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Septem Star

The symbol of Septifidelity. The seven-pointed star represents the original seven lunaculi, and the silver ring represents Qirsyllviar as a whole.

Septifidelity – also called, rarely, Septifidelism – is a major religion of Qirsyllviar that worships the first seven lunaculi as divine icons.

The religion was founded by Caius Iccia Nero, an alleged descendant of Minerve Dahl.

A follower of the faith is called a Septifidele, and the common adjective is Septifidelic.

There are three main denominations of Septifidelity: The Synkratic Church, Freiheitism, and the Northern Pravdan Church. Each has a few sub-denominations within them.

Septifidelity is the dominant religion primarily in Eurodysia, and there are many variations of the faith in other lands away from its place of governance. It also has been steadily gaining prominence in Aquilonis, mainly in northern Aquilonis (aside for Soleil, where they worship the sun god Swyll'zhor and the moon goddess Ny'kith) and partially in New Albion. The faith has been spreading to Nekcroz, Ingdjiva and Maritymir through the Eurodyne colonies, and even parts of Marlakcor have been seeing a rise of followers.

Core Beliefs

The faith in general believes that each of the first seven lunaculi, which are only known by their first names, symbolize specific aspects and virtues:
Lunaculus Aspect Representation Historicity & Other notes
Aragrawp The Warrior Strength & Courage
Gongchen The Leader Pride & Charisma Also shared with Miao faith as a divine figure.
Iekika The Seer Perception & Foresight
Kuzkco The Artist Creation & Craftsmanship
Luctiana The Guardian Mercy, Peace, & Justice Shared with Faerish faith as a divine figure.

Also the name of an unrelated Elven goddess.

Minerve The Maiden Purity, Innocence, Love, Beauty, Fertility, & Childbirth
Shivaji The Teacher Wisdom & Tutelage Also the founder of Shivajisim, an unrelated religion.

Mythos de Prota Septem

The holy text used as a bible is an ancient tome known as the Mythos de Prota Septem (Fables of the First Seven), or just the Mythos Septem, which is supposedly a collection of memoirs and journals written by the first seven lunaculi, and by the people who knew them during their lifetimes from their point of view, detailing their lives and their respective views and beliefs on the nature of the world, good and evil, divinity, and many other topics besides. It also holds the stories of the the creators of the lunaculi, Tallulah Michael and Xyliana Lucifer, as well as their mother Gaia and their respective fathers, Hyacintho and Vermiculus. In the Mythos Septem is also a series of prophecies that have been predicted to come to pass. Some have come true since the text was written, while other's have either gone unfulfilled or simply haven't happened yet.

The Seven Archangels

The Seven Archangels are a part of Septifidelity that stipulates that seven superior angels, each of whom represent the seven holy virtues, rule over one of the Seven Realms of Eden (the Septifidelic name for Heaven). Even though belief in the archangels goes back to before Septifidelity, they are considered subordinate to the seven lunaculi worshiped by the main churches of Septifidelity.

The Seven Archangels are:
Archangel Realm of Eden Represented Virtue Historicity & Other notes
Michael Archangel of Humility, also Pride as a virtue He is the brother of Lucifer, a Fallen Angel that lost their father's favor before becoming a demon.
Uriel Archangel of Patience
Sariel Archangel of Kindness
Sandalphon Archangel of Diligence
Metatron Archangel of Charity
Raphael Archangel of Temperance
Gabriel Archangel of Chastity

These seven archangels are also the progenitors of the seven recognized Great Angel Clans.

Septifidelic Demons

Septifidelity acknowledges several unholy demons


Satan is the ruler of the underworld, referred to as the High King of Purgatory, and the governor of all evil as well as the Demons of Sin.

Demons of Sin

The Demons of Sin are seven demons that represent the seven mortal sins, the opposites of the Archangels, and rule over each of the seven levels of Purgatory in lieu of Satan their lord and master.

The seven demons and demonesses of the sins are:
Demon Domain of Purgatory Represented Sin Historicity & Other notes
Lucifer Demon of Pride Though labeled a demon, Lucifer is actually a Fallen Angel, an angel that lost favor with a higher lord and fell from Eden. He is also the brother of Michael.

