Thursday, February 18, 2010

Stop Swearing Oaths

[I am posting this article again as I believe it is the main source of political and religious problems (WAT)]

January, Two Thousand, and Three

Many of us have never understood the implications of swearing an oath.
Most of us at one time or another have sworn oaths, and most of us don't really understand
the implications of such an action. In many instances, government forms and ones from other entities shove papers in front of us to be attested to by a sworn statement.

I had recently read an article that essentially stated that all of us enter the jurisdiction
of the government entity when we swear an oath. I was a bit startled and taken by
surprise by the idea of someone inadvertently stepping into their jurisdiction by
the taking of an oath.

I went through some of the Old Testament and compared it to the New Testament
and I observed the following:

Leviticus: 19:12

And ye shall not swear by my name falsely, neither shalt thou profane the name of thy God: I am the LORD.

It appears here that if one were to swear falsely, that it would be a major offense against
God. Do you really know for sure if your IRS form was filled out correctly? I know
that those who file don't have a clue whether the form is accurate, yet they readily sign the
return because they think it is their duty to do so. Many people now who do file in spite
of the ever increasing knowledge about the fraud of the income tax, continue to swear
falsely, whether they know it or not, that the form is correct under the penalty of
perjury. But wait, if one doesn't owe the tax, why would anyone put any numbers in
the boxes at all? It isn't just about the income tax. There are many other issues one
can swear to, and by doing so may put a man in the position of swearing an oath to something that is false. By doing so, one profanes the name of God. Most of us have sworn
these oaths by mistake. And we can correct our actions by admitting our errors and
by not doing them anymore.


30:2 If a man vow a vow unto the LORD, or swear an oath to bind
his soul with a bond; he shall not break his word, he shall do
according to all that proceedeth out of his mouth.
How many of us have understood that swearing an oath on an IRS form would bind our souls to a bond? Now we are obligated by this bond to perform accordingly. The "person" must function according to the bond, regardless of whether a mistake has been made. Of course, I understand that we've been deceived, however, the problem is still there. This puts an undue burden upon the man or woman. I don’t like the idea of binding my soul by swearing an oath to anyone or anything. Therefore, I will not do it any longer.
New Testament
Matthew 5:33-37
33 Again, ye have heard that it hath been said by them of old time, Thou shalt not forswear thyself, but shalt perform unto the Lord thine oaths:

The Messiah knew the implications and the dangers of swearing oaths and the obligations they set upon mankind.

34 But I say unto you, Swear not at all; neither by heaven; for it is God's throne:

Here is the remedy. Just don't do it. "Swear not at all." Why can't the "Christian" community get this? Pastors in most "churches" stand by and watch their people file income tax returns when they know or should know that the act of giving an oath is against the message of the Messiah. Pastors don't want to rock the boat because they themselves have signed on to the beast by making themselves non-profit corporations which really isn’t necessary for any church in the first place.

35 Nor by the earth; for it is his footstool: neither by Jerusalem; for it is the city of the great King.
36 Neither shalt thou swear by thy head, because thou canst not make one hair white or black.
37 But let your communication be, Yea, yea; Nay, nay: for whatsoever is more than these cometh of evil.

James 5:12

5:12 But above all things, my brethren, swear not, neither by heaven, neither by the earth, neither by any other oath: but let your yea be yea; and your nay, nay; lest ye fall into condemnation.

Let's look for a moment at the statement at the IRS 1040 in the "Sign Here" section.

IRS Form 1040:

Under the penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this return, and accompanying
schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, they are true, correct, and complete. Declaration of preparer (other than taxpayer) is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge.

1. "Under the penalties of perjury,": This becomes a sworn document when it is signed.
If a person makes one mistake on the form, he can be criminally prosecuted and would
have to prove that he didn't lie. Most people are confused and don't know that
this tax does not apply to them. If they fill it out, they are not telling the truth. So
if a man/woman fills out this return and fully complies with the IRS's agenda,
they are lying on the record. Assuming the tax code applied to all of us, to swear
an oath that the forms and schedules are correct, even to the best of one's knowledge,
puts a person in an extremely compromising position because "ignorance of the law is
no excuse." One is also put into a position of testifying against himself and issuing a
sworn document that could possibly incriminate himself in the future. Signing an
IRS form under the penalties of perjury violates the most basic rights of a free man.
And on top of all that, one is binding his soul to it.

2. "I declare that have examined this return....." Did you? Really? When you filed the
return, do you really know what you were doing? Did you know all the ins and outs
of over 9000+ pages of tax code? Do you really know if you are subject to the tax code?
Do you know if you are a U.S. citizen? Do you really understand the territorial jurisdiction of the US Code? Did you really have "gross income"? Did you really know if you had taxable income? Did you know for sure if you are an "employee" or an "employee"? If you get 100 CPAS together in one room, with the same information on an example of a taxpayer, no one will come up with the same answer, yet people readily sign these returns under oath when they have no clue as to what most of they mean. Most of have used "professionals" relying upon them to know whether or not these returns are "true and correct". Then we bind our souls to this nonsense by signing the 1040.

3. "...they are true, correct, and complete": How would you know? The fact is that there
are very few if any people who could lawfully swear to that statement. If you swear
that the return is true, when you aren't sure if you owed the tax, you become a liar.
Are you going to swear that the returns are correct? How would you know that?
What if you're wrong? How are you going to prove that you aren't a liar?

Are they complete? Is the so-called "tax professional" competent? You really don't know that either, since most of us aren't aware that these codes don't apply to us in the first place. What if you forget a form or a schedule? How are you going to prove that you didn't lie?

Do you really want to put your signature, which is coming from your mind and soul
onto a document that has a high probability of falsehood and error? If you're a
Christian, do you want to disobey the clear statement of the Messiah? If you're not
a Christian, do you want to bind your soul to a bond based upon a fraud? If you are
an atheist, why would you swear an oath to a god that you don't believe in? However, this is a choice that one has to make in the face of a lot of adversity from "government" circles. We are continually pressured to give up our signatures on papers that we don't really understand.

Before you give up your signature or swear any oaths, consider what it is that you are
doing. A man cannot be compelled to do an act which he thinks is an act against the wishes
of God.

Walter Allen Thompson has a new book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land


  1. Your information seems true but we can't get out of paying taxes. Or signing forms to get a job or various government forms. There should be a prayer we can say for each other so God would forgive us for having to participate in society. And until a movement or act of God abolishes paying taxes and signing forms we will have to continue to do so. The only alternative to not participating, would be to starvation, homeless or end up in prison. I don't think God wants that.

    1. I'm not sure that is what God wants but those of us who are reading these things or have read this in scripture seem to be being led down that road. Regardless I thank the blogger for his sincere and clear words. But all in all each side wants us damned.