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Talking boards were made in ancient Hellas and China. Today we have ouija boards.

Oui means yes in french.
Ja means yes in german.

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The Town Siope

Northern of Athens, there is a river, Spercheios. Its length is 82 kilometers. The source of Spercheios is Tymphristos mountain. In the valley of Spercheios before 7000 b.C. a new town was made, the town of silence the Siope. At 6600 b.C. the city consisted of 50 houses, 2 temples, parks, shops along the streets, 2nd floors buildings etc. After 200 years, many...

Hesiod

Hesiod is the second after Homer well known Hellene poet. Modern historians have agreed that he was born close to 850 b.C. but ancients believed he was born at 2300 b.C.

His father cafe from Kyme of Aeolis and he was a sailor. But his job didn't provided a lot of money to live, so he want to Beotia and he lived in...

Sometimes, people get confused with Demeter and Gaia. They believe that they are the same Goddess. Demeter is newer than Gaia. Their names are connected but not their powers.

Gaia is the general Goddess of the earth. She grows everything, good or bad. She raised Gods and Titas, Demons, Monsters... She loves all of her children. Gaia makes weed grow and trees too. There is no...

Eleusinia

The oldest celebration in Eleusis. Some people think that Eleusina and Mysteries of eleusis are the same celebration. Eleusinia were the oldest and biggest celebration of Hellas. Aristotle writes that Eleusinia were a big event before all the other events of his time. When Eleusinia started they were organized every five years. Then, three more years added and they...

Pictures that follow have been shot in September of 2015 from the Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. We encourage the devotee of the Goddess to visit Eleusis when he/she will visit Hellas, as in antiquity was a main place for religion and the mysteries. You can find more information on Eleusis to our articles. We suggest Carl Kerrenyi's book and George Mylona's book on Eleusis. Both have been translated in Hellenic.

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Introduction

The sacred place of Eleusis, is today the archaeological place of the city, in which in ancient times the Mysteries of Eleusis took place, offering ceremonies, magickal rituals, religious rituals etc. Inside of the arcaeological place there is the hill of Acropolis of Eleusis. In that hill the first houses of Eleusis were built and after many other houses close...

According to the arcaeological evidence Eleusis was inhabited at 1900 b.C. Houses have been found at the southwest area of Thriassio Pedio. At 1850 b.C. many houses are built and the kingdom of Keleos is starting to arise. His kingdom expanded to Kithairon, Parnetha and Aigaleo. Eleusis was a crossroads between Athens, Pelopponese and Thebes. Due to her position, the Atheneans wanted to incorporate Eleusis to their demos (municipality)....

Altar and Shrine

Shrine is a table that is used only for one God or Goddess and it is mainly for devotional work, praying and offerings. The altar is for magick and it can have more than one statues and symbols of the Gods. The shrine is decorated only with items that the particular God or Goddess likes. The altar has the tools of Witchcraft and other symbols that are...

The winds, or anemoi in hellenic, had meteorological interest as well as magickal interest. Meteorology was a very important science and highly developed with astronomy and astrology and meteorology had even medical extensions, but in this article we will see them as Gods who rule the directions of the air.

The tower of Kyrrestes

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One night before the Dark Moon, in ancient Hellas, food was offered to the Goddess Hekate by all citizens, in public places. Deipna (or suppers in english) were left in theee ways crossroads (triodos), a sacred place for Hekate. The offerings has two meanings, to calm the Goddess in their favor and to protect her followers. Moreover, spirits and ghosts who were wandering this night could find pleasure. The result of this action was that those...

Hymns are poems praising the divine and they are used to invoke the God/Goddess in the place in which a ceremony takes place by the Witch of the God/Goddess.

In ancient texts for Hekate we find the first of the orphic hymns the hymn to Hekate (11.835 b.C. or 1366 b.C.). Many years later, Proclus writes an hymn for Hekate and Ianus (400 a.C.). The homeric hymn to Demeter (3000 b.C.)is...

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Theurgy and Philosophy are two different methods which lead to the union with God.

 

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