2.1 Sovereign Claim
Article 25 - Divine Right of Kings
There are two (2) forms of the doctrine Absolute and Anointed:
It is James I of England, not any predecessor, that first instituted the official motto for the British Monarch being Dieu et mon droit (Medieval French literally for “god is my Right”). The official motto relates directly to doctrine of Divine Right of Kings and for the British Monarch since James I to be regarded as a spiritual deity and therefore a god as it should be read as to its purpose as a claim “by my Divine Rights, I am a god”.
The doctrine of Divine Right was repudiated during the English Civil War of 1688 - 89 and the official motto of Dieu et mon droit was no longer permitted to be used until George I (1714 – 1727) returned its use:
(i) King William III (1689 - 1702) used “Je Main Tiendrai” as the official motto
(ii) Queen Anne (1702 - 1714) used “Semper Eaden”
As the Monarchs of England possess no Holly Blood, Sacred Blood nor Divine Right other than by argument, trickery and theft, the official motto of “Dieu et mon droit” is both unlawful and a profession of deliberate and willing heresy before all Heaven and Earth by all those who hold high office under such seal and arms.