Judicial Proclamation

A Civic Demonstration of Your Rights!

There are a number of issues facing the Moorish Nation that require Moors to recognize their responsibility to not only have a consciousness of their Nationality and Birthrights but to act upon their Natural and National interest of their current state and Estates. Prior to making Judicial claims of authority over ones estate all fraudulent and unilateral contracts presumed to be Law or in the form of Lawful presentments, MUST BE REBUTTED. The honor and duty of your ancient foremothers' and forefathers' heritage, history and culture require all Moors who wish to take on their Divine and National responsibilities to be in their Proper Person. Having the lawful status of a Moorish National, demonstrating competence and qualification to assist in Your Moorish Affairs.

Name & Judicial Notice Proclamations and Rights of Indigenous Peoples Part 1


“JUDICIAL. Belonging to the office of a judge; as judicial authority.

Relating to or connected with the administration of justice; as a judicial officer.

Having the character of judgment or formal legal procedure; as a judicial act.

Proceeding from a court of justice; as a judicial writ, a judicial determination.

Involving the exercise of judgment or discretion; as distinguished from ministerial.

Of or pertaining or appropriate to the administration of justice, or courts of justice, or a judge thereof, or the proceedings therein; as, judicial power, judicial proceedings. State v. Freitag, 53 Idaho 726, 27 P.2d 68.

As to judicial ‘Confession,’ ‘Day,’ ’Discretion,’ ‘Documents,’ ‘Estoppel,’ ‘Factor,’ ‘Mortgage,’ ‘Notice,’ ‘Process,’ ‘Record,’ ‘Sale,’ ‘Sequestration,’ and ‘Writ,’ see those titles.

As to quasi judicial, see Quasi Judicial.”
See Black’s Law Dictionary 4th Edition page 983-84.
PROCLAIM. To promulgate; to announce; to publish, by governmental authority, intelligence of public acts or transactions or other matters important to be known by the people. To give wide publicity to; to disclose. Simon v. Moore, D.C.Mo., 261 Federal 638, 643.
Most issues faced by Active Moors, must be dealt with by instruments of a superior position guided by a nature and set of customs far older than most alive can accurately for other than by way of the public verifiable documents, and affidavits of fact, known as Treaties and Constitutions among the peoples and Nations of the Earth. These documents establish certain principals that are known to demand the requirements of Notice among parties; this Common Law principal of Notice is inherent in the Civil and Criminal Law even today today. To remedy these social ills it is important that we redundantly implore those who have not already to follow the Holy and Divine Warning From the Prophet to the Nations of the Earth to Repent from their Sinful Ways and go back to that ancient mindset of their most ancient foremothers and forefathers to begin to once again know themselves. If we are not able to overcome our lower selves and evolve beyond our earthly desires and unify in love, truth, peace, freedom and justice under where each is able to live amongst their own vine and fig trees unmolested and unharmed then the WORST of the Yacubian experiment as prophesized is surely yet to come.

"PROCLAIM. To promulgate; to announce; to publish, by governmental authority, intelligence of public acts or transactions or other matters important to be known by the people. To give wide publicity to; to disclose. Simon v. Moore, D.C.Mo., 261 Federal 638, 643.

PROCLAMATION. The Act of proclaiming or publishing; a formal declaration ; an avowal . The act of causing some state matters to be published or made generally known. A written or printed document in which are contained such matters, issued by proper authority.

Also, the public nomination made of any one to a high office; as, such a prince was proclaimed emperor.

In practice. The declaration made by the crier, by authority of the court, that something is about to be done.
      
It usually commences with the French word Oyez, do you hear, hear ye, in order to attract attention; it is particularly used on the opening of the court, and at its adjournment; it is also frequently employed to discharge persons who have been accused of crimes or misdemeanors.

In equity practice. Proclamation made by a sheriff upon a writ of attachment, summoning a defendant who has failed to appear personally to appear and answer the plaintiff’s bill.”
Edited for emphasis, See Black’s Law Dictionary 4th Edition page 983-84.

Here you will find a Template for you to complete your Judicial Proclamation. Please study, complete, review then submit your documents for sealing via the site via this page below.
"PROCLAMATION. The Act of proclaiming or publishing; a formal declaration; an avowal. The act of causing some state matters to be published or made generally known. A written or printed document in which are contained such matters, issued by proper authority.
 
Also, the public nomination made of any one to a high office; as, such a prince was proclaimed emperor.
 
In practice. The declaration made by the crier, by authority of the court, that something is about to be done.
           
It usually commences with the French word Oyez, do you hear, hear ye, in order to attract attention; it is particularly used on the opening of the court, and at its adjournment; it is also frequently employed to discharge persons who have been accused of crimes or misdemeanors.
           
In equity practice. Proclamation made by a sheriff upon a writ of attachment, summoning a defendant who has failed to appear personally to appear and answer the plaintiff’s bill.”
Edited for emphasis, See Black’s Law Dictionary 4th Edition page 983-84.

Name & Judicial Notice Proclamations and Rights of Indigenous Peoples Part 2

Judicial Proclamation