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After a seventy-year reign, Queen Elizabeth II died on 8, September 2022. Long live the King.
On the announcement of her death, immediately, the proclamation, long live the King is declared. There’s no hint of a break in the monarchy in the United Kingdom. In a time of uncertainty and collapse of government, this is remarkable. What’s so special about Monarchy? And particularly that of Great Britain?
This post is an interruption in the Mind-Body Problem Solved book series to consider the importance of the change in monarchy in the UK as a result of the death of Queen Elizabeth and the arrival of King Charles III.
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Ever since the ousting of Louis XVI by the French Revolution in 1789 and the secession of the United States from Britain, monarchy has had its ups and downs. The last monarchy was lost in 2008 when communist…