Fanimry is a monotheistic faith founded upon the revelations of the Prophet Fane.

The central tenets of Fanimry deal with the solitary nature and trascendence of the God, the falseness of the Hundred Gods (who are considered demons by the Fanim), the repudiation of the Tusk as unholy, and the prohibition of all representations of the God.[1]

The symbol and primary holy device of Fanimry is Two Scimitars (Twin Scimitars), symbolizing the “Cutting Eyes” of the Solitary God: “one for the Unbeliever Eye, and one for the Unseeing Eye.”[2][3]


  1. Encyclopedic Glossary, ‘Fanimry’
  2. Encyclopedic Glossary, ‘Twin Scimitars’
  3. The Thousandfold Thought, Chapter 10