>What is The Natural Law?
The Natural Law is the law that consists of certain "laws" that all humans must follow in order for there to be peace and order in the world while simultaneously no world leaders.
>Does that mean anarchy? Oh, but isn't anarchy basically chaos with no rules?
No. Anarchy is without rulers, not rules. It is the opposite of chaos. The more systematic laws we have, we are enslaved, which brings chaos. If you have internal anarchy, you will have external monarchy. But if you are a sovereign being with principles, you will have internal monarchy, which will result in external anarchy.
>So does that mean the natural law is just how nature works?
Not quite. It is in fact, the only law that actually works without being a slave to anyone. Man's law, which is any law in the world, will always result in slavery. Natural law, however, is the laws that we have to follow in order to not get negative consequences from the nature because we didn't follow them. Basically, punishment. In other words, karma. The reason that Man is not allowed to create laws is because the 1% of the "elite" do not have the right to tell us what to do or what not to do. Nature has created us, therefore nature will decide.
>Here is the difference between the Natural Law and the Man's Law:
>https://imgur(Please use archive.today)/a/MAT5RYD
Bear in mind, the seminar will explain and elaborate these points in detail. Don't worry if you don't understand everything at once.
>What do I need to do now?
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