Definition for the edited document above.Sui Juris: -
Competent to make informed decisions, under no legal disability.
Note: It takes a boat load of information (supplied by the prosecution) for me to 'stop' asking questions about whatever subject they may wish to engage me.
(USA) 14th Amendment citizens are under a legal dis-ability. Those individuals must have an attorney represent them, or they must 'appear' (magically) Pro-Se. Pro-Se means all of the 'rules and procedures' will be adhered to as THE COURT DECIDES. Fools appear Pro-Se. (You can see that this also applies to the UK as the same words are used).
This definition is extracted from a very informative pdf that can be found here on page 14:http://matrixfiles.com/JerryKirk/chapte ... status.pdf
which is a pdf within a course that is here:http://matrixfiles.com/JerryKirk/
This particular pdf will also be of tremendous interest to those who want to 'extract themselves' out of the 'system'. Makes it very easy to understand how to do this.
Going back to the name issue.
Calling yourself Warren of the Family Ffolkes is playing into their hands.
Having read a lot of historical documents the term 'of the family' was used a lot by the craftsmen that used to work for the Earls, Lords, Dukes, etc. For example Robert of the family Smith was the local blacksmith. If you read the Law of Nations (which can be found here: http://www.matrixfiles.com/lon.html
) you will find that Sovereings are referred to as the House of Bismarck, the House of Stewart, the House of Hanover, etc. So if anything you should be calling yourself Warren of the House of Ffolkes. But then all you have to do is to look at the signatures of any of the known kings and queens and you will find them signing their name in a normal fashion i.e Elizabeth Regina. So I sign my name as I have always done, with the name also written underneath with the comma and Sui Juris added on. I don't sign those last words though, just like you don't sign Mr. and then your name.
I have a document from the DVLA that has my name on it plus the term Sui Juris after my last name. I was using the info from week 12 of Jerry's course. Didn't go the full hog (as it was still in the ALL CAPS name) and get the car out of the system (which was the next step that I could have done to do so), as I didn't want to be left with a car I couldn't resell.
Will look at the other doc you posted.