Definitions for "Sect"
Those following a particular leader or authority, or attached to a certain opinion; a company or set having a common belief or allegiance distinct from others; in religion, the believers in a particular creed, or upholders of a particular practice; especially, in modern times, a party dissenting from an established church; a denomination; in philosophy, the disciples of a particular master; a school; in society and the state, an order, rank, class, or party.
General name for one of the three primary groups among the Kindred- the camarilla, Sabbat or Inconnu.
A general designation for a definable sub-group, often with negative overtones. See also cult, denomination.
whether diurnal or nocturnal. The primary sect of a chart is whether the chart itself is by day or night. A night chart has the Sun posited in the 1st through 6th Houses; a day chart has the Sun in the 12th through 7th Houses: right on the Ascendant-Descendant is anyone's guess! In addition, planets were considered to have intrinsic sect (Sun, Jupiter and Saturn: diurnal; Moon, Venus and Mars: nocturnal; Mercury: mixed); signs had intrinsic sect (Masculine = diurnal, Feminine = nocturnal), and planets had sect placement, according to whether they were diurnally or nocturnally placed in the chart in question.
Traditional weighting of emphasis based on whether a birth is diurnal or nocturnal. Sun, Jupiter and Saturn are of the diurnal sect and Moon, Venus and Mars are of the nocturnal sect. Mercury's sect is convertible, depending on weighting of orientality, gender etc. A planet in sect was considered significantly more potent than when out of sect. Sect was given very weighty consideration by the ancients, though is not generally considered by most modern astrologers. [Sect was until recently considered a measure of the hemisphere location, quadrant location, house and sign placement of all visible planets, but this view is now discredited by current translations of ancient works.
Sect was a Vancouver, Canada industrial trance band, comprising Michael Victory, Jason McEvoy and Bruce Young, who released an album on Third Mind Records in 1994 (engineered by Frontline Assembly's Chris Petersen) and were represented on a handful of Dossier compilations from 1993–1995.
(sect). Unlike today’s disparaging connotation, in its first-century CE Jewish context this meant a faction of the Jews, e.g., Ebionite Judaism, Essene Judaism, Pharisaic Judaism, Sadducean Judaism, and the like..
In the role-playing games and books based on the World of Darkness setting, by White Wolf Game Studio, a sect is a large organization of vampires with a leadership, rules and goals, that (at least in theory) trascend clan divisions.
A cutting; a scion.
cut ("pinnatisect" = "pinnatelycut")
a portion "cut off
a splinter group that forms to renew the true faith
A body of persons distinguished by peculiarities of faith and practice from other bodies adhering to the same general system
Subculture seeing some set of rules (a priori) in any logic as THE explanation of experience.
Keywords:  meatgrinder, chew, spit, meat, needs
a meatgrinder that needs new pieces of meat all the time in order to chew them up and spit them out