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.
Continue reading The Greek state has finally recognized the Hellenic Ethnic Religion as a ‘Known Religion’
Native Hellenic Tradition and Religion is not recognized as a Statutory corporation in Greece. Its hellenic Non Profit Organization YSEE – “founded in June of 1997 aiming to the morale and physical protection and restoration of the Polytheistic, Ethnic Hellenic religion, Continue reading Please help the native hellenic tradition and religion to become recognized as a statutory corporation in Greece
The Slavonic Native Religion community«The Great Fire as one of the examples of revival the traditional culture and it`s main values»
The idea of revival the native Slavonic religion appeared in Ukraine in the beginning of 20-th century. During the long period, when Ukraine was a part of the Soviet Union, the revival of the traditional Slavonic religion was very difficult. But still, there were people, who understood all the importance ofancient religion. Continue reading Report of Slavonic Native Religion community «The Great Fire, Bologne, Italy 2010
By Jonas Trinkūnas
The Lithuanians’ ancient religion is inseparable from homeland, ancestors’ land, language; it takes its root in high antiquity and our ancestors are its originators. The ancestors pass on their most sacred knowledge to us as a traditional culture with its customs, morality, folk songs, etc. The religion itself formed as an expression of the sacrality of cultural traditions, closely related with the moral outlook. Continue reading ETHICS OF BALTIC RELIGION
From Bulletin Oaks, Issue 1, Summer 1999 – also known as “News WCER”, a preliminary version before the Congress in August 1999, originally entitled “News WCER” Continue reading Baltic religion – History in brief, by Audrius Dandzila (USA)