WEFOUNDEmperor's Consort Chronicles of the Shifter Directive 5 (Siren Publishing Epic Romance ManLove)


Financial support for the CONSORT group is provided in part through the generosity of the following partner organizations:

Financial support for the CONSORT group is provided in part through the generosity of the following partner organizations:

In Eastern Europe the rulers of the Russian Empire also used translatio imperii to wield imperial authority as successors to the Eastern Roman Empire . Their title of Emperor was officially recognised by the Holy Roman Emperor in 1514, although not officially used by the Russian monarchs until 1547. In practice the Russian Emperors are often known by their Russian-language title Tsar , which may also used to refer to rulers equivalent to a king.

For purposes of protocol, emperors were once given precedence over kings in international diplomatic relations; currently, however, precedence amongst heads of state who are Sovereigns– whether they be Kings, Queens, Emperors, Empresses, Princes, Princesses and to a lesser degree Presidents – is determined by the duration of time that each one has been continuously in office.

Outside the European context, emperor was the translation given to holders of titles who were accorded the same precedence as European emperors in diplomatic terms. In reciprocity, these rulers might accredit equal titles in their native languages to their European peers. Through centuries of international convention, this has become the dominant rule to identifying an emperor in the modern era.

The translation for Evil Emperor’s Wild Consort has been stopped due to licensing issues with the original publisher. Please read this announcement for more details:  http://volarenovels.com/announcement-eewc-hm/

Orphaned at an early age and born weak, Gu Ruoyun was the shame of the general’s household and was eventually beaten to death by her own grandfather after getting wrongly accused by others. When she opens her eyes again, leaving behind that weak body, she’s no longer the good-for-nothing miss of yesterday!

Holding an ancient treasure within her body, contracting the four divine beasts, even the top experts of Azure Dragon Country are fighting to become her attendant…

"I never thought that as a man, Zhao Lin would turn out to have such urges. Furthermore, he has a preference for children. Tsk tsk. I really couldn't tell."

"But is that not so? Based on his level of power, catching the boy would be an expected move. Yet he didn't catch him at all and instead tore off his clothes in public. What a pervert!"

That last sentence came from a middle-aged man with pockmarks all over his face. In addition, he flashed a set of yellowed teeth as he spoke and sprayed his spit all over the place. His beady eyes were squinted into one line and had a hairy mole grew on the corner of his eye. It was a disgusting sight.

Financial support for the CONSORT group is provided in part through the generosity of the following partner organizations:

In Eastern Europe the rulers of the Russian Empire also used translatio imperii to wield imperial authority as successors to the Eastern Roman Empire . Their title of Emperor was officially recognised by the Holy Roman Emperor in 1514, although not officially used by the Russian monarchs until 1547. In practice the Russian Emperors are often known by their Russian-language title Tsar , which may also used to refer to rulers equivalent to a king.

For purposes of protocol, emperors were once given precedence over kings in international diplomatic relations; currently, however, precedence amongst heads of state who are Sovereigns– whether they be Kings, Queens, Emperors, Empresses, Princes, Princesses and to a lesser degree Presidents – is determined by the duration of time that each one has been continuously in office.

Outside the European context, emperor was the translation given to holders of titles who were accorded the same precedence as European emperors in diplomatic terms. In reciprocity, these rulers might accredit equal titles in their native languages to their European peers. Through centuries of international convention, this has become the dominant rule to identifying an emperor in the modern era.

Financial support for the CONSORT group is provided in part through the generosity of the following partner organizations:

In Eastern Europe the rulers of the Russian Empire also used translatio imperii to wield imperial authority as successors to the Eastern Roman Empire . Their title of Emperor was officially recognised by the Holy Roman Emperor in 1514, although not officially used by the Russian monarchs until 1547. In practice the Russian Emperors are often known by their Russian-language title Tsar , which may also used to refer to rulers equivalent to a king.

For purposes of protocol, emperors were once given precedence over kings in international diplomatic relations; currently, however, precedence amongst heads of state who are Sovereigns– whether they be Kings, Queens, Emperors, Empresses, Princes, Princesses and to a lesser degree Presidents – is determined by the duration of time that each one has been continuously in office.

