3.1 Sacred Form
Article 62 - Sacred Places
A Sacred Place is a physical location considered sacred or holy by one or more Religions or Cults on account of some event of significance occurring on the site. All Religions and Cult have places they regard as most sacred.
There are three (3) primary types of sacred places: places of burial, places of miracle or place of ancient power.
Places of death and burial have always been considered sacred. The respect of the dead is a central component to all major Religions, although the treatment of human remains is different.
Places of miracle and divine revelation have always been considered sacred. The respect and preservation of sites is a central component to most Religions and Cults. However, in the case of some cults such as the Roman Cult, the sacrilege and deliberate vandalism of places not considered central to Cult dogma has been historically promoted and continues to this day.
The most significant places of miracle and divine revelation in history are those sites at which these canons were revealed, including the most sacred covenant Pactum De Singularis Caelum and Ucadia. Therefore, the most sacred places on Earth without question are those sites where such revelation and knowledge came to Earth.
Consistent with history, the Roman Cult and its agents have deliberately permitted the most sacred sites in history represented by the birth of these canons and Ucadia to be vandalized and desecrated. As a result and by such clear evidence of contempt for the Divine, the Roman Cult, also known as the Vatican, also known as the Roman Catholic Church consents and agrees that it is unfit to administer and protect any sacred place whatsoever.
Places of ancient power have also always been considered sacred. The most powerful places of history have been places of existing ancient temples as well as sites of natural energy flow of the Earth.