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Omega Iota



  • Authority-Aware
  • Unveiled
  • Seeker
  • Sculptor
  • Structured
  • Multinational

Overview: Omega Iota is an international paranormal conglomerate whose motives are relatively unclear. The organization most clearly manifests itself as a centralized, oligarchical council called The Omega Iota High Ministry, comprised of ten Ministers, each surveying an unclear number of operations, dummy corporations, and anomalous items. Directly controlled by the Ministry is what is colloquially referred to by Authority-UNAAC forces as Omega Iota proper: an interconnected web of professors, figureheads, and influential persons working in favor of the Ministry.

Omega Iota's actions outside of official events are masked by an untold array of vassal an-orgs1, each specializing in unique tasks and areas of study in order to fill specific roles. Using these vassal orgs, Omega Iota has long been able to hide from the global jurisdiction of the UNAAC. For this reason, it has been sometimes referred to as "the many-headed serpent," or "the Leviathan." Another common nickname for the conglomerate is "Three Eyes," referring to three vassal orgs which have proven integral to Omega Iota's efforts.


The Talisman of the Omega Iota High Ministry. Commonly used to represent members of Omega Iota during UNAAC summits. It is based off of a symbol designed by Éliphas Lévi's, described as representing the human being or soul. Sometimes used as an unofficial emblem representing Omega Iota proper.

Omega Iota specializes in the supernatural bio-engineering of human beings; an act of which has been deemed against international law by Provision 1.14 of the Brussels Convention, of which is upheld by the UNAAC in the present day. Omega Iota works against the terms set by the Brussels Convention, specifically Provisions 1 and 3. However, Omega Iota has worked alongside the RPC Authority in order to work in favor of Provision 2. Omega Iota's conduct surrounding all forms of international-supernatural governance is highly inconsistent.

Through 1953-1960, several conflicts occurred between the UNAAC and Omega Iota2, mainly stemming from the accidental discovery of the Damascene Stronghold in Syria3. A cold war between Omega Iota and the UNAAC promptly began, resulting in various skirmishes performed by mercenary groups. The conflict came to an end following the 1960 Times Square Incident4, where the RPC Authority and various AoIs were forced to intervene in order to prevent a possible "Case AGORAPHOBIA" scenario5.

In 1960, the Worms Treaty was signed, in which Omega Iota and the UNAAC, along with associated entities, agreed to obey the following clauses:

  • Article 1: The UNAAC and Omega Iota are forbidden from attacking their respective facilities, personnel, and assets.
  • Article 2: Omega Iota and Authority may freely cooperate if each side pleases, and the UNAAC is not allowed to interfere with their relations.
  • Article 3: Omega Iota has full custody and reign over the anomalies it has properly contained, and its status as a Seeker organization is legitimate and is not to be combated by the UNAAC. Omega Iota must also respect the UNAAC’s legitimacy.
  • Article 4: Omega Iota is allowed to send a representative or spokesperson to attend and represent the society in UNAAC conferences should the topic relate to Omega Iota or require its immediate attention in some form.
  • Article 5: The true nature of Omega Iota’s vassal organizations is not to be exposed by the UNAAC or RPC Authority to any Agencies or Groups of Interest.
  • Article 6: In times or duress, the UNAAC and Omega Iota have agreed to work together in order to maintain secrecy.

As of June 5th, 1972, Article 5 of the 1960 Worms Treaty has been rendered void due to Omega Iota's repeated violation of the Brussels Convention using said vassal organizations.


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