August 9, 2021

The purpose of this document is to clarify and simplify the reason for and the procedures for establishing and ratifying your Assembly.  We are in a war and our purpose is to empower Assemblies, speed up the process of ratification and bring every Assembly into the fight we find ourselves in. The purpose of our Assemblies is to rise up and take action. 

Assemblies are formed to be the lawful governance for helping the people restore their lawful rights (water, land, forests, minerals, etc) and restore their communities.


Kimberly Ann Goguen is the Interim Head of State of Planet Earth. It is under her authority that we establish our Assemblies. She has secured our freedom and sovereignty from the Order that has held us in bondage for lifetimes. Now, in this moment, we have the opportunity to arm our rights as sovereign beings and establish a framework for self-governance and the restoration of this planet. 

We establish our Assemblies and access this Authority by signing the “Declaration of Independence for The Living Beings of Earth” . This document empowers us with this authority for the good of all living beings. State or Provincial Constitutions are established on this Authority. If there is a National Assembly, a State or Provincial Constitution derives its authority from the National Constitution & the Declaration mentioned above. This conveys the authority of the Nation to the State/Province, the State/County to the County and so on, and establishes the sovereignty of the State, County or City authority to exercise self-governance under, and if necessary separately from, the National, State or County Authorities. 

We sign the “Resolution of One Accord” as sovereign beings and enter into the social compact with every other living being. This includes Kimberly Ann Goguen, Life Force and the GIA. We are all inextricably bound in this transformation of the world as we currently know it. 


Establishing your Assembly is done in 2 parts: The lawful part and the operational part. The lawful part is what you will submit to begin the ratification process. The operational part is what you will execute to finalize your qualifications to be ratified.  This will be turned in as a checklist which we will provide.

If there is no ratified National Assembly, State/Provincial Assemblies will submit their ratification documents directly to the PGSD. County Assemblies submit to their State Assemblies for approval and the State will submit to the PGSD and so on down the line. Once a National Assembly is well established and ratified, States/Provinces will submit their paperwork to their National Assembly. 

What has changed? 

  1. There is no longer a time requirement for notification. When you complete the two components of ratification, you are eligible to be entered into the Hall of Records.
  2. All Ratification Packages will be submitted to the PGSD. We will have a portal for submissions available as soon as possible. In the meantime, packages can be submitted via email to
  3. You submit your lawful part of the ratification package along with the email for your Assembly Secretary (in the body of the email) and we will send an invitation to your Assembly Secretary to create an account on the PGSD for them to add your Assembly to the Assembly Registry (replacement for the publication with United Network News.)  If you have already been published on UNN then that will be sufficient.
  4. You check off your organizational items as you complete them.
  5. Once all items are complete your Presiding Officer or President will sign the submission form and the package will be submitted for review and submission to Kim Goguen for ratification.
  6. Disputes regarding your Public Notice of Existence can come in 2 forms:
    1. Individuals or government agencies, etc. – these disputes have no authority. The exception is if there is criminal conduct within the Assembly that is part of the dispute.
    2. Other Assemblies. If another Assembly is attempting to be ratified for the same role your Assembly is ratifying for, there will be a mediation panel convened to positively resolve the matter. 
  7. All ratification packages must be submitted according to the information on this page.  Outdated information will not longer be able to be accepted.
  8. You may use boilerplate bylaws, either provided by the PGSD (when published) or standard corporate documents you can find on the internet. It is recommended that if you use other than the boilerplate we are offering that you use a very minimal boilerplate to facilitate modifications as your assembly governance becomes active. 

Lawful Component

You establish your Assembly by meeting, deciding to create your Assembly, giving it a name and electing your officers. You can also determine your governance model (Hierarchical or Council for example) at this time if you choose. See the explanations in the “Definitions Document”.  You may use a digital signature for all documents.  

Notify PGSD via email that includes your lawful component that you have an Assembly Started and we will authorize your Secretary to add your Assembly to the PGSD Assembly Registry.  NOTE:  Assemblies will need to attend a meeting with the PGSD before addition to the Registry will be approved.  You can schedule a meeting here.

All documents should be on your Assembly Letterhead.

  1. Hold a Meeting to create your Assembly – minimum 3 people.
    1. Keep a recording and minutes for this meeting
    2. Vote on your Assembly Name
    3. Vote in your Officers
    4. Your Officers sign the “Declaration of Independence for the Living Beings of Earth”.
      1. Note:  The version in the LINK is a DRAFT of the Declaration – a copy of the Ratified Declaration will be sent separately to Assemblies for signing by their officers.
    5. Your Officers sign the  “Resolution of One Accord
    6. Your officers Sign a copy of the Minutes of the Meeting 
    7. Authorize your Secretary to add your Assembly to the PGSD Assembly Registry by Scheduling a meeting with the PGSD
    8. Create and vote on your Official Seal
  2. Open a Post Office Box for your Assembly.  If there are security issues in your Country or State/Province then you may use a courier service.  It is recommended that you vote on the interim address you will use for your Assembly.  This may be amended in the future should you open a PO Box or vote to use a different address of record for the Assembly.
    1. Put a signed copy of your Public Notice (Declaration) of Existence in an envelope and send it by registered mail (or courier service) to your Assembly PO Box or address of record.  DO NOT OPEN IT.
    2. You will submit a photo of the receipt for the registered or courier service mailing as proof and as part of your Lawful Components Package.

