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A CRY FOR JUSTICE!

A PeaceIul Revolutionary Position Paper on the


Truth oI the Mysterious Titulo Propriedad 4136!



































GIVE BACK TO THE RIZALISTS*
THE HISTORIC LAND THAT THEY
OWNED FOR THE ENLIGHTENMENT
PROJECT OF DR. JOSE P. RIZAL!
In His Honor oI Martyrdom in the Langhaya:

SOVEREIGN FELIX M. MELGAR
Greatest Spiritual Leader in the Oriental World,
The Supreme PontiII oI the Rizalist Church
---The Church Bearing the Philippines Flag!
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ByThePHILIPPINES ENLIGHTENMENT MOVEMENT:
The Masters oI Enlightenment, La Liga Filipina,
Vanguardia Rizalista, the Knights oI Rizal, the
Freemasons oI the Earth, Jose Rizal University,
The Enlightenment University System (ThEUS),
Enlightenment League & Moral Society (ELMS),
Sovereignian Rizalists oI Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao,
The World Enlightenment Movement (WEM),
Universal Involvement in Enlightenment (UIE),
other progressive organizations, and the scientiIic
institutions, including the San Pedro heirs are
Rizalistas, with Philippine Enlightenment patron:
The Don Mariano E. San Pedro Foundation, Inc.
Help or Become a Rizalista, Join us and Give Justice a Chance!
Gg Remember the Langhaya Incident!!!

%E ENLIG%ENMEN% %EISM`

By: Dr. 1ose P. Rizal
Adaptated from Voltaire

(Enlightenment Theism is the natural theology of Truthseekers
and Freethinkers in the Enlightenment discipline (a scientific
philosophy without ignorant & superstitious religion). The Theist
is conscious of societys need for truth-belief in God eternal as
the real anchor of truth, morality, unity, and peace.)

'The Enlightenment Theist is one Iirmly persuaded oI eternal
God`s existence, as good as it is inIinitely true, which caused
to Iorm all things; and punishes, with karma, all crimes, and
recompenses in the same way w/ goodness all virtuous actions
..Reunited in this principle with the whole universe, he does
not join any oI the sects and religions that oppose each other.
His reverence to God eternal is most ancient & most pervasive;
Ior a simple praise oI God preceded all systems oI the world.
God`s natural revelation oI truth is directly acquired by
science, and understood to all; while all doctrinal-religious do
not understand each other. Theist has brothers Irom Peking to
Cheyenne, & counts all sages as Iellows. He knows truth-belieI
in God eternal consists neither in the opinions oI garbled
metaphysics, nor in vain show, but in truth, Ireedom & justice.
To do good is his worship, truth-belieI in God his simple creed,
enlightenment his Iervent quest. Muslim cries, Beware to Iail
pilgrimage to Mecca!`. Christian priestCurses, iI you don`t
take trip to Notre Dame de Lorette!` He laughs at Lorette and
at Mecca: but succors the indigent and deIends the oppressed.

*Quoted (with a Rizalian Enlightenment adaptation) in Will Durant,
The Story oI Philosophy, Simon & Schuster, N.Y., 1961, p.242-243.

A CRY lOR |USTlCE! GlVE BACK TO THE RlZALlSTS


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THE HlSTORlC LAND THAT THEY OWNED lOR THE
ENLlGHTENMENT PRO|ECT Ol DR. |OSE P. RlZAL!
A Peaceful Revolutionary Position Paper on the %ruth of the Mysterious %itulo 4136.
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IN%RODUC%ION
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The Rizalist church in Langhaya, San Juan, Antipolo City, was demo-
lished in Nov. 25, 1997; then the Rizalist children were inconsolably crying,
women were desperate with tears, their men were ready to die opposing the
awesome power oI paid demolition team: but they were crushed and beaten!
This painIully reminds us oI what happened in Calamba, Laguna, in 1887,
when all the 200 Iarmers, including the Iamily oI Dr. Jose Rizal,--had their
houses and structures in the Iarm all torn down. Against the plea Ior mercy--
Dominican Iriars cruelly ordered Gen.Weyler to destroy the properties oI the
Iarmers. They couldn`t do anything; the Iriars owned the land in Calamba.

But in Langhaya case, the Rizalists are the real owners oI the land under
the legal Titulo 4136; and the ones that ravaged them were the despicable
land developers who use Iake land titles to land-grab. The incident caused
the health oI Rizalist Sovereign Felix M. Melgar to deteriorate until he died.
Now where is justice here? It was not merely the house and structure oI the
Sovereignian Rizalists that were demolished, it`s their house oI worship that
they destroyed, causing the PontiII to weaken and die, out oI shame, out oI
injustice, out oI helplessness. Today, this very moment, Dec. 30, day oI death
oI Dr. Jose Rizal, the disgraceIul remains oI the pitiIul Rizalist church is still
poignantly leIt Ior the world to see, it is the shameIul picture oI the lavatory.

(%ouch Me Not!)

|Now, a clariIication is immediately needed in order to explain that
the December 31, 1996 en banc Decision oI the Honorable Supreme Court
in GRs 103727 and 106496 is not applicable to Don Alejandro P. San Pedro,
whose judicial declaration
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as the 'true legal heir and the 'next oI kin oI
Don Mariano E. San Pedro in Spec. Proc. Case 312-B is the result oI the
sustained and aIIirmed order oI Judge Oscar Fernandez in the heirship issues
in G.R.s 103727; and the Iake extrapolated Titulo 4136 that Judge Fernandez
nulliIied is the one pleaded by Petitioner/Appelee alias Don Engracio San
Pedro (real name is Pedro Ignacio) to have been issued in April 29, 1894
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.


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The phenomenal enlightenment, truthseeking, Ireethinking, patriotic Filipinos that now
have become a class by themselves (particularly in the Iace oI the presently corrupt Philippine
society). Most specially the members oI Philippine Enlightenment Movement, particularly the
Vanguardia Rizalistas, including La Liga Filipina, the Knights oI Rizal, also the Sovereignian
Rizalists, and by the culture oI Rizalian enlightenment, the JRU, the Freemasons, progressive
organizations, and scientiIic institutions, and by tradition the San Pedro heirs are Rizalistas.
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With imprimatur Irom Hon. Supreme Court en banc Resolution oI Jan. 26, 1989

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This Iake April 29, 1894 Titulo 4136 is patently Iabricated as examined in 1983 by NBI
Doc. Examiner SegundoTabayoyong, as it obviously sought to expand the area; (while the original
one issued in April 25, 1894 held strength in smaller Iirst grant oI latifundio oI 4,700 has. extant
on its Iace without need Ior alteration, to be only 'adjusted within a strict time period to a 2nd
grant oI an encomienda thru Maura Law). This unaltered document was examined in 1965 and
Iound authentic by NBI Doc. Examiner Antonio Rotor. This was approved by Judge Munoz in
1971 in Land Reg. Cases N-1861 and N-1876, and was issued with two Decrees, corresponding
to OCTs 0-5797 & 0-5617. This original Titulo 4136 oI April 25, 1894 has passed the strict require-
ments oI PD 892, and has become imprescriptible, unvoidable, perIect & valid till the end oI time.

