She was thought of by the Rupertists as a satanist witch, while the Euylize thought of her as a neutral mediator from a Christian God. Today many Christians take the same view as the Euylize. Also, there are estimated to be about 10,000 people who worship Helina as a messiah, sent to earth to mediate the Euylizean and Rupertland battles.
During her lifetime, Helina had made several prophecies. Some are known to be buried in the Archives of the Church of Rupert, some are believed to have been covered-up by the Rupertland Empire, and some have made it to the public eye. Her most famous prophecy is a multi-page prophecy in which she forecasts the outcome of the Rupertland Empire. So far, all of her predictions have been correct.
"… Your empire shall fall to its knees, in the greatest battle of fires, on its own island. The irony! Even still, the Euylize shall live longer then even you could ponder. You, James, will be known by your peoples as one of the worst kings your Kingdom ever hath. Congratulations. Ad mortem te, ad te exspectatur iudicium …Hodiernum diem mortis meae."
This famous prophecy was delivered at the request of King James, who afterwards had her killed.
- 1392: Non assumere sibi robustos (Do not assimilate the Knotts), at request of King Elijah
- 1430: Annuntiat de fato pauper terramrupert (Warning of Poor Fate for Rupertland), at Helina's pleasure.
- 1450-60s: A warning is speculated to have been made saying that Rupertists would go to hell. Prophecy is belived to have been covered-up poorly, and reminants could be in the small Archives of the Thone, which is still a private collection, but could be forced to open by the Delongo Ministry.
- 1470s: A prophecy was made about the constant state of war in Europe. Prophecy believed to be in the Church of Rupert Archives.
- 1480: Collapse de terramrupert imperium (Collapse of the Rupertland Empire), at request of King James
- At least five other prophecies had been created. Experts believe as many as fifteen prophecies could still be unknown.