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What is Sovereignty and How Does it Benefit Me?


Sovereignty is not an exclusive club you sign up for, but rather a way you choose to experience life: free, self-reliant and responsible

Sovereignty is not something you sign up for.

It’s not an exclusive club you join where you get benefits as a matter-of-fact, but rather, it is a way you choose to experience life. It is a state of mind. True sovereignty begins with your choice to be free, to be self-reliant and to take responsibility for your own actions. You are born sovereign and then as you enter into various contracts and private agreements, you unknowingly give up your sovereignty, little by little, until one day you wake up and realize you are a slave. So, stop accepting government issued benefits, or any so-called benefits that come with a hook to ensnare you into servitude and dependency, and begin to reclaim your natural rights you inherit from God.
Strive to become financially independent. Get out of debt and stay out. Use your creative potential to make money instead of borrowing it from dishonest bankers. If it means lowering your standard of living temporarily so you can start living within your means, that will free your spirit to be more creative and eventually help you to achieve a higher and more fulfilling standard. I really encourage you to become self-employed. Follow your passions, express your uniqueness in the marketplace and you’ll have the potential to make more money than you ever made before and have more time to spend on more important things in life. When you have more than enough money to support yourself and your family, without being a slave to an employer, or a bank, then you will have obtained financial sovereignty. With adequate finances at your disposal you can be free to travel virtually anywhere on the planet, if you so choose. If a war breaks out, or if a conflict occurs, or say you get stuck in a natural disaster, you simply move away to someplace else that is more accommodating. If you don’t like the weather, with adequate finances you can chase your favorite seasons around the world! For example, it’s summer in the Southern Hemisphere when it’s winter in the Northern Hemisphere. Or you can choose a variety of tropical destinations to go to year round. Freedom to choose your own weather is what I call climatic sovereignty. Learn a second language or multiple languages, get second citizenship, expand to multiple nationalities, and residencies, explore the world and make it your playground and achieve global sovereignty.

When you stop relying on doctors to heal you and begin to get in touch with your own body and can learn to simply boost your immune system so your body can heal itself, then you will have achieved health sovereignty. This may be a new concept for some people, but you do have a choice. Sickness starts as a dis-ease of the emotional body or energy body, which exists outside the physical body as an energy distortion or blockage, and if not dealt with will eventually manifest as a physical aliment, and if still not dealt with, may become a chronic or terminal condition. If you have a bad attitude about life, don’t manage stress very well and have lots of unresolved emotional issues, then your immune system will be more taxed and your body will be more likely in a state of dis-ease. So, your health is your responsibility and once you fully decide to make it such, you will no longer be a sucker for the pharmaceutical companies (Big Pharma) who really have no desire to cure you of anything – and why should they when it is your responsibility to begin with?

Another important area is energy dependency. If you are like most people you have been lead to believe that you must run your car on gasoline or diesel, you must buy electricity from the power company and you must use heating oil, propane or natural gas to heat your home. Once again, dependency on these fuels makes you a slave to them. Many viable alternatives already exist that you can employ to gain greater energy independence or energy sovereignty. When you stop relying on others to tell you how to have a relationship with God, and develop the ability (intuition) to go directly to God by whatever means you choose without dogma or power games, then that, my friend, is spiritual sovereignty.

Overall, sovereignty can take on many different shapes and sizes, but understand that sovereignty is not something you achieve once, only to forget about later like hanging a college diploma on your wall to collect dust. Sovereignty is a daily practice and ongoing responsibility of the highest magnitude. Every choice you make will help you foster greater sovereignty or greater servitude. This realization will help you to be miles ahead of the game as restrictions on your liberties increase to the degree that someday you won’t be able to use the toilet without first asking permission from Big Brother.

So consider this: what will you do when the day comes that in order buy food, fuel, medicine, see a doctor, borrow money, open a bank account, enter a federal building, board an airplane, train or cruise ship, etc. that your identity won’t first have to be verified through your driver’s license (Federal ID), your social security account number, a retina scan and eventually a clever little microchip that will be implanted under your skin (for convenience and easy tracking, of course)? Hopefully, it doesn’t come to that if you and the majority of the people simply says no and become more self-responsible and self-reliant. So this is crucial … your well-being, your freedom, your sovereignty, and your very future is your responsibility and it comes about by the choices you make starting today, not next week or next year. It must start today!

