posted on Sep, 16 2013 @ 03:41 PM
You could be like Rick Perry, governor of Texas. A person who has no ability at all to rightfully govern the state. And Texas is not like any other
state, it was once a country. It still has certain rights to its own independence and could even theoretically become its own kingdom with a king.
It's legally possible but highly unlikely.
Maybe it isn't such a good idea to be a qing (or queen). Hawaii was once its own kingdom and look what happened to it. Certainly by being a qing you
become endangered, so you would need some kind of protection against threats. It was very easy for the United States military to overthrow the Hawaii
government and royalty and install their own. Hawaii could not stand a chance against the USA.
If you have gone on some sort of quest like Lord of the Rings [edit: actually the Chronicals of Narnia is more of an appropriate story] you might have
some kind of claim to being a king. It just depends on you and your experience (if you have actually gone on some sort of magical trip). Hell, maybe
even wearing a gold ring (or tooth grill) makes you more of a king. Also, if you were to win the lottery you could certainly live the life of a king;
doesn't mean you are a king though because you still follow certain laws and rules. Or maybe not, maybe when you win the lottery you become part of
the 'elite' and actually do become a king (or queen).
There are plenty instances and stories of kings throughout history to study in regards to becomming a king. In the Three Kings story of the birth of
Jesus Christ, the Three Kings brought sacred gifts of frankensis, mhyrr, and gold. This is kind of interesting because you have three kings bringing
gifts to a spiritual king. If you are religiously oriented (or if you just want to try something) you could buy some mhyrr, gold, and frankensis. And
having gold in this kind of economy certainly puts you in a much better place than if you don't have gold. So yeah, you should probably think about
getting some gold. Buying frankensis and mhyrr is up to you though.
Maybe if your name were something like 'Stephen King' and you just happen to accomplish a large volume of work (in his case fiction) you get the
subtlety of being a king. That is kind of a far out theory though and I doubt his name has any connection to his work. (I don't know if that's even
his real name or just his pen name) If he were to be named something else besides the last name King it shouldn't have any effect on his work, right?
I know that my last name has absolutely nothing to do with what I write, or how I perceive myself with my own mind. You could test this theory though
and change your last name to 'King' and see if it makes you any more of a king. Lol. I wonder how many people have changed their last name to 'King.'
edit on 16-9-2013 by ImagineFree because: Lord of the Rings should instead by Chronicals of Narnia