Copyright © True Gnostic Church. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions




 A    B    C    D    E    F    G    H    I    J    K    L    M    N    O    P    Q    R    S    T    U    V    W    X    Y    Z  

Book Publisher.
amazon USA.
amazon  UK.



Julius Kasari


Pronunciation:  DZHOU-lee-us + kuh-SAHR-ee

Occurrences:  2

First Reference:  3rd Endowment 16:2


Which thing caused that Manegus Acquilla should stand beside Kronus as chief advisor; and there was also chosen to command: Linus Medora, Taurus Mahroo, Victor Germanicus, Cassius Polinus and Julius Kasari; and unto each was there given one thousand men to lead into battle.



See:  Borah Graccus, First Track, First World, Drakonia, Octavius


Azrael’s Commentary - Julius Kasari


Son of Caesar Otto Kasari, who was one of the five Caesars who served directly under the Emperor of Drakonia. Julius Kasari was the designated heir to his father’s throne, and as such a great deal of pressure was placed on him to excel in his military duties. During the defense of Fortress Octavius against Ahgi Wynnaki, Julius Kasari was placed under the direct command of Borah Graccus. Julius Kasari was an effective commander, taking it upon himself to scout and secure the immediate areas around the fortress. His force of a thousand men scattered out in daily patrols, and on one occasion came across a small party of the Chen who had been sent out to spy on the fortress. In the brief engagement which ensued, Julius Kasari received his first battle wound of which he was immensely proud. In the military culture of Drakonia, a wound received in battle signified that you were a warrior. To receive a battle wound was more important to a person’s military career than the receiving of any medal of valor or merit.


With the defeat of Ahgi Wynnaki, Julius Kasari went to China with the invasion forces under the command of Seti-Kahn. He distinguished himself in several battles and eventually earned his first and only Oak Leaf Cluster. The Oak Leaf Cluster was the second highest award for valor in the Drakonian Empire, and it was seldom awarded. To have earned it was to greatly enhance the soldier’s standing within the war culture of the empire.


Julius Kasari served on actual military duty for twelve years before being forced to resign his commission in order to attend his duties as his father’s Chief Deputy General. Julius Kasari never became a Caesar. He died of a severe case of pneumonia at the age of thirty-six.





Now when it was near the noon hour, there gathered in the office of the Post Commander, Kronus and his council of war; and they did discuss most thoroughly the reports of Borah Graccus; and when they were completed, Kronus stood forth to decide the things which they should do.

For he thought it best to leave the fortress in command of Graccus, giving to further support him in its defense, the command of Julius Kasari; while still Kronus would keep the greater portion to go with him to fight the Chen.

3rd Endowment 16:14-15


Julius Caesar
Justice (Azurgai)