The website contains thousands of alternative resources that can help you reclaim your sovereignty in a variety of ways. I recommend that you look through the various pages, and when you feel a feeling in your gut about an item (an impulse), that is a message that you are on target to reclaim that aspect of your sovereignty. These resources will act as tools to assist you. But know that only YOU can reclaim your sovereignty and nobody else can do it for you. Keeping that in mind, I encourage you to choose the highest path for your own well-being, and it’s my sincere hopes that one or more of the resources we offer will help you to obtain the level of sovereignty you are striving for.

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25 Responses to What is Sovereignty and How Does it Benefit Me?

  1. Michele Reply

    January 14, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    Like the blog

  2. Adam Galland Reply

    January 19, 2012 at 5:36 pm

    I really like studying and I think this website got some really utilitarian stuff on it!

  3. Chelyah Reply

    February 22, 2012 at 1:41 am

    I enjoyed reading your blog. It seems i’ve been working towards sovereignty in all aspects of my life for years now. I look forward to learning actions I can take to be sovereign.

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    February 27, 2012 at 6:51 pm

    Very interesting info !Perfect just what I was searching for! “The only gift is a portion of thyself.” by Ralph Waldo Emerson.

  5. Jazz minaj Reply

    March 8, 2012 at 12:57 am

    one word!!! excellent…

  6. Desir Romane Reply

    May 6, 2012 at 1:43 am

    for the past 6 yrs i’ve been a secured party and i always enjoy reading everything about freedom- but one thing we need to teach those whom don’t want to wake up: Fear is the worst kind of poison in life.


    Desir Romane

    A secured party.

  7. Randy R Reply

    July 10, 2012 at 9:59 pm

    How do i obtain my sovereignty.And what are my steps

    • Sovereign Person Reply

      July 12, 2012 at 1:57 am

      Hi Randy, Sovereignty is your birthright. It’s your natural state of being – before you were fed propaganda (as we all are when young). Sovereignty is more something you assert than obtain. It’s about taking responsibility for your actions as much as possible, so you need no outside authority to tell you what to do. It’s also about getting wise to the deception going on and standing up to tyranny.

      I recommend starting with “A Complete Course in Sovereignty” and “How I Clobbered Every Bureaucratic Cash-Confiscatory Agency Known to Man“. You will learn an incredible amount from those 2 resources. You can save money buying them in the “Sovereignty Basics” package.

      Good luck!
      Sovereign Being

  8. gretchen b Reply

    September 13, 2012 at 7:44 am

    Id like to know a little more about sovereignty.I was told to copyright my name 1st then go from there.I also need to know whats the best resource for a man who is in prison.

    • Sovereign Being Reply

      September 14, 2012 at 12:11 am

      Copyrighting your name can be an effective tool against authorities, because you make your name your legal property and set up a fee schedule for its use, just as you may charge if someone uses another piece of your property, e.g. your car. This report teaches you exactly how to copyright your name. However, before doing this, I recommend you study the basics of sovereignty and become acquainted with Who You Are and your proper relationship to Government. Try starting with “A Complete Course in Sovereignty” and “How I Clobbered Every Bureaucratic Cash-Confiscatory Agency Known to Man“. You will learn an incredible amount from those 2 resources. You can save money buying them in the “Sovereignty Basics” package.
      As for resources for those in prison, I don’t have any specific suggestions. Once the court trial has passed and the judge has sentenced you, it’s difficult to go back. The best thing to do would be to educate yourself and make an appeal. Many people don’t realize that statutes are not law. Statutes only apply to government agents or employees, or people acting in that capacity at the time of an alleged crime. When you are charged, the police (and therefore the courts) presume you are acting as a governmental agent. It’s important to expose this presumption of law before or at the time of the court date. It may be too late to do anything after the fact.

