Fiat justitia et ruant coeli. Let justice be done, though the heavens may fall. See Ferdinand I 320:1.
The vast majority of groups termed 'sects' by the Government are small organizations with fewer than 100 members. Among the larger groups is the Church of Scientology, with between 5,000 and 6,000 members, and the Unification Church, with approximately 700 adherents throughout the country. Other groups found in the country include Divine Light Mission, Eckankar, Hare Krishna, the Holosophic community, the Osho movement, Sahaja Yoga, Sai Baba, Sri Chinmoy, Transcendental Meditation, Landmark Education, the Center for Experimental Society Formation, Fiat Lux, Universal Life, and The Family.
We must not regard political consequences, however formidable they may be. If rebellion was the certain consequence, we are bound to say,'Justitia Fiat, ruat coelum' (Let Justice be done, though the skies may fall).' See Ferdinand I 320:1.william Mansfield
Bonam quippe intentionem, hoc est, rectam in se dicimus, operationem vero non quod boni aliquid in se suscipiat, sed quod ex bona intentione procedat. Unde et ab eodem homine cum in diversis temporibus idem Fiat, pro diversitate tamen intentione eius operatio modo bono modo mala dicitur.Peter Abelard
Ruat cœlum, Fiat voluntas tua.
If by some Fiat I had to restrict all this writing to one sentence, this is the one I would choose: The summit of Mt. Everest is marine limestone.john mcphee
Nulla vis humana vel virtus meruisse unquam potuit, ut, quod præscripsit fatalis ordo, non Fiat.
When irrational terror takes to itself the Fiat of moral goodness somebody has to die. ... No man lives who has not got a panic button, and when it is pressed by the clean white hand of moral duty, a certain murderous train is set in motion.Arthur Miller
Quod crebro videt non miratur, etiamsi cur Fiat nescit. Quod ante non vidit, id si evenerit, ostentum esse censet.
If the confidential communications made by servants of the Crown to each other, by superiors to inferiors, or by inferiors to superiors, in the discharge of their duty to the Crown, were liable to be made public in a Court of justice at the instance of any suitor who thought proper to say "Fiat justitia mat caelum," an order for discovery might involve the country in a war.
Nulla iniuria est, quæ in volentem Fiat.