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Notice to all allegiants of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II
  -  February5th 2002 A.D.


Notice to all allegiants of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II
The meaning, duty and performance of sworn Oaths

Dear public servant and oath bound agent of her majesty Queen Elizabeth the second, it is essential in the performance of my function of a minister of God under the Queens provisions of 176 of the Canadian Criminal code that I ensure the integrity of the men or women I stand before in the law courts or ministerial official status. I do this in defense of the Christian faith and in lawful duty to point out those who would commit a grievous fraud and treason upon her majesty's integral and hallowed system of justice.

I am minister of God Edward-Jay-Robin: Belanger ( Of my religious belief no capitalization or alterations of my name are allowed to be attached to any document or to be associated with any bifurcation of my name)of the Heatherdown ecclesia of the Church of Ecumenical Redemption International near Onoway Alberta do provide you with this part 1. Of my notice as part of my function in my calling as a minister of God and of good faith to all who need know..

It is important that you avail yourselves of this information as of the CBC Airing of the Coronation Ceremony on February sixth 2002.
Please take notice and read the following. This is follow up to a notice in the Edmonton Journal December 19th to all allegiant's of her majesty:

TO all private parties acting publicly as oath sworn allegiants of Elizabeth the second, by the grace of God of the United Kingdom, Canada and her other realms and territories Queen, head of the commonwealth, defender of the faith, and all private parties acting publicly or private, relying on oath sworn allegiants to the Queen so mentioned for their professional advise or oath sanctioned protection. Re: The meaning of that sacred oath of allegiance, and statement of faith may be viewed by contacting Edward-Jay-Robin: Belanger c/o Onoway Alberta or 1-780-967-3915.
Edmonton Journal, Area Code 780


Oath: A solemn attestation of the truth or inviolability of one's words.
Given with intent. We apply meaning and significance to our words. Often giving of them with loud verbal attestations incorporating divine language to make these words even more weighty or important. To some extent 'oaths' are verbal or formal contracts formed by intent between one or more individuals as a way of clearly stating our intent to fulfill a promise or execute a specific action.
Each of us has at some point engaged in the exchange of an oath. In that moment we probably poured into that promise all of our intentions of fulfilling that promise. Intent. Intent is meaningless. The exchange of words is easy, they can be patterned to exact dimensions to seem or appear to be whole, valid and good things. But, they are just words. It is the veracity behind the words that defines the individual.
We elevate 'oaths' in our society primarily because the exchange or promise that they involve is perceived to be of significant importance by all involved. In ancient times an oath or a giving of one's word was the same as or as binding as any written form. An oath requires belief coupled to sustained consistent action. It is expected that if an oath is given, that such an oath will stand in lieu of or as visible demonstration of the 'strength' of the individual taking it.
Oaths become important in the Dominate submissive world for they are readily accessible visible representations of the value of an individual's 'word'. One of the most crucial D/s foundations is trust. In attempting to discern if an individual is worthy of trust it becomes important to look at how they have lived their life. If an individual does not value their own word, and are eminently capable of mouthing words merely to reach a goal then that individual is actively demonstrating traits of untrustworthiness. Often this same individual will be very capable of defining why such 'oaths' have failed. The words will sound full and reasoned. But...through the breaking of their own oaths they have demonstrated that their words are meaningless, therefore their reasons and justifications are meaningless too.

