Trail Of Evidence That Leads From Maine’s Original Constitution To The Commission Of Maine Judges

Courtesy of Lise from Maine

“First of all, in the Constitution of the State of Maine (original) in Article IX, Section 3 it states: “SECT. 3. All Commissions shall be in the name of the State, signed by the Governor, attested by the Secretary or his deputy, and have the seal of the State thereto affixed.”

In order to understand “who” is supposed to be commissioned then it is very important to know the definitions of commission and judge so I went to inspect the various years (1843, 1856, 1877 and 1914) of Bouvier’s Law Dictionary and Noah Webster’s dictionaries (1828, 1854, 1859).

By the way, I collect old dictionaries and continue to pick them up on my travels.

Definitions are very, very important to understand.

In the 1914 Bouvier’s Law Dictionary the definition of “commission” states in part: “Letters-patent granted by the government, under the public seal, to a person appointed to an office, giving him authority to perform the duties of his office. The commission is not the appointment, but only evidence of it, and, as soon as it is signed and sealed, vests the office in the appointee; judges assigned to certain duties are appointed thereto by commission…”

Take particular notice of the words “vests the office.”

That is the function of a commission. No commission = no office = no judicial powers = no immunity = “mere” employee.

This is vital to comprehend.

In the 1750 “The New Law Dictionary” by Gile Jacob the definition of “Letters patent” states in part: “Sometimes called Letters Overt, are Writings of the King fealed with the Great Seal of England, whereby a Perfon is enabled to do or enjoy that which otherwife he could not; and fo called, becaufe they are open with the Seal affixed, and to be fhewn for Confirmation of the Authority thereby given.”

Back in those days the letter “s” was expressed by the letter “f.”

In the 1914 Bouvier’s Law Dictionary the definition of “judge” states in part: “A public officer lawfully appointed to decide litigated questions according to law. An officer so named in his commission, who presides in some court.”

In the 1828 Noah Webster’s dictionary the definition of commission states in part: ” The thing committed, entrusted or delivered; letters patent, or any writing from proper authority, given to a person as his warrant for exercising certain powers, or the performance of any duty, whether civil, ecclesiastical, or military.”

In the 1828 Noah Webster’s dictionary the definition of judge states in part: “A civil officer who is invested with authority to hear and determine causes, civil or criminal, between parties, according to his commission.”

In the 1780 first Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in Chapter III, Judiciary Power it states in part: “Art. 1. THE tenure, that all commiffion officers fhall by law have in their offices, fhall be expreffed in their refpective commiffions. All judicial officers, duly appointed, commiffioned and fworn, fhall hold their offices during good behaviour, excepting fuch concerning whom there is different provifion made in this Conftitution.”

1780 Constitution of Massachusetts, click here.

In those days the “s” was expressed by using an “f.”

It may be difficult to read but it says what it says. All judicial officers are commissioned officers.

When I first discovered the “commission” in 2007 after seeing Article IX, Section 3 in the original Constitution of the State of Maine and after discovering the definitions of commission and judge in the various dictionaries, I decided to go to the Archives in Augusta, Maine and see if I could get copies of some commissions. I came home with a stack of old dead judges’ commissions and began to study the significance of it.

It was a relative of mine, who shall be nameless, that initiated my investigation of the commission.

I then went to the law libraries to examine laws to see if the word commission was mentioned in any of them. I found plenty of laws stating that judges must be “learned in law (common law), of sobriety of manners, must be appointed, commissioned and qualified as provided by the constitution.”

Since 2007 I have been investigating various aspects of the creation of the State of Maine (original – 1820)) and the changes that took place over time, and I have found plenty of fraud and treason.

My upcoming book will explain some of this.

Hope this is helpful.

Thank you!

Lise from Maine”

Thank you Lise for your years of intensive research.

For more information on this subject type in “Lise from Maine” in the search section of this blog. Lots of information and discussion in the comments section.

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  1. Keep up the good work, Lise. What’s the worst thing that could happen? That the people discover that all court orders in the latter years are null and void?

  2. Does a Municipal corporation have the authority to grant Letters Patent? Does an Administrative Hearing Officer require a commission from his corporate employer? Is he not a “mere employee”? Has Maine’s original Constitution been replaced/modified since its inception?

    Maybe this is part of the problem getting a Citizens common-law Grand Jury to function with a corporate administrative hearing. Oil & water?????

  3. [Please do not post my email address!!]

    It is incorrect to say “In those days the “s” was expressed by using an “f.” ” The difference is subtle, but is there. The bottom loop of the “s” is the reverse of the bottom loop of the “f”. Also in print type, there is a small piece omitted from the “s”. Check it out.

    Good investigation and important for the People to know. I believe there is also a description of a proper commission that says it must be signed by both the governor AND the Secretary of State must counter-sign it (unless Maine differs from other states). Today, most commissions are signed by the governor and the governor’s secretary, which is not valid. It is supposed to be by 2 elected officials.

    The other part is the acceptance, which is swearing or affirming by the individual receiving the commission, who first takes an oath or affirmation, then signs (before a notary or witnesses), and then records such, usually with the Secretary of State or else some other place of public record for anyone to examine it. Sometimes, it was framed and hung on the wall of the courtroom, in the case of a judge.

