Self-explanatory. Haddism is claimed to be the ancestral religion of the Magosi people, a claim supported by some early Ovechz (Red Men) texts.
In current times, Magosi Haddism has had a revivalism of orthodoxy. Traditions from the 1st and 2nd empire days are practiced only in Olvos, and very few sites are considered worthy of pilgrimage .
Ultra-orthodox Haddism is known as Iztiafism, and is tied in with Magosi Nationalism and Archonic revivalism.