I. Introductory provisions
Article 22 - Altar
The region immediately around an Altar is known as the Sanctuary. By definition a structure is not a Temple nor a Basilica, nor an Oratory, unless it possesses one or more Altars.
The historic purpose of an Altar throughout the history of Religions and Cults is the use of a sacred structure, usually located at a place of special significance, at which to make some offering which is considered pleasing to the particular deities of the Religion or Cult in exchange for favor, divine grace, divine inspiration or some other sign.
By its historical use and significance, an Altar is equivalent to believing a particular structure and location may act as a portal of communication between the temporal world and the spiritual world. Hence, ancient sites of temples and altars have remained significant sites of churches, synagogues and mosques to the present day.
As the primary purpose of a significant Altar is to offer up some kind of sacrifice or offering to one or more deities, the direction and location of initiates is usually to a wall of a temple and obscuring direct view from any onlookers. Hence in churches of certain Christian Cults, the main Altar is to the side or behind the main public altar. The main public altar in public view is always by definition the minor Altar.
The most significant form of sacrifice performed on minor public altars by ministers of Cults that secretly or openly worship death and demons is the simulation of blood sacrifice, cannibalism and murder performed through the Eucharist ceremony of Osiris and ancient Egyptian Black Magic, in open defiance and curse of supreme deities and aligned spiritual knowledge.
The murder of any living animal or Homo Sapien upon any kind of Altar is an abomination and a deliberate insult against the divine creator, all spirits, all angels, demons and souls living and deceased. Any person who performs such a ceremony immediately evokes and consents to the sacred act of Binding upon their self in accordance with Pactum De Singularis Caelum.
The presence of human or animal bones, or dried flesh or blood within or upon an altar is an abomination and a deliberate insult against the divine creator, all spirits, all angels, demons and souls living and deceased. Any person who performs such a ceremony immediately evokes and consents to the sacred act of Binding upon their self in accordance with Pactum De Singularis Caelum.