Solstice Report: A Busy Spring Culminates in Tin Jubilee

It seems that every season that passes has its own character, its own flair. If one word, or maybe two, could best characterise this past season, filled as it was with so much excitement and joy both for the ability to be with friends and loved ones again and also for the momentous occasion of…

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Sôgmô: Post Coronavirosum Morbum, Res Novae ‘Misericordiae Radicalis’

Hodie Sôgmô C. Soergel Publicola enarravit suam Sanctam Elocutionem, pronuntiatam per annos ex consuetudine latina in I Martio seu Matronalibus. Illud Sôgmô historiam elocutionis et linguae Latinae in Sandu enarravit et misericordiae philosophiaeque Sandae sermonem egit. Sancta cultus, nomen novum Sanctae partis philosophiae Sandae, locutum est, manibus mentisque nostris facta est. Principium autem cultus Sanctae…

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New Charter for the Collegium Sacerdotum

The Honourable Sôgmô Gaius Soergel Publicola has granted the Collegium Sacerdotum (Latin: “College of Priests”) a new charter, almost ten years after það first established the coöperative and on a day that is auspicious according to Tibetan astrology. Founded on 27 May 2011, the Collegium Sacerdotum was the first coöperative in the State of Sandus…

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Solstice Report: Sandus Looks Ahead to a New Year

Since mid-March, we in Sandus have been under quarantine or extraordinary isolation. In the last six months, we have formed our own small groups, or pods, to combat the emotional tolls of this isolation, but our micronation has provided us another outlet, too. The Klatsches formed in the last few months since July have given…

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Here are the 30 Things Sandus Will Do in 2021

On Sunday at 23:00 UTC, the Sôgmô delivered their Blue Lecture found here on Channum Unum or here in text. The speech from the throne, Sandus’s second annual, reflects both on the last year and lays the framework of the Sôgmô’s policy for the following year. In their speech, the Sôgmô announced the thirty things…

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Equinox Report: What Does It Take To Be Sandum?

This summer, as the world regained its balance momentarily from the COVID-19 pandemic, Sandus did what it does best: it turned inward, introspecting on what Sandus is, what we stand for, and who we are. We reminded ourselves what our aspirations are: that we imagine a world without suffering, a world that is pensive and…

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Sôgmôni: Athenae fructus artis Quinquatribus proximis votus

XXIX November est dies gratias agendi Minervae, matronae deae nostrae in Civitate Sande, ubi Sandus populus supplicationem, quae traditione Americana et Canadense nobis traditur atque Chalkeia festo die Atheniensi, facimus. Hic dies festus non nobis celebratus est in proximis annis, ut pauca diei memoria sollemnis habeatur, sed in MMXIX nos rursus festum volumus additum in…

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Solstice Report: Sôgmô’s Legitimacy Unanimously Supported, 88.9% Participation

The Autumn season is one of the busiest times for Sandum citizens, and this has certainly been the case for us this year. We have celebrated the Armilustrium with much fanfare and joy, we have held a successful CPS Party Congress, and we have just finished an election that was the most participated in our…

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Quot estis in convivio: Sôgmô creates, appoints Feaster

At the November 2018 Party Congress of the Citizens’ Party of Sandus, Party members focused on encouraging cultural cooperation and integration between citizens. A variety of solutions were discussed—encouraging “Sandum-adjacent” people to apply for citizenship, giving gifts to Sandum citizens, encouraging participation in holidays and online discussions—but one solution focused on creating a functionary, bureaucratic…

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Equinox Report: For A Familiar Autumn

Autumn has long been considered a season for us that has held much cultural importance. It is a cosy time, a time well spent betwixt rouge falling leaves, with hot drinks on a cool night, and socialising with friends and family during celebrations of our holidays like the Armilustrium or the National Day of Socialism.…

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