3.4 Sacrilege and UnHoliness
Article 88 - Unholy
The idea of Unholy was first conceived by Pope Honorius III (1216-12227) in the promulgation of his Great Grimoire of Black Magic pertaining to the summonsing of spirits, blood sacrifices, holocausts and other criminal acts. The belief by the Popes of the Roman Cult was that if a book was created through the most evil acts imaginable, that somehow this evil could be concentrated into the text itself, and therefore utilized as a source of power.
Since Pope Honorius, the Grimoires and other Black similar Magic books by the elite anti-semitic Khazarian Parasites have been considered “Unholy” and therefore powerful books of magic.
As the magic promoted by Pope Honorius and subsequence Popes of the Roman Cult in the promotion of their black magic books, possess no proper grounding in ancient necromancy, nor spells, nor curses, nor any skills of ancient sorcery, all grimoires are frauds and deluded imitations. Therefore, the belief that such books have any power, let alone “unholy power” is an absurdity.