lexica Lexica → Phrase → divine trust


Letter namedee

Definition for divine trust
Phrase:divine trust
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Source Language:Latin

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a purely spiritual Trust validly registered into the Great Register and Public Record of One Heaven containing actual spiritual form as well as Divine property administered by the Treasury of One Heaven as Trustees in accordance with the sacred covenant Pactum de Singularis Caelum as sacred Deed for the Benefice of a Divine Person. A Divine Trust is the highest possible form of Trust and unique as the only possible type of Trust that can hold actual Form, rather than the Rights of Use of Form being Property. A Divine Trust is formed when a Divine Immortal Spirit, being part of the Divine, agrees with the Unique Collective Awareness to be recognized as a unique member of the Divine in accordance with the sacred Covenant Pactum De Singularis Caelum. Into the Divine Trust is then placed one unit (1) representing one unique Divine Immortal Spirit and Mind, one unit (1) representing the unique energy, life experience and creation from the beginning and one unit (1) representing all regrets, debt, mistakes, destructive acts from the beginning. These three units are collectively known as Divine Form