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The original Titulo de Propriedad 4136 was issued on April 25, 1894, was
Iound authentic by NBI Documents Examiner Antonio Rotor; was approved
twice by Judge Emmanuel Munoz in 1971 and 1972 in the Land Registration
Cases Nos. N-1861 and N-1876; was respectively issued with the Decrees
No. 137745 and No. 139093; was issued with Torrens titles or two O.C.T.s
No. O-5797 and No. O-5617; and Iinally, has passed the strict requirements
oI the Presidential Decree No. 932 Ior Spanish titles, and has now become
imprescriptible, perIect, and valid till the end oI time.|

IS%ORY OF RIZALIS%S` OWNERSIP OF %E VAS% LAND

The history oI the Rizalists` ownership oI the land, is the history oI the
Titulo 4136, and oI the revolutionary but peaceIul Enlightenment project` oI
Dr. Jose Rizal. It all started with the tragic Iiasco committed by the Domini-
can Iriars in 1887, when against the pleadings oI the 200 Iarmers opposing
the increase oI rent in the Iace oI poor harvest, the religious order disregard-
ded their must Ior benevolence and compassion, and instead went wayward
ordering Gen. Valeriano Weyler to evict the poor Iarmers Irom their homes,
including the Iamily oI Dr. Jose Rizal, whose home and other buildings on
the Iarm were all torn down. It was too much to bear; even adding to painIul
memories oI his mother's treatment by the Catholic church prelates in 1871--
who ordered Dona Teodora to the cold prison without a hearing, and made to
walk ten miles (16-km.) Irom Calamba.

It was a very dramatic and sad event that happened that day, most
particularly Ior Dr. Jose Rizal and his Iamily. Dr. Rizal had just returned
Irom Germany, where he ably Iinished his course in Opthalmology, and also
caused his dramatic novel Noli Me Tangere to be published. He was a Iast
rising political Iigure at that time. And the church authorities seemed
envious and threatened. He had earlier joined Freemasonry in Spain, like he
was seeking Ior powerIul allies in this kind oI event in his liIe. Dr. Jose Rizal
was leading the way oI a determined intellectual aiming Ior change in his
own Motherland as he chose to side with the progressive disciplines oI
liberalism, Ireemasonry and Enlightenment. These were also the great social
Iorces that had then taken the upper hand in Spain and in Europe.


%he Role of the Freemasons

True enough, his liberal brother Masons, who were mostly Spanish
subjects, Iound it the best time to visit and commiserate with him Ior what
had happened. The visiting brother Masons were solicitous oI help, and
seemed they were sent by the all too concerned Masonic Gov. Gen. Ramon
Blanco. Among the Freemason team was Don Mariano San Pedro, himselI, a
liberal Mason, an inIluential Spanish subject, Iormer Liason at the OIIice oI
Gov. Gen. Eduardo De la Torre, now the trusted Public works contractor Ior
the Civil government, and a known ally to Gov. Gen. Ramon Blanco. With
him was Don Ignacio Conrado, a Castilian Mason, who would become the
Supremo oI the Vanguardia Rizalista.



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They had come Ior very meaningIul subject: how to prevent the conti-
nued occurrence oI such land-related incidents, and to Iorestall the situation
to exacerbate into serious agrarian unrest. The brother Masons were seeking
to develop a most timely and eIIective measure that would strike at the heart
oI the build-up problems oI the natives. Thus, together with Dr. Jose Rizal,
with seriousness oI purpose, the brother Masons had broached and came
upon a peaceIul social Iormula;--it was actually an encompassing venture Ior
'national industrialization, that would then very well serve to constitute the
missing 'Enlightenment project Ior the enlightenment Masonic movement.


%he Enlightenment Project

The model Ior the envisioned 'national industrial estate and to be the
'Enlightenment project will be Europe, particularly England where Dr. Jose
Rizal painstakingly copied in long-hand Antonio Morga`s 'Sucesos De las
Islas de Pilipinas, which at that time was experiencing the blessing oI the
world`s Iirst industrial revolution. The technology necessary will come Irom
Europe through Spain, with the help oI the Masonic enlightenment network.
The Philippines will industrialize and it will be the Iirst such country in Asia
to develop and modernize. A great many things can happen with industriali-
zation. There will be greater production oI goods and services that will
produce much wealth. With much wealth the standard oI living oI the natives
increases, their health is saIe-guarded, their education is provided. And there
will be unity among the people.

This was the dream oI Dr. Jose RizalIor the unity oI the people in
a peaceIul way through excellence in education, science and industries.
Dr. Jose Rizal believed that an armed struggle Ior independence was ill-
conceived and not necessary. In 'Noli Me Tangere, Dr. Jose Rizal speaking
through Father Florentino said, '...our liberty will (not) be secured at the
swords point...we must secure it by making ourselves worthy of it. And when
a people reaches that height God will provide a weapon, the idols will be
shattered, tyranny will crumble like a house of cards and liberty will shine
out like the first dawn. In the same year (1887), Dr. Jose Rizal shall go to
HongKong, to avoid the intimidation oI authorities, and to practice his
proIession. In HongKong he would be sought to eaves the good news Ior the
'Enlightenment project Irom Europe.


%he Need for a Vast Land

But there is always the need to be discreet and secretive. Because, the
group will aim to acquire a vast tract oI land to allow Ior industrial planta-
tion Ior raw materials to be processed, to mine the earth, and Ior prepared
minerals to Iabricate. The Enlightenment group will seek to modernize plan-
tation and industrialize the land. They were willing to sacriIice to secure the
vast land that they needed. They would not want to have anything to do with
the lands held by the church. There will be a need to establish schools that
will instruct Ior science & technology away Irom the control oI the church.
And while the Iunding is too important, this can be readily procured Irom
out oI the vast land to be acquired Irom the government.

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%he Role of the Vanguardia Rizalistas

It was necessary to establish possession in the land to be acquired. In
this regard the Vanguardia Rizalista was Iormed Irom out oI the 200 Iarmer-
victims in the Dominican Iiasco, and its organization and expansion shall be
handled by Don Conrado. And indeed, possession and cultivatorship oI the
land to be acquired would be established by Vanguardia Rizalista. Thus how,
Don Conrado became the unrivaled and respected Supremo oI 'anguardia
Rizalista Ior many years until his demise in Norzagaray in the 1950s.

From the 200 Iarmers, the Rizalista movement spread like wildIire all
over central Philippines (now Metro-Manila and near provinces), and estab-
lished Iurther settlements Ior land cultivatorship in Bulacan particularly, in
Morong (now Rizal province), in Tayabas (now Quezon), and in Nueva Ecija.
|Dr. Jose Rizal had a hand in the planning oI this because he had a working
knowledge in Surveying and Land Assessment Irom the Iirst Iull pledge
course he completed in Ateneo Municipal de Manila.| It was only necessary
that possession will be established by cultivation in the altruistic encomienda
land that would be applied with the Civil Government upon promulgation oI
the awaited Royal Decree (Irom the Crown that would grant the land).

(%ouch Me Not!)

(Note: The only link the people might have known oI the cautious
Enlightenment project was the mortgage deal oI the vast land between Don
Mariano and Don Conrado. What they never knew was the deeper involve-
ment oI Dr. Rizal in the reserved Enlightenment project with his Freemason
brothers who were mostly Spanish subjects, known among them were Don
Mariano San Pedro y Esteban and Don Ignacio Conrado. It was so sensitive
and guarded, involving as it did the operation oI Freemasons to whisk the
imperious thunder Irom out oI the powerIul Iriars--since they`re burning
incense to the sentiments oI the natives against the civil government; and the
plan involved the acquisition oI vast tract oI land to make a productive Uto-
pian industrial estate that would draw the energy and talents oI the natives.
To the involved-Spanish-subjects the eIIort was meant to secure Spanish rule
much away Irom home. But as it turned, the Enlightenment project would
have been a peaceIul master stroke to solve the problem oI its misrule, at a
time when the world was caught up with revolts Ior liberation oI colonies.)

