Sovereign, Coronation

  1. “Above all, Executors must cultivate perceptiveness, for without this, kings and queens might walk before our faces and we would not see.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 3
  2. “With stout and unfailing arm, Executors shall defend the principles of monarchy to all who challenge them.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 6
  3. “In seeking a true leader, the Executor must test the heart of each candidate, sifting through the weak, foolish, and evil for the good.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 13
  4. “With steadfast pace and upright bearing, we and those who follow us shall prevail.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 9
  5. “When the dream is fulfilled and the day has come to crown a leader, spectacle and pomp are fitting. Spend lavishly.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 1
  6. “To serve as an Executor is to stand as a pillar of the City. Hold your head high.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 2
  7. “Executors shall uphold the rights of others with all their strength until a greater leader arises to take that burden.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 6
  8. “Opportunities will arise to profit from our mission, to accrue personal power and wealth. Decline them.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 12
  9. “In your long search, remember that true leaders inspire others to follow. Tyrants may exercise petty power, but they will be abandoned before long.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 13
  10. “The greatest merits are found within. But even these are better displayed by sumptuous dress and a sense of style.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 1
  11. “We pursue an unrealized ideal, but we do so clearly, without illusions.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 9
  12. “The hand of the law must fall impartially on the rich and the poor, the powerful and the weak. This is required of both rulers and the Executors who serve them.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 6
  13. “While our wealth is not meant for personal use, we should remember that a taste of luxury can be instructive, even persuasive.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 13
  14. “The time to walk away from a poor candidate is before the crown is offered. Executors must test and dismiss many thousands without guarantee of success.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 10
  15. “The sign of New Monarchy should come to mean comfort, safety, and strength.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 1

Definition/Summary:

Political sovereignty

  • The exclusive right to have control over an area, to operate the government, enact laws, and regulate activities and commerce
  • The full right and power of a governing body to govern itself without any interference from outside sources or bodies
  • In political theory, sovereignty is a substantive term designating supreme authority over some polity

Coronation

  • Act of placement or bestowal of a crown upon a monarch’s head
  • Refers not only to the physical crowning but to the whole ceremony wherein the act of crowning occurs, along with the presentation of other items of regalia, marking the formal investiture of a monarch with regal power

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Volumes in order

  • “The sign of New Monarchy should come to mean comfort, safety, and strength.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 1
  • “The greatest merits are found within. But even these are better displayed by sumptuous dress and a sense of style.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 1
  • “When the dream is fulfilled and the day has come to crown a leader, spectacle and pomp are fitting. Spend lavishly.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 1
  • “To serve as an Executor is to stand as a pillar of the City. Hold your head high.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 2
  • “Above all, Executors must cultivate perceptiveness, for without this, kings and queens might walk before our faces and we would not see.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 3
  • “With stout and unfailing arm, Executors shall defend the principles of monarchy to all who challenge them.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 6
  • “Executors shall uphold the rights of others with all their strength until a greater leader arises to take that burden.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 6
  • “The hand of the law must fall impartially on the rich and the poor, the powerful and the weak. This is required of both rulers and the Executors who serve them.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 6
  • “With steadfast pace and upright bearing, we and those who follow us shall prevail.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 9
  • “We pursue an unrealized ideal, but we do so clearly, without illusions.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 9
  • “The time to walk away from a poor candidate is before the crown is offered. Executors must test and dismiss many thousands without guarantee of success.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 10
  • “Opportunities will arise to profit from our mission, to accrue personal power and wealth. Decline them.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 12
  • “In seeking a true leader, the Executor must test the heart of each candidate, sifting through the weak, foolish, and evil for the good.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 13
  • “In your long search, remember that true leaders inspire others to follow. Tyrants may exercise petty power, but they will be abandoned before long.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 13
  • “While our wealth is not meant for personal use, we should remember that a taste of luxury can be instructive, even persuasive.” —Laws of the Executors, Vol. 13