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Hellenic paganism, or more correctly Hellênismos (Hellenic polytheism), is the worship of the pre-Galilean deities of the Aegean and Mediterranean by people identifying closely with the ethnic spirituality of Hellenic speakers found in the geographic region and surrounding areas. The worship of such Gods include the core pantheon often referred to as the dôdekatheoi (The Twelve Gods) who are the focus of devotion such as Zeus, Athena, Apollon, Artemis, Aphrodite, Hera, Hestia, Dionysos, Hephaistos, Poseidon, Hermes, Demeter, etc. Deities can be worshipped according to the orientation of a worshippers beliefs and/or needs - one does not have to believe in all the Gods. However, Gods such as Mithras, Isis, and others of later antiquity are not normally considered part of the Hellenic pantheon even though they were highly "Hellenized" after the eastern conquests of Alexander the Great. Hellenic temples are the homes in which the Gods visit but are not like churches as congre- Category ID : 460706
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The Shrine of the Goddess Athena

Dedicated to the Goddess Athena.
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Pagan Apologetics

A collection of essays defending Hellenic polytheism and Paganism in general. Also includes some other religious essays.
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Underworld Stories

Information on the Hellenic idea of the Underworld, as well as mythology on Persephone, Hades, and other prominent deities associated with the Underworld.
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The Dionysion

dedicated to serving as a general resource for votaries of the God Dionysos and His Mysteries, and as a specific resource for the thriving Pacific Northwest Dionysiac community and for the Alexandrine Temple of the Hermetic Fellowship, located in Portland, Oregon, USA.
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Hesiod, the Homeric Hymns and Homerica

On-line library of translated texts - Hesiod and Homer.
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The Stele, Homepage of the Omphalos

The Omphalos is a networking organization for Graeco-Roman Polytheists. The Stele contains many resources for followers of Greek or Roman traditions.

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