NYC2013未公開DRAFT: Children of the Sun
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Group of Interest 234 'Children of the Sun.'


The Hijos del Sol (Eng. 'Children of the Sun') are a South American anomalous terrorist collective with origins traceable to various militant organisations that splintered from the Peruvian independence movement in the eighteenth century. Currently 132 mostly autonomous groups are known to be operating under the Hijos del Sol collective, of which a majority appear to be regional branches.

The Hijos del Sol are notable for their use of anomalous items as terror weapons and recruitment tools. Their use of organic weapons is, while not unique to them, a characteristic of Hijos del Sol terror tactics, which are often directed towards tourist sites and foreign embassies, as part of the group's heavy antagonism toward perceived Western colonialism and the 'Americanization' of South American culture.


The Hijos del Sol are of ORANGE threat level. They pose moderate threat to Foundation operations in Peru and Bolivia, and possesses multiple anomalies. However, the anomalous weapons in the organisation's possession are of limited use. The organisation is also of low resources and manpower following the civil conflict in Peru and the global crackdown on terrorism. Its organisational structure has been severely destabilized by the deaths of multiple senior leaders, and it is severely doubted that its cells are capable of cooperation.


The modern Hijos del Sol operate under an interpretation of the neo-Quechuan religion, which arose from the wider Paganism revival movement in the 1970's. However, the organization's ideological origins lie in extreme nationalism and far-right politics, of which it still retains elements. The stated intent of the Hijos del Sol is to restore the ancient South American civilizations and to rid South America of Western influence. It has claimed multiple times to be the true successor to the Incan Empire, and demanded reparations from Spain.

Brief History

The Hijos del Sol existed as various radical nationalist groups within the Peruvian independence movement prior to being established as a coherent organisation. These groups participated heavily in the 1780 revolt, however they were rapidly disillusioned by the nature of the wider movement toward independence, as it was primarily driven by Spanish-American landowners. They had already splintered into various militant groups even prior to the 1811 Peruvian War of Independence.

These groups resurfaced as the Hijos del Sol following the declaration of Peruvian independence in 1821, when they presented their manifesto. Titled 'A Declaration of Monarchistic Intent,' it demanded the immediate transition to a monarchy, deportation of European and mixed-race individuals, and the establishment of Peru as a true Quechuan state. This document was passed around various intellectual circles, debunked and ridiculed. Shamed publicly, and unlikely to gather support in the face of heavy Spanish American opposition, the Hijos del Sol again withdrew into relative obscurity.

The Hijos del Sol did very little over the remainder of the century. Publicly shamed, with low recruitment and resources, its involvement in the wars of the Confederation and of the Pacific were limited. It was not until the Second World War that the Hijos del Sol assumed its current identity as a terrorist organisation, even if the term did not yet exist. Following Peru's alignment with the Allied Powers, the group received sponsorship in the form of weapons, training specialists and anomalous artifacts from Germany. This was in part due to its strategic position and in part due to its supremacist ideology, despite the fact that its supremacism was anti-European. The group began its guerrilla campaign in late 1941.

The decades following the Second World War were chaotic. Various coups were staged and juntas overthrown, however, the Hijos del Sol were mostly unaffected. Leftist revolutionaries established themselves but lacked the subtlety and experience of the Hijos del Sol and most were crushed by the government. The organisation, however, was still a very loose collective of sub-groups, and only reformed itself with the establishment of the 'cellular' theory of organisation and the doctrines of guerrilla warfare. With these reforms the group came into shape as a modern force.

By the 1980's, Peru had severe economic issues, which lead to a period of severe social disruption. The Maoist insurgency group known as the 'Shining Path' had established itself as the counterpart to the Hijos del Sol after formation in the 1960's, and had begun what it called an 'armed struggle' against the government. In the conflict between the two belligerents, the Hijos del Sol became stuck in the center, confused as to which party to support. Ultimately it decided neither; the Shining Path was extremist left as opposed to the extremist right stance of the Hijos del Sol, and the government was, in the their eyes, the enemy by default. By 1990 Peru had become embroiled in a three-sided struggle, which, combined with hyperinflation, brought the nation into heavy deficit, with numerous atrocities and human rights violations committed by each group. It was not until the new millennium that Peru had somewhat returned to a state of peace, with the government bringing down inflation and returning the country to some state of democracy.

The Hijos del Sol did not receive this respite. The organisation, recognized as a terrorist organisation by the United Nations Security Council and various countries including the United States, was subject to the global War on Terror which followed the September 11 attacks, and suffered through several years of assassinations, counter-insurgency operations and special forces raids. It was only in the 2008 Normalcy Security Council that the Hijos del Sol were recognized as an anomalous terrorist group, and military intervention prohibited by Global Occult Coalition and Foundation authorities.


The Hijos del Sol maintain ambivelant relations with most anomalous organisations. Despite sharing almost identical structure and methods, its otherwise good relations with the Chaos Insurgency and the Serpent's Hand are marred by ideological differences, with the Children's far-right politics often coming into conflict with the other organisations' liberal stances. Relations with the Horizon Initiative appear to be poor; despite the Initiative's tolerant stance, the Children's neo-Paganism appears to be fundamentally incompatible. As such, the Children have very few allies, only receiving sponsorship from far-right hate groups.



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