%he Promulgation of the Royal Decree (or Maura Law)

The news went that the awaited Royal Decree that will award the
land would allow Ior adjustment oI second grant oI larger encomienda Ior
altruistic enlightenment projects oI Spanish subjects in the colonies. And soon
enough, in 1894, (as Dr. Rizal had adjusted his liIe to banishment in Dapitan,
pursuing lucrative practice oI his proIession, and on top oI all had won a big
prize in lottery), the awaited Royal Decree (Maura law) was Iinally promul-
gated, and was issued in the same year with liberal Rules and Regulations
Ior implementation by Masonic Gov. Gen. Ramon Blanco. But, the Rules re-
quired that only natural persons were qualiIied to apply, and juridicals and
associations were disqualiIied to secure grant Irom said Royal Decree.

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The most qualiIied in the group to own bigger land was Don Mariano
E. San Pedro, a Spanish subject, an enlightenment Masonic brother, liberal,
and with known achievements in public civil works in support oI the Civil
Government. The plan was Ior Don Mariano San Pedro to secure (his own)
Iirst grant oI a modest latifundio in Norzagaray Irom the Civil Government,
and then to seek its adjustment in the Maura law procedure Ior a second
grant oI an encomienda, much bigger, enough Ior Utopian Enlightenment
project oI the group, and this would be perIected thru legal hipoteca tran-
saction with Spanish Mortgage Law. The Iund to Iinance the latter transact-
ion would come Irom the lotto prize winning oI Dr. Jose Rizal, courtesy oI
the undisclosed maneuver oI the Masonic Utopian group.


%he Maura Law (or Royal Decree of Feb. 13, 1894)

|The awaited Royal Decree (now called Maura Law) oI Feb. 13, 1894
was promulgated in the Islands and was published in the Gaceta de Manila,
No. 106, on April 17, 1894. Under Articles 1, 19, and 21 oI the Law, being
the most pertinent provisions thereoI, are provided:

AR%ICLE 1. All uncultivated lands, soil, earth, and mountains not in-
cluded in the Iollowing exceptions shall be considered alienable lands:
First, those which have become subjected to private ownership and
have a legitimate owner.
Second, those which belong to the Iorest zones which the State deems
wise to reserve Ior reasons oI public utility. . . .

AR%ICLE 19. Possessors oI alienable lands under cultivation who
have not obtained nor applied Ior composition on the date this decree
shall be published in the Gaceta de Manila, may obtain a gratuitous
title oI property, by means oI a possessory inIormation in conIormity
with the law oI civil procedure and the mortgage law whenever they
establish any oI the Iollowing conditions:
First. Having, or having had, them under cultivation without interrupt-
tion during the preceding six years.
Second. Having had possession oI them Ior twelve consecutive years,
and having had them under cultivation until the date oI the inIorma-
tion, and Ior three years beIore that date.

AR%ICLE 21. A term oI one year, without grace, is granted in order
to perIect the inIormation reIerred to in articles 19 and 20.

AR%ICLE 80. By virtue oI the provision oI Art. 21 oI Royal Decree
oI Feb. 13, 1894, the inextensible period Ior carrying out the inIorma-
tion reIerred in the 2 preceding articles, shall be counted as closed on
April 17, 1895. Upon expiration oI this period the right oI cultivation
and possessors to obtainment oI Iree title shall lapse, and Iull property
right in land shall revert to State or, in proper case, to public domain.

This is the law. This law involves three important dates. The date oI the
promulgation oI the Royal Decree is February 13, 1894. The date oI its
publication in the Gaceta de Manila, No. 106, Ior its legal eIIectivity as a
law is on April 17, 1894. The time within which advantage could be taken oI
the Maura Law immediately expired on April 17, 1895.(

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Compliance with the Strict Maura Law
Thus, in the exacting Maura Law compliance procedure, Don Mariano
San Pedro had engaged with Don Ignacio Conrado Ior the 'hipoteca oI
173,000 has. or 214,047 6uiniones Ior the amount oI P8,000 pesos. Earlier,
based in the capital province oI Bulacan, Don Ignacio and Don Mariano had
already deployed the numerous Rizalistas, taking positions to cultivate
whole sections oI the extended Bulacan areas, that now 'appear to cover
lands in the provinces oI Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, Rizal, San Pedro-Laguna &
Quezon; and the Metro Manila cities as Quezon, Caloocan, Pasay, Pasig, and
Manila, (including San Pedro de Makati), thus aIIecting in general lands
extending Irom Malolos, Bulacan to City Hall oI Quezon City and land
between Dingalan Bay in the north and Tayabas Bay in the south.

Death of Dr. 1ose Rizal, and the Death of the Enlightenment Project


Everything was ready to implement the Enlightenment project oI the
Masonic brothers, until the revolution oI 1896 had gotten in the way, and as
predicted by Dr. Jose Rizal, a Ioreign power (America) 'will take interest to
grab us as its new found colony. And it was indeed such a miserable turn oI
events that eventually saw major discreet characters passing away. Dr. Jose
Rizal was killed by Iiring squad in 1896. Don Mariano San Pedro died in the
arms oI his landed wiIe Doa Dorotea Tenorio in Laguna in 1930`s. Don
Conrado still a bachelor, ever shepherding the Rizalistas and still dreaming
oI his industrialized Utopia, sadly passed away in Norzagaray in the 1950s
under the care oI his loyal Rizalista student--Don Fabian Castillo (deceased).

Gallantry of the Patriarchy and eirs of Don Mariano E. San Pedro

However, the patriarchy oI Don Mariano San Pedro still continued with
his only son Don Luis T. San Pedro, who begot an only son, Don Alejandro
P. San Pedro. Don Luis San Pedro was killed in action leading his platoon oI
able Vanguardia Rizalistas Iighting against the Japanese; his legal wiIe Doa
Gorgonia Pascual, herselI Irom Bulacan, and an heir to the revolutionary
tradition oI the brave Iamily oI the Pascual`s, was heavily tortured by the
Japanese kempetais` Ior not revealing inIormation on the Iierce and coura-
geous resistance movement. Don Alejandro, himselI, had volunteered as a
Guerilla boy-runner with the Gen. Walter Cushing Guerrilla Unit, undertaki-
ng dangerous missions behind enemy lines at a very young age oI 14 years.

Don Alejandro P. San Pedro died in year 1999, only a little earlier than
his wiIe Doa Lourdes San Pedro Dionisio, his cousin and love, who died in
the year 2000. Ever an idealistic, liberal, and independent minded man, Don
Alejandro San Pedro was on the verge oI implementing a semblance oI the
Enlightenment Project oI Dr. Jose Rizal; it was the Philippines` own version
oI CaliIornia`s 'Silicon Valley in Norzagaray, Bulacan. The Project Feasi-
bility Study was prepared by his son, ProI. Arturo D. San Pedro. Senor, now
Don Pearlito D. San Pedro did a work oI love in his researches and designs.
An elder sibling, Madam Imelda D. San Pedro, was strong in legal prosecu-
tion oI the estate. The project was grand; it will seek to Iorm the largest ind-
ustrial estate, and greatly contribute to the national industrialization thrust.
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%he Advent of the Inofficious GRs 103727 & 106496

But two scandalous cases oI the criminal syndicates reached the
highest Court, and in 1996 it gave a contentious verdict that implicated the
interests oI them innocent. Still Don Alejandro impeccably Iought Ior Titulo
4136. But the people`s support had weakened. Because the criminal squatter-
syndicates, in cahoots with corrupt people in the government, had maligned
the San Pedro name, and preempted the mission Ior the country oI the San
Pedro estate. Just because the war had separated them Irom the truth oI the
legacy oI their parents. And the dark political powers that be, have imper-
tinently and brazenly conIused the oIIicial records oI Titulo 4136.

