Friends, Enemies and the die-hard Doubters Friends, Enemies and the die-hard Doubters, this is a joint writing by The Informer and James Montgomery which will reinforce what we have been saying all these years. These irrefutable facts of case law prove that the King is still Sovereign. And the State, being his corporation, is Sovereign. Neither were they when the compact of the State was adopted via the Treaty ofwhich is still a contract, but with the crown.
Christian missionaries arrivedprobably from Gaul. Irish settlements began in the west of Britain. Colonisation and raids on Britain influenced Irish culture.
Romanisation began in the fifth century, derived from the Romano-British culture of western Britain. The Ogham alphabet clearly came from Latin. This was to oppose the Pelagian heresy. Conversion was slow, although St Patrick was not the only missionary. A Gaelic-Christian golden age was to follow.
St Patrick was a Romano-Briton who had been enslaved by Irish raiders, before escaping and turning to religion. He drove out traditional pagan rites, leading to a fusion of Gaelic culture with Christianity. The seventh and eighth centuries saw a Gaelic golden age when Irish history was documented and great works of art were fashioned.
The king of Tara in the middle of the sixth century was still pagan. Monasticism made strides during this century, influenced by the British church.
Monasteries were originally strict retreats from the world, but became wealthy and influential, bearing a rich literary and artistic culture. As time passed the monasteries grew into little cities with a variety of inhabitants.
Provincial kings lived in some of them. Several monasteries owned huge tracts of land and were ruled by worldly and wealthy abbots.
Irish schools in the late sixth and seventh centuries achieved great scholarshipand many poets and lawyers were also clerics. Laws were created for church and secular society. New laws were influenced by the Biblical Old Testament.
A prehistory of the Irish race was written to unite all the people of Ireland.
All people were supposed to be descended from the same ancestors, and Irish was constructed from the best elements of the Tower of Babel.
Numerous shifts in power and boundary changes occurred. The arts metal-work, illumination, calligraphy flowered in the monasteries. Iona and Armagh were the greatest ecclesiastical power-centres.
Iona was founded by Columba and Armagh by Patrick. Some were free while others were owned by aristocrats or monasteries. Churches could be tiny or vast monasteries.
Bishops were appointed to oversee the clergy.
The relationship between church and people was a contract with mutual obligations. The church supplied religious services while the people paid dues.
Three social classes existed during this age — kings, lords and commoners. Lords were wealthy and had clients bondsmen. Commoners were freemen with full legal rights and their own land. There were also landless men and hereditary serfs.HISTORY OF BRITISH COLONIAL AMERICA including Virginia, Pilgrim Fathers, Massachusetts and New England, Dutch in America, Proprietary colonies, Pennsylvania, Albany and the Iroquois, Franklin's plan.
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Proof the United States remains a British Colony. Friends, Enemies and the die-hard Doubters, this is a joint writing by The Informer and James Montgomery which will reinforce what we have been saying all these years.