Sovereign Mercia is now part of the Frisian Alliance and recognises Independent Mercia (The Acting Witan of Mercia) to be the
legitimate representatives of Mercian sovereignty as a lawfully self-governing region of England


Reconstructing the ancestral heritage of the Frisian-descended peoples – Juttar, Lêtne, Stjurar, Sêkæmpar, Angelara, Kâd-hêmar, Saxmanna, Landsâton, Mârsata, Holtsâta.
The Frisian Alliance seeks to recreate Frisian matriarchal society as described in the Oera Linda Book, through setting up an alliance of sustainable, self-governing states in which the youth are mobilised for the service of all citizens.
Mercia is bounded by the Rivers Thames and Avon to the south, Wales to the west, the Mersey and Humber to the north, the Fens and the River Lea to the east.
Organic democracy: bottom-up democracy, in which everyone can participate. Co-operative community: working together for the good of all. Ecological balance: living in harmony with natural surroundings.
Priestesses of the Oera Linda (Friesland, Netherlands, 27 June 2019)
Declaration of Mercian Independence (Birmingham, 29 May 2003)