To weigh the measure of a heart in a court of law

I give my testimony not for a judgement, but to share for any other person out there who might find humor or ease in my silly words. They are true. True to my heart, true to my experience but unprovable. Others talk and write about things true to their hearts. If people like them enough to pay for them, then why not?

We are in a miraculous time when our own stories can reach many. It is very sad indeed when because somebody doesn’t like your story they need to ‘crucify’ your person. We are in a very sad time indeed when stories need to garner money for the cost of living. Once upon a time traveling bards were respected and given succor for their stories before the hearth of peoples simply for the pleasure of the story.

How have we managed to work ourselves into a corner where such luxury can now wind us up behind bars, or have your heart measured and judged before anyone? In Egypt only Osiris could do that.

The Judgement of Osiris.

The `heart’ of the soul was handed over to Osiris who placed it on a great golden scale balanced against the white feather of Ma’at, the feather of truth on the other side. From <

Now we in our great hubris have decided we are qualified for the task. The government and/or our laws-du-jour have made it possible to not only go after someone for ‘words’ but to limit the scope of information actually allowed out to the public.

As any system of facts and research advance in society there comes a time of reckoning, stepping into the legal world. If the SSP is going to be realized as an actual fact (not just testimony) founded on research and proof, then this knowledge having existed prior to CG and Associates cannot be trade marked by them. The actual fact that many years’ worth of presentation and research are verifiable in the public domain makes them ‘untrademarkable’ (if that is a word…), because they can be seen several years before CG’s use of them – especially the words Secret Space Program.

This will boil down to where was it verifiably heard and presented first as ‘prior art’. Bob Dean may have alluded – actually said those words in a Kerry Cassidy interview in 2000 called ‘Bringing in the Light’. That evidence is out there in spades. The first Secret Space Program Conference held in the US in 2014 had a list of researchers well known in this topic as the very best:

Mark McCandlish

Michael Schratt

Joseph P Farrell

Catherine Austin Fitts

Richard Dolan

Robert Morningstar

John Rappoport

Carol Rosin

and every one of their talks is on you tube for you to see. There was a second conference in 2015 which is also available on you tube. One of the very first Secret Space Program Conferences in the world was in Amsterdam in 2011…

IMO this might cause CG a bit of a problem because once they prove the information was out there, they will also have a solid case for plagiarism because no other research was sited in using said information…

Just for a bit of information on what IP is (intellectual property):

What does it mean to steal intellectual property?

Intellectual theft is stealing or using without permission someone else’s intellectual property. … Intellectual property is protected by patent for inventions, trademarks for commercial marks or branded products, and copyrights on creative pursuits such as music, photo, poems.


What is considered intellectual property?

Intellectual property refers to creations of the mind: inventions; literary and artistic works; and symbols, names and images used in commerce. Intellectual property is divided into two categories: Industrial Property includes patents for inventions, trademarks, industrial designs and geographical indications.


What does a licensing agreement allow?

A licensing agreement is a legal contract between two parties, known as the licensor and the licensee. In a typical licensing agreement, the licensor grants the licensee the right to produce and sell goods, apply a brand name or trademark, or use patented technology owned by the licensor.

(so, you have to pay to use the term SSP and CG would set for life..)


What are the 4 types of intellectual property?

The four types of intellectual property include:

  • Trade Secrets.
  • Trademarks.
  • Copyrights, and.
  • Patents.


Intellectual Property Protection. Intellectual Property Protection is protection for inventions, literary and artistic works, symbols, names, and images created by the mind. Learn how you can protect your intellectual property by using: Patents, Trademarks, Trade Secrets, and Copyrights.

(key phrase here – CREATED BY THE MIND – that immediately implies that CG’s story is NOT fact, but story. Have we ever copyrighted historical facts before?)


Copyright. Copyright is a legal means of protecting an author’s work. It is a type of intellectual property that provides exclusive publication, distribution, and usage rights for the author. … Many different types of content can be protected by copyright. Examples include books, poems, plays, songs, films, and artwork.


The importance of protecting intellectual property. Intellectual property (IP) rights are valuable assets for your business – possibly among the most important it possesses.

(taking CG’s SSP OUT of the realm of research and into the realm of business. Interesting side note is the ‘fair use’ act that allows material to be sited and used in print and in video for purposes of education. Where does academia cross over into the world of IP??)


Copyright infringement is the use of works protected by copyright law without permission, infringing certain exclusive rights granted to the copyright holder, such as the right to reproduce, distribute, display or perform the protected work, or to make derivative works.

(can research be considered derivative works?)


(If so, the fines could be heavy)

FBI Anti-Piracy Warning: The unauthorized reproduction or distribution of a copyrighted work is illegal. Criminal copyright infringement, including infringement without monetary gain, is investigated by the FBI and is punishable by up to five years in federal prison and a fine of $250,000.


Thus my article called ‘Really???’ because we are still measuring the ethic and integrity of the use of certain words, so, all I have to say is – ‘Oh!! GROW UP!’ We are all missing the point here by allowing ourselves to be misdirected by all this caca.


But oh my, that’s the point, isn’t it?



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