The Brotherhood of Singhaa

The Brotherhood of Singhaa is an ancient organization that is dedicated to preserving and safeguarding the Lifestream and its many facets.


History

The exact date of the formation of the Brotherhood of Singhaa, which predates the age of Christ, is unknown. The organization is named after a small town in Jerusalem where the organization is thought to have originated. Though the town does not appear on any maps, as it no longer officially exists, its people proudly refer to themselves as the “singhaani”--the protectors of life eternal.


The main known purpose of the Brotherhood of Singhaa is to safeguard the Almas Moqaddas and keep the existence of the Lifestream from public awareness. While members of the organization are taught about the Lifestream and its supposed wonders, they are strictly forbidden from attempting to access the realm themselves.

Some theorize that the brotherhood’s purpose and ambitions lie beyond the bounds of protecting the Almas Moqaddas. What their ultimate goal is, however, is currently unknown.


Originally, the Brotherhood of Singhaa consisted of very few members, all bonded by a singular bloodline. Today, however, their numbers are many. They hide in plain sight, completely anonymous to the general populace. Members of the brotherhood have managed to infiltrate nearly all known organizations, both political and religious. Many of their members now hold high ranking positions in these organizations, including the Catholic church and governments across the world.


Today, members are continually born into the Brotherhood of Singhaa, where they are raised to understand the organizations motivations and objectives. Adolescents are trained to blend in with their surroundings and avoid notice. Once members reach adulthood, they are assigned to specific roles within a variety of third-party organizations. Their orders are to then watch and listen for news of the Lifestream as well as other, as of yet unknown topics.


Sigil

The sigil of the Brotherhood of Singhaa (Figure 1) is used as a sort of secret sign between members to indicate their allegiance to the organization. The parallel lines represent the co-existence of our reality and the Lifestream. The curve, which begins at these lines, portray a figure traveling through both worlds and, ultimately, ascending to a higher plane of existence.

Figure 1:  Sigil of the Brotherhood of Singhaa.


Purpose

Currently, the only known purpose of the Brotherhood of Singhaa is to safeguard the Almas Moqaddas and keep the existence of the Lifestream a secret from the outside world.  While it is theorized that the brotherhood may have other directives, as well, they are currently unknown.


Lifestream

In 1994, one of the Brotherhood of Singhaa’s blood members, Grandl Issa, betrayed the organization and stole the Almas Moqaddas, after which he, thanks in part to the unwitting assistance of Father Randolph Holton, successfully managed to open the gateway to the Lifestream.


Post-Lifestream

Three months after Randolph Holton's disappearance, the Brotherhood of Singhaa successfully recovered the Almas Moqaddas. Though they labeled Grandl Issa a traitor, they never managed to track him down.


Upon the gem’s recovery, the brotherhood gave up its search for Grandl. Under orders from their leader, an unidentified bishop in the Catholic Vatican, members of the organization turned their attention to another, more important matter.



Stonewall Penitentiary

In January 2012, Randolph Holton was inducted into the Brotherhood of Singhaa as its newest Holy Father.

Brotherhood of Singhaa

First seen:  Lifestream

Last seen:  Stonewall Penitentiary

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