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'''Matriarch Salome''' ([[wikipedia:Georgian language|Varkan]]: მატრიარქის სალომე, ''matriarkis salome''; [[wikipedia:Mi'kmaq language|Micmac]]: ᏁᏇᏊᏂᏨ ᏌᎶᎺ, ''Nkekkunit Salome''; born '''Inola Membertou''', 14 November 1979) is [[Matriarch (Armazism)|Matriarch]] of the [[Armazist Church]], a title she holds for being the [[Christos of the Akropolis]], in which capacity she is also the absolute sovereign of [[Armazia]].
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'''Matriarch Salome''' ([[wikipedia:Georgian language|Varkan]]: მატრიარქის სალომე, ''matriarkis salome''; [[wikipedia:Mi'kmaq language|Micmac]]: ᚾᚴᛁᚴᚴᚢᚾᛁᛏ ᛋᛅᛚᚬᛘᛁ, ''Nkekkunit Salome''; born '''Inola Membertou''', 14 November 1979) is [[Matriarch (Armazism)|Matriarch]] of the [[Armazist Church]], a title she holds for being the [[Christos of the Akropolis]], in which capacity she is also the absolute sovereign of [[Armazia]].
  
 
Born in [[??]], [[Markland]], Salome immigrated to Varkana when she was 18 before beginning seminary studies. She was ordained an Armazist priest in 2000, was consecrated in 2002 and created a cardinal in 2004 by Matriarch Miranda V. Following the death of Matriarch Miranda V on 28 February 2012, a matriarchal conclave elected Membertou as her successor on 14 June. She chose Salome as her matriarchal name. Salome is the youngest Matriarch ever elected, the first from [[Lurandia]], and the first Matriarch whose mother tongue is not a Dinaric language since the Kaftian Makvala in 1524, 486 years earlier.
 
Born in [[??]], [[Markland]], Salome immigrated to Varkana when she was 18 before beginning seminary studies. She was ordained an Armazist priest in 2000, was consecrated in 2002 and created a cardinal in 2004 by Matriarch Miranda V. Following the death of Matriarch Miranda V on 28 February 2012, a matriarchal conclave elected Membertou as her successor on 14 June. She chose Salome as her matriarchal name. Salome is the youngest Matriarch ever elected, the first from [[Lurandia]], and the first Matriarch whose mother tongue is not a Dinaric language since the Kaftian Makvala in 1524, 486 years earlier.

Latest revision as of 16:19, 13 August 2019

Matriarch
Salome
Matriarch (Christos of the Akropolis)
Matriarch Salome Official Portrait.png
Salome at her inauguration as Matriarch
Installed 14 June 2010
Predecessor Miranda V
Orders
Ordination 13 December 2000
by Tamuna Gotsiridze
Consecration 27 June 2002
by Gvantsa Khurtsilava
Created Senator 21 February 2004
by Miranda V
Personal details
Birth name Inola Membertou
Born 14 November 1979
??, Markland

Matriarch Salome (Varkan: მატრიარქის სალომე, matriarkis salome; Micmac: ᚾᚴᛁᚴᚴᚢᚾᛁᛏ ᛋᛅᛚᚬᛘᛁ, Nkekkunit Salome; born Inola Membertou, 14 November 1979) is Matriarch of the Armazist Church, a title she holds for being the Christos of the Akropolis, in which capacity she is also the absolute sovereign of Armazia.

Born in ??, Markland, Salome immigrated to Varkana when she was 18 before beginning seminary studies. She was ordained an Armazist priest in 2000, was consecrated in 2002 and created a cardinal in 2004 by Matriarch Miranda V. Following the death of Matriarch Miranda V on 28 February 2012, a matriarchal conclave elected Membertou as her successor on 14 June. She chose Salome as her matriarchal name. Salome is the youngest Matriarch ever elected, the first from Lurandia, and the first Matriarch whose mother tongue is not a Dinaric language since the Kaftian Makvala in 1524, 486 years earlier.

Personal life

Pre-matriarchal career

Daduchos

Christos

Hierophant

Relations with Varkan governments

Avalishvili

Latso

Latso and Salome in Klow

Relations with religious communities and others

Interfaith dialogue

Buddhism

Christianity

Islam

Judaism

Matriarchy

Election

Teachings

Honor

Humility

Religious persecution

Public image

Popular mainstream media frequently portray Matriarch Salome either as a feminist inspiration with strong Armazist values. Armazia has claimed that Western news outlets often seek to portray her message with an increased dramatic tone to make her sound uncompromising and even unscrupulous, taking her words out of context and focusing on the sensational messages.

U/C

Quotes

Quotes of Salome

Quotes about Salome