The Deitus Chivalry Code and the Warrior Ethos.
As early as the Romans we hear of a code that at that time was for Calvary. In Old French the word “chivalry” meant horse soldiery.
But its ideals was popularized in the mideval literature and associated with knighthood and was an Informal type of code of conduct for Christian knights, warriors, crusaders, and gentlewomen behaviors in court.
This also played to one of the greatest European’s heros known as King Arthur and his knights at the round table and they lived as warriors but with honor, dignity, justice, service to ones family and had a Chivalry code of social conduct.
This is where the Deitist honors the code.
We are the modern Warriors at the round table.
This is why we dress as a gentleman. Think of a 19th century man in vest and pocket watch. A made man, A boss, a gentleman of a lost age and a lost code of conduct in which we must conduct ourselves or be Dishonored and not live up to our folk and ancestors nor reach our limits of achievement.
This is why we try for peak physical performance and visual appealing.
This is why we respect our counterparts and respect the wife, mother, sacred nurturer of family and Earth. The Goddess and creator of life.
The Deitus Code of Chivalry is our moral system and it is not just a specific martial profession but a historical warrior ethos developed through the spirit of warrior cultures all around the world and has been since we understood human conflict.
The Deitus Chivalry code and warrior ethos is for the man or women who finds themselves in conflict they must overcome through trial and effort. Which to the Deitus Philosophy is everyday life as to us life is a battlefield upon the board of chess. Life is war, life is conflict but extinguished with a positive lifestyle, good habits and enjoyment in our chosen work.
And of course being two steps ahead of our enemies and being the conquerors and utilizing that Might is Right/survival of the fittest is the natural law of the land. (Evil Grin).
The Deitus take a moral system supported by a Warrior Ethos and having a high moral belief and “knightly piety”, high courtesy or courtley manners as well with gentle politeness. Thus we have a established system of honor, valor and the Deitus code of Chivalry.
The Warrior Ethos in the Deitus philosophy is also a code. The academia or academy of the theater of war. Rather in a actual battlefield or a conflict in life. The code is made of virtues or our will and influence, a guide, a law until ourselves.
We put our women folk first as they are the mothers, wives, daughters. They give life, they nurturer life, they heal our injuries and keep our lives and houses in order. The female species is the strongest internally being, a gift from the God’s. They endure the unbearable. Their pain tolerance can not be rivaled. When death comes to the fallen soldier and hands him a time piece and it no longer ticks, the young and old soldier asks for his mother. Dieing men on the battlefield weeps and cries for his mother before his eyes close. Men do the impossible in thought of their true loves. We put women in high standard.
We know we are here through the evolution of survival. From the hunter and gatherer to the growing civilisation, it is survival that drives us. It is the most original virtue. From this we know we must be responsible, that we are not to be lazy and we must till the land, work with hurting bodies and get up off your ass and go to work, and we are ok with that. We look back upon our ancestors and smile, because we can only imagine the hardships they went through. So in honor we too strive to build, create, and…..survive…
We know that inside we recognize we have our inner personal enemies. Laziness, lack of morals or manners, to cheat, to give up in ambition. But we have this code set to remind and inspire us to face a defeat our own enemies that are inside and outside and we know both can do us grave harm.
To survive and the fear of death has been buried in our DNA and it is something we will always have. Self preservation is the warrior ethos to remind us not to run from the danger that threatens our family and life. To denounce SHAME! To have honor, preservation for self and family and of course love!
The definition of ethos is the characteristic spirit of a culture, era, or community as manifested in its beliefs and aspirations. And a belief in every community, culture, society and culture that we all have in common is the knowledge of right and wrong. Whether we are taught it from a religious system, our parents, our laws we know right from wrong and what is evil or in a secular fashion, what is a coward or what is depraved and what we view as an injustice…
The opposite is….courage. and courage we can understand why it is in our warrior ethos. Courage is a great virtue, cherish it and strive for it as this is what is needed to charge the enemy who is hurting your family, to do injustice, to stamp out your survival and hurt what we put first….our women…. Full circle, always evolving. Always becoming… Deitus
The above is taught. It was taught to the Spartans. Phillip taught his son Alexander. The tales of king Arthur is inscribed with the ethos. The Japanese lived by BUSHIDO! Which in return as been adopted by the Deitus man or women. The Deitus philosophy. The young man in Afganistan holding his AK. William Wallace as he is remembered. King Alfred had the ethos with his Christan virtues. The Vikings had it and prayed to their God’s for victory on the battlefield and literally paved the grasses with blood. Benjamin Franklin wrote of it in his autobiography as he was always the man of self improvement. As well have the US founding fathers. As well as many, many men women and warriors from every culture.
Now it is your turn. Walk with me among the ruins in a society that has no Chivalry. A world that has list it’s manners. A foul world of scum with no morals, cowards who beat the innocent and others who hide behind computers with their false knowledge and opinions with no real life implementation. They are cockroaches.
The need for the Chivalry man is now.
The need for a code of discipline, a code of morals, honor, and justice is needed now more than ever.
We must usher the return of the gentleman, the made man with values and respected laws among men.
The return of the gentleman, gentle but a warrior when he needs to be. The respected clean and we’ll mannered Samurai, yet deadly when injustice has been done. The boss who protects women and children, even in war.
The man in a vest and suit.
The man of manners.
We The Deitist are the predator, the Alpha, the Apex, the ones who stand shoulder to shoulder with God’s. The ones who honors the mother. The ones who seek and wish to advance after the fall. We are the men who have revolted against society.
We put on the uniform.
We lace up the boot.
We clean our weapon in hand and in mind.
We put in the mask of the Pontifex.
We are becoming….
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