Alabama Set To Eliminate Marriage Licenses, Including No Ceremony, Officiant Required -- 'Minion' Plan Strikes Again

Alabama Goes Scorched-Earth Over Same-Sex Marriage, Votes to Eliminate Marriage Licenses and Weddings Altogether

The Alabama House of Representatives just passed a bill that is a slap in the face to marriage equality. Since gay weddings are to be on equal footing with straight ones, Alabama will make all weddings meaningless.

Lawmakers have decided that Sections 22-9A-17, 30-1-5, 30-1-12, and 30-1-16 of the Code of Alabama should be amended to abolish any requirement that couples getting married obtain marriage licenses — or have even have wedding ceremonies at all. Now, those wishing to marry can just fill out some forms, submit them to the probate office, and emerge as spouse and spouse. Easy peasy.

The bill now heads to Gov. Kay Ivey’s (R) desk to be signed into law.

Related: The bill also would end the requirement that a marriage be “solemnized” by a minister or another person qualified to do so. Albritton said he thought it was appropriate to separate that religious component of marriage from the state law ... The House passed the bill, by Sen. Greg Albritton, R-Range, by a vote of 67-26. It had already passed the Senate. [source]
Just waiting on Gov. Kay to O-Kay it...

No ceremony, no minister, no license. None of that "Do you take this woman/man as your lawfully wedded wife/husband" and saying the "I do's" anymore. No just fill out some papers and done deal. Call it marriage...or call it whatever you want to call it apparently. Non-specified open arrangement between agreeing parties subject to amendment until further notice.

And does this not make possible the same type of arrangement between three or four or however many 'agreeing parties'. You want to 'marry' five or ten and everyone gender-identify differently everyday and just let the gender-fluidity flow wherever it wants to? Well, whatever you want it's your business who can tell you otherwise just fill out the paper and everybody sign good to go. - What would be the difference? There would be no difference at all. Seems very likely that this will be the 'natural development' of the new system once it gets going. They do think everything thing through thoroughly - this we know - in the quest to build the new androgynous-transgender-world-order of baphomet-oneness.

Note the LGBT crowd is opposing because they claim the real intent is only to de-legitimatize gay so-called marriage. Fact is the real intent is far more devious than that. The real intent is to dehumanize 'the masses'. Remove the sanctity of marriage, in essence taking away marriage altogether, the masses of so-called 'sheeple' become just that in reality. No distinctions of any sort between people, all are to be nothing more than just simply 'minions'.

No doubt that is exactly where this is going. Alabama about to set the precedent. Man, woman, deluded-confused - does not matter. All the same, no distinctions of any sort, dehumanized androgynous minions for would-be novus-ordo-seclorum 666 servitude. They have no other plan.

No individuals in the new androgyne world order...only 'minions' i.e. the 'slave class' - link
Do not consent strongly recommended. Be not "dehumanized" aka minionized. Ever.

Rev. 18:4
Proverbs 10:28 'The hope of the righteous shall be gladness: but the expectation of the wicked shall perish'


Christsfreeservnt said...

I am confused about this a little. If there is no marriage license, then what is the purpose of the paper work? What does that get them? And, I may have missed this part, but will all marriages eventually be null and void? Is that the goal? And, what does that mean for tax purposes? Or, how would that impact people living on Social Security who are getting half of their spouse's benefits? Just thinking ahead here, wondering what this is going to look like.

tom m. said...

The legal issues of marriage will not be changed by this.

What is changing is what will be required to fulfill the legal requirements to get married. When this becomes law, the only requirement will be to fill out a form, and sign it. That's all. It's essentially diy (do it yourself) marriage.

What is world-changing imo about this is that it removes the sanctity of marriage, making it nothing more than a perfunctory legal matter. That is the whole thing right there. This dehumanizes it.

Anonymous said...

It's all about FREE LOVE - LGBTQ, etc. ("Do as thou wilt"). 1 Tim. 4:1-3, "Forbidding to marry and commanding to abstain from meats..." These are both demonic doctrines - indicators of the end times. Now it is being reported in the news. Ephesians 6 - full armor of God!

