Congratulations to the president of ECER Andras Corban-Arthen on once again being elected Vice-Chair of the Parliament of the World’s Religions yesterday!
Press Release 346 /February 1, 2018
The morally, religiously and culturally bankrupt Monotheism, is desperately clinging to life by conjuring up from its dark past the most disgusting aspects that its intolerant nature has to display. Its Islamic branch by use of military force is trying to bring humanity back to a period of medieval barbarity, while the Christian branch is attempting the same but with a preference to the 16th Century, the time of the Puritan Age.
With the incitement of fundamentalists, in country after country, those that exhibit a sick hatred for the human form, attack anything that glorifies it. Because the Greek art of the pre-Christian period and the Neoclassicism of the 19th Century that emulated it, above all others glorified the human body, they have become the main target of the monotheists. These attacks come in various guises, hiding behind the seemingly innocent masks of modernism, feminism etc…, or directly under the banners of fundamentalism and conservatism.
The Parliament of Lithuanian Republic
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We, the legal body of the Hellenic Ethnic Religion, herewith express our full support to the appeal of Romuva, the legal body of the Ancient Baltic Religion for state recognition by the Parliament (Seimas) of the Lithuanian Republic, as part of the Lithuanian historical, spiritual and social heritage. Continue reading The Hellenic Ethnic Religion supports the request of Romuva Religion to be identified by Lithuanian Parliament as traditional
ATHENS, Greece – On April 9th, the Supreme Council of Ethnic Hellenes (YSEE), a religious organization working to restore the indigenous religion of Greece, put out a statement saying Greek polytheism has received legal status in Greece. Prior to this, Greek Pagans did not have religious freedoms such as the ability to buy land to create houses of worship nor could Pagan clergy perform marriage ceremonies.
Imagine an ecologic, sheer place, with a Sacred Grove in it’s center, that ever wisely hums, and a small, shingle-covered sanctuary, devoted to the ever living Slavic Gods. In some distance, lies a wooden village, and a small burgh within its protective shadow. Continue reading NATIVE SLAVIC FAITH\n – A place to call home, POLAND
23 November. Vilnius Most village meeting to gather Baltic religious community – Lithuania Romuva discussed the way forward and elected a new Lithuanian Romuvos guide – Kriva Inija Trinkūnienė. Continue reading Lithuania Romuvos KRIVA elected Inija Trinkūnienė
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On January 20, 2014, 75-year old Jonas Jaunius Trinkūnas (b. 1939), founder of Lithuania’s pagan revival Romuva, as well as being an ethnologist and folklorist, passed away in Vilnius, Lithuania. Continue reading Jonas Trinkūnas, Krivis of Lithuania’s Romuva, passed away
5th International Conference at Mysore India 2015 1st Feb to 5th
We are very glad to inform you that ICCS USA Inc is proposing to organize the 5th International Conference and Gathering of the Elders from 31st Jan to 5th Feb 2015 at Mysore India, ECER has been the major cosponsor Continue reading 5th International Conference at Mysore India 2015
EarthSpirit recently sponsored a series of performances in Massachusetts and Vermont by Kulgrinda – the ritual performance group of Romuva, which is the name given in modern times to the revived ethnic pagan religion of Lithuania. Continue reading Jonas Trinkūnas, founder of Romuva, receives award from Lithuanian President
Dear Prime Minister Harper,
I am writing to express my concern regarding omnibus laws Bill C-38 and Bill C-45 which pose threat to First Nations” constitutional rights. Continue reading Canada: respect constitutional rights of First Nations!
On August 24, 2009, in Kiev city center on Starokijovsko hill, a three metre high idol of Perun was built. The first time Perun “with a silver head and gold mustache” was built in the year 980 under order of Prince Vladimir, but, eight years later, after baptism was accepted by Vladimir, Perun was demolished. Continue reading The battle for Kiev’s Perun continues