Global Intelligence Agency

Official Guardians for the Global Repository




Herein explained are the laws of the land governing planet Earth in accordance with Natural Law by which all life abides. They are universally essential to maintain life in harmony with our coexistence on this planet, affording all living beings the opportunity, direction, and support to thrive.

All laws, codes, statutes, and ordinances for every territory on the planet, whether on, above or below the surface must operate within the parameters of these Governing Bylaws.

Any statute, code, ordinance, mandate, binding agreement, or rule of any kind, in force prior to or on July 5th, 2021 which violate, or allow for behavior which violates the contents of this document are void, meaning these statutes, codes, ordinances, mandates, binding agreements, and rules are unlawful to enforce and that no one is bound by them.

Any statute, code, ordinance, mandate, binding agreement, or rule of any kind that will be ratified in the Hall of Records whether now or in the future must abide by the contents of this document.

No statute, code, ordinance, mandate, binding agreement, or rule of any kind, will be ratified into law or recognized by the Hall of Records if it is not in agreement with the Natural Laws as defined within the text of this declaration.

These laws will be enforced by the Global Intelligence Agency and Life Force Enforcement as the highest level of ratified law enforcement on the planet as recognized in the Hall of Records. The Global Intelligence Agency and  Life Force Enforcement have jurisdiction and authority over every Military, Intelligence Agency, and Law Enforcement structure that currently exists or will exist in the future.

Life Force Enforcement operates under the direction, supervision, and authority of Ground Command.

Life Force Enforcement is bound to abide by, and operate in accordance with the same laws defined within the text of this document.


These are rights that all living people are imbued with from birth, and therefore no individual or organization of any kind has the authority to violate these rights. These rights are absolute and apply to all peoples that cohabitate on, above or within Planet Earth3. As recognized Sovereign Beings4 we are responsible for the impact and consequences of our conduct, attitude and demeanor. Our rights are our responsibility to maintain, uphold, and honor.

  1. The Freedom to live without restrictions or limits on what an individual is allowed to pursue, accomplish, or experience so long as their path does not intentionally or irresponsibly cause harm.
  2. The Freedom to observe, participate, appreciate, and learn from and about our own energetic connection beyond the observable physical world. This is inclusive of religious freedom to worship or explore “God” in whatever way we see fit so long as we do not harm others in our practice.
  3. The Freedom to create, build, sculpt, and organize anything we can imagine so long as it does not do harm to others. 
  4. The Freedom to express the truth, as well as our opinion, ideas, visions, discoveries, and plans in any way we choose without fear of repercussion so long as our expression is not intentionally malicious or causing harm to others whether emotionally, energetically, or physically.
  5. The Freedom to create and maintain life.
  6. The Freedom to access and utilize the resources of the planet for the act of creation, sustenance, and comfort, in a manner that does not cause imbalance to the natural ecosystem of the planet. 
  7. Every living entity has the right to live with the expectation of security and safety of their person and their assets.
  8. Every child has the right to innocence and an honest education, and it is the responsibility of the parent or guardian to respect the rights of the child.
  9. Every living being has the right to privacy, or to live a life without interference into personal matters or be subjected to unlawful surveillance. 
  10. Every living being has a responsibility to respect, assist, and protect the common interests of the planet and its cohabitants within a reasonable cost to their own well being.   
  11. Every living being has the right and a responsibility to participate in community within the limits and bounds to which they are comfortable or willing to contribute.
  12. Every living being has the right to education and a responsibility to be educated and informed as to the nature, function, and implementation of self-governance, the direct impact of decisions made for and by the collective, and to share pertinent information that may have an impact on the final decisions of the group. 
  13. Every living being has the right and responsibility to live as a Sovereign Individual, exercising authority over their own affairs and the affairs of the minors for whom they are responsible, as a free and independent person while in the pursuit of happiness.
  14. Every living being has the right to be informed and the responsibility to inform others in a manner that is comprehensively recognized by both parties as an accurate depiction of the consequences and benefits, whether actual or potential, before a decision is made to participate or not without consequence.
  15. Every living being has the right to travel without contingent violation of other fundamental rights.

Operational Definitions as they apply within the text of this document and any lawful information ratified in the Hall of Records now and in the future.

