***** note*** Some of the video referenced for visions that are linked in topic are before my Conversion to Orthodox Judaism. There are and references that reflect that. We all have to start somewhere. These videos were part of my start to finding Torah. Take would is the certain of the #pomegranate and leave the exocarp….. although #funfact … the exocarp has #healthbenefits as well such as fatty acids, various amino acids, and many vitamins******
Vision from Merciful HaShem! April 19, 2023 5783
I was at work. It was a normal sunny beautiful bright day. Business was as usual with meetings and works to be done. A normal lunch and talking with friends and life was “normal”. Time came for me to leave for my drive or walk home.
I was warned (reminded) by a friend not to go up a certain highway or freeway because that’s where the Martial Law , zone was. I remember asking “is Marshall law over all of the city ? ” They answered, ” no, remember only specific areas. And it’s up the highway so don’t go up that way.” I answered in agreement, “OK.”
I headed towards going home, at least the smart one of me did.
The exercise of government and control by military authorities over the civilian population of a designated territory.
Martial law is an extreme and rare measure used to control society during war or periods of civil unrest or chaos. According to the Supreme Court, the term martial law carries no precise meaning (Duncan v. Kahanamoku, 327 U.S. 304, 66 S. Ct. 606, 90 L. Ed. 688 ). However, most declarations of martial law have some common features. Generally, the institution of martial law contemplates some use of military force. To a varying extent, depending on the martial law order, government military personnel have the authority to make and enforce civil and criminal laws. Certain civil liberties may be suspended, such as the right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures, freedom of association, and freedom of movement. And the writ of Habeas Corpus may be suspended (this writ allows persons who are unlawfully imprisoned to gain freedom through a court proceeding).
In the United States, martial law has been instituted on the national level only once, during the Civil War, and on a regional level only once, during World War II. Otherwise, it has been limited to the states. Uprisings, political protests, labor strikes, and riots have, at various times, caused several state governors to declare some measure of martial law.
Martial law on the national level may be declared by Congress or the president. Under Article I, Section 8, Clause 15, of the Constitution, Congress has the power “[t]o provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress insurrections and repel Invasions.” Article II, Section 2, Clause 1, of the Constitution declares that “[t]he President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, when called into the actual Service of the United States.” Neither constitutional provision includes a direct reference to martial law. However, the Supreme Court has interpreted both to allow the declaration of martial law by the president or Congress. On the state level, a governor may declare martial law within her or his own state. The power to do so usually is granted in the state constitution.
Congress has never declared martial law. However, at the outset of the Civil War, in July 1861, Congress ratified most of the martial law measures declared by President Abraham Lincoln. Its martial law declaration gave the Union military forces the authority to arrest persons and conduct trials. However, Congress initially refused to ratify Lincoln’s suspension of the writ of habeas corpus. This refusal created friction between Congress and the president and raised the question of whether unilateral suspension of the writ under martial law was within the president’s power. The Supreme Court reviewed the issue and ruled in Ex parte Merryman, 17 F. Cas. 144 (1861) (No. 487), that only Congress had the power to suspend the writ of habeas corpus. After Congress approved Lincoln’s suspension of the writ in 1863, Union forces were authorized to arrest and detain Confederate soldiers and sympathizers, but only until they could be tried by a court of law.
The martial law declared by Lincoln during the Civil War spawned another legal challenge, this one to the military courts: ex parte milligan, 71 U.S. (4 Wall.) 2, 18 L. Ed. 281 (1866). Lamdin Milligan, a civilian resident of Indiana, was arrested on October 5, 1864, by the Union military forces. Milligan was charged with five offenses: conspiring against the United States, affording Aid and Comfort to rebels, inciting insurrection, engaging in disloyal practices, and violating the laws of war. Milligan was tried, found guilty, and sentenced to prison by a military court.
Although the habeas corpus petition had been suspended, the Supreme Court accepted Milligan’s petition for a writ of habeas corpus. The Supreme Court held that neither the president nor Congress could give federal military forces the power to try a civilian who lived in a state that had federal courts. Milligan firmly established the right of the U.S. Supreme Court to review the propriety of martial law declarations.