He later became a recognized demon, and popular myth says that he is the right-hand servant of Satan.

Leviathan Demoness of Envy
Astaroth Demoness of Wrath
Belphegor Demon of Sloth
Mammon Demon of Greed
Beelzebub Demon of Gluttony
Asmodeus Demoness of Lust

These seven demons are also the progenitors of the seven recognized Great Demon Clans.

Main Denominations

Synkratic Church

The Synkratic Church, sometimes known as Synkratism or simply known as The Church, is the third-largest of the three main denominations. This denomination of Septifidelity is led by the Pope of the Synkratic Church, and it is governed from Vaticano, the capital of the Holy Papal Empire, and adherents are called Synkratics.

The Church interprets the words of the Mythos Septem in the strictest of ways and aims to spread its influence through strict enforcement of rules and order. The strict enforcement of its rules and iron-fist control has led many to brand the Church as tyrannical and oppressive; though the exact extant of its control and its leniency varies by region, culture, and the policies of the incumbent pope and regional bishops. Additionally, many services of the church, such as prayers to the first seven lunaculi, one's ancestors in a church, and even marriages require payment. Almost everything the Church offers revolves around money.

The main Synkratic denomination is dominant primarily in western and southern Eurodysia, in particular Rome and related countries, as well as Gallia, Hispania and related countries, and Lusitania. The denomination also prevalent in the extra-continental colonies of Rome, Hispania, Gallia, and Lusitania.

The Synkratic Church holds little-to-no tolerance for anything it deems unholy, though the exact extant of its leniency varies, again, by region, culture, and the policies of the incumbent pope and regional bishops. Regardless, as a result of the Church's beliefs, other religions and races it deems unholy – such as vampires, succubi, lamia, and even half-breeds of certain races – suffer severe persecution in societies dominated under the yoke of Synkratic Septifidelity. Even the other denominations of Septifidelity are viewed as heretical in the eyes of the Church. Certain forms of magic are also banned by the Church.

The Church also interprets the Mythos Septem in a way that deems homosexuality and bisexuality a sin, forcing peoples of same-sex orientation practice it in secret. The extant of its leniency toward the practices is too to varying degrees, again, by region, culture, and the policies of the incumbent pope and regional bishops; women with women relations are just barely tolerated in most Septifidelic societies, while men with men relations are almost universally scorned.


Kongzhi (控制) is a Miao denomination of the Synkratic Church in Tianchao, Dongbalian and related countries, and is competing for influence with the native religions.


Seigyo (制御) is a Genjin denomination of the Synkratic Church in Fuso, the Yamato colonies, Raimei, and Hijiritokoro that is competing for influence with the native religions.


Tongje (통제) is a Seomin denomination of the Synkratic Church in Goryeo, and is competing for influence with the native religions.


Freiheitism star

The Freiheitlich version of the star.

Freiheitism is the largest of the three main denominations. Adherents are called Freiheitlichs.

Freiheitism is the most liberal of the three main denominations, and adherents aim to spread its faith through learning and the teaching to love all cultures and living things.

Freiheitlichs believe that true enlightenment comes from embracing all cultures and practices, that all races and ethnicities are equal in the eyes of heaven. All races are free of persecution in societies dominated by Freiheitism, and all forms of magic, including those banned under Synkratism, are practiced freely.

Freiheitism was founded in Germania during what history remembers as the Freiheitlich Reformation, in opposition against the many alleged abuses and the alleged tyranny of the Synkratic Church, including the basing many of the Church's services around money.

The Reformation was started through the teachings of Roderick von Nachtigall, a Germanian fallen noble-turned-priest. He taught that since the original lunaculi weren't born all the same race or ethnicity and they can be reborn as any race or ethnicity, true enlightenment can only be achieved through loving all living things and cultures, and not through strict rules and suppression of what wasn't understood.

Nachtigall was abhorred by the many abuses of the church. He had witnessed them minorly in his homeland, but was shocked by the extent of them when he visited the capital of the Holy Papal Empire. He drafted his grievances against the Synkratic Church and a list of propositions for reforming it into what is known to history as the 200 Theses and nailed them to the door of his local church, and his students later copied and distributed them, beginning the Reformation.

