2.2 Supernatural Entity
Article 38 - Demon
Demons exist in the faith, theology and dogma of most major religions, albeit under different names and classifications.
The distinction of Demons only possessing malevolent and negative attributes originated through Occult Dualism with the deliberate separation of specific divine beings into two distinct personalities. Hence, under certain occult dogma, Demons became the negative aspect while Angels became the good aspect of the same entity.
Any Religion or Cult that claims authority or influence concerning one or more Demons, it is either through granted authority of One Heaven, or such a claim is a deliberate fraud and falsity. Where any Religion or Cult claims a fraud against these canons, such claims are automatically null and void from the beginning, having no spiritual force whatsoever.
Any person, group or entity that pledges their allegiance to one or more Demons and does not recognize the supreme authority of these canons and the most sacred Covenant Pactum De Singularis Caelum is guilty of extreme dishonor and therefore is immediately devoid of any spiritual influence or authority whatsoever.
In accordance with the most sacred Covenant Pactum De Singularis Caelum, all Demons have sworn a sacred, irrevocable and solemn vow to pursue, hound, harass and remove from the Earth each and every person, group or entity that claims to worship one or more Demons but reject these canons and One Heaven.