FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Oath?
Traditionally an oath (also called plight) is either a statement of fact or a promise with wording relating to something considered sacred as a sign of verity. Legal substitute for those who conscientiously object to making a sacred oath is to give an affirmation instead. Nowadays, even when there’s no notion of sanctity involved, certain promises said out loud in ceremonial or juridical purpose are referred to as oaths. To swear is a verb used to describe the taking of an oath, to making a solemn vow.

What is special about OSCC Oaths?
OSCC Oaths identify a historical moment with a system cycle (including functional TERMS FOR THE DIRECTIVITY OF TIME) so that system cycle will be realized in the future with a re-occurring and equal frequency proportional to the cause.

What are the Terms for the Directivity of Time?

Terms that assign system-cycle function properties to a critical inertial exchange so that “Directivity” is proportioned to material systems of isolated processes as is lawfully permissible.