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His Majesty King Roman initially inherited royalty as Grand Duke of Lithuania from his Polish father 48 years ago in 1967, confirmed by royal tomb at Brama IV in Warsaw, in letters patent 1993 prepared by Alan, Earl of Dalvey, and by a Lithuanian genealogist. His royalty was enhanced by a Darwin lawyer's determination of accrual of many other royal titles. See Royal Succession 

As a result, in May 2005 King Roman declared himself King of East Europe, now renamed Europa, and crowned himself as others (like Napoleon, Emperor of France) have done before. He prefers to reign from tropical Darwin, Australia, where he and his wife have resided since 1975. 

King Roman is usually referred to as His Majesty, yet he is rightly His Imperial Majesty, from which determination he is able to grant the royal titles of King and Queen, and may release some of his own royal titles in order to create new Kingdoms. See REAL Titles from REAL King.

King Roman was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, as (Prince) Ronald Victor Charles Mann in 1942. Following graduation from Trinity Academy in 1960, he served in the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy Reserve, HM Customs & Excise, as patrol officer in Papua New Guinea, (for which he was recently and late awarded the Police Overseas Service Medal TPNG), and as a Section OIC at the Department of Law in Rabaul and later in Darwin.

King Roman served as a Secular Franciscan Order minister 1976-86, then resigned from the Public Service. He served as a Church of the Reconciliation bishop 1986-96, when he founded the Universal Family Ministry, serving as archbishop president until 2006. His Majesty has been praised and awarded for his charitable and humanitarian activity, of which his charity Filipino Club Darwin, founded 1990, assisted orphans, poor, and asylum seekers for 23 years. He was a nominee for Australian of the Year 2009

In the late 1960s he was a regular on Melbourne Radio 3DB, singing and playing guitar on the Dick Cranbourne Country and Western Show, and later he was a Producer/ Presenter on Territory Radio (then Radio 8 TOP-FM) for six years He also appeared a number of times singing on ABC Radio Port Moresby and on GTV9 Melbourne.

The King is a writer (The Amazing Adventures of Professor John Hudson, two encyclopedias, etc.), and inventor (particularly of the revolutionary Moonship Phoenix) with patents from the Queen and from Australia. He holds Doctorates in Philosophy, Naturopathy, and Divinity, a Coxswain Certificate and a Pilot Licence, Diplomas in Professional Herbal Medicine and in Legal Studies. He was the first Group Leader of the Port Darwin Sea Scouts at startup in the early 1980s. 

His favourite book is James Barney's The Genesis Key. He particularly enjoys TV shows JAG, and Castle. His favourite movies include No Way Out, and Blame it on Rio. Favourite actress Jessica Alba. He debuted in the movie The Phantom (1996) starring Billy Zane and featuring Catherine Zeta-Jones; and appeared briefly in the TV series (The New Adventures of) Flipper (1996) starring Jessica Alba. 

In retirement, at age 72 (2014), he enjoys cruises with his (retired teacher/nurse) Filipino wife (and writer) of 40 years, recently on the Oosterdam to the South Pacific in December 2014, Sapphire Princess 13 January to Indonesia, Carnival Spirit 18 February to the South Pacific, and Rhapsody of the Seas 17 April Sydney to Singapore. He travels as an Ambassador for the Kingdom of Europa

If you like, you can meet His Imperial Majesty on board.

                                                Residence: 124 7 Progress Drive, Coconut Grove NT 0810, Australia                                                 Mail: PO Box 42331, Casuarina NT 0811, Australia              Email: hmkingroman@yahoo.com 

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HIM King Roman. Lord High Admiral, is shown here with Lady Fele, granddaughter Princess Nikki. and daughter Princess Edith

Where King Roman's journey began in 1992: the Royal Tomb at Brama IV, Warsaw 

Prince (Grand Duke) Wladislaw Gedroyc tomb marker in southeast Poland