  9. gretchen b Reply

    September 13, 2012 at 7:46 am

    also how do you become recognized as a sovereign?I continually run into brick walls about this

    • Sovereign Being Reply

      September 14, 2012 at 12:19 am

      You need to assert your sovereignty – whether it’s your right to travel (as opposed to the privilege to drive), your right to be secure against unreasonable searches and seizures (the 4th Amendment in the Bill of Rights) or your right to decide what you (and only you) may put in your body. It’s about becoming independent, self-sufficient and self-governing, needing no outside authority. It’s about combining knowledge (gained through educating yourself with various sovereignty resources) and conviction (putting them into practice to stop so-called authorities from continually violating your rights). Make this your focus, and recognition will come automatically. There is not body or organization that you register with to become sovereign. You already are sovereign. I encourage you to start fully learning what it means and then practicing and asserting it.

  10. Reese Reply

    January 23, 2013 at 4:01 am

    Is the redemption manual 4.5 the go to book for starting out with your redemption process?

    • Makia Freeman Reply

      January 24, 2013 at 1:13 am

      I would say the better book to go to is “Free From Servitude“, since it’s more up-to-date, and also contains specific forms and details. Another (cheaper) option is “The Redemption Manual“.

  11. Reply

    February 3, 2013 at 1:12 am

    “What is Sovereignty and How Does it Benefit Me?” ended up being quite a great article. I hope you keep publishing and I’m going to keep reading! Many thanks, Joey

  12. Seekingdatruth Reply

    February 3, 2013 at 4:57 pm

    If become sovereign how does that affect my military retirement? Will I lose it or will I be able to get it in a lump sum?

    • Makia Freeman Reply

      February 5, 2013 at 11:44 pm

      Being sovereign means you cease being an “employee” of the Federal Government, or waiving your rights in return for benefits and privileges. If I were you I would look into the possibility of getting any monies owed in one lump sum. That way, you can then choose how connected (or contracted) you want to be with the Government.

  13. Edgar Reply

    May 13, 2014 at 11:01 pm

    Is becoming sovereignty the the true path of living? The right way to live? Is the way that everybody should be living?

    • Makia Freeman Reply

      May 15, 2014 at 1:42 am

      We are all inherently sovereign. Everyone has their own path or way of expressing this. We just need to exert this by acting responsibly and not infringing on others’ rights; then there is no need for any outside authority. On the legal side, has a large selection of sovereignty resources to help you regain your legal sovereignty so that the Government cannot so easily bully you or extract revenue from you.

  14. Gerald Ladon Harris Reply

    March 16, 2015 at 7:19 pm

    an 18 wheeler.and I would like to know if I were to file for my sovereigntysovereignty would I have to sell it are could I Drive it without a license for this is how I make my money.

    • Makia Freeman Reply

      March 19, 2015 at 1:00 am

      Hi Gerald, In your case you are using the roads for commercial use so you DO need a driver’s license. The right to travel is for those using the roads in a private, non-commercial capacity. Makia

  15. Gerald Ladon Harris Reply

    March 16, 2015 at 7:21 pm

    I Drive an 18 wheeler for a living and I would like to know if I were to file for my sovereignty would I have to sell my 18 wheelerwheeler

  16. Alex Reply

    January 3, 2016 at 11:07 pm

    So you are saying I am sovereign until I contract with the government? (I.e. drivers license, food stamps, welfare etc.) but what about work. Can I be a sovereign and still collect a paycheck from my employer? Am I obligated to let them know I am a sovereign?

    • Makia Freeman Reply

      January 4, 2016 at 4:47 am

      Sovereignty is an inherent state to all of us. Government was only created to serve you, represent you and protect your rights and property.

      When you contract with the Government, it is important to reserve your rights and sovereign status. See these books for more information on this:

      You may be sovereign and contract with anyone. Is your employer a non-Government company? You are not obligated to let them know you are sovereign. However, if you start collecting welfare (in any form) from the Government, you temporarily give up your sovereign status (in that area, for that contract). You don’t get something for nothing. If you want benefits, there is a price.

  17. mandellajohnson Reply

    February 28, 2018 at 7:27 pm

    hi I’m interested in this but I don’t know the pro and the cons of it knowing I have a family of 5

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