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Welcome to the Realm of

Saint Lawrence

       Named for the great river that marks part of its Southern border, the twenty-second Realm of the Domain is known for its air, land, and sea. Sharing four of the five Inland seas as a border with five Realms, a land border with a sixth, Saint Lawrence is a Realm that spans half a continent, with a natural and spiritual history to match.

       Lady Dame Mala Moragain ni Avalon: the Realm's First Ruler, did much to set Saint Lawrence in order. It has waited long for its next Ruler to step forward.

       Much of the Realm's life, for all its lands, is guided by water: from Hudson Bay to the mouth of the Realm's namesake on the Ocean of Storms. It is more than just a land of natural beauty. It is a Realm of anomalies.


Stats and Information

Full N ame: The Realm of Saint Lawrence

Pronunciation: Saint Law-rinse

Entymology: Named for the St. Lawrence River, which forms part of the Realm's Southern border. The river, in turn, is named for Saint Lawrence of the Catholic religion.

Date Founded: March 31, 2011

Demonym: Lawrencian, Laurentian

Population(current): 0

Ruler(s): Imperial Administration

House(s): None at current time

Flag: The AvaPagani - "Flag colors represent Royalty and the Blue Blood who carry it in their hearts: regardless of lineage, title, or mundane state. Purple is for the Royal and Noble way we face our challenges in life: with dignity, respect, and the ancient wisdom which allows us to never show our minds on our face. While the Blue represents Water that gives us life and our ability to tap into the Universal all. Blue represents peace and tranquility, as we face our lives with honor and respect for all.

       The picture is one my mother had taken on an ordianry day, it is her front yard and all was tranquil and peaceful. The sky clear, the ground drying, yet when she developed the photo, there - in the centre - was a shining light. Although no mist nor rain caused this effect, it was nature's way of reminding her of me and my path, on the long road of life and spirituality. It was a reminder that there is always more than meets the eye, and often there are things we do not see, yet are there, nonetheless. It was awe at what she thought was merely mundane, and shows my will'o'wisp that will always guide me back to her. It is  the wisp we all follow to find our inner peace and the place where we know we may find sanctuary and recharge our spiritual batteries.

       The Unicursal Hexagram was used and later modified by Aleister Crowley and became the symbol of his Thelemic Tradition. It represents eternity. The unicursal hexagram was also part of the symbol called "The Seal of Oricalchos" that was prominent in the Waking of Dragons arc of Yu-Gi-Oh! In fact, one of the antagonists of the arc is named Aleister, referencing the famous occultist Aleister Crowley. English author, philosopher, and occultist Aleister Crowley's adaptatoion of the unicursal hexagram placed a five-petaled rose (symbolizing the Divine) in the center: the symbol as a whole making eleven (five petals of the rose plus six points of the hexagram), thought by some as the number of divine union. An interwoven unicursal hexagram. the unicursal hexagram was also used by the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn (or "Golden Dawn") and can be traced back to at least the beginning of the 15th Century." -former Lady Mala Moragain

Anthem: "Visions" by Simple Circus

Provinces: Eastlands (Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Newfoundland and Labrador, Quebec, New Brunswick), Westland (Ontario), Winterland (Nunavut and Victoria Island)

Royal District: None at current time

Royal Court: None at current time

Royal Home: None at current timeNew

Laurentian Provinces

Name of province: Eastlands

Location: Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Newfoundland and Labrador

Population(current): 0

Origin of name: Named in reference to the province comprised of the Eastern lands of the Realm

Ruler(s): None at current time

Duchies(to date): None at current time

Name of province: Westland

Location: Ontario

Population(current): 0

Origin of name: Named in reference to the province comprised of the Western lands of the Realm.

Ruler(s): None at current time

Duchies(to date): None at current time

Name of province: Winterland

Location: Nunavut and Victoria Island

Population(current): 0

Origin of name: In reference to the Northerly-situated, constant cold and remote nature of the Province.

