Definition of halcyon

1a: characterized by happiness, great success, and prosperity : GOLDEN —often used to describe an idyllic time in the past that is remembered as better than today

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The Halcyon Group

Mission Statement

A fellowship dedicated to equality of opportunity for all its members, and society at large. We believe that success is predicated upon access to essential resources and the knowledge that those resources are certainly available.

What is The Halcyon Group?


As stated in its mission statement, the group is dedicated to providing resources to its members and, by extension, to society. We believe that by making a critical number of individuals stronger or turning them into assets to the people around them, we can benefit our social circles.
This idea works on the premise that our membership is composed of people seeking and offering resources. These resources come in the form of products and services.  “Products” can be defined as any tangible object provided to a member (or individual) to assist in the achievement of an outcome. “Services”, on the other hand, can be any intangible provided to a member or individual with the same intention.
However, limiting the group to the simplicity of the definitions provided here undermines the reach of its power and influence. If the goal is to create ideal assets for society, we must understand that the needs of individuals are often complex.


Members are invited to join the fellowship by an existing member. Invitations are up to the discretion of the member providing them. However, the organisation’s leadership reserves the right to accept or decline any invitation.

An invitation is valid when a hand-written letter is presented to the leadership stating the merits of the invitee and outlining the reasons for their acceptance into the organisation. Payment shall be included along with the consideration letter. 

Should the invitation be refused, the group will return all money to the invitee. 

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