Freiheitism is most prominent in central, southeastern and eastern Eurodysia, in particular Germania, Britannia, Ordensstaat, Jysk, and the Midgard peninsula. Freiheitism also has influence in New Albion and parts of southern Talmyrnia.


Cherychism is a denomination of Freiheitism. It is the official religion of Britannia and its empire via the Church of Britannia, the mother commune of Cherychism, of which the king of Britannia is the official head. This form of Freiheitism also has influence in New Albion. Adherents are called Cherychants.


Curatism is a vampiric denomination of Freiheitism, and a competing religion with Credintism. Adherents are called Curatics.

This denomination was founded by vampires due to the Freiheitlichs beliefs in loving all living things, and so led many vampires, whom had long-suffered under Synkratism, to embracing a form of Septifidelity for the first time.


Kaiho (解放) is a denomination of Freiheitism in Fuso. Followers are called Kaiho-sha (解放者). Kaiho-sha don't really compete with the other religions, but instead look toward coexistence with them. Seigyo Synkratism being the only exception.

Northern Pravdan Church

The Northern Pravdan Church is the second-largest of the three main denominations. It claims to be the true original form of Septifidelic faith.

It's primarily prominent in northern Arqupeiro, ranging from the Akhaian lands to central northern Aquilonis.

Other Figures in Septifidelity

Hyacintho & Vermiculus

According to the Mythos Septem, Hyacintho Michael and Vermiculus Lucifer were a prominent angel and demon receptively. They are also the fathers of Tallulah Michael and Xyliana Lucifer respectively, the creators of the first seven lunaculi.

Their dedicated chapter in the Mythos Septem portrays them as cousins descended from the same god (who's name has been lost to history) but fell in with different crowds: Hyacintho's father was the archangel Michael, so Hyacintho followed the ways of light and angels, becoming an archangel in his own right; while Vermiculus, whose father was Lucifer, a fallen angel that lost favor with his divine father, fell to the dark side and became a demon, eventually becoming a minor demon lord.

The two then became bitter enemies fighting to assert dominance over the mortal world in the name of either light or darkness. The only thing that ended their fighting is the birth of their twin daughters via the same mortal woman, who's name has been recorded in history as "Gaia."


Gaia is a saint from ages past, predating Septifidelity entirely, and the mother of Tallulah Michael and Xyliana Lucifer. Mythos Septem says that Gaia had the power to heal the sick and injured to full health and burn the wicked to ashes with but a touch. The scripture also says that she predated the creation of the lunaculi by at least three centuries.

In Septifidelity, she is viewed as the embodiment of goodness.

A memoir within the Mythos Septem, supposedly written by Gaia herself, tells her story:

Gaia met Hyacintho by chance as she was healing soldiers wounded in a fierce battle between the armies of Hyacintho and Vermiculus and to ease the passing of those whom she could not save from death. Hyacintho had come to escort the souls of the deceased to their place in Eden and something blossomed between them. Whether it was something preordained by fate or something emotional is unknown, but they spent a night together in each other's embrace, Gaia surrendering her virginity to Hyacintho.

Less than a day after their time together ended, Gaia came across Vermiculus, whom had also been injured during the battle. She knew Vermiculus was a wicked demon and sought to burn him for his sins so that he could hurt no one else, but she quickly found that she was immune to her powers. It was then that they looked each other in the face for the first time, and something ignited in them; it was different form what she felt from Hyacintho, but passionate all the same. She resisted at first, but something about Vermiculus, whom had healed instead of burned from her touch, caused her to give into her base instinct of lust and they too spent a night wrapped in embrace.

Gaia saw neither of the two again after that.

Gaia fell pregnant and soon gave birth to the twins, the nephilim Tallulah, daughter of Hyacintho, and the cambion Xyliana, daughter of Vermiculus. When both sides found out, the angels wanted to kill the half-demon Xyliana and take Tallulah to be raised in Eden, while the demons wanted to kill half-angle Tallulah and take Xyliana to be raised in Purgatory. The grandfathers of both twins intervened and ordered Gaia's daughters be spared, left with their mother and for the fighting to end so that they may live in peace, and gifted the twins with immortality.

