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Level A
The Laws of the Universe

Stoa A

  • Is There A God?
  • Am I God?
  • The Phenomenon Of The Contribution In The Laws
  • The Contribution Of Light
  • Τhe Secrets of the Universal Brain
  • The Laws of the Universe
  • Mobility and Immobility - Τhe Solar Ray Experiment
  • Τhe Secret Program
  • The Phenomenon Of “Apollonius Of Tyana”

Stoa B

  • The Phenomenon Of Swedenborg
  • Harry Houdini, The Magician
  • Uri Geller - The Law Of The Will
  • The Principle of Mobility and the Immobile Mind
  • Τhe Hologram of the Universe
  • The Lake of the Universe and the innate Cosmic Powers of particles
  • Τhe Incredible Quantum World
  • How Are The Encoded Messages Transmitted?
  • What Are We? Prototypes or Copies of Ourselves?

Stoa C

  • Is the World we Live in Real?
  • The Theory Of The Two Worlds
  • Infinity
  • The Myth of the Big Bang
  • The Ether
  • The Double Nature Of Aether
  • No Boundary Condition
  • The Experiment Of Michelson-Morley (M.M.)
  • The Answer To The Experiment Of M.M.

Stoa D

  • Space and Time
  • Man Is The Measure
  • The First Steps Of Philosophy
  • Thales (624 - 543 B. C.)
  • Anaximander (610 - 546 B. C.)
  • Anaximenes (585 - 528 B. C.)
  • Xenophanes (570 - 477 B. C.)
  • Pythagoras (580 - 496 B. C.)
  • Zeno (490 - 430 B. C.)

Stoa E

  • Parmenides (540 - 480 B. C.)
  • Heraclitus (550 - 480 B. C.)
  • Empedocles (495 - 435 B.C.)
  • Anaxagoras (495 - 428 B.C.)
  • Democritus (460 - 370 B.C.)
  • Protagoras (480 - 411 B.C.)
  • Socrates (470 - 399 B.C.)
  • Plato (427 - 347 B.C.)
  • Aristotle (384 - 322 B.C.)

Stoa F

  • Plotinus (205 - 270 A. D.) - The Three Initial Hypostases
  • The Law Of The Human Fate
  • The Idea Of Reincarnation
  • Death In “First Person”
  • The Wondrous World of the Other Life
  • Absolute Immobility
  • One Within the Other
  • Momentum. Motion And Bond
  • Archetypes and the World of Phenomena

Stoa G

  • The Wheel of Eternity
  • Τhe “Ego” and the “Superego”
  • The Divine World
  • The Evolution of the Soul, Theosis
  • The Societies of the Heavenly World
  • The Other World is Here!
  • The Throne of God
  • Science And Religion
  • All Is One
House of Alexander the Great

House

  • Macedonia Before Alexander
  • Philip Of Macedonia
  • Olympias
  • Alexander The Great, The Macedon
North Hemisphere

Greek Center of Macedonian Studies

  • Macedonia
  • The Greek Nature Of Macedonia
  • The Prespes Agreement
  • Geopolitical Impacts And Risks Of The Prespes Agreement
South Hemisphere

The Greek Language in Europe and the World

  • The Uniqueness Of The Greek Language
  • The Mathematics Of The Greek Language
  • The Recognition Of The Greek Language By International Scholars And Thinkers
  • Conferences - Workshops About The Greek Language In Europe And The World
Aether Cosmos

Stoa B

  • Bioethics
  • Deontology
  • The Anthropic Principle
  • Equality Before The Laws
  • Meritocracy
  • Equality
  • Democracy
  • International Humanitarian Law
Ancient Greek Literature

Stoa H

  • Introduction
  • The Ancient Greek Language - Dialects
  • The Attic Dialect - The Mycenaean Dialect - Attic Inscriptions
  • Homer - The Homeric Epics
  • Iliad
  • Odyssey
  • Hesiod - Works And Days
  • Hesiod’s Theogony
  • Epic Poets

Stoa I

  • Pindar
  • Pindar’s Odes
  • Parion Chronicle
  • Aeschylus
  • Sophocles
  • Euripides
  • Urban Comedy
  • Aristophanes
  • The Life And The Contribution Of Aristophanes

Stoa J

  • Aristophanes’ Comedies
  • Other Comedy Writers
  • Herodotus
  • Thucydides
  • Xenophon
  • Plutarch
  • The Greek Philosophy
  • Pre-Socratic Philosophy
  • The Eleatics

Stoa K

  • Pythagoras And Pythagorianism
  • Attic Philosophy
  • Socrates
  • Plato
  • Plato’s Academy
  • Aristotle
  • Aristotle’s Eudemian Ethics
  • Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics
  • Alexander And Aristotle: The Secret Teachings

