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  • http://www.theoi.com/


    Theoi.com has an extensive list of nearly any god, goddess, daimon, spirit, hero etc. I have not discovered yet how to make this a link, but providing the URL is still helpful. If there are any questions or comments on the site that would be helpful for other users, post them here. Anything on what you find in the site goes in the appropriate forum.
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    Callisto Theoi.com acting up
  • http://www.platonic-philosophy.org/library_topic.html


    The Platonic Philosophy Library. A broad selection of philosophical writings on topics ranging from commentaries on the sacred Platonic Dialogues, the nature of God, Pythagoras, Aristotle, Julian, Plotinus, Numenius, and Proclus, social ethics, economics, vegetarianism, reality, and psychology, with additional relevant texts from esoteric Christianity, Sufism, and Vedanta/bhakti.
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  • http://www.prometheustrust.co.uk/


    Prometheus Trust — a publisher of theological, ethical and religious writings and books from the Classical sages, as well as the great and honorable Thomas Taylor.
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  • http://www.hellenicgods.org/


    The website of the North American chapter of the living and extant Orphic religious tradition out of the Greek Peloponnesus — not a 'revivalism', but instead a representative of the precious, surviving stream of genuine Olympianism. In the compassion of Virtue, seeking out and welcoming as students every Soul pining here below, to bestow the treasure of the Ἱερός Λόγος as gifted by the Great Theologian, that such a Soul may receive, with the Supernal Powers willing, deliverance from the grievous cycle.
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  • http://eusebeis.wordpress.com/


    This is a blog by Erodius, a better description will be given as I search the site and get back in contacct with him. It seems to be a good source of information, and from what I have seen so far a good sorce of hymns.
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  • http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/


    Has a large collection of texts (viewable for free, to my knowladge) in both their original and translated forms. Very good for finding books by the Ancients that you can't find at a bookstore.
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  • http://www.sacred-texts.com/cla/index.htm


    The Classics library of the Internet Sacred Text Archive. A veritable treasure trove of both Greek and Roman texts on religion, mythology, philosophy, history, literature and drama, all available free of charge — some in the original language as well.
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