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The Wedding of Manco Capac and Princess Alexandra
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The Wedding of

SAPA WECHUA MANCO CAPAC

and

PRINCESS ALEXANDRA of ALEXANDRIA


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At the National Shrine of Inti in Parap.
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WEDDING CONTRACT

between

HIS ROYAL MAJESTY, THE SAPA WECHUA MANCO CAPAC

and

HER IMPERIAL HIGHNESS, PRINCESS ALEXANDRA

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Recognizing with clear minds and open hearts, our love for each other, born in the glory of Inti and in the embrace of Mama Quilla -

Our union, based on love, mutual respect and kindness, is created before our family, friends, and all of the world,
witnessed here  in the 13th day of Grunil, of the year 1659 AN;

Our hearts and souls intertwine willingly and in dedication to each other we promise to care for each other, respect each other and
celebrate each other;

We commit our minds and our souls to the formation of a family under the Faith of Inti, embracing the love and care that comes from Inti;

WE BOTH ENTER THE FOLLOWING COVENANT OF LOVE, FAITH, AND COMPANIONSHIP:


1. The property acquired by us before our union will be our respective individual property, in accordance with law. All property acquired by either of us during the marriage will, unless we agree otherwise, be our shared property.
2. We establish a common household whose address will be in the Wechua Nation. Our children, whether those for us only one of us is parent or for the ones that both of us may be parents to, current as well as future, will be treated in the same way by us, regardless of whether that child is the child of both of us or of only one of us. The right of the children not having both of us as parents to claim rights with regard to their other parent will not be infringed by us. We will protect their interests.
3. Neither of us shall be forced to take part of any other religious ceremony which is inconsistent with current faith and customs of worship or to swear oaths which appeal to the divine through other gods. We allow the children to continue to be raised in the faith and custom of worship of their choice and solemnly declare not ever to interfere in matters of their faith and customs of worship.
4. Upon the death of either of us, the estate of that one, consisting of the whole individual property and half of the shared, will be divided this: one half of the total to the children (or in their absence, grandchildren, and so on) and one half to the surviving one of us. We declare that any will or testament inconsistent with this contract must be held null and void in so far that that the inconsistency would show. Our respective titles will be inherited according to tradition and law.
5. Should any one of us die before the children reaching majority, we vow to bring the said children up as if they were our own, regardless of whether we are their parent or not.
6. Our marriage will only be dissolved prior to the death of one of us if dissolved under the law of the Wechua Nation. The one of us wishing to file for divorce shall inform the other of this intention, and following three AN months of negotiation and attempts at reconciliation, a divorce is still sought, a filing may be performed according to law. Upon dissolution of marriage, our shared property will be divided with one half going to each of us and our individual property will remain individual.
7. As an appreciation to each other and as a symbol of our union, we give each other gifts. I, Manco Capac, give unto my wife 1,000,000 Laurels and a Crown Consort with encrusted diamonds and jewels. I, Alexandra, give unto my husband a gold sceptre called the Scepter of Thalbain, and 2,000,000 Laurels.
8. This Contract, witnessed by the officiant of the wedding, High Priestess Inka Quisuyupanqui Qori, and by His Imperial Majesty, Francis Joseph IV, Titular Emperor of all Alexandrians (brother of the bride), Her Imperial Highness Princess Letizia (sister of the bride), His Royal Highness Prince Manco Cachi (brother of the groom), and Bishop Jean de la Fontaine of Frenzyville (the bride's former minister of religion).
9. In witness whereof, we, Husband and Wife, along with our witnesses, have signed, on our honor, in the name of all things sacred.
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Signed,

Alexandra
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Signed,

Manco Cápac
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