H. M. King Roman
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H. M. King Roman, then Ronald Victor Charles Mann, graduated from Trinity Academy Secondary, Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1960, in science and languages, also having studied latin, piano and guitar. He joined the Royal Air Force in 1961, and served in the Secretarial Branch in UK and Aden. In 1967 he emigrated to Melbourne, Australia, where he joined the Public Works Department in accounts at Treasury Place. He learned to fly at Moorabbin Airport, and became a regular singer/guitarist on the Dick Cranbourne Country & Western Show on Radio 3DB. In 1970, he was selected among 33 from 2000 applicants to be a patrol officer in Papua New Guinea, and trained at the Australian School of Pacific Administration, Mosman, Sydney, then at Kwikila, Brown River, PNG. (He was recently - 2014 - awarded the Police Overseas Service Medal TPNG for this service.) Cruising back to UK in 1973, residing at 67 Great Pulteney Street, Bath, he joined the Royal Navy Reserve, trained at HMS Flying Fox, Bristol, and at HMS Portsmouth, and served as an executive officer in HM Customs & Excise. He was elected a minister of the Secular Franciscan Order at Bristol, and married teacher/nurse/writer Fele Javier at Dover in 1975 prior to their settling in Darwin, Australia. He served with the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department, and then as Officer in Charge of Debt Recoveries at the Department of Law from NT self-government, 1978 to 1986, when he resigned to pursue ministry to the poor and homeless.
In this capacity, he was appointed bishop/prior of Reconciliation and the Order of St Basil, Hobart, 1976 to 1986, when he founded the Universal Family Ministry, and was archbishop/president until 2006, also founding the Filipino Club Darwin Incorporated in 1990, fully active for 23 years, and was first president, to help orphans and poor. He was appointed first Group Leader of the historically 1st Port Darwin Sea Scout Group in 1981, the same year he became producer and co-presenter of what became the Filipino Hour on Radio TopFM. He obtained an instructor qualification from the Australian Yachting Federation, and later a Coxswain certificate through Charles Darwin University. He also graduated as a Doctor of Naturopathy from the Anglo-American Institute of Drugless Therapy, UK, and Doctor of Divinity through St Basil's Theological College, Hobart.
In 1992, while visiting his bio-father's tomb at 299B Brama IV, Warsaw, he learned of his father's royal and noble titles, in particular Grand Prince of Lithuania and Count of Lubraniec. King Roman is a writer and inventor. He invented Moonship Phoenix, still to be built. He was nominated for Australian of the Year in 2009, and has been otherwise awarded for his humanitarian works, which include assisting asylum seekers in all Australian courts, including the High Court of Australia. He is a recent graduate diplomate in Legal Studies and in Psychology. He enjoys sea cruising, and is a fan of Perry Mason, The Practice, JAG, Bones and Castle.
"A monarchy in exile has legal rights, supported in International Law, to exist & to continue to conduct business of the monarchy as though still in power"
By the legal premise that "silence signifies assent" the several governments of Lithuania and later the Lithuanian Nobility Society have recognized by default the Royal Rank and Sovereign Status of Grand Duke Roman II without demur since he was patented in 1993, just as he has accepted the constitutional civil sovereignty of their leaders.
"The good of the people is the highest law" - Cicero
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Residence: 124 7 Progress Drive, Coconut Grove NT 0810, Australia Mail: PO Box 42331, Casuarina NT 0811, Australia Phone: 61 8 8948 1123
Pss Edith, Lady Fele, Cr. Pss Shirley, King Roman
Katherine, Dutch mother above, and with King Roman and sister Christine, and dog Peter
Grand Prince Roman I, Count Lubraniec Dambski
Boy Prince Roman, mother Katherine
Polish King Augustus III document to Count Kazimierz Lubraniec Dambski 1748
Road into Lubraniec with Dambski Arms
Procession Vilnius Town Hall from Cathedral 23 April 1992
Senate of the LBKS elected 23 April 1992