This does not take a lessening in moral and ethical standards by the individual. It requires a strengthening. Those with tenuous ethics most often venture within this world intent merely on seeking illicit sexual titillation, free rein to express abusive conduct, and a desire for one sided sexual, mental and physical gratification. They do not wish to see themselves in this role so often they have created elaborate self-delusional justifications for the taking of these actions. They often have a need to see themselves as worthy and frequently will invest themselves in the identity of a Dominant in order to entice a submissive into offering to them devotion and attention that they are unable to receive from those who know them well and understand that they are less than worthy. However, the evidence is visible. If a violated oath exists then the individual is unworthy of trust.
A submissive must trust. Their life literally is placed in a vulnerable position through the expression of this relationship. Therefore it becomes crucial for a submissive to coldly (without emotion) evaluate the veracity of any individual they meet whom they may invest or place this trust upon. It is a matter of life and death. Those blending into this lifestyle without being truthful seldom care whether they injure, damage or destroy another person as long as their needs are fulfilled or met.
Old oaths take precedence over current needs. If a given oath has become functionally dead then it is incumbent upon the individuals involved in that oath to express the value of their ethical standards by withdrawing (formally) from the oath in an honorable fashion. Maintenance of the worth of your personal word is the maintenance or expression of your strength as an individual. There is a 'right' way to do things. If the binding that holds you involves the raising of children, remember that you voluntarily chose to bring those children into existence and that nothing relieves you of the responsibility to abide by your oath or promise of support to them for the duration of their childhood. Look to the completion or closure of your oaths rather than the violation of them if you wish to be worthy of trust or respectability by others. Measure those you are interested in by their actions. If their actions match their words then you have a better chance of them being truly worthy of your trust.
If a submissive is willing to 'give up' their family, spouse and children for a Dominant then they are expressing a failure of personal oath no different from that of a Dominant who engages in D/s relationships as affairs while violating the integrity of their bound oath to spouse and family.
A collaring is yet another form of bonded or given formal oath. The desire by both people to engage in this oath and to have that oath be meaningful in any way requires for their word to be sound. Those who enter and leave oaths casually express disrespect for the ideal, measure and worth of the lifestyle and the choices of those who base it on TRUST, HONOR, RESPECT and personal INTEGRITY!
CHAPTER XXII.From the Westminster Confession of faith
Of Lawful Oaths and Vows.
I. A lawful oath is a part of religious worship, wherein upon just occasion, the person swearing solemnly calleth God to witness what he asserteth or promiseth; and to judge him according to the truth or falsehood of what he sweareth.
II. The name of God only is that by which men ought to swear, and therein it is to be used with all holy fear and reverence; therefore to swear vainly or rashly by that glorious and dreadful name, or to swear at all by any other thing, is sinful, and to be abhorred. Yet, as, in matters of weight and moment, an oath is warranted by the Word of God, under the New Testament, as well as under the Old, so a lawful oath, being imposed by lawful authority, in such matters ought to be taken.
III. Whosoever taketh an oath ought duly to consider the weightiness of so solemn an act, and therein to avouch nothing but what he is fully persuaded is the truth. Neither may any man bind himself by oath to any thing but what is good and just, and what he believeth so to be, and what he is able and resolved to perform. Yet it is a sin to refuse an oath touching any thing that is good and just, being imposed by lawful authority.
IV. An oath is to be taken in the plain and common sense of the words, without equivocation or mental reservation. It can not oblige to sin; but in any thing not sinful, being taken, it binds to performance, although to a man's own hurt: nor is it to be violated, although made to heretics or infidels.
V. A vow is of the like nature with a promissory oath, and ought to be made with the like religious care, and to be performed with the like faithfulness.
VI. It is not to be made to any creature, but to God alone: and that it may be accepted, it is to be made voluntarily, out of faith and conscience of duty, in way of thankfulness for mercy received, or for obtaining of what we want; whereby we more strictly bind ourselves to necessary duties, or to other things, so far and so long as they may fitly conduce thereunto.
forbidden in the Word of God, or what would hinder any duty therein commanded, or which is not in his own power, and for the performance of which he hath no promise or ability from God. In which respects, monastical vows of perpetual single life, professed poverty, and regular obedience, are so far from being degrees of higher perfection, that they are superstitious and sinful snares, in which no Christian may entangle himself.


Will you discriminate against me as a Christian Minister and prejudice my ability to fair defense, for my exhibition of faith in Christ Jesus and her majestys' defense of his government by ignoring your duty to that oath?

Please consider your subscribing to this oath in it's entirety

I, ...................., do swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Queen of Canada, Her Heirs and Successors. So help me God.

Please tell me if one does not believe in God if is it a harm to by that oath enforce the laws of God?

Sincerely offered in performance of a function of my calling as a Minister of Jesus Christ

Edward-Jay-Robin: Belanger

C/o Heatherdown ecclesia The Church of the Ecumenical Redemption International near Onoway Alberta, no code




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