Tag: nobility

Hundreds of Older German Runic Artifacts Demonstrate the Scythian Goth Kinship in Viking and Saxon Nations, directly linked to Wolfenbuettel-Brunswick

In some parts of the Saxon Empire, like in Frisia (through the late period of the Brunoid Kindred Emperors), these older Runes (Elder Futhark) were the official written alphabet of the people, and on the coinage etc. Here you may view hundreds of artifacts of RUNES from GERMANY (Greater Saxony mainly)  https://www.schleugerhard.com/deutschland-a-n/ . They don’t call […]

The Entitlement to Rule: Legal, Non-Territorial Sovereignty in International Law

The following is a sub-chapter from Dr. Kerr’s book The Entitlement to Rule: Legal, Non-Territorial Sovereignty in International Law. The sub-chapter is entitled “Introduction: Dynastic Rights, Sovereignty and Prescription.” It is in volume two, chapter one at http://www.the-entitlement-to-rule.com/id38.htm    Most people interested in nobility and royalty have no idea how sovereignty could still be legally intact […]