I can answer questions in Portuguese, Spanish and English about: Dynastic and Nobility Law History Religions Asian Culture and Religion
I study the subjects since I was small child. I gave my first lecture when I was 11 years old. Since that time, I've presented lectures in National and International Events in Brazil. I was invited professor several times in PUC-PR (Catholic University) to lecture about Eastern Religions. I'm also the author of the only specific book in English about Dynastic and Nobility Law.
- Sovereign Imperial and Royal House of Ghassan - Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem - Aikikai Foundation Japan - Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels
- Book "Middle East - the secret history and possible solutions" (2014) - Book "Dynastic and Nobility Law - The End of a Myth" author (2011) - Book (Foreword) "A-Breaking Wave" by Anna Wang (2009) - Essay "State Sovereignty Versus Titles and Honours" (2011) - Essay "The House of Ghassan and its Legal precedents" (2011) - Essay "Ghassan post Ghassan (2)" (2012)
I attended the IBEPEX University for Marketing & Propaganda in Curitiba, Brazil. Based on over 25 years studying the subjects, I was granted with several Honoris Causa Doctorates (History,Theology, Anthropology) a Honoris Causa PhD in Religious Philosophy and a Strictu Sensu Doctorate in Canon/Dynastic Law with my thesis "Dynastic and Nobility Law, the end of a Myth" which later on became the homonymous book. I'm also a internationally recognized Master in Aikido (Japanese martial art) with the 5th Degree of Black Belt (recognized and certified by the Aikikai Foundation in Tokyo, Japan) which made me study the Japanese Culture for over 20 years.
- Knight of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem - The Pilgrim's Shell as a Knight of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem - The US President's Lifetime Achievement Award for Volunteer Service 2010 and 2015 - United States Congressional Special Recognition - International Cultural Award Trentino-Abruzzo Alto Adige (Italian Government), "History Category" - Ambassador "Extra Moenia" of the Province of Abbruzzo, Italy - Senate Recognition (California) - Global Officials of Dignity Awards "Noble Man of the Year" at the United Nations - Honorary Member of the "Guardia D'Onore Alle Reali Tombe Del Pantheon", Italy - Special Award Jordanian Ministry of Education - Special Award Governor of Irbid, Jordan - Honorary Member of the "Childcare and Family Charity Society" (Jordanian Royal Family) - Member of the "Comité d’Honneur" (Honorary Committee) of the Union des Gaullistes de France (2009) - Legislative Senate of the State of Parana (Brazil) - Motion of Honor 2010 - City of Curitiba (Brazil) - Merit 1999 - United Nations Medal of the Peacemakers - Brazilian Medal of the Navy Veterans - Colonel of Kentucky (2012) - US President Volunteer Award (2010) - Honorary Member and Juror of the Monaco Charity Film Festival - Honorary Member of the Asian World Film Festival
The diversity of the laws that govern succession in different Houses.
There are a lot of myths that ought to be dissipated.
To be a monarch is to be a "ultimate servant" is to donate your life to the Kingdom. Everything else is secondary.
We've today many websites / organizations pretending to be authorities on the subject with neither credentials nor knowledge to answer questions. With a very basic and simplistic knowledge about European Royalty, their objective is just to have followers and make money from naive people. The world of Royalty and Nobility is very diverse and cannot be seen only by the European perspective.
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