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The Allegory of the Wizard of OZ

 “There is a strong tendency in modern novelists towards introducing some vein of mysticism or occultism into their writings. Books of this character are eagerly bought and read by the people, both in Europe and America. It shows the innate longing in our natures to unravel the mysterious: to seek some explanation, however fictitious, of the unexplainable in nature and in our daily existence. For, as we advance in education, our desire for knowledge increases, and we are less satisfied to remain in ignorance of that mysterious fountain-head from which emanates all that is sublime and grand and incomprehensible in nature.”  -L. Frank Baum, Author, Wizard of OZ, February 22nd 1890

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Preamble set up for the Allegory of the Wizard of OZ,

It is critical for all to understand that in 1933 the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA declared bankruptcy during the Great Depression and we have never exited bankruptcy to this day.  In fact, we are pledged to the banksters still to this day for monetized debt incurred and owed as chattel/cattle to our creditors, the banksters. This is a big reason why we must keep the massive debt cycle going and going and going. (source)
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Unknowingly and by deception, our birth mothers, yours and mine, signed a contract at the hospital, called a Live Birth Record which created a fictitious name to which pledged our souls to the banksters as collateral. (Note that only the Mother signed the birth certificate to keep the male surname off record). (source)
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Columbia” is a name for “Goddess of Creation, War, and Destruction” more known as the goddess of death and pain. She is a statue on top of the Capitol building called the Statue of Freedom which is crowned with pentacles (pentagrams–stars with five points). She is seen as other statues around Washington D.C. area. She is derived from the imagery of Semiramis, wife of Nimrod, and Queen of Babylon. (note the date, 1871, at bottom of the seal of D.C.)

 

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 The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA in all capital letters is in Washington D.C. and was incorporated (became a corporate entity) by Congress with the Organic Act of 1871. The President of the Corporation currently is Barrack Obama and the corporation is owned by the Crown of England.  Many international organizations like the IMF, World Bank, etc. are also domiciled in Wash. D.C.  (source)
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The United States “for” America, lower case, as it was originally written, is what we think of when we cite the U.S. constitution and its amendments. Also, we refer to the USA as “America”, completely undefined as to if we are speaking about North, South or Central America to further obfuscate the deception of who are owners really are.
   For an eye opening excellent overall comparison between the USA vs. US see this (source)
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In fact our ownership (lands and all souls) goes way back to 14th century Vatican when the first three Papal Bull trusts were created pouring all property and souls over to the Pope, as trustee, in “perpetual remembrance” (forever) and held in Jesus’ name (since he’s not here to take physical custody.)
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These Canon Laws, written in the 14th and 15th centuries were written on the dead skin of children and sealed with red wax.  The Roman Latin Laws still apply to this day in their “Just-Us” system of enslavement. (source) and (source)
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People cannot say that they did not receive Notice. Notice is given sometimes by books or movies such as the “Wizard of Oz” (1939), “The Matrix” (1998), “‘V’ for Vendetta,” (March 17, 2006) and “The Truman Show” (1998) staring Jim Carrey whereby Truman (Carrey)discovers the Truth and finds a way out of the corporation that intended to take care of all his needs from cradle to grave in exchange for his life in the fiction world.

Herein lies a study of the “Wizard of Oz” in which Notice was given and remains current even to this day. The following is from the Library of Halexandria :

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The Wizard of Oz was produced as a motion picture in 1939 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. (Book by L. Frank Baum; Adaption by Noel Langley; Screenplay by Florence Ryerson, Noel Langley, and Edgar Allan Woolf; Lyrics by E. Y. Harburg; Produced by Mervyn LeRoy; Directed by Victor Fleming.)

Many people believe that The Wizard of Oz was (and is) an allegory for the radically new state of affairs that existed in America in the 1930s, following the stock market crash and the bankruptcy of the United States Government which occurred immediately thereafter. For all extents and purposes, it can still be viewed as the current state of affairs, inasmuch as the allegorical nature, the clues strewn throughout the story, are still relevant today. The authors of Redemption in Law, Theory and Practice [BBC of America, 2000] have, for example, provided an interesting interpretation of the story of The Wizard of Oz, one which bears a considerable amount of attention being paid. Much of what follows, comes from pages 180 to 185 of their book.

 

The initial setting of the story is, of course, Kansas, the geographical center of the USA, and the symbol for the heartland of America. The tornado (twister) that arrives is all about the whirling confusion that existed after the stock market crash, the theft of the country’s gold, the US Bankruptcy, and the Great Depression. The twister takes Dorothy and her dog, Toto, into a new, artificial dimension, above the solid ground of Kansas. Upon their arrival, Dorothy notes: “Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.”

 

Right on, Dorothy. After the bankruptcy, Kansas was no longer “Kansas”, but now “KS”, an artificial corporate venue of the bankrupt US, a newly established “federal territory”, and part of the “Federal Zone”. Dorothy and Toto were “in this state”, which according to Redemption in Law, implies they were for tax jurisdiction purposes in the “District of Columbia” (aka “United States”) — whereas Kansas is not included in “this state”, “KS” is.

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