Operational Component

You will need to complete these components to be eligible for consideration for ratification.   We will provide you with a checklist that you will fill out as you complete the components and submit it, signed by your presiding officer to PGSD.

We will then assign a member of the Assembly Relations team to attend a public meeting and conduct an interview with you to verify your fully submitted package.  After the interview we will notify you of the outcome:  Submitted to Kim Goguen, or requiring additional components before it can be submitted.

The Components of your Operational Package are there to assure that you are able to keep good records and successfully operate your Assembly.

    1. A WEBSITE

      Assemblies need to be holding regular public meetings.  Weekly is recommended, but at least every 2 weeks.  These meetings need to be recorded and minutes created.  It is recommended that your secretary or historian gather the timestamps from the recording that match the entries in your minutes.  You should have:


      1. A Weekly Public Meeting Schedule and Posting on your Website
      2.  Public Meeting Agenda Form 
      3. Public Meeting Minutes Form 
      4. Public Meeting Recording & Indexing Process & Archive
      5. Agenda Submission Form (adding items to the agenda)
      6. Procedure for the public submit items for inclusion in the public meeting agenda
      Committees are responsible for analyzing and finding ways for the Assembly to return rights to the people and to remediate bad legislation for their various areas of responsibility.  You will need:
    1. A Policy for appointing Committee Members
    2. Committee Volunteer Sign-Up procedure and Form.
    3. Committee Listing with Members 
    4. Committee Assignment Tracking 
    5. Committee Report Records
    6. Assembly Committees
      1. Required
        1. Security
        2. Law
        3. Law Enforcement
        4. Treasury
        5. Health & Wellness
        6. Environment
        7. Family Services
        8. Needs Assessment
        9. Project Management
      2. Recommended Additional Assemblies 
        1. Communications
          1. PR Director
        2. Public Works
        3. Restoration Team
    1. A Member Onboarding Process/Plan
    2. A Membership Application
    3. A Membership Application Form
    4. A Membership Listing
    1. A Grievance Handling Policy & Procedure
      Reference the GIA GRIEVANCE POLICY 
    2. A Grievance definition 
    3. A Grievance Submission Form
    4. Grievance Listing w/status
    You should have basic accounting procedures in place to track Transactions, Incoming funds, outgoing funds, and a balance sheet.

    1. Project Submission Form 
    2. Project Assessment Policy/Procedure
    3. Active Project Listing 
    4. All Project Listing (internal)
    These could be County, District, City, Township, etc.

    1. Assembly Charter & Evaluation Plan
      This is your instructions and steps/procedures for getting County or City Assemblies started and evaluated for submission to the PGSD. 
    2. Submission Process 
    3. Submission Form 
    4. Submissions Listing 


    There are additional items added to the operational portion of the ratification package, but the majority can be handled via forms on your website. Most form creation systems provide listing and printing functionality. 


    de jure Lawful, of the law, having a right or existence as stated by law
    one  People in general, a collective of like minded people
    charter  a formal statement of the rights of a people, or of an organization or a particular social group



    • A Copy of the Meeting Minutes for your Organizational Meeting showing: 
      • the election of your officers, 
      • the election of your Assembly Name, 
      • The adoption and ratification of your Assembly Seal
      • the vote to adopt the Declaration of Independence for the Living Beings of Earth as your Assembly Charter, 
      • the vote to adopt the Resolution of One Accord as your Social Compact
      • Minutes signed by your Officers
    • A Declaration of Independence for the Living Beings of Earth signed by your Officers
    • A signed Resolution of One Accord from each of your Officers
    • A Copy of your Letterhead IF IT WAS NOT used for your Minutes, Declaration of Independence, or the Resolution of One Accord.
    • Ensure that your Assembly is listed in the PGSD Assembly Registry
    • A Photo of the Registered Mail Receipt (or Courier Receipt) for the mailing (to yourself) of your sealed Public Notice (Declaration) of Existence


      • Website  _________________________
      • Public Meeting (day/time) ___________________________
        • Publicly Available Recordings
        • Minutes
        • Agenda
        • Posted on Website
        • Agenda Submission Process & Form
      • Committees Created
        • Avg Committee Members (per committee) _____
        • Committee Onboarding/Appointment Plan
        • Committee Volunteer Sign-Up procedure and Form.
        • Committee Listing with Members 
        • Committee Assignment Tracking 
        • Committee Report Records
        • Restoration Team Created (members) ______
      • Total Members _________
        • A Member Onboarding Process/Plan
        • A Membership Application
        • A Membership Application Form
        • A Membership Listing
      • Grievance System In Place
        • A Grievance Handling Policy & Procedure
        • A Grievance definition (what is a grievance, types) 
        • A Grievance Submission Form
        • Grievance Listing w/status
      • Accounting System
      • Projects Management 
        • Project Submission Form 
        • Project Assessment Policy/Procedure
        • Active Project Listing 
        • All Project Listing (internal)
      • Member Assemblies ____ (how many)
        • Assembly Charter & Evaluation Plan
        • Submission Process 
        • Submission Form 
        • Submissions Listing
      • Bylaws Written and Voted On