Discovery in 2002 of the Issuance of %orrens %itle to %itulo 4136

It was however discovered in year 2002 that the original Spanish title
had already been registered with the Land Reg. Act 496, and had complied
with all the requirements oI P.D. 892 to make the Spanish titulo valid and
perIect. Thru the very orderly Land Reg. Cases N-1861 and N-1876 (which
are in rem), bearing the 'Questioned Documents Report No. 230-163 sub-
mitted by Mr. Antonio B. Rotor, Sr., Documents Examiner oI the NBI (with
a report oI genuineness and authenticity oI the Questioned Document--which
as shown in the remarks oI the examiner thereoI 'is in the possession oI
Prudential Bank), the lands under the Spanish title had been issued with
OCT O-5797 with Decree 137745 issued on Dec. 6, 1971, and OCT O-5617
with Decree 139093 issued on March 28, 1972. These are legal Iacts which
are supposed to be oI oIIicial 'judicial notice to the Hon. Supreme Court.

The San Pedro cases in GRs 103727 and 106496, both decided by the
Hon. Supreme Court in December 18, 1996, are inIerior civil cases (which
are in res), and are grossly mistaken in most respects, cannot bind the whole
world much less the original Spanish title oI San Pedro estate issued in April
25, 1894 and the next oI kin and true legal heirs oI the late Don Mariano San
Pedro. Thus, Ior purposes oI truth, justice and Iair play, legitimacy and just-
ice being the Ioundation oI the much vaunted 'Enlightenment project oI the
now being implemented Philippine Silicon Valley, we are now constrained to
point out the deIects, and the gross misrepresentation oI Iacts made in the
said controversial en banc Decision oI Hon. Supreme Court.

Exemption from GRs 103727 & 106496, and their Manifest Errors


First, it is not true that the Spanish Titulo oI the San Pedro estate was
not registered with Act 496, and thereIore it is not also true that the said
Titulo has not complied with the requirements oI Pres. Decree No. 892.
Through the very orderly Land Registration Cases N-1861 & N-1876 (being
cases in rem), bearing 'Questioned Documents Report 230-163 submitted by
Antonio B. Rotor, NBI Documents Examiner (with report oI authenticity on
the Questioned Document, 'in possession oI Prudential Bank, under SaIety
Deposit Box 145), the lands under the Spanish title have been issued with
Torrens OCT O-5797 with Decree No. 137745 issued on Dec. 6, 1971, and
OCT O-5617 with Decree No. 139093 issued on March 28, 1972.


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Second, what was at issue in the notorious San Pedro cases was
'Titulo Prop. 4136 allegedly issued in April 29, 1894, which was patently
extrapolated by the criminals ignorantly seeking to impress with 'large
numbers sought to be apparent on its Iace, (while the original one issued in
April 25, 1894 held strength in the smaller Iirst grant oI latifundio oI 4,700
has. extant on its Iace without need Ior alteration, to be only adjusted within
a strict time period, to a second grant oI an encomienda thru Maura Law). It
was the altered April 29, 1894 Titulo Propriedad 4136 described in the
Questioned Document Report 448-977 oI Sept. 2, 1977 that was presented by
a shady character named Segundo Tabayoyong based on mere tainted Xerox
copies. (The original Titulo Propriedad 4136 was very orderly and oIIicially
examined in said Questioned Documents Report 230-163 submitted in Jan.
28, 1963 by NBI Doc. Examiner Antonio Rotor, with no report oI errors.)

Third, it is not true that 'the original oI Titulo Prop. 4136 was never
presented in Court. The said original oI TP 4136 had been presented many
times in Iact-Iinding Reg`l Trial Courts, exactly to determine its genuineness
and authenticity. It was bared beIore Judge Emmanuel Munoz, which caused
him to issue the same with decree Ior release oI Torrens title. It was exhibit-
ted to Judge Benigno Puno which caused him to adjudicate on 70,000 has. in
Quezon prov. in Iavor oI San Pedro heirs. It was presented to Judge Juan
Echeverri to ably decide the San Pedro cases in his impeccable Sala. In
Iact, the original Titulo with 4,700 has. on its Iace, without need Ior altera-
tion, was originally examined very regularly by NBI with a report oI genui-
neness and authenticity. And beIore it disappeared, it was stolen by WilIredo
Torres in Prudential Bank in Manila, Ior which he was prosecuted in Manila
CFI (Criminal Case 68810) Ior EstaIa and TheIt, was imprisoned and made
to pay the amount oI P100,000,000 representing the value oI the document.

The world knows, and the undisputable oIIicial LRA record shows
that the original` and basic` Spanish titulo oI the San Pedro estate is
nothing else but the Titulo Composicion con en el Estado issued on April 25,
1894 Ior the Iirst latifundio grant equivalent to 4,700 has. in the old
Norzagaray. (Pls. see the LRA Record in LRC Nos. N-1861 and N-1876). It
is only otherwise known as Titulo Propriedad 4136 (the numerical order oI
its registration in Spanish Mortgage Law), as prooI oI its oIIicial adjustment
with a second grant oI an encomienda under the procedure in the 1894
Maura lawnecessarily through the legal hipoteca transaction in December
03, 1894 between Don Mariano San Pedro and Don Ignacio Conrado under
Spanish Mortgage Law, i.e. over 173,000 has. Ior altruistic Enlightenment
project oI Rizalistas and the Masonic Utopian group. All laws were
complied Ior both the Iirst latifundio grant oI 4,700 has. in old Norzagaray,
and the second (adjustment) grant oI an encomienda oI 173,000 has.

Fourth, these San Pedro cases in G.R.s 103727 and 106496 are about
criminal parties corrupting and prostituting our legal system to satisIy their
greed. The claimant-heirs led by Don Engracio San Pedro, are Iake claimant-
heirs, with Don Engracio San Pedro only used as an alias by criminal person
whose real name was Pedro Ignacio`. Why he was allowed with 'unclean
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hands this Iar to vent his criminalities is the wonder oI privileged Philip-
pine justice system. (The judicially declared next oI kin` and true legal heir`
oI Don Mariano by Spl. Proc. Case 312-B was Don Alejandro P. San Pedro,
was not made a party in said S.C. cases, since the 'appealed Order oI Judge
Fernandez in G.R. 106496 was instrumental in his Iinal declaration as the
next of kin and true legal heir oI Don Mariano San Pedro by Spl. Pr. 312-B,
thus making his interest in said cases allied with government, while being
pensively dissuaded to intervene in said San Pedro cases by Hon. Justice
Vicente V. Mendoza.) (And the Spl. Pr. Case 312-B`s declaration oI Don
Alejandro as next oI kin` & true legal heir` oI Don Mariano is given impri-
matur by Hon. Supreme Court by its en banc Resolution oI Jan. 26, 1989.)