Stoa L

  • The Philosophy Of The Hellenistic And Roman Times
  • Early And Late Stoicists
  • Epicureans - The Knowledge - The Nature - The Action - Epicurus’ School
  • Skepticism - Eclecticism - The Jewish-Greek Philosophy
  • Neo-Platonism
  • The Schools Of Syria, Pergamum And Athens
  • The Schools Of Alexandria. Neo-Platonism In The West
  • Medicine In Ancient Greece: Asclepius, Hippocrates, Galen
  • Ancient Space Research - Aristarchus
Three Houses of Stoas of Ancient Greek Literature

House 1

  • House Of The Olympic Games

House 2

  • House Of Pericles And Aspasia

House 3

  • House Of Socrates
Prehistoric Greece

Stoa M

  • The Cosmogony Of The Ancient Greeks
  • The First Generation Of Gods
  • Η δεύτερη γενιά των θεοτήτων
  • The Second Generation Of Gods
  • Eocene
  • Pleistocene
  • Paleolithic Age
  • The First Human Species
  • General Characteristics Of The Paleolithic Age

Stoa N

  • Lower Paleolithic
  • Middle Paleolithic
  • Upper Paleolithic
  • Paleolithic Age In Greece
  • The Characteristics Of The Paleolithic Age In Greece
  • The Petralona Cave
  • The Asprochaliko Cave
  • The Kleidi Cave
  • The Corycian Cave

Stoa O

  • The Apidima Cave
  • The Fragthi Cave
  • The Theopetra Cave
  • Dating Of Paleolithic Finds
  • Lower Paleolithic Age
  • Middle Paleolithic Age
  • Upper Paleolithic Age
  • Middle Paleolithic Age In The World
  • Middle Paleolithic Age In Greece

Stoa P

  • Neolithic Age In The World
  • General Characteristics Of The Era 8,000 - 5,000 B. C.
  • Important Events Of The Era 8,000 - 5,000 B. C.
  • Neolithic Age In Greece
  • Lower Neolithic Age
  • Middle Neolithic Age
  • Upper Neolithic Age
  • Diminio Village
  • Sesklo Village
Level B
The treasures of Ancient Greece

Stoa Q

  • The Parthenon
  • The Monuments On The Acropolis
  • The Acropolis Museum
  • Delphi - The Archaeological Site
  • Delphi - The Museum
  • Eleusis - The Archaeological Site
  • Eleusis - The Museum
  • Epidaurus - The Archaeological Site
  • Epidaurus - The Museum

Stoa R

  • Ancient Olympia - The Temple Of Zeus
  • Ancient Olympia - The Museum
  • The Temple Of Sounion - The Sanctuary Of Poseidon
  • The Museum Of Thessaloniki
  • The National Archaeological Museum: Prehistoric Collections
  • The National Archaeological Museum: The Mycenae Ward
  • The National Archaeological Museum: Greek-Roman Sculpture
  • The National Archaeological Museum: The Evolution Of Greek Culture
The achievements of Ancient Greeks

Stoa S

  • Drama
  • Sculpture - The Great Greek Sculptors
  • Technology
  • Dance
  • Hair-Dressing
  • Clothing
  • Painting
  • Pottery
  • Architecture

Stoa T

  • Decorative Arts
  • Gastronomy
  • Ancient Greek Musical Instruments
  • Ancient Greek Beverages
  • Ancient Greek Shoes
  • Ancient Greek Banquets
  • Ancient Greek Mores
  • Ancient Greek Traditions
  • Ancient Greek Celebrations
House of Greek Fighters

House

  • Revolution Of 1821
  • Balkan Wars
  • World War I And Asia Minor Campaign
  • World War Ii
From Aristotle to Hawking

Intro

  • Videos

Screen A

  • Introduction To The World Of Knowledge
  • The Theory Of The Big Bang
  • Aristotle
  • What Comes First, The Event Or The Law?
  • What Existed Before The Beginning?
  • On The Real And The Unreal
  • The Whole

Screen B

  • Planet Earth And Man
  • Light In Ancient Greek Religions
  • Seeking God
  • The Evolution Of The Universe
  • Matter Tends Towards Spirit
  • The Classic And Modern View About Cosmogony
  • The Relation Of Man With God

Screen C

  • On The Universal Nature Of The Soul
  • The Light Of The Soul
  • On The Initial Cause Of The Soul
  • On The Entelechy Of The Universe
  • Let Us Learn How To Tend Nature

Screen D

  • The Mysteries Of Nature
  • Darwin’s Theory
  • How Does Science Reveal Man And The Universe
  • The Universe, A Pomegranate
  • The Titanic Syndrome
  • The End For A New Beginning
The wheel of the "Opposite Powers"

