Hunter: The Reckoning
Enlightened Society of the Weeping Moon
A quick Google reveals that the Enlightened Society of the Weeping Moon was a Victorian-era secret society similar to the Freemasons, though never comparable in size or membership. The Society of the Weeping Moon saw its popularity rise in the late 1800s, peaking at over a thousand after an 1873 enrolment drive in Eastern Europe and the American West.
Details are scant, though it looks to have been formed in France during the French Revolution, though the iconography used by the group dates back to ancient Egyptian relics found on the Isle of Rhodes.
It’s unsure about the Society’s final fate, though a news report from 1912 indicated the group was faring poorly financially and was fragmenting into several splinter factions.