A Timeline of some Events that have Influenced the U.K.'s Common Law Constitution.

Hunter Gatherer culture in 'Great Britain', 'Doggerland' and 'Cheddar Man' in 8,000 BC - 'Early Mesolithic Age' or 'Middle Stone Age'.

Apparently around 6.000 BC 'Doggerland' is taken by the sea and 'Great Britain'. becomes an island and the 'Neolithic' and 'Bronze Age' brought farmers into 'Great Britain'.

Apparently around 4,000 BC there was vast migration from 'S.E. Europe' and 'Asia'.

Apparently around 2,500 BC the 'Beaker and Archery' Culture arrives and the 'Neolithic' population are replaced.

Tribes & Kingdoms around Great Britain & Ireland appeared to use unwritten spoken Law possibly similar to Brehon Law & Cyfraith Hywel

Elected wise Monarch's and Chief's were required to make Coronation Oaths to the communities they served.

The Fraud of English and British History.

The tribes or kingdoms of Britain attempted to fight off the 'Roman' Babylonian Empire's rule from around 55BC including Boudica's attempt in around 60AD.

Perhaps the Brits back then were too busy being stressed out, working too hard, watching sport, making babies, raising famillies, being entertained, doing their makeup, doing drugs, getting drunk, being distracted, squabbling, infighting and enjoying themselves too much, ... to notice the invading 'Babylon' takeover?

By 200AD a Levantine style of Christianity practised by some had somehow found it's way to Britain.

In 325AD the first Council of Nicaea took place, hosted by the Roman Emperor Constantine who helped create the Roman Church as a soft and covert version of the Roman Babylonian Empire, ...

From around 397AD the Roman Church started to establish themselves in Britain.

The Romans were supposed to have pulled out of Britain by around 420AD.

However it is claimed that some Venetian Black Nobility stayed in what is now known as the City of London.

In around 449AD Norse and Germanic tribes such as the Jutes followed by the Angles and Saxons, ... invaded the British Isles, ... pushing the remaining Brits into what is now known as Wales, Cornwall and Scotland.

In the 6th century, the Roman Church was judicially bonded to the Apostolic See of Rome, when Gregory the Great through his Benedictine and Roman missionary, Augustine of Canterbury, established a direct link from the Kingdom of Kent to the Holy See in 597AD.

Apparently the last High King of Britain, Cadwallon ap Cadfan died in 634AD. The remaining Britons held out in Cornwall until about 850AD and in the north of Wales until about 1283.

From 711 to 788AD the Umayyad conquest of Hispania resulting in the destruction of the Visigothic Kingdom marking the westernmost expansion of both the Umayyad Caliphate and Muslim rule into Europe.

In 751AD the Merovingian Kings of the Germanic Franks were deposed and replaced by the Church of Rome's Kingship of warrior kings including the Germanic Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne (800 to 814), which was made possible by a forged document called the Donation of Constantine.

The Vatican and it's Pope's claimed that they represented God on Earth. Many argued that this was the most extreme blasphemy and heresy. This appears to be one of the core threads throughout British history over the last 2,000 years that have contributed towards disharmony, struggles and wars. Stemming from this are the worldwide imperialist ambitions, clandestine corporate, banking and usury issues, where the Vatican's 1350 Papal Bull Unam Sanctum laid claim to the entire planet, the living beings on it and all the souls in perpetuity.

During the 880'sAD the Anglo/Saxon King Alfred the Great is known to have helped gather together all the good Law that was found left in Britain that is now known as our Common Law. Alfred is known to have wanted everyone in the kingdom to learn to read and write and learn the natural and Common Law principles, ...

In 1066 the Vatican backed Norman's also started to invade and occupy the British Isles and tried to kick the established natural and common law principles into the dust, impose their language and customs on the British including Feudalism and Roman civil 'law', ... and thence started their game of thrones in the British Isles, ...