    These were the steps for one to “qualify” for office. Lacking qualification, one did not hold office, and the office was considered vacant. Two Vermont Supreme Court cases emphasized these facts: Courser v. Powers, and Houston v. Russell. There was another, but I cannot remember it right now. Things are different today, as apparently NONE of Vermont’s judges have proper oaths or commissions, in fact, some have neither an oath nor a commission!
    (Which makes them imposters/frauds.)

    I believe every state’s constitution was altered/rewritten at least once beginning around 1790-1793 (or later for those states who joined later) when the corporation UNITED STATES took over and every state became a part of the corporation. This is why our God-given unalienable birthrights are ignored; we are considered part of the corporation (as the all-caps name), and the corporation’s chief aims seem to be to make money on us (we are just considered chattel) and to make war, another way it makes money, except there is no money, only notes of debt as the corporation appears to be a poor manager for the people, only for those “in the know”. I believe the term is “racketeering”.

    Sign me “A. Factseeker”

  4. Comment from “A. Factseeker”

    It is incorrect to say “In those days the “s” was expressed by using an “f.” ” The difference is subtle, but is there. The bottom loop of the “s” is the reverse of the bottom loop of the “f”. Also in print type, there is a small piece omitted from the “s”. Check it out.

    Good investigation and important for the People to know. I believe there is also a description of a proper commission that says it must be signed by both the governor AND the Secretary of State must counter-sign it (unless Maine differs from other states). Today, most commissions are signed by the governor and the governor’s secretary, which is not valid. It is supposed to be by 2 elected officials.

    The other part is the acceptance, which is swearing or affirming by the individual receiving the commission, who first takes an oath or affirmation, then signs (before a notary or witnesses), and then records such, usually with the Secretary of State or else some other place of public record for anyone to examine it. Sometimes, it was framed and hung on the wall of the courtroom, in the case of a judge.

    These were the steps for one to “qualify” for office. Lacking qualification, one did not hold office, and the office was considered vacant. Two Vermont Supreme Court cases emphasized these facts: Courser v. Powers, and Houston v. Russell. There was another, but I cannot remember it right now. Things are different today, as apparently NONE of Vermont’s judges have proper oaths or commissions, in fact, some have neither an oath nor a commission!
    (Which makes them imposters/frauds.)

    I believe every state’s constitution was altered/rewritten at least once beginning around 1790-1793 (or later for those states who joined later) when the corporation UNITED STATES took over and every state became a part of the corporation. This is why our God-given unalienable birthrights are ignored; we are considered part of the corporation (as the all-caps name), and the corporation’s chief aims seem to be to make money on us (we are just considered chattel) and to make war, another way it makes money, except there is no money, only notes of debt as the corporation appears to be a poor manager for the people, only for those “in the know”. I believe the term is “racketeering”.

    “A. Factseeker”

  5. Hi!

    I agree in that it was an incorrect way to express it but how many people would have understood what I said about the “s” being expressed by an “f” if I had said it in another way?

    I attempt to not “lose” too many people about my research as I do have a tendency to do that by overwhelming many of them with too much information.

    Thanks for the insight. Very interesting!

    NONE of the so-called judges have a commission today here in Maine. None at all. They are “administrators” ONLY enforcing the “will” of the state (the roman civil god) in the state-wide fake courts and not the “will” of the people.

    I have no idea about the court system and the “judges” in Vermont. Did not investigate Vermont issues.

    Have you?

    If you have, how about sharing with us on this forum what you have discovered?

    Do you have those court cases (link?) that you mentioned? I would love to read them.

    I agree about the corporation part.

    Our whole system of government (republics) has been “turned upside down.”

    Thank you for your comment.

    Lise from Maine

  6. Hi!

    Responding to Dottie’s questions:

    Municipal corporations have no delegation of authority to issue a letters patent (commission). ONLY the Governors and the President of the United States are authorized to do that.

    An Administrative Hearing Officer is not required to have a commission. He is nothing more than a “mere” employee who must follow directions of a supervisor, etc.

    The Constitution of the State of Maine has been replaced in 1875 that went into effect in 1876, one hundred years after the American Revolution.

    It was “codified” (roman civil law as opposed to common law) whereby the new constitution is “under” the control of the fake judicial and legislative departments.

    This is fraud and treason as both departments originally operated “under” the original constitution, and none of them could alter the said constitution. A constitution is changed by amendment which is “added” to the original constitution.

    My book will explain this.

    Grand Jury is an “arm” of the courts, and the legislature is authorized to make laws in how to organize one plus the “petit” jury, trial by jury of the vicinity (see Declaration of Rights).

    Hope this is helpful.

    People need to be careful when dealing with Grand Juries as it could land them in jail.

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  7. Hi Leon,

    Yes, all so-called court orders are null and void. It is all a fraud.

    An “administrator” has no delegation of authority to issue a court order.

    There aren’t any genuine, constitutional (original), commissioned judges operating today here in Maine.

    They are all impostors.

    Furthermore, there aren’t any county courts, within and for the county (local control), operating here in Maine.

    They are all state-wide fake courts whereby the “administrators” enforce the “will” of the codified state (1875), the roman civil god.

    Nice to hear from you, Leon.

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine


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