Thank You, 333 Club!

   Judge Anna von Reitz

I was amazed by your generosity and insight. Above and beyond being a “Favorite Number”, and the number of dollars you each donated to the cause, the number 333 has a very special relationship to the concept of Justice, which you may or may not have known, but which makes it especially aligned with my work and me.

Allow my mathematician self a brief moment on stage….

The number 111 is known as “the prime Trinity”.

The number 333 is known as “the Triune Trinity”.

There are two “Harmonic Trinities” — 666 and 999.

When numerically reduced, 333 and 666 and 999 all add up to 9, which is the last single digit in the Base 10 Number System, and the numerical symbol of “completion”.

3 + 3 + 3 = 9
6 + 6 + 6 = 18 and 1 + 8 = 9
9 + 9 + 9 = 27 and 2 + 7 = 9

So, 333, 666, and 999 all mean “completion” or “fulfillment” numerically.

Long before The Bible was a gleam in Abraham’s eye, 333 had a special connection to Justice.

In the Days of Noah, there were three Justices for each of the three jurisdictions — air, land, and sea, a total of nine.

And even today, it takes 3 + 3 +3 = 9 Justices to create a Supreme Court.

Nothing much has changed in all these many thousands of years. Underlying the entire Justice system structure is the humble number 333, guaranteeing that the concerns of air, land, and sea will all be heard, and that Justice will be complete.

I certainly hope in the days to come that more and more people will step forward as you all have and put their desire for Justice in motion and carry it forward from the abstract world into the concrete.

Organizing American Common Law Courts, training people to run them competently, and making their services available to millions of people is a very daunting task. Simply doing the research necessary to implement Jural Assemblies is difficult.

I have a t-shirt that says, “World Champion Cat Herder” that one of my cohorts gave me. It’s only half a joke, as many of the current group debates prove. Resolving all the questions takes hard research and often requires travel and other expenses that now depend on volunteers to do and to fund.

Because of you all, the job just got a little bit easier for them and for me and we were reminded of the goal: complete justice for everyone, everywhere. Thank you!!!

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