On Aug 26, 2015, at 8:47 PM, Anna Von Fritz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
This is under the temporal role of the Holy See, not the Sacred offices as I stressed in my comment.
Two hats. Two roles. One role is secular and administrative. One is religious.
Anyone of any religion can be a sovereign, but the Holy See in its temporal role defines what a sovereign is and also the rights and duties of a sovereign. Thus in the most abstract sense all sovereigns occupy an office created and defined by the Church.
It is in applying the duties of a sovereign that the power of the office lies– the exact opposite of what people expect.
Your rights as a sovereign are secondary and dependent upon the duties. If you don’t do the duties you can’t claim the rights, but if you do the duties nobody can obstruct or complain about your Will in any matter.
Thus when I perform my duty to expose crime and prosecute it, nobody has any ability to object or interfere. When I do my duty to protect the lives and welfare of my countrymen and defend the land jurisdiction to which I am heir nobody can object, either.
This is all about sovereign power and identity and practical worldly issues that are common to all people and all religions.
It does not imply that you are subject to the Holy See with regard to any religious issue or belief. There are sovereigns who practice voodoo who are sovereigns nonetheless.
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On Aug 26, 2015, at 3:21 AM, ARNIE ROSNER <email@example.com> wrote:
And what about American Sovereigns not affiliated with any specific church?
In the service of the Creator.
It takes so few words to express the truth!
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