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Official Definition of the Greek Gods

by the author, representative of genuine Hellenism and, secretary of the Supreme Council of the ethnic Hellenes (Y.S.E.E.) V. G. Rassias Source: Vlassis G. Rassias, Mano and Lesley Madytinos (Trans.): The English Lexicon of Standard Terminology for Hellenismos, p. 51.

(Source: YSEE) THEOI Common English translation: the Gods THEOI is an adjective denoting the perfect ONTA (Beings) who emerge from the 'EN' (One) through simple multiplication of itself into a multitude and thus preserving all its attributes. The THEOI constitute the Intellect(ual) Essence of the SYMPAN (Universe) which is expressed as a multiplicity of organised, systematic, uniform, self-actuating, multifaceted, recurring ONTA (Beings) who conform to natural law. The THEOI represent the EINAI (Being/Existence), Order, Eternity and the MAKARIOTIS (Blissfulness) of the Supreme ON [See entry for ON] as imperishable, incorruptible, unalterable, unchanging reflections and representations of It. The THEOI permeate unhindered throughout the world of HYLE (material) and act upon it dynamically. As initiators of the Holy Mysteries of life, the THEOI participate in perpetual regeneration which is the continuous composition and decomposition of forms whilst ever maintaining the integrity of the sphere of activity of each THEOS. The actions of the THEOI are subject to Natural Law and serve the Natural Law without withdrawing or converging into one and without being substituted, ceasing to exist or being defeated according to the desires and expectations of disrespectful mortals or organised systems of impiety. It is important to mention that the terms EN (One) and MONAS (Single) within the Hellenic meaning has only a comparative mathematical substance and therefore implies the pre-existence of the multitude. EN (One) is sometimes used as a comparison to METHEN (Zero) or Non-Existence. METHEN is a modern term and is thus not accepted by the Ancient Hellenes as plausible. The THEOI constitute the first active multiplication of the ONTOS (See ON) which is incorrectly referred to as THEOS (God) hence why the Theology is different to the Ontology and the association of the two is cultivated purposefully by monotheists to serve their theology. The THEOI as with ON are unborn, perfect, good, immortal, just, without form, all wise, eternal, immaterial and also of dual substance, unchangeable, infinite and cohesive. The THEOI are not PROSOPA (people or roles) as that denotes limits of which the THEOI have none.