Capitis Diminutio

Regarding the use of “i, ” and the use of I:

Doesn’t the character “i” look a bit like a man/woman with a head attached? And if you write the capital I by hand, doesn’t it look a bit like a decapitated man/woman, with arms sprawled out?

Capitis Diminutio Maxima: FIRSTNAME LASTNAME
indicates a maximal loss of status or a being maximally capitalized upon;

Capitis Diminutio Media: Firstname LASTNAME
indicates a medium loss of status or a being somewhat capitalized upon;

Capitis Diminutio Minima: Firstname Lastname
indicates a medium loss of status or a being somewhat capitalized upon;

Suijuris: firstname lastname
a self-governing man/woman who does retain all rights of a man/woman and has not agreed to duties/responsibilities in exchange for benefits/privileges

Many of us have been trained, subliminally and overtly, to diminish our own status from that man/woman with full rights, directly below the creator, into acting as a fictional title or an agent for a fictional corporation (an entity which exists only in imagination/in the 2D realm of paper); we’ve been trained to think our freedom lies in being “an employee” or “a CEO” or “parent” (pay-rent); trained to think that we gain by calling i, a being below the creator, a fictional title.

But what if we are born free as the property primarily of the creator/universe, and secondarily the man and woman we call mother/father, and remain free until we contract/agree to take on duties and obligations?

On the land which is sometimes referred to as “Canada”, traditionally the mother/father sign a “Registration of Live Birth” which is the registration of a birth event and not the registration of their property (in this instance, the son/daughter) as property of another man/woman or the dead entity known as government.

So when someone tries to require you to do something, do you have a contract with them? If no, you remain free.