And while the Appellants-Petitioners in these cases are criminal, the
Respondents Aurelio Ocampo, Dominador Buhain and Teresa dela Cruz had
likewise criminally conspired to landgrab. They were able to secure Irom the
Registry oI Deeds oI Quezon City titles to portions oI the San Pedro estate,
particularly TransIer CertiIicate iI Titles (TCTs) Nos. 1386, 8982, 951975-
951977, 313624, 279067, 1412, 353054, 372592, 149120, 86404, 17874-
17875, all emanating Irom the invalid Original Cert. oI Title (OCT) 614 and
TCTs 255544 and 264124, both derivatives oI the notorius OCT 333; (2) that
the aIoresaid deIendants were able to acquire ownership oI portions oI the
estate through deceit, Iraud, bad Iaith and misrepresentation; (3) that OCT
614 and 333 had been cancelled by and thru Iinal and executory decision
dated March 21, 1988 in relation to letter recommendations by Bureau oI
Land Mngt., Bureau oI Forest Devt., the Sol. Gen., in regard to Central Bank
(CB) Circulars dated April 7 & 23, 1971, Sept. 12, 1972 and June 10, 1980.

FiIth, the set-up would have been alright that the dishonest and unlaw-
Iul San Pedro claimants are well contained in the pool-prooI system oI the
Honorable Supreme Court, without involving and linking the legal and
legitimate estate oI Don Mariano E. San Pedro which the state and the
government also owe the duty to protect, i.e. by virtue oI parens patriae and
the property rights oI helpless citizens. The Honorable Supreme Court will
just have to prosecute all the criminals now in its jurisdiction, without
Iavoring anyone, because they are all with unclean hands.

AIter all, the Honorable Supreme Court have already determined 'the
next oI kin and true legal heir oI Don Mariano--who had Iounded the Don
Mariano E. San Pedro Foundation, Ior the good oI the country, and through
his holographic Will probated in 1994 had invested this with virtually the
whole oI the San Pedro estate to make good that objective. (The setting up oI
the PSV project was the principal instruction oI Don Alejandro San Pedro to
his three sons--but now only two remain today.)

The registration oI the April 25, 1894 Titulo Composicion with Act
496 could not have been ignored by Hon. Supreme Court, aIter all, it is oI
Judicial Notice to them; and its compliance with PD 892 is all but fait
accompli. It is only when the Hon. Supreme Court sought to involve the
lawIul San Pedro estate and tried to obliterate it, that the Iacts oI its ruling
became jumbled and appeared conIused.
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%itulo 4136 as Now Become a Perfect %itle

They cannot possibly void the Titulo Composicion con en el Estado oI
April 25, 1894 (the original oI Titulo Prop. 4136), because its two land
registration cases with the Torrens system in 1972, in the time oI Dictator
who tried to slay it, are cases in rem that have notice to the whole world.
And as a result, the question oI validity oI the Spanish titulo issued on April
25, 1894, aIter the same has been duly examined and Iound in order by the
Land Registration Court in in-rem proceedings, has become res fudicata.

ThereIore, the said en banc Decision oI Hon. Supreme Court is in Iact
ultra vires on its part; and, hence, it acquired no jurisdiction on said Titulo.
Forcing the issue would result into 'grave abuse oI discretion that would
result into lack oI jurisdiction. The Hon. Supreme Court cannot now Order
a new trial to correct its mistake because doing so will starkly result to
'double jeopardy against judicially conIirmed 'next oI kin and true legal
heir oI Don Mariano San Pedro.

Neither the Hon. Supreme Court can promulgate today, motu propio, a
new judgment to correct the previous one where it erred because oI the stark
absence oI a Iair trial, and thereIore would be lacking and be without 'due
process'. And, indeed, to repeat, the validity oI Titulo Composicion issued
on April 25, 1894 has become res fudicata aIter it passed strict examination
in Land Registration Cases N-1861 and N-1876, which are cases in rem that
acquired notice and jurisdiction to the whole world, and as prooI thereoI
have resulted the issuance oI the OCTs Nos. 0-5617 and 0-5797, together
with equally perIect and valid TCTs that have now passed to third parties
who are 'innocent purchasers Ior value.

By its registration with the Land Registration Act 496, and particular-
ly by its compliance with the strict requirements oI the Pres. Decree 892, the
Titulo 4136 has now become a perIect title, a title that is imprescriptible, un-
voidable, Iree Irom laches, and valid till the end oI time.

on. Supreme Court Becomes a Suspect in Corrupt Cases

To sustain the criminalities oI Private-Respondents in the said cases
was to uphold graIt and corruption in private land transactions and to bind
the hands oI the upright government agencies that prosecuted these
anomalies. Obviously, the more honest and Iactual arrangements oI things
were missing, or were ignored by the Hon. Court. How we wish there was a
better approach like remanding the cases to lower Court Ior retrial with strict
guidelines against 'unclean hands and the vindication oI the rights oI
innocents who are victims in these cases. Together with this approach was to
allow the Bill in Congress that calls Ior death penalty against the use oI Iake
titles in land transactions. They are the greatest sources oI graIt and
corruption in the country, and by compromised way oI deciding cases that
tolerates Iake land titles the Hon. Supreme Court becomes the eminent
institution that abets graIt and corruption, with the aid oI lawyers acting as
indispensable agents oI lucrative corrupt cases.


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%he Largest Caper of Ortigas

|It is also perceived by many that the Ortigas case was related to the
San Pedro case, in that Ortigas was guilty also oI using Iake titles to
landgrab big portions oI San Pedro estate. In the Ortigas case, the Hon. SC
decided against the WW II Widows and Orphans Assn., & as revealed by
Hon. Justice Abdulwahid Bidin who dissented Irom majority opinion, 'the
Court resolved the issue on the basis oI Iacts which are not extant in the
records oI the case (GR 97197). Said Hon. Justice Bidin: 'xx these "Iacts"
.. should not have been considered by the Court Ior the simple reason that
they were not even alleged by respondent (Ortigas) itselI nor do they appear
on the records beIore us. In so doing, xx the Court overstretched the concept
oI judicial notice. 'This is quite unprecedented, said Justice Bidin.

Justice Bidin denied the alleged precedent cases oI Ortigas, because
he said: 'rtigas v. Rui: (supra) involves a parcel oI land covered by TCT
227758 with an area .located in Pasig, Rizal. There is no identity oI subject
matter between rtigas v. Rui: and the instant case. They reIer to diIIerent
parcels oI land covered by diIIerent transIer certiIicates oI title. On the other
hand, the 1906 case oI Ultramar v. Domingo involves a parcel oI land
known as the "Hacienda de Mandaluyon" (a Iake title used by Ortigas,
comment supplied) without any speciIication as to its location, area and
boundaries. Hence, it cannot be said that the parcel oI land applied Ior in this
case is identical with the lots covered by Ortigas' title. As stated in the Deci-
sion sought to be reconsidered, Decree 1425 (alleged by Ortigas to embrace
the lots covered by its TCTs 77652 and 77653), covers a 17 has. lot located
at Sta. Ana, Manila, while the lot applied Ior is alienable and disposable as
certiIied by Bureau oI Lands and Bureau oI Forestry and has an area oI 156
has. located in Quezon City Iour (4) kms. away Irom Sta. Ana, Manila.
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Hon. Justice Bidin exposed that: 'The Hon. Supreme Court sustained
the allegation oI Ortigas that the origin oI TCT Nos. 77652 and 77653 has
been correctly identiIied by Court oI Appeals as OCT 351, notwithstanding
the Iact that said TCTs themselves show on their Iaces that they have been
derived Irom OCTs 19, 334, 336 & 337.
Justice Bidin Iurther clariIied: 'As stated in the decision sought to be
reconsidered, Decree 1425 (alleged by Ortigas to embrace the lots covered
by its TCTs 77652 & 77653), covers a 17-ha. lot located at Sta. Ana, Manila,
while the lot applied Ior by WIDORA under Titulo 4136 is alienable and
disposable as certiIied by Bureau oI Lands and Bureau oI Forestry and has
an area oI 156 has. located in Quezon City Iour (4) kms. away Irom Sta. Ana,
Manila. The procedure now adopted by Hon. Supreme Court in arriving at
its conclusion that TCTs 77652 & 77653 were derived Irom OCT351 contrary
to what is stated in the Iaces oI said TCTs, Iinds no support in law as it am-
ounted to a correction and/or alteration oI the TCTs in violation oI existing
applicable law. Under Sec. 112 oI Act 496 (now Sec. 108, PD 1529), no
TCT or OCT may be amended or altered except upon order oI proper RTC.

