Society #6: The Norms


13 March 2021


You may be wondering why I am talking about fictional Orders. You may be wondering why I am talking about fictional heroes and villains. You may even be wondering why I am sharing dreams and visions with you since I am a Scripturalist.

Second Corinthians 95; Be not unequally yoked with the infidels: for what fellowship has righteousness with unrighteousness?

Here’s the thing the Four Orders exist. They have existed far longer than you may realize. I call them the Paladins, the Defenders, the Norms, and the Zealots. The thing is that each of the Four Orders have existed in plain sight for millennia – each with a variety of names.

I have been a member of each of the Four Orders. I have transformed and became a Paladin and I foresee never going back to any of the other three Orders. I am not saying the Paladins are better – it’s just I will never be anything else, or anything more than a Paladin.

The Norms are defined as a person or group of people that conform to a standard. In this case the standard of the Norms was set forth long ago. Members of the Four Orders; Paladins, Defenders, Norms, and Zealots can be anyone.

Each of the Fours Orders can be any age, color, creed, national origin, parental status, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation. Over the past decades and especially this past year every line that was drawn in the sand was crossed. The lines were blurred. 

I know that may seem insane. Let’s look at the Norms and the Zealots for a moment. The Norms are the largest group.

Many Zealots are hidden amongst the Norms. Though I have encountered them as Defenders and even Paladins. I wish no ill-will towards Zealots – my only hope is that one day this hatred they feel towards us ends.

If you look at the religious texts of three of the five major religions; Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam: you will find that those that are Paladins are to be treated fairly. The other two major religions say that a disability is punishment from God for committing sins. And a majority of Zealots come from those two religions.

Everyday I sit at my desk to write and across the courtyard is the backdoor to an assistance facility. The workers are out there taking their breaks and being very verbal about their disgust for those they care for. That is one example of a Zealot.

Other examples include telling people how they are to live and what they are to believe regardless of what personal rights get trampled on. 

I am RR “Elroy” VanWoert and I am a Paladin.