With the Norman Invasion, the Anglo Saxon English rule was replaced to this day by the Norman/Vatican/'Illuminati' dynasties.

In 1169 the Norman Invasion of Ireland began with Henry, Duke of Normandy (King Henry II of England), received permission to invade Ireland from the papacy as a means of strengthening the Church of Rome's control over the Irish.

However Henry I (1100 to 1135) started to restore the Common Law through the Charters of Liberties 1100 also known as the Coronation Charter but there were still 'Welsh' and 'English', ... uprisings, rebellions & civil war against the Normans during Stephen's reign (1135 to 1154) but Henry II (1154 to 1189) started to curb the power of the Church of Rome in Britain which resulted in the alleged accidental murder of Thomas Becket, the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1170

The 'Lionheart' Richard I (1189 to 1199) however became obsessed with fighting the Crusades, ...

From 1203 onwards the Roman Church increased the brutal inquistions, where cruel and unnatural punishments were widespread.

Leading up to 1215 the whole community of the realm, including some of the barons, again got fed up with the Normans and rose up against the tyranny of Norman/Roman/Vatican rule and King John (1199 to 1216), who was believed to have abused men, women & children, raised excessive and unlawful taxes and rents to finance his wars, ... Again this resulted in a lawful nationwide uprising. The charter drawn up to provide remedy and restore the peace, law and order is known today as the 1215 Magna Carta and was used to reassert the natural and Common Law Trial and Annulment by Jury Constitution and is in fact recognised by many today as the written constitution. 

Also in 1215 the Court of the Kings Bench was re-established, that was supposed to be an independent, central 'court' used for appeals against a traditional Common Law Jury Trial. It was descibed as a 'Common Law Court' focused on equity, i.e. fairness and judged over by the King, the Exchequer, Chief Justice, Barons of the Exchequer and Chief Baron, ... also associated with curia regis, or King's Council, Court of Equity, High Court, Court of Chancery, Exchequer of Pleas, Court of Exchequer, Court of Common Pleas, Common Bench and now currently known as the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice

Since 1882 the High 'Court' now sits in the Royal Courts of 'Justice' at the Strand in London overseen by the Lord Chancellor, (keeper of the Kings conscience). They were supposed to be senior 'Courts' of Common Law with civil and criminal jurisdiction, and a specific jurisdiction to restrain unlawful actions by public authorities

Apparently the first Lord Chancellor was Angmendus in 605AD from the Kingdom of Kent. They were supposed to be the centre of royal power and national administration, consisting of the King, together with his advisors, courtiers, and administrators, although in England and Wales this was later delegated to Circuit Judges and the Lord Chief Justice with fourteen puny judges, exercising original jurisdiction and also jurisdiction for appeals from the County 'Courts' and other inferior 'courts', in practice being exercised by a division of the Queen's Bench only. The Upper Bench was separated into the Crown side & the Pleas side

Subsequent treasonous and unlawful Monarch's, governments and their advisors, ... have continued to try to usurp the Common Law Constitution which resulted in civil wars. In 1263 Londoners rose up against the bankers and Henry III's Queen Consort - Eleanor of Provence. This led to a warrior baron Simon De Montfort, a French nobleman and Vatican Crusader, who also seemed to have had it in for Jews and the Cathars of France, created the beginnings of our modern day central Parliament after the Battle of Lewes in 1264, with the Provisions of Oxford 1258 and Westminster 1259 and the Statute of Marlborough 1267.

During the Age Of Chivalry, after they had formed in 1119, the Knights Templar, who peaked at around 1226, apparently lost much power and authority between the years of 1307 and 1312.

Edward I (1272 to 1307) appears to have been another ruthless violent tyrant, delivering unlawful cruel and unnatural punishments, ... also becoming obsessed with fighting those across the Northen Border of England and taking part in the Crusades, ... with many of his successors not much better.

