Canonum De Ius Rex
Canons of Sovereign Law

one heaven iconI.   Introductory provisions

1.2 Concepts

Article 11 - Sovereign

Canon 5459 (link)

A Sovereign is an 8th Century CE word first defined by Sacré Loi (“Sacred Law”) to describe one anointed by God as having supreme, independent authority to rule a political region known as a Realm.

Canon 5460 (link)

The word Sovereign is derived from the combination of two (2) ancient Latin words sover meaning “savior” and regno meaning “to rule, reign; to be supreme lord”. Hence a Sovereign literally means by its original etymology “to rule and reign as a savior”.

Canon 5461 (link)

By the very definition and meaning of Sovereign, any man or woman appointed to such high office by sacred oath is obligated to three (3) ancient and primary tasks being Protect the Realm, Protect the Law and Protect the People:

(i) To Protect and Defend the Realm is the first obligation of the Sovereign as a legally defined entity, defined territory, possessing its own personality and rights; and

(ii) To Protect and Defend the Law of the Realm is the second obligation of the Sovereign to ensure Rule of Law, Justice and Equality prevail; and

(iii) To Protect, Defend and Educate the People (Subjects) of the Realm is the third sacred obligation of the Sovereign.

Canon 5462 (link)

To hide the origin of the word Sovereign as coming from the Franks and Sacré Loi (Anglaise (Old French) for “Sacred Law”), the Latin word sover meaning “one who rescues or protects another from harm” was corrupted to “soter”.

Canon 5463 (link)

By definition, the mind of all men and women is Absolute Sovereign over their body through a True Trust granted through Divine Right of Use by Divine Trust. Therefore, no person, entity, spirit or force may abrogate, nor interpose themselves into or above such a sacred and inviolable covenant.