Quest with us into the Unknown
“Out of every one hundred men, ten shouldn’t even be there, eighty are just targets, nine are the real fighters,and we are lucky to have them, for they make the battle. Ah, but the one, one is a warrior, and he will bring the others back.” HeraclitusDrakon Order is a warrior society focused on the attributes and qualities of the Norse-Germanic cultures and the Spartans. It is a male and female Warrior Society of Warrior Philosophers. The Drakon Order also recognizes and honors the past knightly orders and warrior cultures, such as the Scottish and French, not connected with organized religion. Seekers, Initiates and Knights of the Drakon Order help themselves and others through the values of compassion, honor and courage always striving to achieve an impeccable spirit and greater self-knowledge. Holy Warrior Virtues: A virtue may be defined as a particularly efficacious, good, or beneficial quality. In addition, Virtues are identified as one of the nine angelic ranks. Through them, God—the greatest of Mysteries governs the seasons and the elements. Virtues also provide courage and valor and most often are associated with heroes and those who struggle for well-being of all. The angelic energetic Virtues may be referred to as the “shining ones” or the “brilliant ones.” One of their guiding Princes is said to be Mikael. The following are the Drakon Order’s Seven Holy Warrior Virtues with Freedom and being a 'Adventurous Seeker' not a homesteader as core values: Courage, Truth-Speaking, Perseverance, Honor, Loyalty, Justice and Hospitality. The Order’s Virtues are emblematic of the Greek Spartan Knights life-giving sacrifice for the ‘greater well-being’ at the ‘Hot Gates’ of Thermopylae in 480 BCE and the brotherhood/sisterhood adventurous warrior spirit of the Vikings. May you stand tall and strong in the shield wall. To join the Drakon Order, please send us a brief background of yourself. The Order’s fee is $95 yearly, which includes bimonthly teachings and reduced prices on our journeys. Thank you.
“The last time I walked onto this battlefield, I did not leave. Today i walked onto the battlefield and I will walk off!” Thermoplylae, August 2006 Rev. Dr. JC Husfelt