The Declaration of Arbroath 1320, which many claim to be Scotland's Constitution was in response to the brutal invasions, when Scotland was at it's most vulnerable, by the so called English, who at that time had been occupied by the Normans and Vikings since 1066. This Declaration appears to imply that the Scottish were descended from the lost Hebrew tribes and superceded the people and culture known to some as the Picts, ... The Scots also tried to drive out the Brits and defeated the Norwegians, Angles, Saxons, Danes, ... apparently to secure freedom from slavery, ...There are also claims that the Scots are related to the Scoti tribe of Ireland that sent missionaries to expand the Roman Church, ... around 563AD, although earlier missionaries are reported to have evangelised the Southern Picts from 397AD

Who are the British according to David Scott.

Between 1350-1550AD the Vatican and Popes enacted the Papal Bull Unam Sanctum and Cestui Que Trusts. The Papal bull laid claim to the entire planet, the living beings on it and all the souls in perpetuity (all Eternal Essence Embodied). The Cestui Que Trusts, of which there are three, make the foundations for the social security system, ... and are used to “track” your PERSON in the systems of slavery.

The Great Pestilence/Plague led to the oppressive 1351 Statute of Labourers and the unlawful 1380 Poll Tax on everyone over the age of 14, apparently to help pay for the '100' years war with France, ... There was a dishonourable, violent and unlawful crack down after 'Wat Tyler's' Rebellion during the reign of Richard II in 1381.

Unfortunarely Great Britain and the United Kingdom doesn't appear to have had a law abiding, humble, peaceful, honest and honourable Monarch or Parliament for hundreds of years.

Even so, in the UK the system is still described as a Constitutional Monarchy. This implies that the Monarchy is a position that is more than just symbolic and that the people's natural and Common Law Constitution is what should rule over and govern the Monarchy, Parliament and the nation at all times. 

The Lollard Movement, led by John Wycliffe were a threat to the Vaticans' rule and power. In 1395, the Lollards' demands included the reformation of Roman Christianity through the Twelve Conclusions of the Lollards.

The Protestant Movement with Martin Luther started growing and rebelling from 1517 against the Church of Rome's expanding empire and oppression and the ecclesiastical fraud, deception and tyranny and even more so from 1529 -1534 with the questionable Reformation of Henry 8th, ...

In 1534 the Church of England is reputed to have broken away and became independent from the Church of Rome.

Between 1547 to 1553 during the reign of young King Edward VI, the Church of England become more influenced by Protestantism, with the Latin mass replaced by the (English) Book of Common Prayer, some of the art and statues in church buildings were destroyed or replaced, and many Catholic practices which had survived during Henry 8th's reign ended.

In 1553, Queen Mary I, was determined to return the whole of England to the Church of Rome. However, Bloody Mary's executions of 300 Protestants by burning them at the stake proved counterproductive and was extremely unpopular.

Reginald Pole was the last Roman Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury who died in 1558.

In 1558 the Act of Supremacy made it a crime to assert the authority of any foreign prince, prelate, or other authority, and was aimed at abolishing the authority of the Pope in England. A third offence was high treason, punishable by death. The Oath of Supremacy, imposed by the Act of Supremacy 1558, provided for any person taking public or church office in England was to swear allegiance to the monarch as Supreme Governor of the Church of England. Failure to do so was a crime, although it did not become treason until 1562, when the Supremacy of the Crown Act 1562 made it a second offence of refusing to take the oath as treason.

Catholic worship with their Protestant neighbours was formally forbidden by Pope Pius V's 1570 bull, Regnans in Excelsis, which also declared that Elizabeth was not a rightful queen and should be deposed, formally excommunicated her and any who obeyed her and obliged all Catholics to attempt to overthrow her.

In 1588 there was an attempted invasion by the Vatican's Spanish Armada.

So distraught was Elizabeth over Catholic opposition to her throne, she was secretly reaching out to the Ottoman Sultan Murad III, "asking for military aid against Philip of Spain, ..."

