Really Becoming an Empire: Some Aspects of Transforming America. Part Four

This is about the Arcadian-Acadian heritage, people and Tribe. I have mentioned this subject often in this blog.  I recommend that you read the rest of this post first and then come back to the links to other posts in this blog. Here are some of the posts and a page where Acadians or their institutions are  mentioned are represented:

1. https://franksummers3ba.wordpress.com/2010/04/21/louisiana-in-the-proposed-reconstitutionalized-american-union/

2. https://franksummers3ba.wordpress.com/2010/04/20/monarchy-and-royalist-culture-in-america-past-present-and-future-part-3-3/

3. https://franksummers3ba.wordpress.com/2010/04/08/thinking-a-new-thing-a-competing-american-narrative/

4. https://franksummers3ba.wordpress.com/2010/01/28/see-you-later-alligator-after-a-while-bobby-charles/

5. https://franksummers3ba.wordpress.com/images/photographs-in-vermilion-parish/photographs-reproducing-mommees-paintings-1/

To show how Acadian experience is relevant to the question of how Americans govern themselves and have decided to do so in the past I will quote one of my own post in this blog at length this post in turn has links to longer and very worthy sources that can help one to understand how all of these historical issues are interrelated.

“The first really key point is that the real roots of the American Revolution occurred in a larger colonial context.  I am going to recommend a book that does not declare ( as I do here and now) that the Acadian expulsion (loosely described in Longfellow’s epic poem Evangeline)  were a principal cause of and stimulus to the American revolution.  But it does show the connections of this event to the revolutionary ferment in a broad contest. In this regard I recommend Leach’s book.  http://www.amazon.com/Roots-Conflict-Colonial-Americans-1677-1763/dp/0807842583#noop 

Secondly, I want to show that the destruction of Acadie was a large and significant act. That it had everything to do with creating a British profile and character the Americans could distrust and that in their early history the Acadians had both elements the Americans were eager to restore to their experience of the British Constitution and also the chivalric and aristocratic values which I argue that we need to restore today. In which regard there is a recent book by John Mack Faragher:  http://www.amazon.com/Great-Noble-Scheme-Expulsion-Acadians/dp/0393051358  to understand the British view of how great and wealthy a land the Acadians had created and how eager they were to have its wealth for themselves.  The Acadian experience is deeply tied to the American experience as a whole.”

However, in this post I cannot really describe the Acadian people or experience. The best I can go is outline their role in the proposed new regime. I will focus on doing as I have done with other parts of the proposed regime.  I will fill out a portion of the Constitution’s demands so that perhaps there can be some light shed on the things they represent. There must be eight hundred forty members of the Acadian Electoral Delegation in the Conclave. I will set out to identify these eight hundred forty and let the rest of the Ethnos Arkadios be seen by that little revelation.

THE 840 MEMBERS OF THE ACADIAN ELECTORAL DELEGATION

I.  The Acadian Peer- Electors

A. Les Princes de Grand Familles representant pour vie et tout

1. The Second Heir of the Boulet Principality

2.The Second Heir of the Theriot Principality

 3.The Second Heir of the Broussard Principality

4.The Second Heir of the Mouton Principality

5, The Second Heir of the Leblanc Principality

B. Les Presidents Herediteurs  Haute Chefs et Condes de los Acadianos representant

6. The First Heir of The High Boudreaux High Chieftancy

7.The First Heir to the Melancon High Chieftancy

8.The First Heir to the Hebert High Chieftancy

C. Les Chefs Medi Herediteurs des Acadiens

9. Le Chef Medi Boudreaux Bas

10. Le Chef Medi Thibodeaux

11. Le Chef Medi Breaux 

D. Les Chefs Bas Herediteurs des Acadiens

12. Le Chef Prince, Le Roi et Basile

13. Le Chef Fontenot

E. Autre Chefs Herediteurs

14. Le Sous Chef Herediteur Theriot de Bayou Lafourche

15. Le Sous Chef Herediteur Broussard de la Paix Attakapas

F. Institutional Peers

16. Sheriff of Vermilion Parish

17. Head of the Francophone Studies at the Universite des Acadie

18.Head of the Center for Louisiana Studies at the Unversite des Acadiens

19. Head of the English Department at the Universite de Acadiens

20. Highest representative securable by treaty at St. Anne’s University

21.Head of the French Immersion Program  at St. Anne’s University

22. Bishop of  Houma-Thibodeaux

23. Sheriff of Acadia Parish

24, President Elective de la Federation des Comites de Vigilance

25. Superior of the  Sacred Heart Sisters Community of Grand Coteau

II. Bouletherion Delegates

1. First President of the Bouletherion Elected by the Council of Chiefs 

2. Second President of the Bouletherion Elected by the Council of Chiefs

3. President of the Bouletherion appointed by the Basileus  Deceased

4. President of the Ladies Councils in the Bouletherion Elected Thereby.

5. President of the Ladies Councils in the Bouletherion  Appointed by the Basilissa. 

6. Le Chef Guidry Herediteur des Garde de Soir et Noir des Roi et Reine.

III. Les Sous Presidents de Conseil des Armes

1. Le Premiere SousPresident de Conseil des Armes

2. Le Sous President Ouest de Conseil des Armes

3. Le Sous President Est de Conseil des Armes

IV. Le Conseil des Droit

1-3 Les Plus de Toute des Lois

4. The Chaplain

5-9 The Assistant Chaplains

11. The  Chief Genealogist.

V. La  Premiere Maison

1. -10. Highest Ranking Acadian members of the House not Disqualified.

11.-21. Ready list of the Basileus Deceased

22.-32. Ready List of the Basilissa

VI. Chiefs of the Auxiliary Councils

1. Chief of the Metis Auxiliary Council

2. Chief of the Creoles of Coleurs Council

3. Chief of the  Advocate Council High Ranking Acadians without High Last Names.

4. Chief of the Black Race Auxiliary.

5. Chief of the Ethnic Auxiliaries Federation.

6. Chief of the Auxiliary of Royal Descendants.

VII. Delegates of the Revolution and Restoration

1-72 Seventy-Two Delegates of the Congres Mondial

73-144 Seventy-Two Delegates of the Action ‘Cadien

145-217 Seventy-Two Delegates of CODOFIL

VIII. Random Seventy-Twos

First, the Seventy-Two Acadiana Acadians

Second, the Seventy-Two Acadie Acadians

Third, the Seventy-Two Sympathizers of La Rochelle

Fourth, the Seventy-Two Willing Greeks of Arcadia

Fifth, the Seventy-Two UL Alumni

Sixth, the Seventy-Two Alumni of Our Lady Of the Oaks and St. Charles College.

25 +6+3+11+32+6=83

217 + (6 x 72)=649

The remainder of the 840 seats after subtracting 732 is 108. There would be 54 seats on a yearly rotation in a  twelve year cycle of the Couples serving as family and kinship coordinators. There would 27 seats at random from the guards assigned to the late Basileus. There would be 27 seats assigned first to the late Basileus Harem and if he had fewer than 27 consorts to his Roll of Friends not otherwise seated.

Using these terms and names one could search though my blog posts and piece together quite a bit. This is not the last time the tribe will be mentioned but it is where I will stop for now.

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