NPS 015

Laws of Meats

Now the most holy Travancus said: You shall not eat the flesh or corpse of any human being, nor of any sacred animal, for such is the vileness of Pandal. They asked, What if it is necessary to save life? He replied, If it is necessary to save life, then it is permitted. But otherwise, it is a vile form of Pandal-worship. Among the most faithful of Pandal's children, they eat the bodies of the dead when they die, and even kill their own young to have more flesh to eat. This is utter vileness.

And the holy Travancus said, Eat not the meat of any animal fed with or which feeds upon the remains of humans or of sacred animals; neither eat the meat of any animal of the land or the sky which is fed with or which feeds upon the animals of the land or the sky; but you may eat the animal of land or sky or sea which feeds upon or is fed the unsacred animals of the sea; but you may not eat any animal, of land or sky or sea, which feeds upon or is fed the sacred animals of the sea. And what you may not eat yourself, you may not feed unto any animal either, be it sacred or unsacred. But all things are permitted for the salvation of life. For those who eat such meats, their bodies become filled with diseases, and the spirit of Pandal enters into their hearts, and they begin to worship him.

And the holy Travancus said, Nor may you eat the meat of any animal which eats dung, for such things brings joy to the heart of Pandal, and his servants consider such meat a great delicacy. But all things are permitted for the salvation of life.

And the holy Travancus said, The meat of the sick or injured animal may not be eaten; the animal which cannot walk upon its legs, it may not be eaten; for such things brings joy to the heart of Pandal, and his servants consider such meat a great delicacy. But all things are permitted for the salvation of life.
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