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Every analysis of “this Constitution” has revealed something new and this literal analysis is no different. “This Constitution” and “the Constitution of the United States” in the oral oath of the President of the United States was a revelation, but I never expected to find yet another Constitution this time in Article I and there is a strong indication of at least one more.
There are a lot more discoveries, confirmations of past discoveries and new insights into the motives of the Framers which can be found in this analysis of Article I of the Constitution of September 17, 1787.
The Scriptures say: “The truth will make you free,” but first you have to know it and with government you have to be able to prove it.
This analysis provides the proof in the words of a “Constitution for the United States of the Northwest Territory.” You will not believe it till you see it for yourself.
Below are some selections from this 23 page lesson, full of secrets.
A LITERAL ANALYSIS OF ARTICLE I OF THE CONSTITUTION OF SEPTEMBER 17, 1787
The Secret Constitution Revealed
The document that we all know as the Constitution is known by many other names: U.S. Constitution, Constitution of the United States, Constitution of the United States of America, Constitution for the United States of America and federal Constitution.
All these labels have one thing in common. They all describe an original that bears the date September 17, 1787 and the signatures of thirty-nine delegates to the Constitutional Convention. There can be some disagreement over what the words in the Constitution mean, but there should be no confusion or disagreement about what those words are. While there may be slight differences of opinion over the meaning of certain phrases in a Constitution there should never be any ambiguity. Our reference document will always be the original signed copy of “this Constitution for the United States of America.”
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the
United States of America.
The Preamble is, in the case of “this Constitution,” a lawyer’s drafting device that has resulted in a classic national “bum steer” of monumental proportions. Because a preamble is supposed to guide the reader to a better understanding of where the written document is going, everybody was supposed to know that “We the People of the United States” referred to the inhabitants of the Northwest Territory and not the free people of the United States of America.
Section 1. All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.
Most people who attempt to read the entire Constitution read at least the first sentence of each of the first three Articles. They have been told that the first Article establishes the legislative branch of the federal government. The first sentence of the second Article establishes the executive power of the federal government and the first sentence of the third| Article establishes the judicial power of the federal government. It appears to be that way but it is the clever work of that legal genius Gouverneur Morris. Article I actually creates the entire permanent government for the Northwest Territory. This is how it was done.
The biggest misinterpretation of Article I, Section 1, is that it has the power to tax when clearly “this Constitution” states otherwise:
“All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.”
Who or what is granting “all legislative Powers herein granted …”? According to Article VII of “this Constitution,” it is “Ratification of the Conventions of nine States, shall be sufficient for the Establishment of this Constitution between the States so ratifying the Same.” So, it is the States which are granting to themselves the power to make laws for the territories owned by the Confederacy. The people of the several States collectively possess the power to make war and to own property procured by a victory in war. The people by and through their State governments delegated to the Confederacy, the United States of America their power to make laws for the territory owned by the people through the Confederacy, the United States of America. The power to tax within the territories owned by the Confederacy had also been delegated by the people to the States.