Here’s the story about tricks & traps in court, how and why  judge rules that “3 + 3 = 7“… and so you lose. As you keep reading you’ll discover how Three plus Three equals Seven, and five key lessons to avoid tricks & traps used in courts

It comes from a segment in the (roughly) sixteen hours of video f.reely available online, filmed at a seminar given by DWM at Australia’s Gold Coast, in 2010.

Quantum Grammar Coach’s notes on this page are taken from reading DWMLC.NET and watching DWM videos. Do you own research.

The story begins with one of DWM’s clients, a professor of mathematics, filing a lawsuit against the State, with a “Motion that 3 + 3 = 6.” It’s not clear what motivated the action…

Here’s a typical case of tricks & traps in court by the District Attorney. As a counter-claim, the District Attorney files a lawsuit with the “Motion that 3 + 3 = 7”, and a Motion for a Hearing to “Dismiss the Motion that 3 + 3 = 6”.

So DWM’s client, this math professor, states his case before the judge… for about seven hours…

He’s put forward all these ideologies, facts and statistics, equations and mathematical models to support the motion that “3 + 3 = 6”, and proving that Three Plus Three does NOT equal Seven.

At the end of the day, the judge makes his ruling, showing more tricks & traps in court…

“Okay,” says the judge, turning to the math professor:
“…the motion that “3 + 3 = 6” … you lose!”

“… and,” turning to the District Attorney… “The motion that “3 + 3 = 7” … you win!

Tricks & Traps In Motion

So the client, the professor of mathematics, takes his case to the Court of APPEALS, to sue the judge for LYING.

[Remember that any word that starts with a Vowel + Two Consonants = “No Contract”APP-eal = No Contract]

So the new judge, using more tricks & traps in court, says,

“We’ll forgive the (previous) judge for ruling “3 + 3 = 7” but will support the fact that the only reason you came to Court is due to the motion to dismiss that “3 + 3 = 6”.

“And I uphold that decision”.

= = = = =

How Can 3 + 3 = 7?

Now, here’s where it gets interesting, and there’s a few lessons for those that have eyes to see, and ears to hear.

Remember the “secret” judge’s motto (unwritten law) that says

“No Law or Fact Shall be Tried in Court”

Since Judges swear an oath not to give legal advice – they are only there to adjudicate – this means they will let both sides have a say (more tricks & traps in court), and then the judge will decide which side has won.

And in this case, that is exactly what both of the judges do, because it’s all “legal fiction.”

The first judge says “This is a Motion Hearing to dismiss “3 + 3 = 6”.

“And because you don’t file a Motion Hearing to prove that “3 + 3 = 6”…

“In your Motion Hearing you’re proving that “3 + 3 DOES NOT EQUAL 7”.

“Since there is no opposition to the Motion to Dismiss “3 + 3 = 6”, then I have to dismiss that Motion.”

[By the way, that Hearing ONLY applies to those people in That Place at That Time.]
= = = = = = = = =

The Contract on the paper is a Motion to Dismiss “3 + 3 = 6”.

So the Judge has no option but to grant the Motion, because there’s no opposition to the Motion in writing.

The oral arguments of the professor of mathematics are not WRITTEN Contracts or WRITTEN Constitutions.

And “No Law or Fact Shall be Tried in Court.”

Tricks & Traps of Subject Matter Arguments

The client then challenges the judge, who says: “that’s your opinion”.

And the Contract is upheld at the first Court Hearing, and at the Appeal Court.

This is where MOST people miss the point.

They get caught up, like the math professor, in tricks & traps of Subject Matter Arguments. Spending hours and hours researching case histories, ploughing through mountains of Acts, Statutes, Codes, Rules and Regulations…

While looking for loopholes and counter arguments.

Failing to focus on the most important issue.

The ONLY REASON they are in Court, is to Dismiss the Motion that “3 + 3 = 6”

That’s ALL.

Not to prove it equals anything else.

Everybody in the Court room is there because of an application to Dismiss the Motion that “3 + 3 = 6”.

And the professor of mathematics MISSES that point.

And has to pay all Court Costs (roughly $1500).

To PROVE that “Right” is WRONG.

It’s all a Play on Words.

Five Key Lesson To Avoid Tricks & Traps

1. Always read the documentation. From start to finish.
Without making any Assumptions or Presumptions.

2. Ask yourself what is the SINGLE ISSUE at stake.
What’s it all about, in a nutshell.

3. What’s the ONE THING that you can do to make it all go away?
In this case the District Attorney files a lawsuit with the claim that
“3 + 3 = 7”, and a motion for a Hearing to dismiss the motion that “3 + 3 = 6”.

Why? It’s a distraction. To take the eye off the ball.

4. Always read the documentation. From start to finish.
Without making any Assumptions or Presumptions.
After filing the motion, it appears the Mathematics Professor misses the point of the counter-claim that the District Attorney files, too busy focusing on the mathematics.

5. Any Law Rule Regulation or Code that anybody wants to quote to you – you Sue the prosecutor to join him/her to make sure you get prosecuted in the correct Parse Syntax Grammar For the Voidance of Perjury

= = = = = =

[The following extract is taken from DWM’s lecture feature in “War Castles ~3” the fourth part of a documentary series chronicling the events involving RJG and DWM’s rescue of the free world]

When you go into a courtroom, you’re in a multi plane area.

