Born with psychic abilities and branded with a genetic marker, those who are chosen and survive a deadly initiation process become Quytel. Three Judges, three Seekers, seven Warriors and a Commander make a Quytel Circle. The seven Circles are bound to specific geographic territories on Earth. Through near immortality, powerful psychic abilities, and an unbreakable bond that ties them together, they are the servants of justice.
Three Judges, three Seekers, seven Warriors and a Commander make a Quytel Circle. The seven Circles are bound to specific geographic territories on Earth.
Judges are the judicial backbone of the Quytel, and although their psychic abilities vary, their most powerful one is truthsense. No one can lie to a judge. Once passed, their justice is swift and severe. Their wisdom and ability to look at the balance of power is invaluable in strategic planning and battle. There are three Judges in each Circle.
Seekers are sent out across the vast territories of each Circle to find, train, and protect psychic humans, culling through their numbers to find those special, powerful few who could one day become Quytel. As with Judges, there are three Seekers in each Circle.
Warriors are the front line of defense for the Quytel. Their abilities are vast and include calling on energy in various forms and the manipulation of minds and bodies.They are the strong arm of justice. Each Circle has seven Warriors.
They are united by their Commander who maintains the bond that links each member of a Circle to him and to each other.
Each Circle has center of operations that is located on or very near a specific energetic place of power.
North American Quytel – a mile underground just outside of Sedona, Arizona.
African Quytel – a mile underground near the Pyramids at Giza, Egypt.
Asian Quytel – underground just out side of Lhasa, Tibet
South American Quytel – within the mountain underneath Machu Picchu, the lost city of the Incas in Peru
European Quytel – directly beneath Stonehenge, England
Circle of the Isles– on Pohnpei Island, Micronesia
Circle of the Poles – over a mile underground directly under each Pole