The Shalotheis is a divine Godhead, like the Holy Trinity of Christianity. It is comprised of three individuals: Arba, Emeth, and Ruach.
Holy Books & Codes
The Holy Scrolls of Emeth were inspired by Ruach, the third member of the Shalotheis.
Divine Symbols & Sigils
The Shalotheis is symbolized by several curves that intersect each other to form a triangular shape. At each corner of the shape is a small circle representing each person of the Divine Three. surrounding the whole shape is a larger circle that connects with the design at the corners. This larger circle represents the oneness and unity that the Divine Three share.
The second member of the Shalotheis, Emeth, is celebrated in the Weeks of Mourning and Jubilee, in which his death is contemplated with fasting and his subsequent overthrow of Anan is celebrated with joyous feasting.
Divine Goals & Aspirations
The Shalotheis uniformly desire the eradication of evil and the revelation of their love for humanity to be made known.