I. Introductory Provisions
Article 13 - Morality
Civilizations throughout history share certain common attributes within their systems of Morality that consider certain Actions or Rituals to be bad, immoral and wrong. The most significant is the murder of another member of the species. However the differences between systems of Morality vary significantly in the complete range and nature of Actions or Rituals considered being bad, immoral and wrong.
Excluding the sacred seven (7) pronouncements of Ucadia, the sacred Covenant Pactum De Singularis Caelum and these canons, any claim, statute or pronouncement by any man, woman or person to have higher moral authority or moral personality than the Society of One Heaven is hereby null and void from the beginning, therefore having no legal validity nor existence.
When anyone references, writes or speaks of “Moral Perfection”, “Morality”, or “Moral Personality”, it shall mean these canons and no other.