Warrior Knights of the Golden Circle
are many things which were hoped to be a thing of the past after this last dark
Cycle of Ages we have just moved out of, but recent events in several parts of
the world, as well as certain “enlightened” beings deciding to do other things
than what they contracted to come here for, have guaranteed that we will be
having yet another Dark Cycle. What remains to be seen is just how dark it
really will be, or if more Light will be available to us than we had the last
time around. Like it or not, much of our hope for a greater degree of Light
lies with the Warrior Knights. As a Knight Templar, and as a Knight of the
Grand Council of an even more secretive Order than the Knights Templar, I can
assure you that we are up to the task, and it is our hope that you too will
become a Warrior Knight.
is a difference between those who are Knights versus those who are Warriors,
but in most cases it is not a big difference. Knights are a part of an Order
that trains and directs them in the fulfillment of their higher calling while
Warriors are often not a part of an Order and so may or may not choose to serve
a higher cause. However, many do. Before I received the Accolade of a Knight
Templar I was a mercenary warrior who only fought according to the principles
by which I have chosen to live my life. In contrast, I knew a few others who
did not, and I occasionally fought on opposite sides of various conflicts with
them. I do not mourn their passing. The world is a better place without them.
While there are
Warriors who do not lead principled lives the ones we will be covering here do
so. Essentially, to my way of thinking, there are two kinds of people in this
world. There are those who live lives based upon principles, and there are
those who live subjectively according to their feelings. A true knight or
Warrior will live or die by the Oaths they have taken while the “sheeple” will
simply do what feels best to them. Religions and governments really like lots
of sheeple, and they fear the true Warrior or Knight. Sheeple often fear the
religions and governments too, and they hope and pray for the Warrior to come
and save them, and some even choose to follow the Warrior’s example and become
better than they were before.
I have a Black Belt
in Ninjutsu that qualifies me to be a member of a very exclusive training group
of modern day Ninjas. Suffice it to say that we and our Teacher are all
Warriors who live by a higher calling than simply serving ourselves, and that
we tend to define things differently than the average man or woman. Many of the
definitions given here are relayed directly from Master Scott Bolan to you
here. Some are a mixture of both his and mine, and sometimes they come from
others all together. So, here we go:
- A Warrior is one who understands the
violent nature of mankind; acknowledges the precious sanctity of life;
accepts the noble responsibility to protect and defend it, and the duty to
prepare him or herself by orienting and prioritizing his or her life to
carry out that mission.
- A Knight is a Warrior who has taken a
Blood Oath to an organization or Order of Knights to fulfill a higher
calling of service for a cause or mission, and may be either female or
- Fighting and combat is the willful
direction of energy to accomplish a Warrior or Knight’s personal goals. It
may be in a physical or spiritual confrontation, wrestling with one’s own
personal demons and shadows, in business or any other aspect of life.
- WAR is an acronym meaning We Are Ready! In “The Art of War”, written by Sun Tzu,
he said that all of life is war, and he is right. As such, true happiness
- FEAR is also an acronym meaning False Evidence Appearing Real.
Sun Tzu also taught, as does Master Scott, that we are to “lay our lives
at the feat of our enemy”. As Scott puts it, we are not to be a martyr or
to surrender, but that this means that we are to release all attachment to
the outcome so that it matters not whether we live or die, but only that
we fulfill our mission. When we give up our fear of Death, and focus upon
our goal, then victory is more likely assured. Such is the Way of the
Ninja that gives us the ability to stay focused on our goal.
- Mushin (Moo-shin) is a Japanese term
that means “Mind, no mind”. We train intensely so that we can gain the
ability to fight instinctively and without thought. This gives us the
ability to easily be in the “zone” and to be hyper-aware of all that is
going on around us.
- Zanshen is the ability to fight and move
instinctively so that we often know what our opponent is going to do even
before he does it. This often allows us to defeat our enemy psychically so
that it is not required to fight him physically.
- Fighting is generally perceived by us as a
non-lethal altercation such as a controlled activity in a dojo with rules
- Combat is a violent confrontation that
will most likely end in the death or maiming of one or both combatants.
There are no rules except to win, and there is no one there to save you if
the other guy fights dirty, and in which if you are not prepared to do
whatever it takes to win then you are a fool for being there. This is not
a “win-win” situation, and only an idiot thinks it can be.
- An Injury is not simply a cut or a
bruise but a serious life-changing event that causes the person who is
injured to lose the ability to function in some major way either
temporarily or permanently. Such an injury is something such as a ruptured
eyeball, broken knees, ruptured groin, skull fractures…etc.
a Knight Templar I have taken a Blood Oath to neither accept nor give Quarter.
