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’
The speech of the representative of Supreme Council of the Ethnikoi Hellenes (YSEE) Constantine Malliaros at the 16th European Congress of Ethnic Religions (ECER) in the Faculty of Charles University (Filozofická fakulta Univerzita Karlova v Praze) in Prague on 15 July “2016”.
Communication 302 / 19.08.2015
The Hellenic Ethnic Religion would like to appeal to the civilized humanity (or what remains of it) and express its horror for the brutal execution by beheading of the elderly Syrian archaeologist Khaled Assad, and the hanging of his lifeless body from a column in the archeological site of Palmyra, at the hands of the Jihadist enemies of humanity and civilization. Continue reading ANOTHER MARTYR OF CIVIL HUMANITY
In an ancient part, of the modern city of Thessaloniki, now a part of the municipality of Thermaikos lays the Square of Antigonidon. Continue reading 6th Century Temple to Aphrodite to be buried to make way for Apartment Building
1/21/2012 (New York, New York) -The exhibition at the Onasis Cultural Center of New York entitled «Transition to Christianity» held no surprises for all those who are well aware of the influence the christian church has over the Greek state and its cultural organizations. Continue reading Transition to Christianity’ or Crime against Hellenism
Dear friends, brothers and sisters, fellow pagans.
I’ m Vlassis Rassias and I represent the Supreme Council of Ethnikoi Hellenes (YSEE), the main board of representation for the followers of the ethnic polytheistic Hellenic Religion. Our aim is to defend from verbal and physical abuse all the holy items, symbols and ideas of our Tradition and, of course, to fully restore the Hellenic Religion, against the fact that the Greek state has so far omitted in its legislation the granting of legal personality to religious communities apart the three byzantine religions -Orthodox Christianity, Turkish Sunni Islam and Judaism- which constitute Public Law Legal Entities. Continue reading Bologna 2010 speech of Vlassis Rassias (Supreme Council of Ethnikoi Hellenes – YSEE)