Your legal UPPERCASE NAME is the name that the government uses to identify you. Most of us have been conditioned to think that our legal names are actually who we are. In reality, our legal names are not who we are because each of us is a man or woman with a body made of flesh and blood.

UPPERCASE NAMES are not real, living and breathing people, but instead are symbols of things (FICTION, non-beings). In legal terms, names are artificial persons which are corporations. In other words, your legal name represents the corporate name that is used by the government to identify you.

The evidence that names are artificial persons can be found in the legal definition of the word NAME. Black’s Law Dictionary (6th edition) defines the word name using these exact words: “The designation of an individual person, or of a firm or corporation.” The word corporation is defined by the same law dictionary as, “An artificial person or legal entity created by or under the authority of the laws of a state.” Based on the definitions in this paragraph, in law, a NAME can be a corporation which is an artificial person.

Syntax is the way in which words and punctuation are used and arranged to form phrases, clauses and sentences. ...Syntax is also known as the study of the rules that must be followed to create well-formed phrases, clauses and sentences.

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Proper nouns such as your name should only be spelled with the first letter capitalized only. ... Corporations are spelled with capital letters. That is right your name in all capital letters is a corporation set up for you by the UNITED STATES Corporation. Another truth is that your Federal Government is a Corporation.

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Nouns name people, places, and things. Every noun can further be classified as common or proper. A proper noun has two distinctive features: 1) it will name a specific [usually a one-of-a-kind] item, and 2) it will begin with a capital letter no matter where it occurs in a sentence.

Punctuate Your Given Name

NOTICE: You must puncuate your name in order for your given name be a fact not an adjective pronoun (FICTION).

Examples of punctuated names:

John: henry-doe


:John-Henry: Doe


What is an adjective pronoun?

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