Four pointed star

The four pointed star is a common symbol in Jelism, as it was told to harold Jal's birth.

Jelism was the major religion during the age of the Order. Prior to the Hora Invassion believe in Jrova was minimal, considered a cult in comparison to the other faiths. Worship was overshadowed by worship of false gods, and other powers. With Jal's victory, and the legend that spread following the exodus of the Hora, a renewed interest in the creator rose. However, the established faiths here loath to give up power, mainly the Catholic Church, which having a hold on Europe, remained strong until the seventeen hundreds, prior to The Order making it's self publicly known. Once the Order had a firm hold on the world, other faiths, being viewed as falsehoods, where banned from open worship, and Jelism became taught in schools to strengthen the faith. The Jelism taught during this time enforced the concept that all superhumans are the resut of pacts with Mer, or decended from Hora, whom Jal repelled from the Earth. Indoctrination enforced that they would bring about the apocalypse in service to their dark masters, or due to inately born deception, and hate.


Before the WorldEdit


Rise of the False GodsEdit

Hrova's Hand: The InvasionEdit

Jal's MightEdit

The Continuing StruggleEdit

The Three, and the OneEdit

Jrova, the Creator

Hrova, the Destroyer

Mer, the Lord of Sin, binder of Curses

Jal, the Savior, vanguisher of Darkness, revealer of Truth

Clergy, and the TemplesEdit

Jelist clergy consists of Priests, and thier various sects.




January - A celebration of community, where families exchange gifts, and come together for the winter season; sharing stories, making coco, etc. Old Man Winter is a subject, families often make winter preparations a fun experience as the kids work to keep Old Man Winter out of the house.

August or October - The origin of this holiday is debated. Participants dress as trolls, ghouls, witches, hora, etc and attend grand festivals. Generally it's seen as a time to laugh away one's fears, or as an excuse to act creepier then one usually would. The celebration, which can last from two to five days, always ends in a feast of the harvest, and a day of thanks.



The version above is known as Apocalyptic Jelism.

  • Reformed Jelism - The belief in Jel, Jrova, Hrova, and Mer without the belief in the Second Coming. It became increasingly popular with the youth following the fall of the Order. According to them, Jel's final prophecy was added by a false prophet, ordained by the Order.
  • Jrova Minimalism - This belief includes worship of the three Gods but doesn't believe in Jel. Under this belief system Jel was a fabrication of the Order.