His Majesty King Roman 
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What you should know about His Majesty King Roman 

His Majesty King Roman served in defence and in public service,   in the UK (including Aden) and Australia (including Papua New Guinea), since 1961 until he retired from the Department of Law in Darwin in 1986. 

His Majesty King Roman has assisted the poor, in the UK, Australia and overseas, since 1965 when he joined the Secular Franciscan Order while still serving in the Royal Air Force, up until 1986. He also founded Filipino Club Darwin  (FCD) in 1990 to help orphans and poor, while continuing to minister to the poor through Reconciliation and Universal Family Ministry, and up until recently when FCD funds depleted.

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His Majesty King Roman then served as a Bishop of Reconciliation until 1996, and as Archbishop of the Universal Family Ministry he founded until 2006. 

King Roman has diplomas in Divinity, Naturopathy, Professional Herbal Medicine, Legal Studies, and Forensic Science, amongst others.

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For his humanity and charity, King Roman has received various awards, knighthoods, praise in Parliament, and nominations for Pride of Australia and Australian of the Year 2009. 

King Roman has written a variety of books since 1963, mostly factual including two encyclopedias, and also fictional including The Amazing Adventures of Professor John Hudson  

King Roman received patents from Queen Elizabeth and from Australia, and his most recent invention, and the most important, is Moonship Phoenix. 

King Roman was born a prince in 1942 Edinburgh, Scotland, during World War 2, his father a Polish lieutenant (Prince) Roman Dambski, Count of Lubraniec (who inherited the Grand Duchy of Lithuania the following year when Prince Wladislaw Gedroyc died.

King Roman's mother Katherine Mann, born Waersegers in 1913 and a descendant of Sir Anthony van Dyck

In 1992, King Roman discovered, on a visit to Warsaw, his father's tomb, not only headed Count of Lubraniec but also Grand Duke of Lithuania. 

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His Imperial Majesty King Roman I 

seeks, in return for reward or commission from him, to negotiate funding in order to: (1) restore and create Monarchies; (2) construct and test a radio-controlled small- scale model of Moonship Phoenix; (3) produce a movie of his books The Lost Symbol and Moon Shock; and (4) help the starving orphans and poor everwhere. 

                                                                            The Entitlement to Rule 

"It is extremely rare that people interested in nobility and royalty fully understand or comprehend the legal right of the sovereign head of a deposed royal house to be a fons honorum with the lawful right to award honors and give special recognitions for merit"...

"All sovereigns are equal, not of course in power, but in rank ... Sovereign equality under the law was a part of the Treaty of Westphalia and is enshrined in the charter of the United Nations as a law." 

                                                 These are excerpts from a 2 Volume Treatise                                                   THE ENTITLEMENT TO RULE: by Dr Stephen Bacay Kerr

Another way to assist with restoration 

Particularly if you are specially interested in our Moon and the development of Space Travel

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

 

King Roman with mother Katherine, father Grand Duke Roman 1945, and sister Princess Christine (recently)

                            Royal Coat of Arms                             

Count Lubraniec Arms

Prince Gedroyc Arms (from 13thC)

King Roman at head of procession to Vilnius Town Hall for the inaugural meeting of the Royal Lithuanian Nobility Society (LBKS) on 24 April 1994

Original LBKS Senate 1994