In 1600 Queen Elizabeth I granted the London merchants of the English East Indian Company a charter, hoping to break the Dutch monopoly of the spice trade in what is now Indonesia.

In 1602 during the Dutch 80 years war for Independence from Spain the Netherlands became a republic and formed the Imperialist VOC Dutch United East Indian Corporation and the Vatican's Spanish Empire started to diminish.

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland came about in 1603 with the acceptance of a Joint Monarchy with a 'Scottish' Stewart/Stuart King James IV of Scotland becoming James 1st of Wales, Ireland and England too. On the 5th November 1605 it is alleged that the Jesuits/Vatican tried to blow up the entire government of the united kingdom including the King in Parliament. This led to the 17th century having plenty of disharmony & terror.

Shortly after the devastating English Civil War 1642-1651, the Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell established the British Republic and Commonwealth. However, his reign did include genocide in Ireland, ... and also helped the corporate global banking elite to try to take complete control of Britain, ... The Puritan's seemed to be very controlling and extreme and they didn't appear to appreciate others having much fun either. Cromwell died in 1658 & the Monarchy was restored with Charles II in 1660

In 1648, with the Peace of Westphalia the Vatican's Holy Roman Empire appeared to lose some of it's control, bringing nation states and temporary peace to Europe.

The 1665 'Great' Plague and The 'Great' Fire of London of 1666 helped the Crown Corporation rebuild the City of London from it's ashes and relocate the banking & corporate power centre from Amsterdam around the time that the Sabbatean Frankists got going.

In 1685, many people rejected the new Roman Catholic King James II of England and backed the disastrous Monmouth Rebellion which intended to remove the bankers and the Vatican corruption & tyranny by making the Duke of Monmouth to be the new King. This continued with the Whigs playing a central role the 'Glorious Revolution' of 1688 where the Dutch were invited to help replace James II with William and Mary. Whigs took full control of the government in 1715 and remained totally dominant until King George III in 1760.

It is claimed that the The Petition of Right 1627, the 1688 Declaration Of Rights, the 1689 'English' Bill of Rights and the 1700 Act of Settlement are other important parts of the British Constitution that have done a lot for the people. 

Some claim that in the British Constitutional Monarchy system, Her Majesty's Government i.e. Parliament, is sovereign. This obviously hasn't been very well thought through. It is self evident that sovereignty is with the people through the divine wisdom and is loaned to the Office of Monarch, as long as the Monarch keeps to 'their' Common Law Coronation Oath.

The 'Irish' Tory, Vatican and Jacobite Risings 1688 to 1746 apparently supported the Divine Rule of Kings rather than Constitutional Monarchy, ...

The central private Bank of England and the Jesuits City of London Crown Corporation State was established with the help of the Vatican backed William III of Orange in 1694. Apparently the Vatican supported William III & Mary due to their concerns that the 'Sun' King Louis XIV of France, also known as Louis the Great, was getting too powerful, despite France being recognised as a Roman Catholic country. The French also tried to ally themselves with James II, Scotland and Ireland, ...

The Act of Union's 1706 and 1707 deepened political unification of the United Kingdom, ... however the 1750's Land Clearances and the Inclosure Acts that began with the Norman/Vatican invasion and the 1760's Industrial Revolution hugely undermined farming and artisan workers and the 1787 Transportation Act continued to show that the government, in the guise of the Monarchy and Parliament were actually in the hands of the corporate banking maritime state, through the Vatican or Church of Rome, ...

In 1763 after the Treaty of Paris that ended the 7 Years War, the French Empire lost much ground.

Proper Common Law was and still should be the Divine Judgement coming through the consciousness of Jurists of a properly convened Common Law Jury of twelve that is in line with divine natural and common law principles. In around 1770 Sir William Blackstone attempted to start codifying Common Law by documenting Case Law.