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Pls. see the Dissenting Opinion oI Justice A. Bidin in G.R. 97197. (Justice
Bidin exposed such grave prostitution oI law, which is so unprecedented.)
12

And to think that the Survey Plan submitted to the Hon. Court by
Ortigas as secondary evidence to prove the contents oI alleged Decree 1425
issued in 1905 is only a mere location map prepared by its own surveyor in
1972 or 67 years aIter its alleged registration (and not the blueprint copy oI
the original survey plan with approved plan and technical description), is
beyond doubt abetting a criminal act oI land-grabbing.
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It is insinuated by
malicious quarters that large amount oI Iunds changed hands in this case.
And that is why Iormer Pres. Joseph Estrada called the Honorable Supreme
Court Justices as the hoodlums in robes.
13

But the Ortigas caper does not end there at all. Their most recent land
grabbing project is the ten (10) hectares erstwhile campus oI the Rizal
provincial capitol in Pasig City in Barangay San Antonio. The property Ialls
strictly on the old Kalookan sphere oI the San Pedro estate. So as not to
disrupt the operation oI the province oI Rizal, the San Pedro estate has
chosen to suspend its right on the property, and thus tolerated the property to
remain in the hold and usuIructory oI the Rizal provincial government.


















The Most Recent Landgrabbing Project oI Ortigas.


It turned out, however, that Ortigas had surreptitiously smuggled a
Deed oI Donation in Iavor oI the Rizal provincial government, and with the
condition that the Rizal provincial government shall maintain its use oI the
property as situs oI the Rizal provincial capitol, and that once the Rizal
provincial government has ceased to use the site as situs oI the provincial
capitol, then the property shall return to Ortigas ownership.

But the owner oI the property, in truth and in Iact, are the Rizalistas
and the heirs oI Don Mariano San Pedro, by virtue oI Titulo Propriedad 4136
which Don Mariano E. San Pedro held consisting oI his mortgage oI the
property to Don Ignacio Conrado representing the vanguardia Rizalista and
the Freemasons, and such was registered with the Spanish Mortgage law to
constitute the virtual titulo informacion possessoria under Article 19, Sec. 3
oI Royal Decree oI 1894 (or the Maura law ).*
(NOTE, p. 12)
13

The Ortigas`s never had any title on the property. The big title they
have been showing to landgrab the properties oI the old Enlightenment pro-
ject and the San Pedro estate reIers to the 1906 case oI Ultramar v. Domingo
that involves a parcel oI land known as "Hacienda de Mandaluyon" (a Iake
title used by Ortigas--comment supplied) without any speciIication as to its
location, area and boundaries.
It would have been two years, since the property was enclosed with a
Ience without any markings; leaving the public to dismiss the brazen activity
as owing to the powerIul Rizal provincial government, until a Irenetic
development activity has ensued, but still without any signs or markings or
any indication. It is only oI late, that evidences are shown that it is Ortigas
that`s undertaking the commercial development, and that contrary to the ruses
and tricks, the Rizal provincial government has already vacated the area.

The implication oI this is very glaring, that there was an under the table
deal that transpired, whereoI the holders oI power in Rizal government have
abandoned the interest oI Rizal province, and now obviously honors the
Iraudulent Deed oI Donation with condition Ior reversion oI the property to
the illegal Donor in the event it is (impossibly) no longer used by Rizal prov.

Why should anybody in Rizal province agree with a scheming land-
grabber that it can now acquire the precious land it has since been using Ior
the good oI the province, when its need to use the property never ceases;
now the province is deIrauded and become much poorer.

This is a great case Ior the 'enlightenment movement to get into. Now
is the time Ior them to act. We are waiting Ior your helping hand. San Pedro
Foundation is beaten in the draw to take over the property, because, its ass-
ets, while immense, are yet immobile, and Foundation cannot immediately
act to prosecute its interest; let alone employ a probono lawyer Irom PAO,
since it is a propertied client; never mind the diIIiculty oI its case. But it has
the better title in its Iavor together with the Rizalistas, to own the property.

The property by its size, constituting more or less 100,000 sq. mtrs.,
and at the rate oI about P100,000/sq.mtr. in the area, would easily Ietch
P10,000,000,000.00. More than enough Ior the whole Enlightenment move-
ment today to build a strong human capital base and to eIIectuate eIIicient
national innovation system, to make Filipino nation a knowledge-based
society, and to always make militant the Iight against 'the inIamous things:
corruption, ignorance, poverty, injustice and superstition.

Indeed, there are many legal large properties within the Titulo 4136,
each worth billions, enough to transIorm and change the nation through the
Sovereignian Rizalists and the Enlightenment movement (i.e. the Vanguardia
Rizalistas, the Knights oI Rizal, La Liga Filipina, Enlightenment League &
Moral Society, the Freemasonry, Jose Rizal University, The Enlightenment
University System (ThEUS), and like organizations, progressive groups, and
scientiIic institutions, all to be supported by the Enlightenment Patron the
San Pedro Foundation in accord with the enlightenment vision oI Dr. Jose P.
Rizal Ior a great Philippines: technologically and scientiIically advanced,
morally upright, powerIul, proud, peaceIul and Iree!).

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NOTE: WHATEVER the landdeveloper-landgrabbers, the corrupt government
agencies, the envying persons that abhor the Rizalists, those who do not Ieel convenient
the Rizalistas` gaining power and prestige, and the ignoramuses that do not know a bit
about land law, say about Titulo Propriedad 4136 is now academic, because the Titulo de
Propriedad No. 4136 (issued in April 25, 1894) is already registered with the Land
Registration Act 496, and has passed the strict requirements oI Presidential Decree 892.
Who dares say, no Spanish titulo is allowed by law anymore? What Ior is the
strict requirements Ior compliance by Pres. Decree 892, IF COMPLIANCE THEREAT
WOULD NOT RESULT TO THE NEEDED AUTHORIZATION TO PURSUE
OWNERSHIP OF THE REST OF THE VAST LANDS OF THE LEGAL ESTATE?
What is this, P.D. 892 would promise exemption Irom its harsh rules upon diIIicult
compliance, only to retake the land, or give it to somebody else? Only the Titulo
Propriedad 4136 has passed the requirements oI PD 892 Ior its vast lands in the Central
Region oI the Philippines, nothing else! It is because, only Titulo Propriedad 4136
(issued April 25, 1894) has passed the strict requirements oI the stringent Maura Law,
nothing else! The Maura law is the last legal system oI Spanish Land Registration. All
big lands must have been registered in the Maura law. And changes perIorce must be
recorded with its heralded system oI land adjustment. (AIter Maura law, all previous
systems oI Spanish title oI land ownership, iI there be any, are no longer honored.)
In the case oI Titulo Propriedad 4136 (issued April 25, 1894), two Torrens titles
(OCTs 5617 & 5706) were issued to portion (445 has.) oI the vast land: oI an encomienda
--173,000 Ior the Rizalists, Masons, and Enlightenment movement Ior the Enlightenment
project, under the care and thrust oI Don Mariano San Pedro; and a latifundio--4,700 has.
in Norzagaray as Don Mariano San Pedro's permanently owned property oI mineral land
which he used in his public works project with the Civil Government. In the Land Reg.
Proceedings, the 445 has. were allowed by the Court to be titled in the Torrens System
upon validation oI the land, and the establishment oI authenticity and legality oI the
Spanish title. The said vast Spanish title has been approved, and its coverage honored to
constitute the vast land oI San Pedro estate. The whole San Pedro estate due to approval
oI Titulo 4136 is honored by the Hon. Courts oI law to constitute 173,000 has.