BTW, "abstain from meats" is a reference to the requirement of a 'vegetable diet.' It is a well known fact that a 'vegetable diet' renders the body more susceptible to spiritual forces than a meat diet. That is why we see being a 'vegan' pushed today as the healthy way to live. Those who practice New Age, Yoga, Meditation/Christ Consciousness, and various other Eastern Religions promote and practice veganism. It's all tied in together.

tom m. said...

to anon (above),

re: "It is a well known fact that a 'vegetable diet' renders the body more susceptible to spiritual forces than a meat diet"

Well known fact? Somehow missed that one myself. No shortage of hamburger-eating spiritually-deluded out there. They're everywhere in fact. Agenda 21 is vegan though - they want to make people eat bugs. It's cheaper to produce than meat, no pasture land needed, no water for that land, etc..

People that choose to eat vegan as opposed to people forced to eat vegan - this would be two different groups.

Non meat diet, forced on people, would seemingly make people more passive though - as they would be weaker physically generally. Weaker physically, easier to control. That would make sense.

Anonymous said...

It's all about enlightenment!

"Recently at the International Yoga Festival in Rishikesh, India, I was lucky enough to attend a talk on yoga and vegetarianism by Sharon Gannon, the founder of Jivamukti Yoga. Apart from her role as a yoga teacher, Sharon’s an accomplished animal rights activist and author of the book, Yoga and Vegetarianism: The Diet of Enlightenment. Attending Sharon’s interactive discussion helped me to further integrate my path of yoga and vegetarianism."

tom m. said...

To anon (directly above):

re: "It's all about enlightenment"

Enlightenment? 'Take heed therefore that the light which is in thee be not darkness' - Luke 11:35*

Promoting yoga and your favorite yoga-teacher - that is off topic here, but nonetheless, to answer, real sorry to read your comment. To practice yoga is to practice Hinduism. Yoga cannot be separated from Hinduism. Hinduism is an anti-Christian religion. Which means doing yoga is an anti-Christ religious activity. Maybe you know these things. The word itself - yoga - is a Sanskrit word which means 'union' or 'yoke'. To do yoga then, by definition, means the yoga practioner is entering into union (or a yoke) with the spirit of the Hindu religion... whether they call it Brahman, or the spirit of the universe, or "enlightenment", etc.. All the yoga poses, the actual physical positions (the breathing too), are designed so that the yoga practitioners open themselves to that spirit...for it to come in.

That spirit they are joining themselves to is not what they think though. The Bible calls it the 'spirit of antichrist' [1 John 4:3], or the 'prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience' [Eph. 2:2].

Yoga is a deception. A false light, a false spirit. This is the reality. You may not like that. It is true regardless. Do the research.

Not going to go more into it here though. Here is a good link (ex-yoga devotee) to start that research if interested, or for any other that may read this:


*For the light that is not darkness; see: John 8:12

Linda said...

The Lord my God will enlighten my darkness. KJV Psalms

The word enlightenment is an example of how Biblical symbols and words have been highjacked.

tom m. said...

to Linda,

re: enlightenment (christian usage)

Hebrews 6:4-6 "For it is impossible for those who were once enlightened, and have tasted of the heavenly gift, and were made partakers of the Holy Ghost, And have tasted the good word of God, and the powers of the world to come, If they shall fall away, to renew them again unto repentance..."

The above passage has always been controversial - the reason being is that it seems to say that a person can lose their salvation - which then brings the argument as to whether this is true or no. But what is most always, if not always, missed is that the word used is 'enlightened'. The word enlightened does not mean 'regenerate' i.e. 'born again'. There is a difference. In short, it is possible to be 'once enlightened' without ever being truly 'born again'.

Ye must be born again - John 3:3,7

Kingdom Of Jehoshua Messiah said...

Marriage is of God. State marriage licenses do not make a marriage, Infact they are unbiblical and weren't required until 1929. Before that, many Americans got married without one especially prior to the 1900's.

tom m. said...

The new requirements will not be marriages 'before God'. No officiant - or minister - is even required. Nothing needed but a self-declaration.

Another thing... on "Jehoshua Messiah" -

That is not the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ (as even the woman at the well in Samaria knew - John 4:25-26)

That name is a talmudic-judaized denial of the name of, i.e. a rejection of the person of, Christ Jesus the Lord

...and is to be rejected absolutely - Rev. 3:8