Pantheon

Principle gods 
Apollo Soranos
Haides
Hermes
Dionysos

Principle goddesses
Aphrodite
Hekate
Melinoë
Persephone

Heroes, divinized mortals, daimones and other spirits
Alexander the Great
Mark Antony
Empedokles
Euthymos
Herakles
John the Baptist
King Herla
Iakchos
Ikarios
Kloster
Mousaios
Melampos
Jim Morrison
Friedrich Nietzsche
Orestes
Orpheus
Pentheus
Phalanthos
Prosymnos
Ptolemy Auletes
Ptolemy Philadelphos
Ptolemy Philopator
Saint Paul of Galatina
Satyrs
Taras
All of our Orphic and Bacchic predecessors.

Heroines, divinized mortals, daimones and other spirits
Aethra
Arachne
Ariadne
Paculla Annia
Charilla
Columbina
Erigone
The Erinyes
Eurydike
Ino-Leukotheia
Kirke
Kleopatra
Medeia
The Moirai
The Mousai
Nymphai
Olympias
Satyrion
Semele
The Seirenes
Thyia
All of our Orphic and Bacchic predecessors.

The Retinue of Dionysos also known as the Court or the Dionysian Dead
Children of Dionysos (Priapos, Deïanira, Telete, etc.)
Lovers of Dionysos (Ampelios, Beroë, Hebe, etc.)
Prophets of Dionysos (Tieresias, the Etruscan Stranger, Walter Otto, etc.)
Neoi Dionysoi (Achilles, Hadrian, the Borgias etc.)
Artists of Dionysos (Rhinthon, Nonnos, Tristano Martinelli, etc.)
Martyrs of Dionysos (King Skyles, Dirke, the Bakchai of Southern Italy, etc.)
The Initiates.
The Orpheotelestai.
The Fervent Devotees.
The Drunk and Insane.
The Hunters.
The Feasting Heroes.
The Strange, the Outcast, and the Forgotten Dead who have been Received.
Daimones.
Nymphai.
Satyroi.
The Sentries.
Things that appear like Titans.
Things that appear like the Harlequinade.
Things that appear like Fairies and Goblins.

Associated divinities
Artemis, Athene, Baubo, Bendis, Demeter, Diktynna, the Dakytloi, Eros, Helios, Hephaistos, Hera, Hybla, Korybantes, Kouretes, Kybele, Kronos, Leto, Nyx, Pan, Poseidon, Priapos, Rheia, Sabazios, Zeus.

The gods, spirits and heroes of Magna Graecia.

And anyone else you want to honor.

(Current from 09/13/2014 source)

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