Teach the children to be happy and strong

All Hellenic children hear the term “idolater” or “pagan” from the earliest years in the schoolyard, or at the playground, or on television. The parents try to shield them from this kind of ugliness. But the truth is, you cannot prevent them from hearing what people say or from the hurtful words in their school. … Teach the children to be happy and strong weiterlesen

Fight anti-Hellenism, fight cultural appropriation

The enemies of the Hellenes continue, unswervingly and consistently, their distortion of Hellenismos, its language, history and values.They break into other ethnicities' «houses,» change their language according to their whim, cut their language precisely to their own size and turn their ancestral value system upside down.The different branches of Christianity's religious byproducts (Neopaganism, Occultism, New … Fight anti-Hellenism, fight cultural appropriation weiterlesen

For a new Hellenic Intellectual Resistance

It is an undeniable fact that expropriation was part of the Hellenic genocide. We can say, expropriation and appropriation marked the beginning of a period of persecution and execution. The result is well known. However, while the Christian appropriation of Hellenism's history and philosophy still goes on, new players have entered the «game» our culture … For a new Hellenic Intellectual Resistance weiterlesen

On rites, terms and the tradition

Many people, who understand Greek, may have noticed that the Hellenes don't use the word «rite» when it comes to religion, even though the correct execution of the sacrifices constitutes the actual core of our ancestral cults. The reason for this is simple: we don't have a word for «rite.»«Telete,» the word we use in … On rites, terms and the tradition weiterlesen

Do the Hellenic Gods exist?

This text is a translated excerpt taken from the book “Γεννήθηκα Έλληνας: Δεκατέσσερα πολυθεϊστικά κείμενα” (“I was born Greek: Fourteen polytheistic articles”, 8th ed., Athens 2003) by the epicurean author and publisher Marios Verettas. Source of the English version: “Do the Hellenic Gods Exist ? Υπάρχουν οι Έλληνες Θεοί;;” Published with the permission of Marios … Do the Hellenic Gods exist? weiterlesen

A fair journalistic coverage of Hellenismos

Illustration from «Illustrerad verldshistoria utgifven av E. Wallis. volume I»: Sacrifice at a monument. 1875. Commons Wikimedia. Public domain. There are some individuals on the internet, journalists and bloggers, who write about Hellenismos, since it seems to become an increasingly interesting subject to investigate. Many of these people make claims about Hellenismos and describe us … A fair journalistic coverage of Hellenismos weiterlesen

The absurd fruits of Neopagan intolerance

In the eyes of spiritual colonialists, Hellenes or other ethnicities who don't live up to Neopagan expectations but, stubborn they are, continue to live according to their own culture and therefore they have no interest in assimilation into the Occident, are... «folkists» or even «racists» (though the concept of «race» is alien to Hellenismos, whatever). … The absurd fruits of Neopagan intolerance weiterlesen

Michael Tarchaniota Marullus (1458-1500): Hymn to Hermes

Marullus wrote his hymn to Hermes in the Latin exile, after his fatherland, Constantinople, fell to the Ottoman Turks in 1453. Marullus was a poet and stratioti-soldier who fought in the Crimea against the Ottoman Turks. Many members of his family died in the battle field fighting for the freedom of the Peloponnes. He is … Michael Tarchaniota Marullus (1458-1500): Hymn to Hermes weiterlesen

The goddess Hekate

Vlassis G. Rassias: «Η ΘΕΑ ΕΚΑΤΗ», in Rassias (Κείμενα), March 2015, last time checked: August 15, 2020. This is the translation of the original Greek text about the goddess Hekátē in excerpts. THE GODDESS HEKATE Moon goddess of the secret knowledge, of transitions and changes, which has power over the sky, the earth, the sea, … The goddess Hekate weiterlesen