"The tools are manmade, but the process is a gift from the Star Father through his prophet, The Hub." — Phill Roller The Hubologists are a religious sect headquartered in the former city of San Francisco. They originated as a cult founded before the Great War by a man known as Dick Hubbell (or "The Hub" by Hubologists). During the time, this religious group started to move all over the United States, and in the Mojave in this case. They believe that the humans are an alien discendent race, and these alien spacecraft is still orbiting around the Earth. "We were founded back before the Great Deluge by an author and visionary of great promise, a man named Dick Hubbell. He saw the failure of the medicine of that time, and of the failure of religion, and of the failure of government. He knew that the world needed something new... The world needed Hubology." — Hubologist teachings Hubology as a religion promotes the idea that humans are plagued by the spirits of the dead, causing neurodynes to form. "The spirits of the dead are constantly trying to influence us. They reach into our brain and alter our chemistry to create neurodynes. Zeta radiation destroys some and drives the spirits away, but only for a short time." — Phil Roller Neurodynes can also be formed through contact with so-called 'surpressors: people that surpress ones talents and abilities. Their neurodyne-infested brainwaves can trigger neurodyne activity in others. Through a 'cleansing' process offered at Hubology centers called 'alignment', members can remove these negative influences and gain greater powers. Hubologists love science and progress, they are constantly searching forms of pre-war and post-war technology. Hubologists enemies are who OFFENSIVELY reject their beliefs, people with a lot of neurodynes and negativity. ROLES Leader AHS-"num" (where num indicates the neurodynes cleaning level, 1 to 9) Rim Meat LEADER: Ralph The Creator AHS-9: TedHatty AHS-7: ErConteMa _________________________________________________________________________________________ "Some would call the Star Father "God", creator of the Great Wheel. We prefer to think of the Star Father as the universal force from which we draw our energy, and to which we feed our energy in turn - again, a cyclical relationship." — Hubologist teachings.