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Legion_0f_Mary

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Hi, I'm glad to join a monarchy forum.  I've never been on one before.[angel]
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A warm welcome to any and all new members here, I apologize for my late words of welcome, however I trust your stay is a happy, informative and as rewarding one as mine has been. I also look forward to your many and varied contributions in the years to come.[smile]
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Hello my name is Kevin, and I am an American. My interest in Monarchies began about 14 years ago. I had a deeply profound conversion to the Catholic faith at the time, and began studying the prophecies of the Great Monarch and Holy Tsar. I was on pilgrimage in Europe and North America for the majority of those 14 years, living out of a rucksack, visiting holy shrines, churches, monasteries, hermitage's, apparition sites. I always had an apocalyptic knighthood spirituality, but it wasn't until I discovered the real sword in the stone in Tuscany, Italy that my life would take on a profound meaning, even if it is a humble life. The sword of St. Galgano is the legendary Excalibur on Earth. I spend a great deal of time researching, reflecting, and writing about St. Galgano, and I do what I can to educate the public about him.
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Hello all!

As you can probably guess I am from the US State of Pennsylvania.

I came to support monarchy gradually after hearing some religious arguments as well as through studying history.

Tradition and legitimacy is what I consider to be the country's most natural form, and preferable to republicanism. An ideal monarchy for me is one that is consistent with the teachings of Christianity.
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Shalom,

I am a "Jewish" Monarchist.  My Christian name is Geoffrey Max and my Jewish name is Mordecai. 

I am born on the day Moses and Rabbi Nachman were born and according to Rabbi Johnathan Cahn Jesus was also born on that day (Moses also died on that very same day). 

I say "Jewish" because we Jews are really the sign of the BUll, we are the tribe of Josef which is confused with Acher, Efraim and Menashe.  (I can explain how this works theologically)

You Catholics are of the tribe of Benjamin, like Mordecai from Shushan, Persia the Prime minister of Xerxes I of Persia.  What happened to you is that by Purim you had all become descendents of Jacob.  Later in Rome two orphans drank the milk of a wolf and became "mutants".  Gd gave you special strengths and a howling sadness.  Only the milk of Rachel can cure you.  She is the mother of Rabbi Nachman and Josef (If anyone from Femen group in Ukraine is reading this , be in touch).

So the religions of the world are not the real dividing lines between people or even tribes.  THe issue of Monarchy is very serious because only the Monarchs can work together to re-establish Peace under Gd!  Thomas Jefferson is right when he says all men are created equal (and different).

MY GOAL:

Turn Mt Zion (the burial site of KIng David and of the last supper room) into an international Royal property where Monarchs can work together to bring Peace and the rule of Divine Law back to this planet.

The Monarch that wants to be first among peers should really contact me.  He will be the leader of the Lion and will be at Peace with the leader of the Bull which is no other than King and Rabbi Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman.

PS.  I have written a letter to Brunei, and will communicate with any other court, everyone gets a fair shot at this.



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I'm Azadi. I'm a Kurd, and I'm a monarchist. I support restoration of the monarchies of Russia, Turkey, Iran and Ethiopia. My preferred form of government is democratic hereditary constitutional monarchy. I'm a strong supporter of Kurdish independence from Iraq. My religious affiliation is a private matter, but I'm a non-Muslim. 
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Welcome Azadi. Tell me, do you support a revival of the short-lived Kingdom of Kurdistan as it was under King Mahmud Barzanji?
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No. Mahmud Barzanji never managed to unite the Kurdish people, and he didn't manage to establish a lasting state. There is no support for making Kurdistan a monarchy, and I'm personally not opposed to independent Kurdistan being a republic. But the head of state of Kurdistan ought to be titled Shah. Shah means king in Kurdish and Shah is the traditional Iranic royal title. Using the title Shah for an elected head of state of Kurdistan will uphold Iranic tradition.

If Kurdistan shall be a hereditary monarchy, I will prefer electing a foreign prince, who marries a Kurdish woman, Shah of Kurdistan. In addition, a Shah of Kurdistan must be a supporter of Kurdish independence from Iraq. The Osmanoglus are the obvious choice, because they ruled South (Iraqi) Kurdistan before WW1, and most Kurds were loyal to the Osmanoglu dynasty. But the Osmanoglus identifies as Turks and no Osmanoglu has supported Kurdish independence from Iraq publicly. Another option is electing a Romanov Shah of Kurdistan because of the historical ties between Kurdistan and Russia. Russia accepted the Kurdish independence referendum in 2017 unlike USA.


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The trick at this point is for Monarchs to bring the mortal remains of Rabbi Nachma to King David. I do not see any other game on the board (if you want to win).
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Despite the fact, that I'm a Kurd, I'm descended from German nobility. My German ancestors lived in present-day Saxony-Anhalt. A Kurd being descended from German nobility is very rare. I'm a Nestorian Christian, but my German ancestors were Lutherans.
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