Gaia raised her daughters with love despite their differing paternity, but did not live to see her daughters create the lunaculi, but she was immortalized in mythology for her role in bringing peace between the angels and the demons, a truce that stands, albeit shakily, to present day.

Tallulah & Xyliana

Tallulah Michael and Xyliana Lucifer, daughters of Hyacintho and Vermiculus receptively, as well as granddaughters/grandnieces of Archangel Michael and Fallen Angel Lucifer, are ancient immortal half-twin sisters that created the first seven lunaculi.

According to their dedicated chapter in the Mythos Septem, their mother, Gaia, passed away when they were sixteen, and it was then that their grandfathers' gift of immortality manifested, making them young women forever.

Within three centuries of that event, the evil Emperor Voldrazar crept forth from the depths of the underworld to enslave all of Qirsyllviar in darkness. While born opposites, both sisters shared the same belief: Voldrazar had to be stopped.

Though they tried to stop Voldrazar on their own, they proved no match for him and would've died if not for their immortality. And so the sisters gathered seven individuals and gifted them with the power needed to stand up to Voldrazar, and lock him away.

Septifideles worship the two as the heralds of peace through the creation of the lunaculi and the embodiment of light and darkness in all living things.

Syncretic Religions & Similar Faiths

Some religions were founded through the merging of Spetifidelic practices and other faiths.

Asli Sbe Aldiyn

Asli Sbe Aldiyn is the Ashkhas equivalent to Septifidelity, worshiping the first seven lunaculi, referred to in the faith as the Sbet Abtal (سبعة أبطال), and followers are referred to as Jalad (جلد). The difference is that while Septifidelity worships the first seven as "divine icons," Jalads worship them as heroes in service to a higher power.

The holy text of Asli Sbe Aldiyn is the Kharafat Alsabeat Al'uwlaa (خرافات السبعة الأولى/Fables of the First Seven), or the al-Kharafat (الخرافات/Fables), which tells similar stories found in the Mythos Septem, but with some very big differences. Most of the memoirs and journals of the latter are simply translated. Most of the post-first seven stories and legends have similar morals, yet are told very differently.

The faith has been competing with Din, the main ancestral religion of the Ashkhas people, for centuries. It's gotten to the point that it's an almost even split between them.

Xsassa alone has fully adopted it as it's sole official state religion.

Notes & Trivia

  • Septifidelity (from Latin: Septem = seven, & fidelis = faithful) was partially inspired by the Faith of the Seven from the A Song of Ice and Fire and Game of Thrones franchises, and is the Qirsyllvian equivalent to the real-world Christianity.
    • The Synkratic Church (from Greek: synkrató/συγκρατώ = control) is the equivalent of the Roman Catholic Church.
      • The three listed denominations of the Synkratic Church roughly mean "Control" in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean respectively.
    • Freiheitism (from German: freiheit = liberty; freiheitlich = liberal) is equivalent to Protestantism and has similar origins.
      • Cherychism (from Welsh: cherych = love) is equivalent to Angelicanism, the Protestant denomination most prevalent in England.
      • Curatism (from Romanian: curat = honest)
    • Northern Pravdan Church (from Russian: pravda/правда = true) is equivalent to the Eastern Orthodox Church.
  • The archangels listed among the Seven Archangels are also prominent ones worshiped in Christianity.
    • Besides Septifideles, the seven archangels are also moderately worshiped by those of other faiths, such as Jalads and followers of Swyll'zhor.
  • Tallulah and Xyliana are the namesakes of Qirsyllviar's Moons.
  • Just as Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, is often used as an exclamatory interjection, Caius Iccia Nero, the founder of Septifidelity, is used similarly on Qirsyllviar, commonly with his first and last name.
  • Asli Sbe Aldiyn (أصلي سبع الدين) is the the Qirsyllvian equivalent of Islam, and a Jalad (جلد) is the equivalent of a Muslim.
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