Looking Back for Clarity

In the G.R. 103727 and G.R.106496, the Honorable Supreme Court maniIested
conIusion between the Iake April 29, 1894 Titulo 4136, and the genuine and authentic
April 25, 1894 Titulo 4136. The Supreme Court mistook the authentic April 25 Titulo,
Ior the Iake extrapolated April 29 one, and began mentioning oI the Iindings oI the
shadowy National Bureau oI Investigation (NBI) Document Examiner Segundo Taba-
yoyong in 1989 who has been involved in irregularities. The authentic April 25, 1894
Spanish Titulo was regularly Iound true and authentic by proper the NBI Document
Examiner Antonio Rotor, Sr. in 1968, without any erasures and attempt at extrapolations,
because its strength lies in the truthIul smaller Iirst grant oI latifundio oI 4,700 has. extant
on its Iace without need Ior alteration, to be only adjusted within a strict time period, to a
second grant oI an encomienda through Maura Law.

At any rate, in the said GRs 103727 and 106496, the judicially conIirmed "next oI
kin" and "true legal heir" Don Alejandro P. San Pedro is on the side oI Government,
because the respondent Judge Oscar Fernandez was instrumental in his heirship
declaration, i.e. against squater syndicate alias Don Engracio San Pedro, whose real name
was Pedro Ignacio.) (The declaration oI Don Alejandro San Pedro as the 'next oI kin
and the 'true legal heir oI Don Mariano San Pedro by the Special Proc. Case No. 312-B
oI Malolos Regional Trial Court, is also given imprimatur by the Hon. Supreme Court
through its en banc Resolution dated Jan. 26, 1989.



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In the G.R.s 103727 and 106496, this is the Location Plan oI Titulo 4136 recognized by
the Hon. Supreme Court as "notoriously claimed" by San Pedro Heirs, which is 'kind as it
is in accord with law on land ownership. This is the only time Hon. Supreme Court
exhibited in SCRA "A Map oI Land-Claim and Ownership", and emphasized its most legal
"public, notorious, adverse to whole world" claim oI land ownership.


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*NOTEcontinued: This much is private land oI the San Pedro estate, entrusted Ior the
Enlightenment project oI Vanguardia Rizalistas (who made possession and cultivatorship
oI the vast land), together with the Freemasons, La Liga Filipina, and the whole oI the
Enlightenment movement today, including the Sovereignian Rizalists oI Luzon, Visayas
and Mindanao, and to the extent oI the Enlightenment stand, the Jose Rizal University,
the Knights oI Rizal, the Enlightenment Leage and Moral Society, Inc., and the peaceIul
progressive organizations, and scientiIic institutions.

You cannot own vast tracts oI land in the urban areas without a Spanish title,
otherwise you will resort to the Public Land Law, where government grant oI land is
small, and valid only to public lands. But this is private land. What has become private
land cannot anymore revert to public land! It is elementary in law that the registration oI
TP 4136 with Land Reg. Act 496 (or Torrens Title) makes Titulo 4136 INDEFEASIBLE,
IMPRESCRIPTIBLE, UNVOIDABLE, Iree Irom laches, and valid till the end oI time.
This is the title oI vanguardia Rizalista and the Enlightenment movement, thru San Pedro
estate thrust, to 173,000 has.-land that 'covers lands in the provinces oI Nueva Ecija,
Bulacan, Rizal, San Pedro-Laguna and Quezon; and such Metro Manila cities as Quezon,
Caloocan, Pasay, Pasig, Manila, (and San Pedro de Makati), thus aIIecting in general
lands extending Irom Malolos, Bulacan to City Hall oI Quezon City and the land area
between Dingalan Bay in the north and Tayabas Bay in the South."

The Rizalistas will Iight Ior the land that had been possessed and cultivated by its
Iorbears to continue the peaceIul revolution (Part II) started in the Enlightenment project
oI Dr. Jose Rizal. We will Iight Ior this remaining hope oI the patriots (particularly the
Rizalistas) and the enlightenment movement to realize the dream oI the Motherland.

To repeat, the registration oI the Titulo 4136 with the Land Registration Act 496
(or Torrens Title) makes Titulo Propriedad 4136 INDEFEASIBLE, IMPRESCRIPTIBLE,
UNVOIDABLE, FREE FROM LACHES, PERFECT and VALID till the end oI time!
This is the kind oI title the Vanguardia Rizalista and the Enlightenment movement have,
thru the San Pedro estate thrust, to 173,000 has. land 'covering the lands in the provinces
oI Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, Rizal, San Pedro-Laguna and Quezon; and such Metro Manila
cities as Quezon, Caloocan, Pasay, Pasig, and Manila, (including San Pedro de Makati),
thus aIIecting in general lands extending Irom Malolos, Bulacan to City Hall oI Quezon
City and the land area between Dingalan Bay in the north and Tayabas Bay in the South."

Together with these are, Irom the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), the Land
Bank Capital Bonds oI 'heirs oI Don Mariano E. San Pedro, with the DMESPFI. as the
Testamentary administrator and executor thereoI (Ior the Rizalistas, the Masons, and the
Enlightenment movementIor the Enlightenment project), ref.. the Land Bank Capital
BondsInterim CertiIicates Nos. 180-1, 180-2, 180-3, and 180-4, all under the Series oI
1968, each valued at P400,000,000, totalling P1,600,000,000 with 7 interest per annum,
as certiIied to by CBP on Dec. 14, 1989.

Also included Ior consolidation in the San Pedro estate entrusted Ior the Enlighten-
ment Project and the Enlightenment Movement are the 554 has. in Tungkong Mangga, in
San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan; the 370,208 sq.mtrs. under Lots 888-New, 949-B, 1049-
B, 1048-B in Pasong Putik, Novaliches, Quezon City; and Lots 946, 947, 948 with the
TransIer CertiIicate oI Titles (TCTs) Nos. 39086, 39072, in Brgy. Tala, Caloocan City;
and the 70,000 has. in InIanta, Real, and Gen. Nakar, Quezon province.