Wheel

  • Divine - Human
  • Motion - Inertia
  • Infinite - Point
  • Rational - Irrational
  • Sensitivity - Insensitivity
  • I - We
  • Cause - Effect
  • Ephemeral - Immortal
  • Divided - Undivided
  • Matter - Anti-Matter
  • Evolution - Anagenesis
  • Chaos - Order
  • Microcosmos - Megacosmos
  • Heat - Cold
  • Form - Shadow
  • Minimum - Maximum
  • Void - Full
  • Ephemeral - Immortal
  • Action - Reaction
  • Being - Non Being
  • Attraction - Repulsion
  • Dependence - Independence
  • First - Last
  • Beauty - Disfiguration
  • Relevant - Irrelevant
  • Darkness - Light
  • Thesis - Antithesis
  • Earthly - Heavenly
  • Problem - Solution
  • Symmetry - Asymmetry
  • Compassion - Hatred
  • Visible - Invisible
  • Reverence - Irreverence
  • Up - Down
  • Necessary - Useless
  • Fair - Unfair
  • Clear - Vague
  • Straight - Circular
Sciences and Arts in Ancient Greece

Stoa A

  • Sculpture In Ancient Greece
  • Painting In Ancient Greece
  • Music In Ancient Greece
  • Pottery In Ancient Greece
  • Technology In Ancient Greece
  • Architecture In Ancient Greece
  • Theology In Ancient Greece
  • Astronomy In Ancient Greece
  • Sciences In Ancient Greece
Myths of Ancient Greece

Stoa B

  • The Abduction Of Europe
  • Aesop’s Myths
  • The Argonautic Expedition
  • Icarus And Dedalus
  • Theseus And The Minotaur
  • Deucalion’s Flood
  • Phrixus And Nephele
  • Perseus And Andromeda
  • The Myths Of The Alcyons
The labours of Hercules

Stoa C

  • Nemean Lion
  • Lernaean Hydra
  • Augean Stables
  • Golden Deer Of Goddess Artemis
  • Erymanthian Boar
  • Stymphalian Birds
  • Cretan Bull/ Mares Of Diomedes
  • Cerberus - Belt Of Hippolyta
  • Cattle Of Geryon - Golden Apples Of The Hesperides
The Gods of Olympos

Stoa D

  • Zeus
  • Hera
  • Apollo - Artemis
  • Athena
  • Ares
  • Hephaestus - Aphrodite
  • Poseidon
  • Demeter
  • Hermes - Hestia
House of the Ancient Greek Civilizations

House

  • Minoan Civilization
  • Aegean Civilization
  • Mycenaean Civilization
  • Geometric Period
Byzantium

Stoa U

  • The Early Byzantine Period As The Continuation Of Roman History
  • The Transfer Of The Capital Of The Roman Empire From Rome To Byzantium - Constantine The Great
  • The Split Into The East And The West Empire - Theodosius
  • Immigration Of Peoples - Dissolution Of The West Empire
  • Efforts For Reconstitution - Justin
  • Justin’s Heirs
  • First Period Of Iconoclasm
  • Second Period Of Iconoclasm
  • East - West Schism

Stoa V

  • Macedonian Dynasty - Vasileios A, The Macedon And Vasileios B, The Bulgar-Slayer
  • Mid-Byzantine Civilization
  • Cities And Countryside (867 - 1204)
  • Raids Of Barbarian Tribes In The 11th Century
  • The Byzantine Art Of Macedons
  • The Byzantine Art Of Komnenos
  • The Schism Of 1054
  • Crusades And Byzantium
  • The Abolition Pf The Byzantine Empire By The Franks

Stoa W

  • The Kingdom Of Thessaloniki
  • The Empires Of Nicaea And Trapezous
  • The Despotate Of Epirus
  • Administration And Economy In Late Byzantine Period
  • The Church And The Christianization Of The Slavs
  • Mount Athos
  • Art In The Late Byzantine Period
  • The Despotate Of Mystras And The Palaiologan Period
  • The Fall Of Constantinople By The Ottoman Turks
Level C
Life after Death

Stoa Z

  • From Orpheus To Homer
  • Images Of After-Death Life
  • The “Tomb” Of The Soul
  • The “Dress” Of The Soul (Reincarnation)
  • Concise Presentation
The Great Religions

Stoa Z1

  • Islamism
  • Hinduism
  • Buddhism
  • Judaism
  • Confucianism
House of Christian Religion

House

  • The Christian Doctrine - The Holy Scriptures
  • Christian Churches
  • Apostolic And Episcopal Period
  • Christianity In Greece
Secret Harmony

Stoa X

  • Do Not Judge So That You Are Not Judged, Mathew - A Dialogue On The Soul
  • The Prayer “Communion With The Being" - The Day Of Resurrection
  • The Eternal Passion - The Ascension And The Descent Of The Soul
  • What Is God - The Face Of Jesus
  • The Crucifixion And The Resurrection - “The Lady Of The Angels” - Christianity And Love

Stoa Y

  • The Meaning Of Christmas - Basil The Great
  • Life After Death - Jesus Is Me
  • The Meaning Of Divinity - Angels And Demons
  • The Holy Spirit - The Embodiment Of God
  • Science And Religion - The Forces Of Light And Darkness - Man, Soul And The Universe
Level A
The Laws of the Universe
Three Houses of Stoas of Ancient Greek Literature
Level B
House of the Ancient Greek Civilizations