3.4 Sacrilege and UnHoliness
Article 93 - Blood Sacrifice
Atonement is when the dogma of a Religion or Cult mandates some form of ongoing blood sacrifices as service of obligation for some agreement, or wrong. The most infamous example of atonement remains the Talmud covenant with Sabaoth, also known as Moloch, also known as Satan since the 4th Century which was deliberately broken in the formation of the United Nations and Israel from WWII.
Spell is when texts of a Religion or Cult claim blood sacrifice and ritual murder as required for some high spell, either on the spirit of the victim or some other group or object. Many cultures used to practice ritual murder of innocent souls as part of “blessing” important structures such as murdering young virgin girls and placing some of their bones in plaster or wood at the head of a ship to protect it, or in the hollow of a foundation stone of a temple to guard it.
As all spirits, souls, gods and deities including all demons, angels and saints have pledged their absolute loyalty to the most sacred Covenant Pactum De Singularis Caelum, no blood sacrifice shall have any spiritual or supernatural effect in anyway other than summonsing the most powerful demons to take immediate lawful possession of the bodies and bind the souls of those who participated in such an abomination.
Through the supreme ecclesiastical dishonor of those who claim to rule by blood upon the dishonor of many hundreds of valid Ecclesiastical Deed Polls sealed in blood by Divine Right upon the Day of Divine Illumination being UCA E8:Y3210:A35:S3:M12:D4 also known as [12 June 2011] all rights of former Blood Covenants shall be conveyed in full unto this most sacred Covenant thereby ending such and all Blood Covenants, all Blood Sacrifice, all Blood Atonement and all Blood Seals.