I. Introductory provisions
Article 8 - Sacred
The determination of whether a Form is Sacred or not may differ widely between various religions and cults. In a number of cases, certain Forms are considered “universally sacred” particularly the remains of famous prophets and saints as well as the original manuscripts of prophets as well as places of extreme historical and religious significance.
Contrary to deliberately misleading presumptions, the Sacredness of an object to a particular Religion or Cult does not imply holiness. Instead, depending upon the Religion and its Occult teachings, an Unholy Object might be considered Sacred as much as a Holy Object. Sacredness therefore implies only reverence of a form to particular followers of a religion, not whether the form is or is not holy.
Sacred Form may be further defined into several subclasses including: Sacred Numeracy, Sacred Geometry, Sacred Symbols, Sacred Places, Sacred Art, Sacred Texts, Sacred Rites, Sacred Office, Sacred Mysteries, Sacred Architecture, Sacred Music, Sacred Language, Sacred Dance, Sacred Plants, Sacred Food, Sacred Clothes and Sacred Tradition.