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The Twelve Commandments

In India, it is forbidden to cross your legs.
For a man in front of God, it is a casual gesture a sign of disrespect, and for a woman or child too.

These Commandments apply to all feeling beings who are self owned.

If you own a feeling being, or deprive one of its liberty,
then breach of these Commandments by such living being is treated as a breach by yourself.

Unless otherwise stated, these Commandments do not apply to property including yourself that you own.

  1. You shall not give pain to any (ie not owned) feeling beings.
  2. You shall not harm yourself.
  3. You shall not steal.
  4. You shall not deprive any (ie not owned) feeling being of their liberty
    (eg kids, pets, in zoos, farms etc.) unless they would or would now struggle on their own.
  5. You shall not have sexual activity with anyone who does not want it (unless you own it).
  6. Even if owned, you shall not have sexual activity with any child, except as below.
  7. You shall not use any device (threats, drugs,..) to inflict pain, theft, loss of liberty or undesired sexual activity with any child.
  8. A man shall look after all members of his family, including his children.
  9. You shall give sexual pleasure to anyone whom you are married to who wants it.
  10. A woman shall give pleasure to her girls and a man to his boys, if they want it.
  11. The man and (not owned) women family members shall not have sexual activity with another person while the (not owned) woman lives with the man, excepting women who belong to him.
  12. The parents of a child shall care for it.
A feeling being is a living two or four legged animal or human from the age of conception.

Obviously if they have lost one or more legs they are still feeling beings and
if they are in the womb, the same applies.

A family consists of a man, all women whom he has married, excepting women who do not give sexual pleasure to the man,
and any children he has had. It also includes all feeling beings (and their children, grandchildren..)
that have been deprived of their liberty.

** Marriage is where the man's penis has entered the vagina of a woman and his semen has flowed into it.

A child is one who is under the age of puberty, where semen and wetness does not come and here includes fetuses and babies.

Pain includes causing future pain, for example by having cooked food.

Look after means ensuring that the family member is not hungry, thirsty or dirty,
and that their sexual needs are catered for.

Caring for a child includes being friends and patient with it, not hurting its feelings,
giving it happiness, tenderness and physical contact, not sending it away to school etc.
but getting it to do useful things (if appropriate).

Harm yourself consists of giving pain and also drinking alcohol and doing other things to damage your body and mind.

Steal is used in its widest sense where there is some transaction or theft and one party gets less than his or her fair share.

**From 3 11 2017, the definition of family has changed to:
A family consists of a man and all women whom he has married who currently give sexual pleasure to the man,
and any children he has had. It also includes all feeling beings (and their children, grandchildren..)
that have been deprived of their liberty.


1. A boy or girl, animal etc. belong to, ie are owned, by their male parent from the time of
conception to the age of puberty.
2. From the time of puberty, the boy or girl, now 'man' or 'woman', or animal, are self owned.
3. If a man or woman surrenders his body, mind and soul and possessions to another
then he or she belongs to that other.
4. From time to time such owner may have saved monies etc. from his or his belongings
as defined above, through honest endeavour, for example selling tomatoes,
or from assets given him if honestly acquired by the person who has surrendered to him or her.
In addition there is private land as discussed elsewhere on this website.
5. He or she is then free to exchange such monies or assets for other monies or assets,
eg to buy a bed.
6. The monies or assets referred to in 4 and 5 are also that person's property.
7. He or she is free to do whatever he or she wishes with him or her self, and owned property,
subject to complying with the Commandments set out above.
If he or she breaks these Commandments he or she will face consequences,
as set out elsewhere on this website.
Even if he or she does not break these Commandments,
he or she may face consequences, as also set out on this website.
8. The severest penalties are for harm or pain to a feeling being that you do not own.
For example, suppose you deprive a cat or lion of the freedom to make love once per day
for say 10 years. This is a severe crime warranting severe penalty.
However, if you murder the cat at age 7, say, you will not be punished for depriving the cat
of sexual pleasure in respect of the last 3 years.
9. If a feeling being (that does not belong to you) or his or her property is given pain or harmed etc. without voluntary permission,
or his or her property or other rights set out in this website are breached,
then they have a perfect right to retaliation against such aggressor and his or her belongings
in whatever way or quantum they wish, and such retaliation is not breaching these Commandments.
10. In the above Commandments, reference to the word You includes in a sensible way
property belonging to you and any feeling being whom you are depriving of their liberty.
In other words, if a lion whom you are depriving of its liberty kills a giraffe, for example,
then such giraffe when reborn, can take whatever action it deems fit in retaliation against you
or the lion, whatever it wishes.
Or, if a child makes a noise in the street, you will be punished for it, not the child.
11. To sum up, you are not permitted to damage, harm etc. the property of another,
the basic punishments are set out elsewhere on this website,
but it may be more if the victim so wishes.

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