Randy Beane: No “Time” and a Message of Gratitude 11.22.17

by / Wednesday, 22 November 2017 / Published in Eternal Essence Embodied, HATJ

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Randy Beane: No “Time” and a Message of Gratitude 11.22.17

 

 

I recorded this call with Randy today at 1:08 PM PDT.
Randy talked about the addiction to time, humans have and the reality of “no time”

He also expressed a message of Expansive Gratitude.

 

 

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7 Responses to “Randy Beane: No “Time” and a Message of Gratitude 11.22.17”

  1. Jay J says : Reply

    It is great to hear Randy’s voice! Hang in there, Randy and Heather – you will be free – this chapter will be over and your lives will be better. Happy Thanksgiving.

  2. Tallison says : Reply

    Beautiful call from awesome Hearts!
    Heather was abducted on 7/25/17…The Mayan Day out of time! Quite significant I think!

  3. Brother says : Reply

    We pray daily for safety and for protection of heart and mind for Heather and Randy. Two utterly amazing human beings that give so selflessly. THANK YOU BOTH!

  4. Karen.L says : Reply

    “There is no discretion to ignore that lack of jurisdiction.” See Joyce v. US, 474 F2d 215. “A universal principle as old as the law is that a proceedings of a court without jurisdiction are a nullity and its judgment therein without effect either on person or property.” See Norwood v. Renfield, 34 C 329; Ex parte Giambonini, 49 P. 732.
    “Jurisdiction is fundamental and a judgment rendered by a court that does not have jurisdiction to hear is void ab initio.” See In Re Application of Wyatt, 300 P. 132; Re Cavitt, 118 P2d 846.
    “Thus, where a judicial tribunal has no jurisdiction of the subject matter on which it assumes to act, its proceedings are absolutely void in the fullest sense of the term.” See Dillon v. Dillon, 187 P 27.
    “A court has no jurisdiction to determine its own jurisdiction, for a basic issue in any case before a tribunal is its power to act, and a court must have the authority to decide that question in the first instance.” See Rescue Army v. Municipal Court of Los Angeles, 171 P2d 8; 331 US 549, 91 L. ed. 1666, 67 S.Ct. 1409.
    “A departure by a court from those recognized and established requirements of law, however close apparent adherence to mere form in method of procedure, which has the effect of depriving one of a constitutional right, is an excess of jurisdiction.” See Wuest v. Wuest, 127 P2d 934, 937.
    “Where a court failed to observe safeguards, it amounts to denial of due process of law, court is deprived of juris.” See Merritt v. Hunter, C.A. Kansas 170 F2d 739.
    “the fact that the petitioner was released on a promise to appear before a magistrate for an arraignment, that fact is circumstance to be considered in determining whether in first instance there was a probable cause for the arrest.” See Monroe v. Papa, DC, Ill. 1963, 221 F Supp 685.

    “Jurisdiction, once challenged, is to be proven, not by the court, but by the party attempting to assert jurisdiction. The burden of proof of jurisdiction lies with the asserter.” See McNutt v. GMAC, 298 US 178. The origins of this doctrine of law may be found in Maxfield’s Lessee v. Levy, 4 US 308.

    “A court has no jurisdiction to determine its own jurisdiction, for a basic issue in any case before a tribunal is its power to act, and a court must have the authority to decide that question in the first instance.” See Rescue Armyv. Municipal Court of Los Angeles, 171 P2d 8; 331 US 549, 91 L. ed. 1666, 67 S.Ct. 1409. “Once jurisdiction is challenged, the court cannot proceed when it clearly appears that the court lacks jurisdiction, the court has no authority to reach merits, but, rather, should dismiss the action.” See Melo v. US, 505 F2d 1026.