Child: A Child is an individual between the stages of birth and puberty or a person younger than the age of majority.

citizen: Formerly used to designate “slave,” from here on describes a permanent sovereign resident of Planet Earth.

individual: An Individual is a single Living Entity, Living Being and Sovereign Being capable of independent existence.

common interests of the planet: are the issues, matters, resources, acts, words, and ideas that are common to all living entities, living beings, sovereign beings and Planet Earth itself. 

community: an organization where the daily life of each individual member involves contact with and dependence on other individual members. Taken together, the wide variety of tasks performed by members within are an attempt to ensure  that social and economic needs will be met in a stable and predictable way.

education:  the act or process of imparting or acquiring knowledge, developing the powers of critical thinking, reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life.  Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, morals, beliefs, and habits. The outcome of Education is an Educated Living Being. 


harm: a violation of a person’s natural rights.

guardian: a person who has been appointed by a court or otherwise has the legal authority (and the corresponding duty) to care for the personal and property interests of another person.

living entity or living being: an entity that is self aware, sentient (aware of feelings and sensations) and conscious. A Living Entity or Living Being is an individual that draws its life force energy to exist from the ultimate Creative Source.

mankind: meaning all People, or specifically, all living, conscious beings.

minor: an individual under a certain age, usually the age of majority, which legally demarcates childhood from adulthood.

organization: An Organization is a collection of individuals who are Living Entities, Living Beings, and Sovereign Beings. An organization can be understood as a social system which comprises relationships between Individuals.

Order, or The Order: the collective reference to any and all secret societies, positions, individuals, entities, structures, corporations, associations, fraternities, or any other group that held authority, rule, or dominion over the governments, finances, military, or other beings held in bondage on this planet. The Draconians, Annuanake, The Dragon Families, Order of the Black Sun, Rothchilds, Rockefellers, Li Family, etc.

parent:  the caregiver of his/or her offspring. 

people:   refers to all conscious living beings that reside on, above or below the surface of the Planet Earth.

Planet Earth: The third planet from the Sun in this solar system.  Planet Earth is a Living Entity with its own consciousness.

public:  in this case, refers to the collective of conscious living beings regardless of their status as otherwise defined. This term is used to describe “the whole” or the entire body of people. In terms of this document it also refers to information that is available outside of reasonable boundaries that would make something private, such as a home. It in no way refers to a select group or a government body, and cannot be used in any official text or statement to imply otherwise.

Sovereign Being:  a conscious, living being residing on, above or below the surface of Planet Earth having the authority and responsibility for their thoughts and actions.
travel: the movement of people between distant geographical locations. Travel can be done by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, bus, airplane, ship or other means.

travel: the movement of people between distant geographical locations. Travel can be done by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, bus, airplane, ship or other means.


  1. All life is sacred. Malicious acts against any living thing are not permitted. Any action, condition, operation, or function that intentionally inhibits, damages, shortens, or disables the natural operation of someone else’s life for frivolous purposes is prohibited.
  2. Materials that are poisonous or which create toxins or mechanisms cannot be used to change the structure, purpose, or function of the water, food, soil, or air.
  3. Weapons of mass destruction cannot be manufactured, or used anywhere on the planet.
  4. Medicine cannot be weaponized to control the growth of the population or for any other reason.
  5. Organizations established to control the population cannot exist or operate on this planet. 
  6. Corporate structures, governments, or any form of control structure that acts as a proxy to make decisions for the interests of a specific population must operate in respect to the limits and bounds of the fundamental freedoms, rights, and responsibilities defined within these bylaws.
  7. Slavery for any purpose and in any form is not permitted.
  8. No public message deemed essential for a group or individual to make informed decisions is allowed to falsely represent factual data including the deceptive usage of operational definitions not commonly understood by the audience receiving the transmission.
  9. The financial system cannot be used to enslave, control, or harm humanity.
  10. We reserve the right to use force to protect our own lives, or the lives of the innocent.


  1. Grievances must be submitted in writing to the appropriate party with specific claims, dates, and supporting evidence. Every attempt should be made by the accuser and the accused to resolve the issue within their Assembly according to their due process before it is submitted formally to the G.I.A. or the U.S. National Assembly.
  2. If the issue is elevated beyond the State or County Assembly, the accused must be given notice that a claim has been made against them with full transparency about the supporting evidence, specific accusations, damage done by the alleged actions, and proposed resolution.
  3. Both parties must be given the fair opportunity to present their case including testimony, recordings, emails, text messages, and any pertinent documentation that helps prove or disprove the accusations. Hard evidence must be unedited and presented in context to be considered irrefutable. Contradictory testimonies will be considered “hearsay” and not factored into any final decisions. 
  4. In the case of a non-criminal accusation, an unbiased mediator whom both parties agree to utilize will review the evidence presented, and compare against the allegations to conclude if the accused has committed the acts of which he/she has been accused. A resolution will be proposed, based on the evidence, and a vote will be cast by the members of the Assembly to support or deny said proposal.
  5. If the accusations are of a criminal nature, then a proper Grand Jury should be formed to investigate the accusations, discuss the irrefutable evidence privately, and present their findings with a resolution to the Assembly when their investigation is complete.

Deputy Director, Global Intelligence Agency