Hymn to the King of the Kosmos


“Sol Invictus – Aeterna Roma” by Paschalis Bartzoudis

O Great Iovis, Celestial Demiurge and King of the All, Lord of the Heavens and the Earth,

He of the Seven Rays, whose radiance delivers only good and whose stare averts only evil,

Undefeated and shining benefactor, who illuminates all things with His radiant eye of Emyrean light,

Boaster and dispenser of the harmony of light, whose all-seeing eye brings justice and truth to all, and sees as far as our hidden thoughts,

Whose solar rays raise the souls of those who transcend the material, up into harmonious union,

Give me, if you wish so, Great God, the bliss of strength to endure the challenges of what life puts before us,

For you, Golden King whose power is infinite and unending, are perfect.

About AzoresHeliokles

Proud Hellene, polytheist and Pagan. Reconstructing Late Antiquity-Early Medieval Hellenism of the Roman imperial era based on the teachings of Julian the Philosopher and Iamblichus, referred to as "Julian Hellenism."
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5 Responses to Hymn to the King of the Kosmos

  1. cicesario says:

    I would like to learn more about the Emperor Julian, could you quote the source of this prayer for me?


  2. Michael says:

    Hey, sorry, this is something that I’ve been meaning to ask you, but I didn’t know how to get a hold of you. What’s the relationship the god’s have with “the forms”. Did they create the forms, do they or can they control the forms, do they transcend the forms, are they also subject to the law of “the forms”, did they exist before the forms? I’m confused


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