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!
The participation of the Hellenic Ethnic Religion in the joint ritual of the European Congress of Ethnic Religions (ECER) on the Palatine Hill of Rome, April the 21st «2018».
Hymns to Gods Apollo and Dionysus.
A video from a beautiful ceremony held on Palatino hills on 21thApril 2018 which was the 2771th anniversary of founding Rome. The ceremony was led by the ECER members (European Congress of Ethnic Religions) from several states of Europe.
The Report of Societas Hesperiana pro Culto Deorum, for 16th ECER Congress, Rome 2018
The Triple Exile:
As we all know, after the doomed and execrable Second Edict of Theodosius, in the year 392 c.e., private (communitarian and domestic) rituals were banned in the entire territory of the Western Roman Empire. Terrible persecutions punished all who continued to honor the Gods and the Ancestors in all the territories of nowadays Italy. Anyway, we know from historical sources and because of the persistence of many ritual acts in rural Italy that many fellow gentiles continued to perform rituals during the long centuries of oppression. Continue reading The Roman-Italic rituals and their sources
A great four-day event, with the participation of delegations from fifteen European countries and a representation from the US, culminated in an intense and luminous common ritual on the sacred hill of the Palatine on the 2771st anniversary of Rome foundation, the “Dies Natali”. So it was the sixteenth Congress of the ECER – European Congress of Ethnic Religions, organized by the Movimento Tradizionale Romano on the theme “The pagan rituals and their sources” (19 – 22 April 2018), concluded in Rome with great success, thanks to the synergy of prestigious doctrinal and scientific contributions and an impeccable organization. Continue reading The Review of Saturnia Tellus for the ECER Congress in Rome 2018
The presentation of the Supreme Council of Ethnikoi Hellenes (YSEE) on the first day of the 17th European Congress of Ethnic Religions (ECER) at Rome (April the 19th «2018»).
Η παρουσίαση του Υπάτου Συμβουλίου των Ελλήνων Εθνικών (ΥΣΕΕ) κατά την πρώτη ημέρα του 17ου Ευρωπαϊκού Συνεδρίου Εθνικών Θρησκειών (ECER) στην Ρώμη (19 Απριλίου «2018»).
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Photo Credits: Salvatore Castagna Continue reading ECER Congress Rome 2018 – Photo Gallery
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.
ROMA, ITALIA 19-22 APRIL 2018
Dear members of E.C.E.R., we are happy to invite you on behalf of Roman Traditional Movement to the 16th European Congress of Ethnic Religions, which will take place in the heart of the Mediterranean, in Rome, 19th to 22th April 2018 with focus on theme draft “Heathenism Rituals and their Sources”. Continue reading 16th European Congress of Ethnic Religions “The Heathenism Rituals and their Sources”
The Parliament of Lithuanian Republic
Gedimino ave. 53,
The Ministry of Justice
Gedimino ave. 30,
Athens, Greece, May the 20th, 2017
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