Lawful and Legal




What is legal is of “form”, what is lawful is of “substance” (Blacks Law 1st Edition).
That which is legal has been formed by man. A legal entity has been formed by man. 
That which is lawful is of substance/essence and is a creation of God. A lawful man is of substance/essence.

Natural Person: Any human being who as such is a legal entity.. (Amon v. Moreschi, 296 N.Y. 395, 73 N.E.2d 716." Max Radin, Radin's Law Dictionary (1955), p. 216).

What is legal is of “form”... therefore a “legal entity” is an entity of form.
Since "any human being who as such is a legal entity",  a human being is of form as well. 

Human. Of the form and characteristics of man. (From Ballentine's Legal Dictionary 3rd Edition).
Form. The antithesis of substance; the appearance or superficial aspect rather than the substance or the essence. (Ballentine's Legal Dictionary 3rd Edition).

Natural Person = human being = legal entity

Legal entities are a conception of man; they are known in legalese as legal fictions. 

The creation of a civil or legal person out of a thing, the investure of a chattel with toga civillis, may be an achievement of the imperial power, but it is beyond the compass of an American congress. Congress must first emancipate the slave, before it can endow him with the rights of a citizen under the constitution, or impose upon him the responsibilities of a legal person, or compel him to pay money, or part with liberty. United States v. Amy, 24 Fed.Cas.792, 794 #14,445 (1859).
The creation of a legal person also creates responsibilities and liabilities for this new legal person... responsibilities and liabilities due to a nation/country, which is also a legal entity.

Legal is defined as"the "undoing of God’s law” (1893 Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, Encyclopedia Britannica, a dictionary of arts, sciences and general literature / The R.S Peale 9th 1893).


James 4:12 There is one lawgiver, who can save and destroy: who art thou that judgest another.

Ecclesiastes 1:15 That which is crooked cannot be made straight: and that which is wanting cannot be numbered.
A fiction and a lie can never be a reality and a truth. That which is empty cannot be measured or counted.