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Invisible Hand Episode 27: Interview with Prince Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg

Prince Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg

 

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This episode of The Invisible Hand features my recent interview with Prince Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg, author of the books The Dragon Cede and The Dragon Legacy. He refers to himself as the Sovereign Prince of an entity called Drakenberg, as well as the Sovereign Head of an organization called The Imperial and Royal Dragon Court. This is made of people who claim descent from a collection of royal bloodlines related to De Vere’s family. They all have titles recognized by the Court as having standing in the sovereign kingdom of Drakenberg.

Now, De Vere’s work deals with several very fascinating subjects, but today I decided to focus on this concept of Drakenberg, which I’ll allow him to explain. One way of looking at it is that this is another “freedom technology,” somewhat like the sovereignty movement in the US, Canada and Britain. In that movement, people who choose to “go sovereign” file paperwork with the government announcing their freedom from the government’s rule, thus proclaiming that their own individual sovereignty is supreme.

We’ve talked about these ideas in previous editions of this podcast. This is a bit of a different twist on that, because you’re using the true traditions upon which sovereignty has historically been based — royal blood that denotes inherited rights to titles and land — to rest your own claim of sovereignty upon in the modern world. This is like talking to the elite on terms that they can understand, saying “Don’t mess with me, because I’m a prince, not just another slave.”

The other aspect of Drakenberg that is important to understand is its inherently ethereal nature. While most states are merely corporations — imaginary entities brought to life by legal proclamation — Drakenberg is transcorporeal. It is both alive and dead, apparent and hidden, real and surreal, at the same time. Because of this, it represents real power that cannot be overthrown. Or at least, that is the idea behind it.

To understand the concepts dealt with in this interview regarding Saturn’s invisible kingdom, the Golden Age, the Lord of Misrule, and the true meaning behind the anarchist symbol of the Liberty Cap, please read my essays Regnum in Potentia, Parts 1 and 2, as well as my new book Money Grows on the Tree of Knowledge.

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