Outside the European context, emperor was the translation given to holders of titles who were accorded the same precedence as European emperors in diplomatic terms. In reciprocity, these rulers might accredit equal titles in their native languages to their European peers. Through centuries of international convention, this has become the dominant rule to identifying an emperor in the modern era.

The translation for Evil Emperor’s Wild Consort has been stopped due to licensing issues with the original publisher. Please read this announcement for more details:  http://volarenovels.com/announcement-eewc-hm/

Orphaned at an early age and born weak, Gu Ruoyun was the shame of the general’s household and was eventually beaten to death by her own grandfather after getting wrongly accused by others. When she opens her eyes again, leaving behind that weak body, she’s no longer the good-for-nothing miss of yesterday!

Holding an ancient treasure within her body, contracting the four divine beasts, even the top experts of Azure Dragon Country are fighting to become her attendant…

Financial support for the CONSORT group is provided in part through the generosity of the following partner organizations:

In Eastern Europe the rulers of the Russian Empire also used translatio imperii to wield imperial authority as successors to the Eastern Roman Empire . Their title of Emperor was officially recognised by the Holy Roman Emperor in 1514, although not officially used by the Russian monarchs until 1547. In practice the Russian Emperors are often known by their Russian-language title Tsar , which may also used to refer to rulers equivalent to a king.

For purposes of protocol, emperors were once given precedence over kings in international diplomatic relations; currently, however, precedence amongst heads of state who are Sovereigns– whether they be Kings, Queens, Emperors, Empresses, Princes, Princesses and to a lesser degree Presidents – is determined by the duration of time that each one has been continuously in office.

Outside the European context, emperor was the translation given to holders of titles who were accorded the same precedence as European emperors in diplomatic terms. In reciprocity, these rulers might accredit equal titles in their native languages to their European peers. Through centuries of international convention, this has become the dominant rule to identifying an emperor in the modern era.

The translation for Evil Emperor’s Wild Consort has been stopped due to licensing issues with the original publisher. Please read this announcement for more details:  http://volarenovels.com/announcement-eewc-hm/

Orphaned at an early age and born weak, Gu Ruoyun was the shame of the general’s household and was eventually beaten to death by her own grandfather after getting wrongly accused by others. When she opens her eyes again, leaving behind that weak body, she’s no longer the good-for-nothing miss of yesterday!

Holding an ancient treasure within her body, contracting the four divine beasts, even the top experts of Azure Dragon Country are fighting to become her attendant…

"I never thought that as a man, Zhao Lin would turn out to have such urges. Furthermore, he has a preference for children. Tsk tsk. I really couldn't tell."

"But is that not so? Based on his level of power, catching the boy would be an expected move. Yet he didn't catch him at all and instead tore off his clothes in public. What a pervert!"

That last sentence came from a middle-aged man with pockmarks all over his face. In addition, he flashed a set of yellowed teeth as he spoke and sprayed his spit all over the place. His beady eyes were squinted into one line and had a hairy mole grew on the corner of his eye. It was a disgusting sight.

Now, that’s actually a bit of a historical inaccuracy: the poison was used to knock off her other family members 2 . Her young daughter, she strangled, in order to frame her rival for the throne. It worked. Her rivals – the old queen and the old queen’s mother – were executed, and, as the histories say, they haunted her from that point forward.

Now, let’s be clear upfront: it’s impossible to know if any of that actually happened, because the historical sources on Wu are an absolute trainwreck. Although she’s documented by a surprisingly large number of histories, the recorders of said documents were, shall we say, not exactly paragons of impartiality. Some authors gleefully recorded her tales of torture and backstabbing, while others – ones she likely bankrolled – could not stop singing her praises. Getting to the bottom of Wu’s actual story has been an ongoing struggle for historians for over a thousand years. This entry will untangle it as best as possible at the end.

After bumping off her rivals, Wu ascended to the position of Emperor Gaozong’s main consort. This was unusual in the extreme – having started her political career as consort to Gaozong’s father 3 , she was supposed to have entered a convent after the late emperor’s death. But even after Gaozong’s father died, Gaozong kept her around. She shared power very equally with him, even running the government herself when he was sick (which was often). They were referred to as the Two Sages. She was, even by the most damning accounts, a good ruler, rooting out corruption and helping the commoners.

