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The Beatitude, though defined as a religion because it has a defined belief in God, places a unique amount of its doctrine on the ritual and quotidiane ethic of all things without claim to any divine revelation. The religious ethic of the Beatitude is based on the nineteen saints who congressed together to define their belief in the dipolar deity and the ethic by which life, especially humans, should exist. All ethics written by the saints hold in mind that that each instant of life is not only experienced by the individual but also by God. Thus the ethics were designed to decrease negative experiences for both entities and enhance positive experiences.