The next large-scale martial law declaration took place 80 years later. On December 7, 1941, the day that Japanese warplanes bombed Pearl Harbor in what was then the territory of Hawaii, Governor Joseph B. Poindexter, of Hawaii, declared martial law on the Hawaiian Islands. The governor also suspended the writ of habeas corpus. The commanding general of the Hawaiian military assumed the position of military governor. All courts were closed by order of the military governor, and the military was authorized to arrest, try, and convict persons. Under Poindexter’s martial law order, approved by the president, the military courts were given the power to decide cases without following the rules of evidence of the courts of law, and were not limited by sentencing laws in determining penalties.
In February 1942 the Department of War appointed General John L. DeWitt to carry out martial law in California, Oregon, Washington, and the southern part of Arizona. In March 1942 DeWitt announced that the entire Pacific Coast of the United States would be subject to additional martial law measures. Later that month he declared that all alien Japanese, Germans, and Italians, and all persons of Japanese descent, on the Pacific Coast were to remain inside their home between 8:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m..
These martial law measures were challenged by criminal defendants shortly after they were put in force. In Duncan v. Kahanamoku, 327 U.S. 304, 66 S. Ct. 606, 90 L. Ed. 688 (1946), the Supreme Court held that the military tribunals established under martial law in Hawaii did not have jurisdiction over common criminal cases because the Hawaiian Organic Act (31 Stat. 141 [48 U.S.C.A. § 532]) did not authorize the governor to close the courts of law when they were capable of functioning. In Duncan the Court ordered the release of two prisoners who had been tried and convicted of Embezzlement and assault by military courts.
In other cases the High Court was more tolerant of Civil Rights deprivations under martial law. In Hirabayashi v. United States, 320 U.S. 81, 63 S. Ct. 1375, 87 L. Ed. 1774 (1943), the Court upheld a curfew placed on Japanese Americans during the war, on the ground of military necessity, and in korematsu v. united states, 323 U.S. 214, 65 S. Ct. 193, 89 L. Ed. 194 (1944), the Court justified the random internment (imprisonment) of more than 110,000 Japanese Americans during the war.
At least one governor has used martial law to enforce state agency regulations. In 1931 Governor Ross S. Sterling, of Texas, sent Texas National Guard troops into east Texas oil fields to force compliance with limits on the production of oil and an increase in the minimum number of acres required between oil wells. The regulations had been drawn up by the Texas Railroad Commission with the approval of the Texas Legislature, but similar regulations had been enjoined (stopped) by a federal court just four months earlier. In 1932 the Supreme Court invalidated Sterling’s use of martial law, holding that it violated the constitutional due process rights of the property owners (Sterling v. Constantin, 287 U.S. 378, 53 S. Ct. 190, 77 L. Ed. 375 ).
Another governor declared martial law in response to an assassination and rumors of political corruption. In June 1954 Albert Patterson, a nominee for state attorney general in Alabama, was shot to death on a street in Phenix City. Alabama governor Gordon Persons declared martial law in Phenix City and dispatched General Walter J. (“Crack”) Hanna and the Alabama National Guard to take over the city. Hanna appointed a military mayor, and the troops took control of the county courthouse and city hall. The troops physically removed certain officials from the courthouse and city hall, seized gambling equipment, and revoked liquor licenses.
Martial law usually is used to try to restore and maintain peace during civil unrest. It does not always yield the desired results. In May 1970, for example, Ohio governor James Rhodes declared limited martial law by sending in National Guard troops to contain a Kent State University protest against the Vietnam War. Four protestors were shot and killed by the troops. In a case brought by their survivors, the Supreme Court held that the governor and other state officials could be sued if they acted beyond the scope of state laws and the federal Constitution (Scheuer v. Rhodes, 416 U.S. 232, 94 S. Ct. 1683, 40 L. Ed. 2d 90 ).
Martial law is generally an act of last resort. Courts will uphold a decision to use troops only if it is necessary and proper.
