The Heinzist Sacred Devotional Dress Code

The Heinzist Sacred Devotional Dress Code

From: Casey Heinzism [email protected]

Date: Mon Dec 22, 2003 10:24 am

Subject: Re: Digest Number 211

Here is the old or original Heinzist Dress Code.. Before we used to use the same Symbols the Sikh's do. But I was drawn to modify it and each symbol is to stand for part of the Heinzist Way, and worn as a sign of devotion. But not all Heinzists have to wear this dress code, only those who are the ministers, or Spiritual Warriors of the Faith do.

Here is the old Dress Code:

Display the Symbols of Heinzism in Dress Code..

Spirit Like:

(Remain True to Spirit Others, and Yourself.)

long hair, completely shaven head, or a sacred hat or cap.

Connecting with Spirit:

(Loving One Another.)

a braid, colored ribbons, white or colored hair extension, wooden

comb in hair, or other symbols of Spirit.

Physical comfort and protection:

(Harming None.)

Wear comfortable, and appropriate clothes to keep your skin healthy,

and protected, and comfortable.

Purity in Strength:

(Honoring the Rights of All things and Beings.)

An Iron or copper bracelet.

Inner Justice and Self Discipline - readiness:

(Agreeing to disagree)

a short dull two edged daggar worn in the street, a cross, crystal

or gemstone, a sacred bag of special rocks and crystals, a symbol of

Justice either worn on an necklace or a belt.

(Real weapons are not considered a symbol of and are forbidden in

Heinzist ceremonies.)

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Here is the new Dress Code:

Display the Symbols of Heinzism in Dress Code..

Spirit Like:

(Remain True to Spirit Others, and Yourself.)

long hair, completely shaven head, or a sacred hat or cap.

Connecting with Spirit:

(Loving One Another.)

a braid, colored ribbons, white or colored hair extension, wooden

comb in hair, or other symbols of Spirit.

Physical comfort and protection:

(Harming None.)

Wear comfortable, and appropriate clothes to keep your skin healthy,

and protected, and comfortable.

Purity in Strength:

(Honoring the Rights of All things and Beings.)

An Iron, Copper, Sacred Crystal, or rainbow Colored Beaded, bracelet.

Inner Justice and Self Discipline - readiness:

(Agreeing to disagree)

a key, a sword or dagger charm, a cross, crystal or gemstone that

respresents strength, a sacred bag of special rocks and crystals, a

symbol of Justice, either worn on an necklace or a belt.

(Real weapons are not considered a symbol of and are forbidden in

Heinzist ceremonies.)

For those who do not want the complete dress code do not have to

wear it if they have the Heinzism Symbol on a necklace, or shirt or

somewhere that it can be plainly seen.

Still Waiting for a confirmation from Spirit on weather this is

complete or not. There is enough choices that most people should be

able to follow it in some form without standing out to much, or

offending their cultural ways.

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