That must have been one hell of a costume designer to know such things! smile.gif Don't you think it should've been a religious opponent? I mean it would take an ardent Christian that really hates the Order and did a pretty extensive research comparable to Joseph Schreiber' to write something like that, wouldn't you agree?
In Artuad theater there's a memo concerning the costume design for the characters of The Tempest. The writer of the memo mentions that "Jack" has said, that the town is located on old spiritual ground.
Another memo talks about the costume for Caliban and it being influenced by the buffalo and the stark iconic images of the ancient cult of Valtiel.
Another memo in the costume storage room talks about the writer (of the memo) seeing the Butcher *who looks like the Executioner* in his hotel room. In riverside hotel we come across the room with all of the drawings of the Butcher and the Executioner, and it is here that we find the note concerning the ritual.
If you pay attention to the tone of the writing it's not coming from a Christian. The memo sounds like it's coming from someone who is outside of the Order, but still researching them.
And about Incubus... it seems that different factions of the cult have different ideas about the God. The demon-like form of Incubus was worshipped by the group centered around Dahlia. The Lost Memories calls it "Incubus" so we have a reason to believe it's the right name... but, it also might've been the name used by the opponents of the Order so that Dahlia and her followers still called it "Creator of Paradise" or "Lord of Serpent and Reeds" -- we can't be sure since she never called it by any name except "God".
Over at another forum BM mentioned that the name of the God in SH1 is not actually Incubus. Incubus is actually the name of the type of creature that comes out of Alessa/Incubator.
There's three of us at this other forum that are starting to think that the real name of the God is "Xuchilpaba"