Of all the virtues listed here, the most important virtue of all the 36 ones, is Bravery.
Without Bravery, one will reach nowhere in any of the other Virtues.
The God-Philosopher Aristotle has spoken about Bravery in-depth, listing her as the crown of the ethical virtues.
Bravery is the essence of the spirit which is most required to advance spiritually, materially, in all of our life.
Bravery does not mean being devoid of fear, foolish actions, or forethought. In fact, we must learn to be brave enough to develop proper action, conduct, and act with forethought instead of following the easy path of mindlessness.
It means that one learns to confront cowardice, fear, negativity and obstacles – eventually overcoming them with higher awareness and understanding.
Without it, one can never stand for what is right, one will never do what is right, one will never reach the Path of the Gods and will not carry it through.
If Bravery lacks, then all negative and inferior vices will find ground to grow inside a soul, leading it to destruction.
To confront ourselves, we must understand that it takes bravery. Many will not have this bravery. To do brave acts, we need to teach ourselves to be brave by not being cowardly.
The mere application of Bravery itself is enough to rank one among the higher souls or even the Gods. For that reason, in the Ancient Religions of our Ancestors, to be brave was considered the first and primary virtue, that led directly to the Elysian Fields, the Halls of Valhalla, or the higher level in the afterlife.
Heroism and Bravery are the two fundamental keys of the Warrior Path, Spiritual Satanism.
“O Master Beelzebul,
Lord of the Brave,
Teach us how to be brave,
Bolster our hearts, minds and spirits,
May We Prove Our Bravery To
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