In ancient times, royalty and nobility were celebrated by holding courts of public ceremony with a show of honor. These court days have lost their stigma and now royal titles are so common that it takes only one name to give everyone a royal dose of the royal. Whether it is the Prince of Greece or the Emperor of Brazil, every name and character must have had some form of royal lineage.
Why do we so often name our children after royalty? There are so many advantages to being named after royalty. For example, the power we have in the name is more than the power of God! The power of having a royal name can be a shield that protects us against the consequences that come with a mistake or lack of respect. The power of a royal name is not the same as royal power, it is simply the power that is attached to the name.
Not only does lack of royality often cost us our rights in the court system, it can lead to confusion. For example, if we want to sign a contract using a royal form of signature that is used to seal important documents, it can be argued that the signature on the document must have some level of authority as the signature is part of the legal authority of the document. This is not to say that royal signatures do not matter.
For children to find their true royal identity and find their place in the world, one of the first rules that I must give them is to always be true to their real name. No matter who they are, they must never ever forget their name. What I mean by this is not only is not to use someone else’s name but when the name is part of their identity they must always stick to it and use it. They are supposed to respect it.
It is so not true that one must stick to their true name. It is far more important to stick to their true name than other people’s that you will be able to live true to your true name. What happens more often than not is that someone will have a chance to step wrong on the line and have their true identity used against them. We see this in all the time we are trying to win a battle. It is not an easy battle.
“Your royal name is your armor”. We all have so many other names that we go by in our everyday lives that we are not always true to who you are. Your true name can be the name on your driver’s license, the name on your voter’s card or the name of your baby girl’s name. That name is your true name and the fact that it is true is the most important aspect for you to remember and keep forever.