    “The law provides that once State and Federal jurisdiction has been challenged, it must be proven.” See Main v. Thiboutot, 100 S. Ct. 2502 (1980). “Once jurisdiction is challenged, it must be proven.” See Hagens v. Lavine, 415 U.S. 533. “Where there is absence of jurisdiction, all administrative and judicial proceedings are a nullity and confer no right, offer no protection, and afford no justification, and may be rejected upon direct collateral attack.” See Thompson v. Tolmie, 2 Pet. 157, 7 L.Ed. 381; Griffith v. Frazier, 8 Cr. 9, 3L. Ed. 471. “No sanctions can be imposed absent proof of jurisdiction.” See Standard v. Olsen, 74 S. Ct. 768; Title 5 U.S.C., Sec. 556 and 558 (b). “The proponent of the rule has the burden of proof.” Title 5 U.S.C., Sec. 556 (d). “Jurisdiction can be challenged at any time, even on final determination.” See Basso v. Utah Power & Light Co., 495 2nd 906 at 910. “Mere good faith assertions of power and authority (jurisdiction) have been abolished.” See Owens v. The City of Independence, 445 US 622 (1980). “A departure by a court from those recognized and established requirements of law, however close apparent adherence to mere form in method of procedure, which has the effect of depriving one of a constitutional right, is an excess of jurisdiction.” See Wuest v. Wuest, 127 P2d 934, 937. “In a court of limited jurisdiction, whenever a party denies that the court has subject-matter jurisdiction, it becomes the duty and the burden of the party claiming that the court has subject matter jurisdiction to provide evidence from the record of the case that the court holds subject-matter jurisdiction.” Bindell v City of Harvey, 212 Ill.App.3d 1042, 571 N.E.2d 1017 (1st Dist. 1991) (“the burden of proving jurisdiction rests upon the party asserting it.”). “Until the plaintiff submits uncontroversial evidence of subject-matter jurisdiction to the court that the court has subject-matter jurisdiction, the court is proceeding without subject-matter jurisdiction.” Loos v American Energy Savers, Inc., 168 Ill.App.3d 558, 522 N.E.2d 841(1988)(“Where jurisdiction is contested, the burden of establishing it rests upon the plaintiff.”).
    The law places the duty and burden of subject-matter jurisdiction upon the plaintiff. Should the court attempt to place the burden upon the defendant, the court has acted against the law, violates the defendant’s due process rights, and the judge under court decisions has immediately lost subject-matter jurisdiction. In a court of limited jurisdiction, the court must proceed exactly according to the law or statute under which it operates. Flake v Pretzel, 381 Ill. 498, 46 N.E.2d 375 (1943) (“the actions, being statutory proceedings, … were void for want of power to make them.”) (“The judgments were based on orders which were void because the court exceeded its jurisdiction in entering them. Where a court, after acquiring jurisdiction of a subject matter, as here, transcends the limits of the jurisdiction conferred, its judgment is void.”); Armstrong v Obucino, 300 Ill. 140, 143, 133 N.E. 58 (1921) “The doctrine that where a court has once acquired jurisdiction it has a right to decide every question which arises in the cause, and its judgment or decree, however erroneous, cannot be collaterally assailed, is only correct when the court proceeds according to the established modes governing the class to which the case belongs and does not transcend in the extent and character of its judgment or decree the law or statute which is applicable to it.” In Interest of M.V., 288 Ill.App.3d 300, 681 N.E.2d 532 (1st Dist. 1997) (“Where a court’s power to act is controlled by statute, the court is governed by the rules of limited jurisdiction, and courts exercising jurisdiction over such matters must proceed within the strictures of the statute.”); In re Marriage of Milliken, 199 Ill.App.3d 813, 557 N.E.2d 591 (1st Dist. 1990) (“The jurisdiction of a court in a dissolution proceeding is limited to that conferred by statute.”); Vulcan Materials Co. v. Bee Const. Co., Inc., 101 Ill.App.3d 30, 40, 427 N.E.2d 797 (1st Dist. 1981) (“Though a court be one of general jurisdiction, when its power to act on a particular matter is controlled by statute, the court is governed by the rules of limited jurisdiction.”);

    The constitutional requirement of due process of the law is indispensable:
    “A judgment can be void . . . where the court acts in a manner contrary to due process.” Am Jur 2d, §29 Void Judgments, p. 404.
    “Where a court failed to observe safeguards, it amounts to denial of due process of law, court is deprived of juris.” —Merritt v. Hunter, C.A. Kansas 170 F2d 739.
    “Moreover, all proceedings founded on the void judgment are themselves regarded as invalid.” Olson v. Leith71 Wyo. 316, 257 P.2d 342.).

  5. Jay J says : Reply

    So, I have been focusing and will continue to focus on the following (among other things):

    How do I feel when I click onto the I-UV website and the first article I see is a picture of Randy Bean smiling, surrounded by his friends and family, providing us a message of gratitude and happiness?

    (I feel great to see it, and I type a message thanking Randy for what he sacrificed for all of us)

    How do I feel and what do I do when I look inside the said article and see that, as well, Heather is now removed the “hats” she has worn for so long and has gone away to be with her family for quality time?

    (I feel wonderful and send an email to her that contains the simple phrase “Thanks, HATJ – UR THE BEST!”)

    How does it feel to look at my credit card balance and see the $8000.00 paid for the $2000.00 balance returned to me? What do I do when my CC company calls me to apologize for the mishap in all of this?

    (It is a great feeling, I advise the CC company that I appreciate all they have done, but they can keep the money – they seem to need it more than I do)

    How do I feel when I look on the news and see that some very famous people/ politicians/ lobbyists/ insiders are about to face justice for crimes committed? What do I do?

    (I feel absolutely amazing; I am quick to advise everyone I know that there is always seed time and harvest time, as yea shall sow, so shall ye reap; but let’s not get overzealous and demand blood and more violence.)

    How do I feel when my secret account (still pending verification) is connected, and as promised, the account always seems to replenish itself? What do I do?

    (The feeling is great, though I look forward to a time when we will no longer use money. I take care of a few personal things and then give a call to office of the mayor of Flint, Michigan. “About your water problem; How much will it cost to fix it?” I ask.)

    Driving a loved one around last night, we witnessed something streaking through the sky. That is going to be another story for another time. For now, RKB and HATJ, hang in there! Your sacrifice is appreciated!

  6. Bea Smith says : Reply

    This is beautiful. I’m glad to have heard this today,

  7. Evette says : Reply

    Why is all this Jurisdiction talked about please. Oh I see below. My friend Dusty introduced me to this energy and gratitude site.

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