In other words, I will not surrender as long as I am physically able to
continue my attack, and I do not take prisoners. If someone attacks me then it
is not a fight but is a killing, and I will either destroy him or her utterly
or die trying. And, I will live a strict and disciplined life based upon the
Knightly principles of our Order. And, uncommon to the popular myths fostered
by movies and television, a true Ninja has an even stricter code than any
European Knight will ever follow. That is the reason for giving you these
definitions here. Various kinds of Knights have different qualities, and what
we know about ourselves is not what the common man believes to be true.
The Heart of a Warrior
will destroy a person faster than just about anything other than a swift and
violent death. It is for this reason that true warriors don’t fight against
what they hate, but do fight for what they love. Every day a true warrior
thinks about what he or she loves, and expresses gratitude for it. And,
acknowledges once again their determination to fight, and possibly die, for it.
there is nothing in your life for which you can feel such a level of dedication
then the life of a warrior is likely not for you. When the going gets rough you
will not have what it takes to keep going if you do not have something that you
believe in to motivate you. There are some fools in this world who talk about
how glorious it is to fight and die in battle. I can promise you that they have
never done so themselves or they would not be saying such stupid things. If you
live through a battle then you will feel many things, and the only positive one
will be exhilaration from having lived through it that will soon be replaced by
grief for lost friends, guilt from having lived when those who were either in
your charge or better than you have died, and a deep, bone weary exhaustion.
Add to this the spiritual, emotional and/or physical injuries that you may have
and the supposed glory is long gone. When you experience this then the only
thing that will motivate you to go on will be the love that you have and the
ideals for which you live.
you only want to destroy what you hate in the world then you will soon be just
as dark and depraved as what you hate. Energy goes where attention flows.
Concentrate on what you hate instead of what you love, and you will become the
very thing that you hate. I made this mistake myself in 1984, and it took me
the better part of ten years to get over it, and I still lost a lot in the
process that I cannot recover in this lifetime. Fight only for what you love.
is a good thing, but temper it with a strong dose of grim reality. Temper it
first with the commitment that the only mercy you will show toward your enemy
is a swift death. And, save your compassion for your friends and fellow
warriors after the battle is over. Those who act with compassion toward their
enemies wind up being killed by them which keeps them from breeding and
passing on their gross stupidity in the face of reality. Some success in war is
pure dumb luck, but most of it is excellence in the ways of war, and a good
warrior mind-set that is rooted in reality rather than in fairy tales.
both a Knight Templar and a Knight of the Grand Council I have taken Oaths to
never surrender and to never take prisoners. In other words, when the battle is
joined then either my enemy or I, or both of us, will die before it is over.
All Knights, and some Warriors, take Oaths and we both live and die by them. A
Blood Oath is serious in ways that extend far beyond this lifetime, and you
should be aware of them before you ever take one. If you betray your Oath in
this life then you will pay for it in either one or more future lifetimes. It
is what it is, and there shall be no mercy.
Personally, I am not a member of the Warrior Knights of the Golden Circle, but I know their Grand Masters very well, and you will never know better men in all of your life. And, they can teach you to do things that many of you will never have dreamed to be possible. Become one of them, and you will truly become better for it, and it matters not whether you are a woman or a man. This is not a sexist organization, and women and men are accepted equally, and anyone can rise to the level of their ability. I will tell you now that this is not an "Affirmative Action" organization. The exact same standards apply to everyone, and no one is given a break due to their race, color, creed, sex or religion.If you desire to be a Knight with this organization then you will have to earn it.
Warrior Knights of the Golden Circle are giving you the rare opportunity to be
affiliated with an organization that will prepare you to become a true Warrior
Knight who actively works in some way to bring truth and justice to a
floundering world. If this appeals to you, and it should, then this is a great
way to begin. And, for him or her who has ears to hear and eyes to see know
this: the best is yet to come, but this is where you begin the process of
building upon your “strong foundation”.
join the Warrior Knights of the Golden Circle then visit their website at www.wkogc.org, and follow the instructions
“Arise a Knight!”
of my favorite movies came out several years ago. It is called “Kingdom of
Heaven”, and featured Orlando Bloom as a new and untested Knight going through
the process of becoming both a man and a perfect Knight. In one part of the
movie he is challenged by the Patriarch of Jerusalem who says something to the
effect of, “What good does it to make a man a Knight? Does it make him a better
fighter?” after the character played by Bloom has knighted everyone from slaves
to men at arms who were willing to accept it. When I first heard this question
I was in a movie theater where I scared a bunch of people as I yelled “YES!” at
the top of my lungs. I was already a seasoned and proven Warrior when I was
first Knighted, and I can tell you for a fact that it changed my life and made
me both a better man and a better Warrior in every way. It will do so for you
Do you see injustice and chaos around you? Do you desire to help others and lead them into a better way of life? Are you willing to live according to the principles and characteristics of a true Knight? If so then visit their website, and see if you have what it takes to become a Warrior Knight of the Golden Circle!