Express the Trust

If the name never existed how can it be dead?

However, You are dead and if you don’t want to claim your estate- you don’t have to but don’t complain about being a slave- because if you don’t claim your estate, you are whatever they deem you to be because you are not a man with rights.

My research has uncovered this:

In the United States: A person may be legally declared dead (declared death in absentia or legal presumption of death) despite the absence of direct proof of the person’s death, such as the finding of remains attributable to that person. Such a declaration is typically made when a person has been missing for an extended period of time and in the absence of any evidence that the person is still alive, or when the circumstances surrounding a person’s disappearance overwhelmingly support the belief that the person has died. A declaration that a person is dead resembles other forms of “preventive adjudication”, such as the declaratory judgment. Different jurisdictions, have different legal standards for obtaining such a declaration, and in some jurisdictions a legal presumption of death may arise after a person has been missing under certain circumstances, and a certain amount of time. The law calls people who disappear missing or absent. Several criteria affect declaring someone dead by assumption:

  • A person’s being missing from their home or usual residence for, typically, seven years (the period varies from state to state, and country to country).
  • Such absences being continuous and without explanation.
  • Such absences being accompanied by a lack of long-distance communication with those most likely to hear from them.
  • Diligent but unsuccessful search for that person and inquiry into their whereabouts.

December 6th, 1865, the 14th Amendment was proclaimed as ratified (even though it never properly was, The Southern States after the war did not have Southerner representing the Southern States: Carpet Baggers). The 14th Amendment, which is private Roman Catholic Ecclesiastical Trust Law, constitutes a constructive, cestui que trust, a public charitable trust, “PCT,” that was expressly designed to bring every corporate franchise artificial person called a “citizen of the United States” into an inseparable merging with the government until the two are united (with the power inhering in the government, not the people).

A cestui que trust is fundamentally different from a regular trust, which is express in nature and consists of a contractual indenture involving three (3) parties: Grantor (Creator or Trustor), Trustee, and Beneficiaries. In an express trust, legal ownership is transferred by written contract between Grantor and Trustee in which the Grantor surrenders ownership of property to the legal person, the Trust, to be managed by the Trustee on behalf of those who are to benefit from the arrangement, the Beneficiaries. A cestui que trust, on the other hand, differs from an express trust in several crucial ways:

  • It is not formed by express contract, i.e. overt agreement expressed in writing, but by legal construction, i.e. fiat.
  • A cestui que trust has no Grantor, but, being a constructive trust created by operation of law, i.e. by make-believe, has only co-trustees and co-beneficiaries. The co-trustees are the parties with the duties for managing property for the “public good,” i.e. for the benefit of those designated as co-beneficiaries.

The Legislative Act of February 21, 1871, Forty-first Congress, Session III, Chapter 62, page 419, chartered a Federal company entitled “United States,” a/k/a “US Inc.,” a “Commercial Agency” originally designated as “Washington, D.C.,” in accordance with the so-called 14th Amendment, which the record indicates was never ratified (Utah Supreme Court Cases, Dyett v Turner, (1968) 439 P2d 266, 267; State v Phillips, (1975) 540 P 2d 936; as well as Coleman v. Miller, 307 U.S. 448, 59 S. Ct. 972; 28 Tulane Law Review, 22; 11 South Carolina Law Quarterly 484; Congressional Record, June 13, 1967, pp. 15641-15646). A “citizen of the United States” is a civilly dead entity operating as a co-trustee and co-beneficiary of the PCT, the constructive, cestui que trust of US Inc. under the 14th Amendment, which upholds the debt of the USA and US Inc. in Section 4.

A Will is a disposition of an estate by a person called a Testator, to take effect upon his death.

Typically, all persons of the age of twenty-one years, except idiots and persons of unsound mind, may so dispose of their real estate; and males of the age of eighteen years, and females of the age of sixteen years, may in like manner dispose of their personal property. Married women, formerly disabled by law from making a valid Will, are empowered to devise and bequeath their property, in the same manner as if unmarried. Wills shall be in writing, except in the case of soldiers in actual military service, or mariners at sea.

Special forms are not required in drawing a will; it is enough that the intention of the Testator is plainly expressed; but it is well to follow certain forms of expression which have been long in use, in the formal parts.

NOTE: If the Will fails to name an executor or no Will is found (abandoned), the probate court, registrar  names someone (called an administrator) to handle the process. If the probate does not name someone, then anyone who acts as executor is in fact, acting as an executor or an “executor de son tort”. If no formal probate proceeding is necessary, the court as the surrogate does not appoint an estate administrator, instead, a close relative or friend serves as an informal estate representative or anyone with interest in the property of the deceased.

Estate:  The word “estate” is a word of the greatest extension, and comprehends every species of property, real and personal. It describes both the corpus and the extent of interest. It signifies everything of which riches or fortune may consist.


  1. A collection of written texts, or spoken material on a particular subject. Esp. the entire works of a particular author or a body of writing.
  2. Anatomy the main body or mass of a structure. Denoting a human or animal body: from Latin, literally ‘body’. Corporation; Corpse; Corpus Delicti; Corporal; Corps.


  1. The state of having, owning, or controlling something.
  2. Law: visible power or control over something, as distinct from lawful ownership: holding, or occupancy.
  3. An item of property; something belonging to one.
  4. A territory or country controlled or governed by another.
  5. The state of being controlled by a demon or spirit.
  6. The state of being completely under the influence of an idea or emotion.
  7. The fundamental rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, considered as individual possessionsYick Wo v. Hopkins 118 U.S. 356

The word “estate” is a word of the greatest extension, and comprehends every species of property, real and personal. It describes both the corpus and the extent of interest. It signifies everything of which riches or fortune may consist: “rank, standing, condition”, “state, position, condition, health, status, legal estate”, “state or condition”, from root of stare “to stand”.

Executor: He to whom another commits by Will the execution of his last will and testament.

General Executor:

  1. A general executor is one who is appointed to administer the whole estate, without any limit of time or place, or of the subject matter.
  2. One whose power is not limited either territorially or as to the duration or subject of his trust.
  3. An executor whose power is unlimited as to time, place, or subject matter.

Executor De Son Tort:

  1. Executor of his own wrong. A person who assumes to act as executor of an estate without any lawful warrant or authority, but who, by his intermeddling, makes himself liable as an executor to a certain extent.
  2. If a stranger takes upon him to act as executor without any just authority. (As by intermeddling with the goods of the deceased, and many other transactions,) he is called in law an “executor of his own wrong”, de son tort.
  3. To claim executor de son tort, the act of the party must be, 1. Unlawful. 2. By asserting ownership, as taking goods or cancelling a bond, and not committing a mere trespass.
  4. He is, in general, held responsible for all his acts, when he does anything which might prejudice the estate, and receives no, advantage whatever in consequence of his assuming the office. He cannot sue a debtor of the estate, but may be sued generally as executor.
  5. The usurpation of an office or character cannot confer the rights and privileges of it, although it may charge the usurper with the duties and obligations annexed to it. On this principle, an executor de son tort is an executor only for being sued, not for the purpose, of suing. In point of form, he is sued as if he were a rightful executor. He is not denominated in the declaration executor (de son tort) of his own wrong.

So basically, the executor controls the estate- including your life or rather how your body is to be treated.

Why would you not want to be the executor (controller, decision maker, owner), over you own estate (life and property)? But feel free to let someone else live your life, (de son tort).

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