Absent Limits

When government becomes corporate there is no government and no freedom!

When in the course of human affairs it becomes necessary for citizens to break the political chains that bind them, thereby to reclaim individual sovereignty which is the 'right' of their being man, qua man, it is for man to declare the cause and nature which impels self-liberation and to act accordingly. 
Freedom-loving citizens around the globe are choosing so to do and will succeed. 

Now is the time for change - Absent Limits

This website proposes a radical alternative to government, different in nature from anything past, yet its philosophical and Natural Law foundation has been known for centuries.  

Here are the sections on this website and their amendment dates 

Individual Rights

Individual Rights

The "Constitution of Man” document described below offers a radical alternative to government, premised on Individual Rights, according …

Natural Law

Natural Law

Natural Law comprises three sections that together describe the background ideology to the Constitution of Man and the Commission …

Commission of Justice

Commission of Justice

'Commission of Justice' (CoJ) is the title for a body of people 'commissioned' by Man to ensure that 'justice of man' is preserved …

Student of Mind - Master of Consciousness

Student of Mind - Master of Consciousness

Student of Mind - Master of Consciousness is a new thesis exploring conscious, subconscious mind and emotions as the true source of …

Absent Limits Post

Absent Limits Post

This Absent Limits Post presents articles and essays that expand the concepts and ideas on this website. Although date indexed, like …

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Important note

Section 4 of this website will offer little value for readers who have not already read sections 1, 2, & 3, or the 60 page PDF book entitled Free by Nature

Footnote: This website disavows the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), and today's attempts to (globally) institute or ratify Common Law, e.g. as offered through The International Common Law Court of Justice (ICLCJ) while its "manual" expressly disagrees with Natural Law tenets described on this website.  This is  a distinction, not a rejection. 

Whereas the UDHR and the ICLCJ both seek to abolish governmental slavery systems, their intent is warmly welcomed. Their premises for change are disagreed, however.

No quarrel or debate is entered.  This website is for educational purpose and warmly welcomes all those prepared to study such anomalies and differences in the interests of personal life, liberty and justice; absent limits.