time Sentence Structure

You can never live in past time, only in the Now.

Time is always the present, and it is a gift, that we call “present”. Right now, you are reading this… you are not “right now” reading this “yesterday”.

Yesterday does not exist, and nor are you reading this tomorrow, because to-morrow is not here yet.

Since a valid contract must have full [dis]closure, any reference to something that may happen is purely “make-belief”, or “Fiction”. Right this exact second or minute, as you read this, nobody knows for sure what to-morrow will bring, or even if there will be a to-morrow. So how can we agree on an event that may never happen?

8.  PAST-TIME. Since past time comes before future time, “Past Time Tense” has the value of 8 (eight). Past time is not real, because it is not happening right this very second.

9. Future time comes after past time, so “Future Time” has the value of 9 (nine).

10. CONJUNCTION is the last of these parts of speech, has a value of zero (0), because it gives a choice. There are only two conjunctions, AND =COMMAND, DUTY; and OR=OPTION, CHOICE, EITHER.

5 – 6 – 7 Rules Correct Sentences

In math, to check the accuracy of a calculation, you read the equation start to finish, and then you start at the finish and work through to the front, as in

2 + 3 = 5    ||     5 – 3 = 2.

It’s with this logic that DWM opens the secret key to correct sentence structure, reading start to finish, and then finish to start, as in:

“For the bridge is OVER the river”, and “For the river is UNDER the bridge”, where OVER and UNDER are the opposite prepositions.

Here you have “position-article-noun – VERB (IS or ARE) – position-article-noun.”

Notice also, the sentence structure using the values above: 5-6-7 – 2 – 5–6-7 and taking the prepositional phrase (5-6-7) left to right is 5-6-7-2-5-6-7, and right to left is 5-6-7-2-5-6-7.

In both cases, the Now-Time claims are equal, and there are no adverbs, adjectives or pronouns mixing with the claim or causing any fraudulent parse syntax grammar.

With every sentence in DWM’s book, website, Contracts or Law suits, he follows the same pattern and rules of correct sentence structure, as follows:

FOR ……..   ………………. [5-6-7]
OF ……..   ………………. [5-6-7]

IS / ARE [2]

WITH ……..   ……………….[5-6-7]
OF ……..   ……………….[5-6-7]
WITH……..   ………………. [5-6-7]
OF ……..   ……………….[5-6-7]
WITH ……..   ……………….[5-6-7]
BY……..   ……………….. [5-6-7]

Frontwards: “For the positions in the now-Time-Tense with the same-plane ARE with the correct-positions-both-ways by an authority.”

And backwards: “For the authority of the correct-positions-both-ways ARE with the same-plane in the now-Time-Tense by the positions.”

Words not to use include “TO” and “From”, because you can never be charged in the future, and nor from the past beyond your birth-time.

DWM claims that when you apply this knowledge, you have power to stop and correct any Government departments, agencies, or corporations who are seeking to take money or possessions by force.

The best source to learn CSSCPSGP is by reading dwmlc.net, buying a copy of his book, and watching DWM videos.

With this technology you write contracts and law suits that are water-tight, stopping lawyers and judges in their tracks and admitting to their fraud. And there’s no wriggle room to create any source of argument or dispute, when you follow the correct order of operations and these rules of correct sentence structure.