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The Sacred Seven

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The precepts of the Triguian faith, passed down from generation to generation. What not to do.

Context: These are the "Ten Commandments" of the Triguian faith, given from Trigu to mankind within the Trigium. While certain parts have be the source of much discussion and disagreement, the majority of these commands are straightforward and unambiguous in nature.

I. There is none above Me, thus you shall worship none other.
II. The name of Trigu is Holy, you shall not misuse it.
III. The marriage covenant is sacred, made before Trigu. Do not dishonor it.
IV. Honor and cherish all life, for it was given of Trigu. The killing of your fellow man without just cause is an abomination to the Highest.
V. Keep your tongue clean from all untruth, for you are to be bearers of the Divine Truth of Trigu.
VI. The theft of your neighbor’s things does not show Trigu’s love to that man. Likewise, keep your mind free from covetousness, for this leads to theft.
VII. Those above you were set there for a reason, obey them in all that does not conflict with My commandments. Your mother and father are first among these.



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