Moving on with the vision:
The obedient smart one of me went home and was greeted by my family and we had a normal evening. But, the curious and I would even say dumb part of me forgot and took a ride with some of my military friends on huge military 7 ton or and transporters.
In the 7 ton and transporter, I was in full military uniform (Marines… Yut!) with full gear. At this point I believe I was only 2 miles from where I was at work.
When I left work, I could see or look over the city from the 7 ton. I was shown and could see that there were cement blocks that had been placed in order to section off certain parts of the city. Those sections did not allow any non-military or governement vehicles to enter or cross. Each part of a city was in clearing sections in order to control hot spots of danger.
There was a huge holding facility.
For those who have been violating the laws, they were rounded up. The order in the facility, resembled to the El Salvador prison round up of MS13 demons.
(I beleive I was shown this is what was happening. Gang memebers of every level were being rounded up. I pray this is true and that their towers of evil will knocked down as well)
People were being round up because they were the rioters and the thieves and those causing lawlessness. This huge building was for processing them was a temporary prison.
The dumb and the curious me was separated from the criminals. They (the other dumb ones) were apprehended for not following Martial Law. They were not arrested so to speak, but given strong warnings and instructions not to violate Martial Law again. They were just being questioned and would most likely be released after they were cleared. (Quick reviews, investigations, and trails were going on I believe.)
Apprehended were those who had violated laws, like the criminals and such by the plants. Those who no one knew they were officers or agents with the military.
Another vision :
Last time, this was similar when there were areas of chaos there were also areas of peace. In those areas a peace, were protected by G-d Blessed be He, because G-d always protects His righteous areas and He keeps us who love Him safe.
On the other hand, there were areas where there was chaos. Those completely unsafe those are the areas will be under martial law. The areas that are having huge lawlessness and chaos will be placed under martial law and surveillance.
For how long? Maybe 3 to 6 months.
Strongholds must be broken down and thrown down in order to return law and order
The key To restore law and order.
(this will be said in the news release, by the President. The real President)
Provision will be given out for those suffering or who were not able to prepare for lock downs. Something like handing boxes of food door to door or church lines of food distributing.Tweet
Some might panic………. don’t .
Some will test the system, ……. you shouldn’t.
You won’t like the consequences to your curiosity or your immature nature and acts.
Some will only read or hear about the troubles of other lands or cities or maybe some city states, but martial law for the country?
I don’t think so but I don’t know .
Quick Ops? …….Yes
Marshall law? Yes
Worldwide wonders? …….Yes
Many will witness the swiftness of the operations and know that G-d has sent Law and Order through His Champion……
Let the Trumpets Call!
Sound the Shofar!
The L-rd of all has restored Nations to Peace!
What I found surprising is….
Many of those who we thought “normal” tested Martial law ,did so because they thought the people that they knew were just “normal people too” “everyday people”, but in reality those people were really agents.
Planted (for lack of better word) in certain areas to test hotspots or potential dangers and do risk assessments. This planting of agents, allowed a review and tested sights for danger zones, that would be later implementing the Martial laws, that was currently going on in this vision.
I thought this was interesting, so I guess that it is a note ***** even if you think someone was very quiet or peaceful, when it comes to this Martial law in an area ………….they’re not your friends and they have a job to do.***** so don’t be offened, be useful which is to be ……. out of the away!
Today’s vision notice is complete.
Thank you Merciful HaShem, for allowing us to meet this day.
(closing comment, Blessings After Reading The Torah, and Priestly Blessing and all sources are hyperlinked.)
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I Pray others got something out of this Portion, Tanakh Bible Study, and Spiritual Torah Teaching.
Until next time, let us close with…..
The Priestly Blessing
And HaShem our G-D spoke to Moses, saying: “Speak to Aaron and his sons, saying, ‘This is the way you shall bless the children of Israel. Say to them:
“The L-d bless you and keep you;
The L-d make His face shine upon you,
And be gracious to you;
The L-d lift up His countenance upon you,
And give you peace.” ’
“So they shall put My name on the children of Israel, and I will bless them.”
In HaShem and HaShem’s alone Mighty Glorious Name.
Forever and Ever
O’Amein and O’Amein.
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