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Western Canada British spelling act?

Foreign relations of Suverska: add isolationist, self-sufficient, etc.

Micronational map of the United States – for Canada/West?

Electoral history of Adam I of Adammia – for Arctic

Church of the Pahun

Conradh Daonlathais and website

TImeline Suverska?

UCI World Cup?

COVID-19 pandemic in Suverska
2020 coronavirus pandemic in Suverska
First outbreakWuhan, Hubei, China
Confirmed cases0[1]

There are no confirmed COVID-19 cases in Suverska.[2]

Source: CTV case tracker, CTV vaccine tracker

Comparison of religions in Suverska
Diremenism Catholic Christianity Orthodox Christianity Tekannism
Classification Christian sect Mainstream Christianity Mainstream Christianity New religious movement
Foundation 21st century Canada 1st century Middle East 1st century Middle East 21st century Canada
Holy book Bible, additional writings Bible Bible The Cards
Main branches None None Greek, Russian, others Orthodox, Russellian
Local group Unorganised Province of Regina UOCC central eparchy Tekannic Temple
Additional information on Diremenism and Tekannism

Diremenism, of unknown Greek origin, is a non-denominational sect of Christianity that believes in the revelation of religious truth through study and contemplation of religious texts, including deuterocanonical books and the New Testament apocrypha, especially through the analysis of imagery and metaphor. It emphasises predestination and the perfection of God's will, suggesting that typical biblical antagonists, such as the serpent in the Garden of Eden and the dragon in Bel and the Dragon, were right in their actions or even commendable for their participation in God's will and the development of the greater good. The movement can trace its roots back to the story of the dragon in Bel and the Dragon (Daniel 14:23–30), with its founding members citing the line "There was also a huge dragon" (Daniel 14:23) as having great significance. In the story, Daniel slays an this idol dragon by baking cakes that cause the dragon to burst open upon consumption, and followers of Diremenism applaud the Daniel for his methods for dragon for its participation in God's will. Because of this, dragons, as well as cake, are a symbol commonly used in Diremenic practices. Followers of the sect, collectively called Diremen, assert that their studying strategies can be applied to any text, religious or non-religious, to reveal religious truth.

Tekannism, from Swedish tekanna (teapot), is a syncretic new religious movement (and originally parody religion) that emphasises surrealism and religious absurdity, drawing inspiration from the Principia Discordia, Bertrand Russell, and Nordic culture. The religion prioritises free thought and religious scepticism, and it stresses the significance of the number five and its frequency, such the five classical elements, the five temperaments, and the five senses, for example. Since shortly after its founding, Tekannism has been divided into two major denominations—Orthodox, which focuses on the religious and ritualistic aspects of Tekannism and is led by a council of five high prästs, and Russellian, which focuses on religious scepticism and is monolatrous (calling Russell's teapot its leader and the only god worthy of worship).

Followers of the faith use the Tekannic Calendar, which divides the tropical year into thirteen twenty eight-day months (close to the length of one lunar month), each of which are divided into two fortnights, plus one greatly ritualistic non-calendar day (called Mörk); the calendar is also divided into seventy-three five-day weeks, and holidays take place on the fifth day of each week and each month, as well as on other days. The organisational structure of Tekannism is fivefold, with the highest being the präst; through the participation in ritual games observed by four other members, one of whom must be of higher ranking, one can ascend this hierarchy. Tekannism's cosmology is also fivefold, as it divides the universe into five knowable dimensions (in English, perfection, light, earth, hell, and void) each associated with a different element, colour, and being, as well as possible unknown dimensions. The "transversal" (perhaps comparable to an Axis mundi, which is represented by the man-made element, metal, and the colour grey, connects the five dimensions, and can usually only be opened during religious ceremonies; ghosts and other apparitions are said to be other beings travelling through the transversal.

Suverska population growth

Flag used by supporters of the revolution.
  • For 2014 Maylong: Veskrai (5), Flosia (2), Mansuetus (4), .May (3), B/D (2) - total now 16
  • For 2016 Maylong: Hutsuls (4), .May.A (1), Grt Gma (1), Pe/Te (2) - total now 24
  • For 2018 Maylong: Do/De fm (5), St/Jo fm (3), Le/Ad fm (5), Sh/Au fm (2) - total now 39
  • For 2020 Maylong: Codle (1), Scots (3), Nvy/Mesa (2), Jce (1), but lost Jo/Pa (-2) - total now 44
  • Coming for 2022 Maylong: Sh/Au k I’d? Be/Ho fm?


Rename Suveria to Aurora?

Climate data for Vic:

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Right to bear arms YesYes
Suverskan Ukrainian
Суверсьський діалект української мови

Influences from Canadian Ukrainian and Upper Dniestrian.

Public polling

2020 poll of Suverskans asking if the influence of various nations is 'mostly positive' or 'mostly negative' on the world.
Country Positive Negative Diff.
European Union
United Kingdom
United States