Level Playing Fields

Now any level playing field of legal sports, whether it be in the Olympics or whatever the tournament may be…

Whether it’s a game of football, soccer, baseball, tennis, ping-pong, it doesn’t matter what your game is, basketball, baseball, … you always have a level playing field in sports, because of the contest between individuals skill sets.

But when you walk into a court room full of tricks & traps, you have five different planes that exist to break up the continuance of evidence within that courtroom.

So what happens here is, the judge puts himself on plane number one, which is higher than anyone else in the courtroom.

And the judge says… well if you look under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 44.1, it says that the judge is a Foreign entity sitting in a Foreign jurisdiction and all human beings that come in to the courtroom are foreign people or foreign vessels.

Four Different Concepts

And they babble, because of the communication skills that they speak in is Adverb- Verb, or Adverb-Adjective-Pronoun, Pronoun-Adverb-Verb, and Pronoun-Adverb-Adjective-Pronoun.

Those are four different concepts.

Also they have a concept of adverb-verb-adverb-verb-adverb and they don’t use any adjectives or any pronouns.

Using these tricks & traps, the judge sets himself up on his independent plane. Then they ask the witness to come up and stand inside a box. A witness box is an area where the witness cannot be heard or seen and cannot present evidence.

The jury is plane number three. A jury JU means Out-law or No-law, and RY means CONTRACT. That’s called PARSE.

Because the jury, in the laws of the United States of America, Canada, Australia, and many other nations, require a 12 man jury.

Well one little difference is, you have the jury box, but there’s two different planes.

Six people sit here, and six people sit there.

So you have two Petite juries of six and six, which is not a 12-man jury.

And they put it in a box…

If you look up the word “JURY BOX” in Black’s Law Dictionary, it says: “an area where people cannot see witnesses or hear evidence”.

So again we’re dealing with tricks and traps in courts.

The Clerk of the Court is the individual that files evidence, puts stamps on documents, signs her name or his name across the stamp, as the Postmaster, the Banker and the Clerk of the court.

So who is the judge?

Well, when you look at the definition of a judge in the dictionary, it says, see bankers. And see postmasters.

And when you look at Postmasters, that says, “see judges and bankers”.

So who runs the court?

More tricks & traps in court, because it’s the Clerk of the Court  whoruns the court. And the actor sits on up on the stage of the highest position.

Think about when you go into a theatre… there’s normally tiered seating, with the rows getting higher and higher above the base floor level, so you can look over the heads of the people in front, and see the stage.

And the stage is at a higher level as well.

Then an actor stands on the stage, because the actor is on a Contract.

But the continuance of evidence between the actor and the people sitting in different levels of the theatre is broken so that there is no insult between what is acting and what is viewing.

Now the actor, ACT is a vowel and two consonants which means NO CONTRACT.

So there’s no continuance of evidence between the actor and the audience.

The same thing in the courtroom.

There’s no continuance of evidence between the actor and what is going on in the courtroom.

Now all the grammar that is used in the courtroom between the attorneys, the lawyers, the judge, are all fictitiously conveyed.

Fact Or Fiction?

Because in the world of fiction, as we’ve just seen, three plus three equals all numbers in the universe in the world of fiction except six.

In the world of the Fact, 3 + 3 = 6
and there can be no other conclusion to that statement.

But if you say 2 + 2 = 4
TO plus TOO equals FOR.
TWO plus TO equals FORE.

“Did you hear what I said, what I meant,
when I said what I said, what I meant what I said?”

The point being made is that if you get into an oral argument, the terminology of your definitions are lost in the translation of sound.

Therefore Pharaoh in 4700 BC, said “ So it is written, so it shall be done.”

The reason for that is you have to write the facts down and use the Correct-Sentence-Structure-Communication-Parse-Syntax-Grammar.

Otherwise the information or the formation of what you are saying to another individual will not be accepted. You have to be correct.

When you went to school they didn’t teach you to read and write above a 2nd grade reading level. The first thing the teacher taught you when you’re an 8- 9 years old never start a sentence with a preposition.

So you can never create a fact.

You can have 99 prepositional phrases in a row and put one adverb-verb in there, and that adverb-verb represents the number zero.

Since any number no matter how large it is, multiplied times zero equals zero.

And any number divided by zero equals zero, no matter how big it is.

So what they did here is they threw in adverbs that modified the sentence and created a lie.

In the world of infinite lies

They have the whole world to lie…

And they can only be correct once with
three plus three equals six (3 + 3 = 6)

Pandora’s Box

In the world of lying they have an infinity of the ability to be wrong to teach us how not to read and write to be wrong… and what is not, was Pandora’s box.

You open Pandora and you release all the evils in the world.

And DWM did just that…

The Pandora’s box is the mathematical interface on grammar

showing that man never goes to war over a math problem in the history of this planet.

With syntax you can show people what is Wrong and Right. If you have a FICTION CONTRACT that you can syntax and certify to show all the tricks & traps in court, and this is the answer.

Now do you see why this technology has power at the highest levels of Government all around the world? Once you learn it, you have the power to stop and correct any-one try-ing to manipulate you.

The Bible says: “Know the truth, and the truth will set you free”, but TRUTH is an Opinion.

It’s “Correct-ness” that sets you free, not “Truth”.

When you can correct Syntax, you own your freedom.

Now-Time, to-day is the day to make a radical change in your thinking, and in your life. Now you have knowledge of tricks & traps in courts, to-day is the best time to learn how to overcome a messy situation that you’re looking to fix.

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

So send a quick HELP message, and we’ll get back to you faster than cutting through frozen butter with a really hot knife.