Hi and welcome to the forum. There are many ways to say things in Latin, so I will just offer some examples that I think sound good.
dingovigo wrote:1st off...just something that means 'inner balance'
I would go with aequanimitas
which breaks down into two words, aequus animus
, "a level spirit". We also get the word "equanimity" in English from this word.
'I conquer the chaos'
Ordo et Vis
'Balance and Power'
also i was wondering what the correct grammar for the words 'deus perfidus' would be.
Hmm, not quite sure what you mean. Deus
is a masculine noun of the second declension and it is in the nominative singular here; perfidus
is an adjective and matches deus
in inflection. It translates to "unfaithful god". It is correct... so long as you don't put it in a sentence with other Latin words without knowing what you're doing
flebile nescio quid queritur lyra, flebile lingua murmurat exanimis, respondent flebile ripae