Three Core Principles of Informed Consent

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These three core principles of informed consent are important to understand as they correlate to the tipping point that must be reached for the human Collective Consciousness to be awakened into the thresholds of accepting the higher frequency reality.

However, legally defined valid Informed Consent has three components;

  • a. disclosure of the information in a truthful way to make an autonomous decision,
  • b. the mental capacity to comprehend the information and form reasonable judgments on the consequences,
  • c. and the voluntary action to exercise decisions without external pressures such as coercion, manipulation and deception.

As more people can comprehend their personal rights in Universal Law, they can exert that personal power to become more flexible and open to receive the clarity around the larger unpleasant truth behind world events. As they begin to perceive more of the true nature of reality pushing past denial and fear, they rise to support the collective human demands for full disclosure, demanding to know the truth no matter how ugly it is. When people go beyond fear and denial, and stand up for the ethical treatment of humanity and the earth, they are willing to accept responsibility, petitioning for the truth to be known as based in Universal Laws. And this directly applies to examining evidence and continually asking for Informed Consent in everything that impacts our mind, body and spirit, and in our world.

Given the importance of Informed Consent for the protection of Human Rights and as an ethical doctrine, it is applicable to Universal Laws in the petition of demanding factual truths of accurate events to be revealed to the human population in the event of full disclosure. At this time on the planet earth in the larger global events designed for world slavery and extradimensional entities genocidal agendas, informed consent in this larger context is non-existent. Therefore, all people interested to serve the disclosure movement can benefit through the comprehension of the higher principles of informed consent and the lack thereof, to open dialogue on the ethical implications this has made against the human race, as the demand for full disclosure grows stronger and becomes more unified. At this point, the lack of informed consent as the result of non-disclosure of true and accurate events on this planet, establishes gross negligent abuse, which can directly lead to multiple species genetic annihilation as well as other devastating consequences. [1]

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See Also

Full Disclosure Event

Self-Determination