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Spanish-speaking Groups of Interest


Antares Society for the Renewal of the Human Spirit

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Overview: Group of Interest discovered by the Hispanic branch of the Foundation, the Antares Society is an organization of similar characteristics to Masonry dedicated to esotericism and the study of the occult. Founded in 1953 by Claudine Oparin, this secret society believes in the existence of the "Great Masters", intelligences or entities alien to this physical plane that seek to "guide" humanity to a new "Golden Age", described as a world where war, poverty, prejudices of all kinds will disappear and full equality between men will be achieved. The AS considers certain SCPs to be means of contact with these "greater intelligences", such as SCP-ES-011 and SCP-ES-051. The AS seeks to acquire these SCPs through various methods, either monetary (buying them), or using more aggressive means, such as theft, kidnapping or extortion.

Its members come from all social strata, professions, and nationalities, but they have in common a certain level of education, interest in mysticism and a clear disagreement with the current world situation.

The Antares Society maintains good relations with the Chaos Insurgency and with Marshall, Carter and Dark Ltd., trading various SCPs among them, has tense relations with the Church of the Broken God, and an openly aggressive stance towards the Foundation. (refer to Incident AS-L65235). There is no knowledge of the nature of their interactions with other GoI.

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Cult of the Great Green God

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Overview: Anomalous religion that arose in the Ancient Egyptian Empire, at some point during the 12th dynasty, centred on the worship of an entity of vegetal nature called the Great Green God. Apparently extinct for nearly two thousand years, this cult has recently experienced a resurgence, especially in South America, in the form of small groups often linked to extreme ecological movements and even eco-terrorists, often also linked to anomalies of vegetal nature.

The Foundation is in possession of SCP-ES-041, an artifact of great importance for the cult.

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Special Security Commission

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Overview: Organism of the Franco regime of Spain instituted in 1938 from a specialized body of the Councils of the National Syndicalist Offensive (JONS) and set as a secret organization of the Information Service of the Defence High Command, with the field name "Second Bis." Its operations focused on the detection, capture, exploitation and dismantling of anomalies from a perspective strongly biased towards the national-catholic and authoritarian values of the regime; the organism turned out to be impervious to the efforts of foreign organisms to infiltrate it, including the Foundation. It became part of the Foundation with all its anomalous resources in 1977, with the disintegration of the Information Department and a notable evolution in values, statutes and personnel.

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The Cuban Ministry of Anomalies

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Overview: The Cuban Ministry of Anomalies (hereinafter referred to as CMA) was a Cuban-based occult organization. Instead of focusing on the containment of anomalies, the CMA was largely concerned with turning any anomaly within its scope into a tool for war, espionage or the production of material goods. Anomalies that could not be used for any of the above purposes were often neutralized or traded to the Soviet Union in exchange for material goods. The CMA was severely weakened after the fall of the Soviet Union and the GRU-P, and even more so after the death of Fidel Castro.

Although the organization is considered to have disappeared in modern times, a small resistance cell has been reported to exist in rural Venezuela.

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