Financial support for the CONSORT group is provided in part through the generosity of the following partner organizations:

In Eastern Europe the rulers of the Russian Empire also used translatio imperii to wield imperial authority as successors to the Eastern Roman Empire . Their title of Emperor was officially recognised by the Holy Roman Emperor in 1514, although not officially used by the Russian monarchs until 1547. In practice the Russian Emperors are often known by their Russian-language title Tsar , which may also used to refer to rulers equivalent to a king.

For purposes of protocol, emperors were once given precedence over kings in international diplomatic relations; currently, however, precedence amongst heads of state who are Sovereigns– whether they be Kings, Queens, Emperors, Empresses, Princes, Princesses and to a lesser degree Presidents – is determined by the duration of time that each one has been continuously in office.

Outside the European context, emperor was the translation given to holders of titles who were accorded the same precedence as European emperors in diplomatic terms. In reciprocity, these rulers might accredit equal titles in their native languages to their European peers. Through centuries of international convention, this has become the dominant rule to identifying an emperor in the modern era.

The translation for Evil Emperor’s Wild Consort has been stopped due to licensing issues with the original publisher. Please read this announcement for more details:  http://volarenovels.com/announcement-eewc-hm/

Orphaned at an early age and born weak, Gu Ruoyun was the shame of the general’s household and was eventually beaten to death by her own grandfather after getting wrongly accused by others. When she opens her eyes again, leaving behind that weak body, she’s no longer the good-for-nothing miss of yesterday!

Holding an ancient treasure within her body, contracting the four divine beasts, even the top experts of Azure Dragon Country are fighting to become her attendant…

"I never thought that as a man, Zhao Lin would turn out to have such urges. Furthermore, he has a preference for children. Tsk tsk. I really couldn't tell."

"But is that not so? Based on his level of power, catching the boy would be an expected move. Yet he didn't catch him at all and instead tore off his clothes in public. What a pervert!"

That last sentence came from a middle-aged man with pockmarks all over his face. In addition, he flashed a set of yellowed teeth as he spoke and sprayed his spit all over the place. His beady eyes were squinted into one line and had a hairy mole grew on the corner of his eye. It was a disgusting sight.

Now, that’s actually a bit of a historical inaccuracy: the poison was used to knock off her other family members 2 . Her young daughter, she strangled, in order to frame her rival for the throne. It worked. Her rivals – the old queen and the old queen’s mother – were executed, and, as the histories say, they haunted her from that point forward.

Now, let’s be clear upfront: it’s impossible to know if any of that actually happened, because the historical sources on Wu are an absolute trainwreck. Although she’s documented by a surprisingly large number of histories, the recorders of said documents were, shall we say, not exactly paragons of impartiality. Some authors gleefully recorded her tales of torture and backstabbing, while others – ones she likely bankrolled – could not stop singing her praises. Getting to the bottom of Wu’s actual story has been an ongoing struggle for historians for over a thousand years. This entry will untangle it as best as possible at the end.

After bumping off her rivals, Wu ascended to the position of Emperor Gaozong’s main consort. This was unusual in the extreme – having started her political career as consort to Gaozong’s father 3 , she was supposed to have entered a convent after the late emperor’s death. But even after Gaozong’s father died, Gaozong kept her around. She shared power very equally with him, even running the government herself when he was sick (which was often). They were referred to as the Two Sages. She was, even by the most damning accounts, a good ruler, rooting out corruption and helping the commoners.

Empress of Japan or Japanese Empress means a female imperial ruler ( 女性天皇 , josei tennō ) . The term can also mean an empress consort ( 皇后 , kōgō ) . The current empress consort is Empress Michiko (7 January 1989 – ).

There were eight female imperial reigns (six female emperors including two who reigned twice) in Japan's early history between 593 and 770, and two more in the early modern period ( Edo period ). Although there were eight reigning empresses, their successors were most often selected from amongst the males of the paternal Imperial bloodline, which is why some conservative scholars argue that the women's reigns were temporary and that male-only succession tradition must be maintained. [1] After many centuries, female reigns came to be officially prohibited only when the Imperial Household Law was issued in 1889 alongside the new Meiji Constitution .

Kōgō is the title of a non-reigning empress consort. The title, still in use, is generally conferred on an emperor's wife who had given birth to the heir to the throne. [2] The title was first awarded posthumously in 806 to the late mother of Emperor Heizei . [3]


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