Freedom Sovereignty Peace

Ama-gi koru-E Kininigen

Manifesto of Faith

out of knowledge.


What is faith? What is knowledge?

Isn't it the same thing?

If you don't KNOW, you have to BELIEVE without knowing if your belief is true.

We no longer need to believe anything because we know. Knowledge leads to faith in the form of an inner and clear alignment. We have written this down in our Manifesto of Faith.

Thus, it is faith paired with knowledge and more correctly our faith manfest should be called knowledge manifesto.


Out of the knowledge, the belief in the following knowledge- or belief-manifesto of us and our members takes place. In the correctness of the attained knowledge, which forms the basis of the Manifesto of Faith - bound with the inalienable rights to which every spiritually moral and living being of reason [human being] and sovereign is entitled.

Manifesto of Faith

We appeal to our free will and to the fact that every living, spiritually moral being of reason, popularly called man, is a spark and part of the Highest Source of All Being, without the legal interpretation of an animal-like being.

Just as perfect, perfect, omniscient, divine and whole - as the Supreme Source of All Being is itself, but made forgotten, in matter.

Just as free

and sovereign

and completely,

in self-responsibility - like the Highest Source of All Being.

As I am, so is my counterpart.

I am not above him and he is not above me.

I'm not worth more than him and he's not worth more than me.

No matter what job title he gives himself or what station he holds.

Thus we are all free men and women.

Forever endowed with the non-negotiable, inalienable rights.

To operate in the legal system, we use a mask, persona, to dive into.

We are NOT people. But have one.

We are NOT things.

We are NOT animal-like beings.

We do not have to and cannot be CHARGED.

We are NOT slaves without rights.

We are NOT serfs or in debt bondage.

We are not born here in sin, as eternal sinners to atone or to "learn."

We are perfect, eternal consciousness which, incarnated in a material body, originally wanted to experience polarity, not duality, in order to draw in love in and from matter.

We cast off the guilt shackle of other people's property - the person imposed by others.

We give ourselves a new name of our own as freemen.

Thus we return to the origin.

"Faith and knowledge behave like the two scales of a balance:
to the extent that one goes up, the other goes down."

Arthur Schopenhauer

Manifesto of faith? Why is this important for us?

Wikipedia quote regarding our Manifesto of Faith:

The Religious freedom is a basic and Human rightwhich allows every person to freely and publicly practice their personal individual beliefs in the form of a religion or ideology. This right begins in Germany with the religious maturity. This includes, in addition to the affiliation to a Religion or Weltanschauungsgemeinschaft also the cultic action according to its normative doctrine as well as its active propagation. In particular, it also includes the right not to belong to a religion, not to believe in a God (atheism) or to evaluate religious assumptions as undecidable in principle (agnosticism). The right of children who are not of religious age is laid down in Article 14, Paragraph 3 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Like any other fundamental right, freedom of religion can collide with other fundamental rights.

The freedom of religion is a classical part of the human rights guarantees in the International Law. It is laid down in Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights the UNO held:

Everyone is entitled to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance of a rite or manifesto of faith.

Freedom of religion is also enshrined in Art. 18 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (UN Covenant on Civil and Political Rights).

Positive religious freedom is the freedom of a human being to Religious community with a manifesto of faith, and to participate in ritual acts, ceremonies or other religious practices. This also includes the freedom to stand up for one's personal religious/ideological beliefs.

Negative religious freedom (Freedom from religion) is the freedom of an individual not to belong to or to leave any particular religious community with a manifesto of belief, nor to be forced or coerced to participate in ritual acts, ceremonies or other religious practices.

We are pleased that some "commercial grandmasters" are inspired by our knowledge and then incorporate it into their teachings. However, it would be honorable if you name the source for this and do not sell it as your own work, because otherwise it gives the appearance of unauthorized appropriation of other people's ideas. This has nothing to do with honor, dignity, truth, of which you speak in your courses.