Laws, when good, should be supreme; and the magistrate or magistrates should regulate those matters only on which the laws are unable to speak with precision owing to the difficulty of any general principle embracing all particulars… The goodness or badness, justice or injustice, of laws varies of necessity with the constitutions of states. This, however, is clear, that the laws must be adapted to the constitutions. But if so, true forms of government will of necessity have just laws, and perverted forms of government will have unjust laws.

~ Aristotle 384-322 BC. Greece, Philosopher

Historical Age, Pax Romano 50 BC-500 AD; Astrological Age, Aries, 2000 – 1 BC