This course guides students through the process of creating one's own private, mission society to hold family estate assets privately and/or build an active society to complete good, sustainable works in the community and world. Status correction is not required to enter and complete this course, and you may wish to correct your status down the road when the whole notion is more clearly understood.
Sarah Westall Interviews Ken Cousens and inquires about the nature of a private society, how it works and what are the benefits in using this legal structure to provide protection, privacy and more.
kenneth scott describes how the world works to a group of open minded people who do network chiropractic work with a practitioner Michael Whelan in Orange County, California. This talk describes a good amount about how the world system works, and what ken and PanTerra D'Oro Private Society offer, with education from Gemstone University. https://www.gemstoneuniversity.org/ https://panterrapca.org/
Sarah Westall interviews Ken Cousens of Panterra D'Oro Private Society. Ken explains the private society model and how and why Panterra is using that structure to create a new template for society.
Public vs. Private: To understand the federal zone is to understand that it is the domain of the public. It is also referred to as the corporate, statutory jurisdiction. Since 1933, after the formal bankruptcy of the United States, everything has been rearranged so that all public entities from a corporation to federal, state and local agencies and structures of government, to every home, property and person, is a sub-division of the master corporation, the UNITED STATES.
SC and ES = Status Correction and Estate Structure. These are the two premium courses that are offered at Gemstone University. Jolly asks ken some questions that other people have asked her about Gemstone University and what it offers. A big question from many people is about the Estate - what is it? How was it created? Can one access it? All helpful questions to get to some answers. Recorded in May 2016
In an estate, which can be seen as a form of a trust, the control of the corpus or assets is determined by a will of the testator. If there is no will, then the estate is considered “intestate”. In normal terms an estate is what is left when someone dies and passes on his or her assets to heirs and beneficiaries. This is what most people think of when they hear the word estate.