- Making sense of who you are
- By Romley Stewart
- 15/01/2018 Make a Comment
- Contributed by: Jude ( 6 articles in 2018 )
ROMLEY STEWART - what is your true standing and title?
This may be slightly wrong! The "person" is in Title Case, the ALL UPPERCASE TEXT may very well be the ACCOUNT! (Not a Person) ...
The all uppercase text appearing on an account, is the account, and they need a person to act as the holder of such an account.
The so called bills that appear in the mail don't have names! because a true name of the person is in title case, not SYMBOLIC TEXT LIKE THIS.
I may have made a slight error in this talk! .. "Persons" are Capitalized, "accounts" are SYMBOLIC. capitalized text is the first letter being capitalized, the SYMBOLIC text is all caps. True names can not be SYMBOLIZED like this. (Notice your Electricity account or any account, the text is "SYMBOLIZED".
The ALL CAPS is not English, its found in Foreign languages in the Chicago Manual of Styles. 11:144 and 11:147.
It is the designation of "things", such as Accounts. If you claim the account as your account, (Notice, your electricity or council accounts will have the words: If unclaimed, return to sender) you become the holder of such an account, rendering you as the "trustee" or Defendant, of such an account, if the account is not your account, then you have become the debtor of whoever owns such an account.... the "SURNAME" appearing in the SYMBOLIC text, is the property of the State and the Christian or given name appearing in correct English, Title Case, is your property.
All uppercase text does not lawfully constitute appearing as a name anyway, because it appears in the foreign American Sign Language, know as a GLOSSA, identified also as a language created by Justitian in 530AD for ROME in order to [deceive] the public into leaving the public domain and entering into the private world of Contracts in order to forgo Justice, without full knowledge. used for private contracts and Roman Civil Law.... It is also know as "Ancient Latin" or even Illustrative text, meaning a "picture" or "symbol", it is not Correct English Text, and when it appears on a document, the document is telling you that something is not what you may assume!