Vlassis G. Rassias. «Concerning the Hellenes‘ Disease, Vol. I: On the ancestral Gods». Athens: Anichti Poli Publisher, 3rd ed., 2002, greek. Tran. of the booktitle and greek book description by Stilian Ariston. [Byzantine emperors called Hellenismos «Disease of the Hellenes»].
«The first volume of the known trilogy of Vlassis G. Rassias on the Ancient hellenic Tradition and Religion. In this first volume the author describes (and defends, both with his heart, and logical and historical arguments) the ethnic and religious views and convictions of the ancient Greeks, and compares them with those of the barbarian so-called ‹post-Christian› era. The most interesting parts of this book is the reference to the heroic model and extensive interpretation of the twelve main gods of Hellenic Polytheism and the mystical God Dionysus. It was The first book in Greece openly defending the greatness of the native polytheistic religion of the Greeks.»
Vlassis G. Rassias: «Concerning the Hellenes‘ Disease, Vol. II: The Collapse of the Ancient Soul». Athens: Anichti Poli Publisher, 2nd edition, 2001, greek. Translation of the booktitle and book description by Stilian Ariston. [The byzantine emperors called Hellenismos «Disease of the Hellenes»].
«The second volume of said trilogy on the Ancient Tradition. In this volume the author dares to narrate, how the self-institutionalized Greek Polis was abolished by Philip and Alexander, how the requirement of the latter to be worshiped as an Olympian god seriously damaged the religious mores of the hellenic Ethnos. The book ends up in the narrative of the invasion of oriental superstition and how the Greeks gradually but ultimately ended up being an alienated, powerless Ethnos in the vast Roman Empire.»
Vlassis G. Rassias: «Concerning the Hellenes‘ Disease, Vol. III: ‹Raze them to the ground›.» Athens: Anichti Poli Publisher, 3rd edition, 2009, greek. Translation of the booktitle and book description by Stilian Ariston. [The byzantine emperors called Hellenismos «Disease of the Hellenes»].
«The final volume of the trilogy of the author on the Ancient greek Tradition. In this third thrilling volume the author describes with very dense writing the wild destruction of Greek Culture by the christianized Romans of Constantinople (‹Byzantium›) and relentless persecution of the Christian conquerors against the ethnic Hellenes, to the point of genocide, from the 4th to the 9th century of the barbaric era. The first book in Greece in which the real Holocaust of the greek Ethnos by servants, priests and soldiers of an outlandish ‹culture›, thoroughly silenced by those in power, is gathered, recorded and presented with details.»
On the «Raze to the ground»: «Arcadius orders in 399 all remaining Pagan temples to be razed to the ground immediately. Bishop Nicetas destroys the Oracle to Dionysus in Vesai and what non-Christians survive and willing to choose the faith over death he dutifully baptizes in 400.»
David Hernandez: The Greatest Story Ever Forged: Curse of the Christ Myth, p. 127, Pittsburgh: Dorrance Publishing, 2009.
«A lengthy chronological presentation (1st-20th century Era Vulgaris) of all the attrocities, persecutions and other crimes commited by the so-called ‚monotheist‘ religion in its effort to convert the ‹heathen› nations. From the early burnings of temples and libraries, till the witchhunts and the genocide against the Native Peoples of the globe.» (Anichti Poli)
«The lengthiest up till today study of the greek and international biliography on the worship of God Zeus. The author presents in alphabetical order together with numerous interesting illustrations 527 cult names of the soupreme Olympian God.»
Vlassis G. Rassias: «Ethnos, Ethnism, Nation state, Nationalism». Athens: Anichti Poli Publisher, 2nd ed., 2006 [org. 1996], greek. Translation of booktitle by Stilian Ariston.
Exploring the growing threat of Nationalism from a hellenic point of view.
«A daring effort to serarate meanings confused (in purpose or because of ignorance) to the point of causing serious problems to all healthy attempts to return to the ancient pre-christian Traditions.» (Anichti Poli)
Vlassis G. Rassias: «Festivals and holy rituals of the Hellenes». Athens: Anichti Poli Publisher, 2nd ed., 2000 [org. 1997], greek. Translation of booktitle by Stilian Ariston.
«One more lengthy study. In this book Vl. Rassias presents in alphabetical order together with numerous illustrations more than 400 ancient hellenic festivals and rituals. At the end of this study the reader can find lists with the few preserved names of the months of the various ancient greek cities.» (Anichti Poli)