The Faith of the Seven is the largest and most populous faith in Westeros, dwarfing the others in all kingdoms but the Iron Islands and the North.
The Faith was founded in times unknown when the Divine Spirit revealed itself in the Personage of Seven to Hugor of the Hill. To him they granted their wisdom and kingship, giving unto him sight into matters yet unknown to man. Their wisdoms, set down, became to be part of a book known at the Seven-Pointed Star. The Faith is run hierarchically, with their chief leader being the High Septon, the avatar of the Gods whose voice in infallible upon pronouncements of Faith.
The clergy of the Faith is composed of Septons, Septas, Begging Brothers, and Brown Brothers & Sisters of varying orders who serve the faithful.
The Seven-Pointed Star Edit
The Seven-Pointed Star is divided into multiple books and sections, beginning with the First Wisdoms, then the Second Wisdoms, the Saga of Heroes, the Gospels, the Second Gospels, and finally the Book of Blesseds.
The First Wisdoms Edit
The Orders of Clergy Edit
The Orders of Clergy are numerous. All of the Clergy of the Faith can be divided into two categories, Ordered and Regulars. Each Order serves a certain and specific goal or charism.
Orders of the Father Edit
Orders of the Mother Edit
Orders of the Warrior Edit
- Order of Septons Shining
- Order of Red Septas
- Order of Standard Bearers Loyal
- The Most Devout and Holy Vowed Militant of the Seven
Orders of the Smith Edit
Orders of the Maiden Edit
- Order of Pink Maidens
- The Baelorian Order
- Most Holy Ladies of the Blooming Rose
- Devout of Ladies Most Pure
Orders of the Crone Edit
Orders of the Stranger Edit
High Septons of the Faith Edit
High Septon Archibald, "The Travelling One" 360-367
High Septon Terrance, "The Crowned One" 367-Present