In 1775 to 1783 the French, British, Dutch and Spanish, ... fought in the American Revolution.

In 1789 the French people had been sufferring through these wars with extreme poverty, heavy taxation, other exploitation and famine and so with a little help rose up against Feudalism, King Louis XVI and the aristocracy, ... in the horrifying French Revolution leaving France in much chaos.

In 1791 France had its first written Constitution. In 1792 King Louis XVI got arrested and in 1793 he and his wife Marie-Antoinette were sentenced to death and executed for alleged High Treason against the French nation.

The French/Italian/Corsican military leader Napolean Bonaparte seized power in France in 1799 and was very successful in the revolutionary wars helping to spread French liberialism across the world. In 1804 Napolean became Emperor of France.

In 1815 another bankers war took place at Waterloo.

The Industrial Revolution had also contributed to the Rotten Borough issues and international trade brought about the Corn 'laws', to try to make locally grown crops more competitive but ended up making food unaffordable to many, ...

16 August 1819 Henry Hunt called for social reform at St Peter's Field but unfortunately this lead to the shocking Peterloo Massacre that took place in Manchester in the UK.

In 1832 The British Parliament, unrepresentatative of most people in Britain, passed The Great Reform Act which helped to unite middle class property owners in the towns and rural areas but upset many of the working and middle class people who decided to form the Chartist Movement.

In 1837 Benjamin Disraeli became Prime Minister and from February 1874 – 21 April 1880

In 1838, the People's Charter was drawn up.

From 1838 to 1857 the Chartist Movement was organised throughout the United Kingdom and beyond.

From 1845 - 1851 there was a massive Irish genocide also known as the Potato Famine. 

In 1846 Sir Robert Peel, son of a wealthy textile-manufacturer, first prime minister from an industrial business background, founder of the London Metropolitan Police, the father of modern British Policing ethical requirements police officers, "The police are the public and the public are the police." , introduced a number of important modest reforms of the Conservative Party and British criminal law reducing the number of crimes punishable by death, and simplified the law by repealing a large number of criminal statutes and consolidating their provisions into what are known as Peel's Acts. 

The international banking cartel through their agenda of profit and control out of chaos and divide and rule brought us World War 1 in 1914, which led to another cull of the human race and ended the Gold Standard again in the UK.

In 1917 the Russian Revolution began.

Also in 1917 was the year of the Balflour Declaration and the creation of an Israeli state at the expense of the Palestinians.

In 1933 apparently the U.S.A. was made bankrupt & the receivers made the U.S. into a corporation.

The Spanish Revolution took place between 1936 to 1939.

In 1939 World War continued as WW2.

On August 10, 1944 a meeting of the principal German industrialists and S.S. officers was held in the Hotel Rotes Haus in Strasbourg, France to discuss that from now on, German industry must realise that the war cannot be won and that it must take steps in preparation for a post-war commercial campaign. Each industrialist must make contacts and alliances with foreign firms, but this must be done individually and without attracting any suspicion. Ever since, there has been an increasingly aggressive, covert and subversive campaign involving corporations, change agents, scientists and banks to help destroy sovereign nations from within and help build a World government, ... This was revealed in the US Military Intelligence report EW-Pa 128, ... also known as the Red House Report.

The widespread use of oil as fuel for engines and generators and the petro/plastic chemical industry was another step in the Industrial Revolution, but it was never just about profit and greed, even with the latest stage of the Industrial Revolution with computer automation, 5g, wireless 'green' energy, communications and Artificial Intelligence, it is ultimately about the control and surveillance of everything and everyone, including using eugenics and who has the say over the life and death of others, ...

The British Common Law Trial and Annulment by Jury Constitution was and should still be the highest legal authority over the British Commonwealth including the United Kingdom. This is real people power and a true peoples constitution by the people for the people with Divine principles. The solution to finding peace, remedy and justice, is for the masses to know, publicise and use the natural and common law principles at all times.