What is Seven Alpha (7A)

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Three Keys (Symbolism)

The three keys represented in Seven Alpha™ are 'Death', 'Hell', and 'The Grave'.

Physically there are three component Seven Alpha™ keys to access security, which may be kept together or separately by members.

  • Death
    Represents physical control over physical property, such as title and interest in rights so defined at law, made a registry of verified records for use by the Seven Alpha system and members as required and in context to privacy rules and restrictions incorporated into the API model.

  • Hell
    Represents the rights in use and restriction of use and control over others access and exercise of property. The acts of others to interfere with your rights both when you are in direct control of property as well as with the property in the extent beyond your physical control, such as the permission of society to employ your works, ideas, claims, or discoveries without your consent or permission - is Hell. "Hell is, in short, other people." And the Hell Key is like the record of such conflicts and disputes, rulings, settlements, orders, and injunctions similar to a physical court of record.

  • The Grave
    Represents the legal instrument of your real (state or national Citizen) and virtual (environment or service) names and credentials, as granted and available for use in the Seven Alpha system and across other platforms. The API allows protection against impersonation, use of the names of real people and to harm, and against the common abuse of harassment and multiple account practices common in felony stalking using electronic means by management of this system in Seven Alpha and across merchant services.

Each key represents an access token in a multi-part password system to the database and strong-identity tracking service system available to a Seven Alpha member, and all data is block-device encrypted for easy mounting, security, and replication over the lifetime of numerous devices and technologies suited to standard long-term data storage.

  • Feature availability is subject to the use of API (Application Programming Interfaces) on the respective "segment" of the network according to its administrator and their implementation - allowing service members to choose the level of anonymity and security in their application design using Seven Alpha services.
  • The API provides the user with the ability to enter into the protectorate and participate according to a set of rules and policies which facilitate trusted name and identity generation without disclosure of the 'true owner' of the registered Seven Alpha account.
  • Thus, a Protectorate may allow users to have a screen name, to change screen names at a frequency, and to have that screen-name associated permanently with the protectorate as a local name (valid only in that region) or global registration (valid in all regions) preventing impersonation of a well known user across multiple zones.

In this way,

  • Users can have academic discussions without reliance on their identity or credibility to influence debate, while retaining the right to user names across the enterprise, and hosts can select what degree of privacy is permitted (if any) to manage bans and administrative controls while users enjoy anonymity and multiple account profiles (personas) that are not bound to IP address identifiers or other tracking data visible to network partners.
  • Networks have contended with multiple user accounts (personas) by the same natural born person, legal fiction (estate, such as a Citizen registration number) or similar intermediary identity or membership for years.
  • Seven Alpha™ simplifies this by establishing rules which can be automatically enforced against real individuals, for which traditional user registration is unsuited and government based individual user tracking is not suited nor beneficial to the security of such private government data enjoined with that file system.

Seven Alpha™ keys are made to defeat the three evils of socialism:

  • Death - represents the potential loss of property and title from which material and intellectual property rights are derived on registry. Ultimately socialism falsely themes all these as grants, which are in consideration of some obligation to the state and property of the state, disbarring the very concept of true private property or franchise in equity whatsoever. Death in this context is death in the material world to include authority over all things and their use.

  • Hell - represents the potential loss of credit for works and actions of record, which radical socialism asserts wrongly are privileges in consideration of some performance of duty or obligation not made. Hell in this context represents the effort to 'change narratives' by radical socialist terrorists and governments, which deny claims 'in consideration' of capitulation to other demands.

  • The Grave - represents the absence of standing, having no 'persona' which enjoys membership and registered privileges and protections, of any kind. This is the outcome of persons resisting socialism. The Grave is the actual assignment of having no place in the life of any living community or society, to be cast outside of ordinary law, and the basis for this in the 'civil death' imposed by radical socailists on their enemies despite failure to actually kill them or extinguish their body.