About Hellenismos and reconstruction

Eusebeia: ethical and moral values

The Delphic Maxims

Hellenismos in the everyday world

Hellenismos' Cults, Traditions, and Practices

Recommended Reading
Personal practice

Greek rituals


Hellenismos FAQs

Mysticism in Hellenismos

Virtual Temples to the gods

If you have any links that you would like to see here, please email me and I will put them up.

Greek Organizations/Churches
  • Hellenion (US/International)
  • Dadoukhoi (US/International)
  • Eleusinion (US/International)
  • Elaion (US/International)
  • Neokoros (US/International)
  • Promachos Organization (US/International - membership not limited to those in Hellenismos)
  • Supreme Council of the Gentile Hellenes (Greece)

  • Daitales - Boston, MA
  • Hellenotamiai of Hellenion - Washington, DC metro area (including southern Maryland, northern Virginia and the District of Columbia)
  • The Hellenion Proto-Demos tes Hagnes Persephones of Hellenion - Northwestern PA and southwestern NY
  • Thiasos Olympikos (Northern California)
  • AOTSC.TDC. Fellowships (Southern California)

    Discussion Boards/Emailing lists
  • Axe & Oak Reconstructionist and Traditionalist Discussion Board - Hellenic section
  • DelphicForums - Hellenic Pagan
  • Hellenismos_Theology

    Resources and Information
  • Bibliotecha Arcana
  • Cheiron, Hellenic Pagan site
  • Kharis: Hellenic Polytheism
  • Den of Kerberos
  • The Hellenic Polytheist Notebook
  • Primary Texts -
  • The Perseis Project An excellent database of Greek and Roman information
  • Sannion's Sanctuary - Hellenic Polytheism
  • Shadows of Olympus
  • Sponde
  • Temenos Olympicos
  • Theoi project An excellent guide, about as good as the Perseis Project
  • The Stele

    Essays and pages of interest
  • Eusebeia: Principles of Hellenic Piety hosted by eCauldron
  • Hellenotamiai general information - Delphic Maxims
  • HMEPA: Hellenic Month Established Per Athens Hellenic Calendar
  • Religious Calendar for Hellenismos
  • Classical Greetings and Closings for those interested in Greek and/or Latin.

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