The Rizalists will struggle determinedly to bring about greater Enlightenment in
the world today. This will need Ior greater eIIort oI the Enlightenment movement to
strengthen their vigilance to Dare to Know! And to Fight the InIamous Things! The
inIamous things are the perplexing injustices, poverty, ignorance, superstitution, and
corruption. The Enlightenment wealth and its basis in the land oI TP 4136 (that has been
possessed and placed under cultivatorship by our Iorbears), shall be usedto continue
the peaceIul social revolution started in the Enlightenment project oI Dr. Jose Rizal.
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*LAST NOTE: From SanPedroFoundationKabeet.com, E-mail reply to Ms. B. Sandoval:
The Don Mariano E. San Pedro Foundation, Inc. is the only corporate Ioundation
allowed by law, thru the SEC, to use the name 'Don Mariano E. San Pedro in a
Ioundation. This Ioundation has been established by Don Alejandro P. San Pedro, Sr.
since 1987 to consolidate and administer the legal San Pedro Estate according to the
altruistic vision oI the San Pedro Patriarchs. By the Will oI Don Alejandro, the San Pedro
Foundation has become the owner/trustee oI the San Pedro estate. Don Alejandro was the
lone judicially determined next oI 'kin and true legal heir oI Don Mariano. He achieved
this exclusive conIirmation oI heirship Irom Hon. Courts oI law. |Pls. see Bulacan RTC
Court Orders (Spec. Proc. Case 312-B) dated Jan. 31, 1996 & June 13, 1997, with direct
mandate and imprimatur Irom Hon. SC thru its en banc Resolution dated Jan. 26, 1989.|

THE FABIAN CASTILLO GROUP, as mentioned in your e-mail 'attachment,
lost their San Pedro heirship case in the jurisdictional and Iact-Iinding Spec. Proc. Case
312-B (Br. 15, RTC, Malolos, Bulacan), and it is not the only group that now traces their
San Pedro claim thru Don Conrado Ignacio 'mortgage.

They are preceded in this claim by Maria Socorro Tandag Conrado. Sadly, they
also all lost their cases in the RTC up to the Hon. Supreme Court. (Pls. reI., inter alia, to
Director oI Forestry vs. Munoz, SCRA 1968, and the Oct. 11, 1977 Iact-Iinding ruling/
Order in jurisdictional Spec. Proc. Case 312-B, Br. IV, FiIth Judicial District, CFI,
Baliuag, Bul., viz: 'Assuming the estate oI Don Mariano Iailed to redeem the mortgage
in Iavor oI Don Conrado within the redemption period oI ten years, it is the latter or his
heir who had lost the right to collect the indebtedness oI Don Mariano aIter the lapse oI
the prescriptive period oI ten years and, thereIore, the mortgage action against the Estate
in question had expired and the Iull ownership thereoI had remained in the Estate as the
encumbrance thereon had been eliminated aIter the lapse oI the prescriptive period Ior
Conrado to institute the mortgage action; Conrado`s claim in Intervention is maniIestly
sham and Irivolous because there is no law which makes the mortgagee ipso Iacto the
owner oI the property mortgaged upon the mortgagor`s Iailure to pay the debt or redeem
the mortgaged property; on the contrary, it is the right oI the Conrados to collect or
enIorce the mortgage that prescribed aIter the lapse oI ten years (Art. 1142 NCC).

'XXX..ACCORDING TO EVIDENCE which remains uncontradicted, the
Conrados were able to appropriate and beneIit Irom the Estate some income thereoI, the
total value oI which Iar exceeds the total indebtedness oI Don Mariano; considering this
uncontradicted evidence and in the light oI the character oI the 'Contrato, it would seem
quite clear that the contract between Don Mariano and Ignacio Conrado is one oI
'antichresis; it becomes, thereIore, the obligation oI the Conrados to apply the harvests
and income they derived Irom the Estate in payment oI the indebtedness oI Mariano San
Pedro y Esteban (Art. 2132 to Art. 2139, NCC); hence, it would seem Irom the evidence,
that the obligation oI Don Mariano E. San Pedro y Esteban, iI there was any, involving
the Estate in question had already been Iully paid or extinguished; moreover, there
likewise remained unrebutted and uncontroverted (Tsn, pp. 3, 4 & 5, hearing oI Feb. 4,
1977) to the eIIect that Don Conrado had already accepted more than P100,000.00 Ior the
redemption oI the property which was mortgaged to him by Don Mariano.)

WITH THEIR T.P. 4136 MORTGAGE CLAIM AS THEIR BASIS, the groups
identiIied with Don Conrado Ignacio continue to hold on to the San Pedro estate, and to
which they Iurther add-up the 'double II plans and as well as certain 'Swo plans
acquired by Don Conrado Ignacio in the course oI his possession and management oI the
mortgaged TP 4136. The San Pedro Foundation has now legally requisitioned the so
called estate oI Don Conrado Ignacio inclusive oI the mortgaged TP 4136 oI Don
Mariano E. San Pedro, and as well as its expansion with 'double II plans, and others.
These are such an immense volume oI wealth and property, and when totally controlled
by the San Pedro Foundation and the Enlightenment movement, can change our course in
history, regain Ior us our honor, and change our destiny as a nation.
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RESOLU%IONS:

1. The Rizalist church in Langhaya, Antipolo city, must be reestablished,
today, right now, without condition, or we`ll consider this a state oI war.

2. The 1,800 has. land under Approved Plan II, in the name oI Don
Ignacio Conrado, and under Titulo 4136 must be transIerred to the
trust and care oI the DMESPFI, the Enlightenment movement and the
Sovereignian Rizalists oI Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

3. All lands within Titulo 4136 held with Iake titles must be conveyed
and entrusted to the Philippine Enlightenment Movement, through the
Don Mariano E. San Pedro Foundation, Inc., and The Enlightenment
University System, and to the Movement (La Liga Filipina, and
Vanguardia Rizalista, the Freemasons, the Knights oI Rizal, and the
Sovereignian Rizalists oI Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao).

4. All the lands within Titulo 4136 will be consolidated in the name oI
the Heirs oI Don Mariano E. San Pedro, Don Mariano E. San Pedro
Foundation, The Enlightenment University System, Ior the Enlighten-
ment Project oI the Enlightenment Movement, (viz.: La Liga Filipina,
Vanguardia Rizalista, the Freemasonry, the Knights oI Rizal, the
Sovereignian Rizalists oI Luzon, Visayas & Mindanao, Jose Rizal
Univ., and peaceIul progressive organizations & scientiIic institutions.

5. The Land Law Center, the World Enlightenment Center, and the Inter-
national Federation oI Enlightenment Masters, must be established
within The Enlightenment University System (ThEUS).

6. The Enlightenment Movement in the World and in the Philippines
shall be strengthened and expanded thru the active enlistment, Iorma-
tion and ediIication oI Enlightenment Masters all over the land.

7. All interests Ior the consolidation oI the properties under Titulo 4136
must be legally prosecuted without let-up to support the Enlighten-
ment Project and the Enlightenment Movement.

8. The Enlightenment Movement shall seek to establish strong Enlight-
enment support groups in the Iorm oI the Enlightenment Library,
Enlightenment University, Enlightenment Masters, Enlightenment
Bank, Enlightenment TV, Enlightenment Radio, Enlightenment Satel-
lite, and Enlightenment Temples in the Hearts and Minds oI Men.

9. The Enlightenment Movement will ever Dare to Know! And will ever
Fight the InIamous Things! (Injustice, Poverty, Ignorance, Superstition, Corruption)

10.The Philippines Enlightenment Movement is hereby established in the
same oIIice with the Don Mariano E. San Pedro Foundation, Inc., and
The Enlightenment University System, under the Iollowing address:
No. 35 F. Guerrero Street, Taguig City 1638, Telephone: 839-7014,
Mobile: 09207355333, E-mail: theenlightenmentmovementgmail.com.

By: The PHILIPPINES ENLIGHTENMENT MOVEMENT

ProI. Arturo D. San Pedro, Admnstr./(Coordinator) oI the Estate
THE DON MARIANO E. SAN PEDRO FOUNDATION, INC.