Dominion of Melchizedek

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The Dominion of Melchizedek (mal-khay-tzed-ek) is a recognized ecclesiastical and constitutional sovereignty. As a rapidly expanding, post-modern state, the Dominion's activities are governmental, spiritual, political, educational and humanitarian. References are made to Melchizedek's eternal sovereignty throughout Hebrew and Christian Holy Writ. All monotheistic religions spring from the blessing Old Testament Abraham received from Melchizedek, the righteous king of peace and history's first monotheistic teacher of God, the Most High.
Due to the fact that information about Melchizedek was almost exclusively and early found on the Internet, the Dominion was declared by NBC News to be the first nation on the Internet.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the Dominion of Melchizedek:

The Dominion of Melchizedek is an Ecclesiastical Sovereign Nation State, which lays claim to an ancient tradition dating back to the Biblical Salem (modern Jerusalem) over which Melchizedek was the sovereign.

The people of Melchizedek desired independence so their leaders signed a formal Constitution on 7 July 1991, thereby forming a government of the people based upon ecclesiastical and democratic principles.

On 26th November 1994, the Dominion of Melchizedek acquired full ownership and sovereignty over the Karitane Islands in the South Pacific and on the 5th of May 1999 acquired sovereign rights over the Taongi Islands in the North Pacific from the island’s Iroijlaplap. In the year 2000, Rotuma, which is north of Fiji, signed a constitution, wherein Melchizedek was granted all of the same rights and privileges enjoyed by the Vatican in Rome, and Melchizedek acquired sovereign rights over Solkope, one of the 7 islands surrounding Rotuma.

The formerly unclaimed 90-150 degrees West Antarctica was claimed by Melchizedek in 1990, and said claim was published in The City Paper in Washington DC in 1991.

DeJure Recognition

On June 3, 1993, The Central African Republic extended dejure and official recognition to the government of the Dominion of Melchizedek.

Defacto Recognition

* Dominican Republic
Letter of Appreciation dated 1st December 1998

* Grenada
Diplomatic Note No. 459/98 – 14th July 1998

* Republic of Bulgaria
Invitation by Bulgaria to negotiate bilateral relations between the Government of DOM and Republic of Bulgaria.

* Republic of Bulgaria
Bulgarian Court Approves DOM Trade Center
10th November 2000

* Malaysia
25th Feb. 1998
Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia -
Advises that D.O.M. passport holders do not require entry visa to Malaysia.

* Mongolia
Association of Mongolian-Melchizedek Cooperation Established Friday 30th June 2000

* Netherlands
Royal Netherlands Embassy – Letter 9th June 2000

* Philippines
Office of The President of The Philippines
Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor – Resolution No.97-008 – 20th October 1997


* United Nations
Letter from United Nations 19th December 1990 recognizing the aspiration to Statehood.

* Asian-Pacific Parliamentarians Union
32nd General Assembly and 62nd Council Meeting Endorsement of the DOM as Observer to the APPU by the following represented countries;
Kingdom of Tonga, Tuvalu, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Cook Islands, Kiribati, Republic of Korea, Guam, Northern Marianas Commonwealth, Fiji, Philippines.

* U.S.A
Federal Court has recognized D.O.M.

* U.S.A
District Court Order – 28th May 2003
Compliance to Courts of the Dominion of Melchizedek

Recognition of Passports

The following countries in the past have allowed D.O.M. citizens to enter without first obtaining a visa:
Seychelles, Sudan, Benin, Sir Lanka, Liechtenstein, Grenada, St. Vincent, Antigua, Dominica, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Mexico, Argentina, Paraguay, Peru, Chile, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Canada, Fiji.
Note: Some also traveled with DOM diplomatic passport.

With a diplomatic visa:
Central African Republic, Nigeria, Philippines, etc.

Visa free:
South Africa

The following countries have written letters stating that the people of the Dominion of Melchizedek may apply for visa permits using their DOM passports.
Panama, South Korea, Brunei, Burma, Thailand

The European Union (E.U.) wrote a letter on behalf of the President of the E.U. to the D.O.M. Minister of European Affairs wherein the letter referred to DOM as an ecclesiastical state.
[Source: www.melchizedek.com]
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