Ruler(s): None at current time

Duchies(to date): None at current time

Places of Interest, Power, and Enchantment

The Temegami Magnetic Anomaly

      The Temagami Magnetic Anomaly, also called the Temagami Anomaly or the Wanapitei Anomaly, is a magnetic anomaly resulting from a large buried geologic structure in the Canadian Shield near Temagami, Ontario, Canada. It stretches from Lake Wanapitei in the west to Bear Island in Lake Temagami.

       The Aboriginal community of Teme-Augama Anishnabai lies partly within the Temagami Magnetic Anomaly, including the Temagami First Nation on Bear Island. Located nearby are a number of other geological structures, including the Sudbury Basin, the Lake Wanapitei impact crater, and the Temagami Greenstone Belt.

      The Temagami Magnetic Anomaly is egg-shaped, 36 mi long and 12 mi wide. The central section has the greatest amplitude and an east-west strike.

       The Temagami Magnetic Anomaly has similarities to the nearby Sudbury Basin, which is one of the richest mining areas in the world, and so it could be a second metal-rich impact crater.

      (from Wikipedia)

Belle Isle

       Belle Isle (French for "Beautiful Island") is an uninhabited island slightly more than 15 mi off the coast of Labrador and slightly less than 20 mi North of Newfoundland at the Atlantic entrance to the Strait of Belle Isle, which takes its name.

      Named by the French explorer Jacques Cartier, the island lies on the shortest shipping lane between the Great Lakes and Europe and is on the main north-south shipping route to Hudson Bay and the Northwest Territories. The northern terminus of the International Appalachian Trail is on Belle Isle.

       Belle Isle rises to about 699 ft at its highest point and is 20 sq mi in area, 11 mi long and 3.7 mi wide. It is nearly 15 mi from either coast, but it is slightly closer to the Labrador side of the Strait of Belle Isle, and it has a lighthouse (supported by flying buttresses) at both its northern and its southern ends.

        Belle Isle is the northernmost peak of the Appalachian Mountains, which extend in various shapes over 3,200 km (2,000 mi) southwest to Alabama, United States.

       (from Wikipedia)

Bay of Fundy

         The Bay of Fundy (French: Baie de Fundy) is a bay between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, with a small portion touching the U.S. state of Maine. Its extremely high tidal range is the highest in the world. The name is likely a corruption of the French word fendu, meaning 'split'.

      The tidal range in the Bay of Fundy is about 52 ft. (The average tidal range worldwide is about 3.3 ft.) Some tides are higher than others, depending on the position of the moon, the sun, and atmospheric conditions. Tides are semidiurnal, meaning they have two highs and two lows each day, with about six hours and 13 minutes between each high and low tide. 


      Because of tidal resonance in the funnel-shaped bay, the tides that flow through the channel are very powerful. In one 12-hour tidal cycle, about 100 billion t (110 billion short tons) of water flows in and out of the bay, which is twice as much as the combined total flow of all the rivers of the world over the same period. The Annapolis Royal Generating Station, a 20 MW tidal power station on the Annapolis River upstream of Annapolis Royal, was one of the few tidal generating stations in the world, and the only one in North America.

       Most of the rivers have a tidal bore, a wave front of the incoming tide that "bores" its way up a river against its normal flow. Notable ones include those on the Petticodiac, Maccan, St. Croix, and Kennetcook rivers. Before the construction of a causeway in 1968 and subsequent siltation of the river, the Petitcodiac River had one of the world's largest tidal bores, up to 6.6 ft high. Since the opening of the causeway gates in 2010, the bore has been coming back, and in 2013 surfers rode it a record-breaking 18 mi.

       Other phenomena include the Reversing Falls near the mouth of the Saint John River, a rip tide at Cape Enrage, and the Old Sow whirlpool at Passamaquoddy Bay.

        (from Wikipedia)

Saint Lawrence

is ruled under an



An aerial view of downtown

Caer TorLaw,

Former Royal Court of the Realm of

Saint Lawrence

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