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BROCHURE XANTHAKIS 100%

ALEXANDER XANTHAKIS / KANINGOS 12 ATHENS GREECE / WWW.XANTHAKIS.COM / XANTHAKIS@HOTMAIL.GR / MADE IN GREECE / PATENT PENDING :

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/06/09/brochure-xanthakis/

09/06/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

II Report Greek Diplomatic Expulsions 99%

After expulsions, Greek media don’t doubt Russia has been meddling Greece unexpectedly announced on 11 July it was expelling two Russian diplomats and barring two more from entry for “illegal activities perpetuated within the Greek state and which constitute interference in Greece’s domestic affairs”.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/11/28/ii-reportgreekdiplomatic-expulsions/

28/11/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

meetings in greece feb 2017 99%

“Russia is the most friendly power to Greece”.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/11/28/meetings-in-greece-feb-2017/

28/11/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

CND SPCD notes 97%

Notes on discussions in Greece, 2017 In black type are the analytical notes made by CND &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/11/28/cnd-spcd-notes/

28/11/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

WC vs EC rosters 97%

Country World Championships Rosters European Championships Rosters Austria Andreas BABSCH (Austria) Andreas BABSCH (Austria) Wolfgang BIEDER (Austria) Torbjorn JONSSON (Austria) Arno LINDERMANN (Austria) Arno LINDERMANN (Austria) Josef SIMON (Austria) Gunther PURKARTHOFER (Aust Christian TERRANEO (Austria) Josef SIMON (Austria) Franz TERRANEO (Austria) Christian TERRANEO (Austria) Jean Marie BACKES (Belgium) Sam BAHBOUT (Belgium) Sam BAHBOUT (Belgium) Philippe COENRAETS (Belgium) Patrick BOCKEN (Belgium) Steven DE DONDER (Belgium) Philippe COENRAETS (Belgium) Steve DE ROOS (Belgium) Zvi ENGEL (Belgium) Zvi ENGEL (Belgium) Mike VANDERVORST (Belgium) Mike VANDERVORST (Belgium) Belgium Bosnia No roster listed for European Championships Denmark Michael ASKGAARD (Denmark) Dennis BILDE (Denmark) Dennis BILDE (Denmark) Morten BILDE (Denmark) Morten BILDE (Denmark) Knut BLAKSET (Denmark) Poul CLEMMENSEN (Denmark) Mathias BRUUN (Denmark) Hans Christian GRAVERSEN (Denmark) Soren CHRISTIANSEN (Denmar Kasper KONOW (Denmark) Martin SCHALTZ (Denmark) David BAKHSHI (England) David BAKHSHI (England) Tony FORRESTER (England) Tony FORRESTER (England) David GOLD (England) David GOLD (England) Frances HINDEN (England) Jason HACKETT (England) Graham OSBORNE (England) Justin HACKETT (England) Andrew ROBSON (England) Andrew ROBSON (England) Jyri AAVA (Estonia) Maksim KARPOV (Estonia) Vahur KURIG (Estonia) Tiit LAANEMAE (Estonia) Teno LUTTER (Estonia) Vassili LEVENKO (Estonia) Jaanus MARIPUU (Estonia) Leo LUKS (Estonia) Olavi OJA (Estonia) Lauri NABER (Estonia) Vilmar VAHE (Estonia) Sven SESTER (Estonia) Kauko KOISTINEN (Finland) Vesa FAGERLUND (Finland) Vesa LESKELA (Finland) Kauko KOISTINEN (Finland) Seppo NIEMI (Finland) Vesa LESKELA (Finland) Jussi Pekka TAMMINEN (Finland) Clas NYBERG (Finland) England Estonia Finland France Same roster in both events Germany Sabine AUKEN (Germany) Sabine AUKEN (Germany) Joerg FRITSCHE (Germany) Michael GROMOELLER (German Michael GROMOELLER (Germany) Julius LINDE (Germany) Julius LINDE (Germany) Martin REHDER (Germany) Christian SCHWERDT (Germany) Christian SCHWERDT (Germany Roy WELLAND (Germany) Roy WELLAND (Germany) Nikos DELIMPALTADAKIS (Greece) Konstantinos DOXIADIS (Greec Michel EIDI (Greece) Aris FILIOS (Greece) Panagiotis KANNAVOS (Greece) Konstantinos KONTOMITROS ( Yankos PAPAKYRIAKOPOULOS (Greece) Tassos KOUKOUSELIS (Greece) Greece Theodoros TRIANDAPHYLLOPOULOS (Gree Thanassis MATZIARIS (Greece) Hungary Iceland Vassilis VROUSTIS (Greece) Petros ROUSSOS (Greece) Daniel GULYAS (Hungary) Miklos DUMBOVICH (Hungary) Gal HEGEDUS (Hungary) Gal HEGEDUS (Hungary) Balazs KOTANYI (Hungary) Gyorgy KEMENY (Hungary) Gabor MACSKASY (Hungary) Tamas SZALKA (Hungary) Balazs SZEGEDI (Hungary) Laszlo SZILAGYI (Hungary) Laszlo SZILAGYI (Hungary) Gabor WINKLER (Hungary) Sveinn Runar EIRIKSSON (Iceland) Sveinn Runar EIRIKSSON (Icel Throstur INGIMARSSON (Iceland) Throstur INGIMARSSON (Icelan Birkir JONSSON (Iceland) Birkir JONSSON (Iceland) Adalsteinn JORGENSEN (Iceland) Thorlakur JONSSON (Iceland) Snorri KARLSSON (Iceland) Adalsteinn JORGENSEN (Icelan Karl SIGURHJARTARSON (Iceland) Magnus Eidur MAGNUSSON (Ic Ireland Same roster in both events Israel Michael BAREL (Israel) Ilan BAREKET (Israel) Alon BIRMAN (Israel) Michael BAREL (Israel) Ilan HERBST (Israel) Assaf LENGY (Israel) Ophir HERBST (Israel) Amir LEVIN (Israel) Dror PADON (Israel) Josef ROLL (Israel) Yaniv ZACK (Israel) Yaniv ZACK (Israel) Mario D' AVOSSA (Italy) Massimiliano DI FRANCO (Italy) Stelio DI BELLO (Italy) Giovanni DONATI (Italy) Massimiliano DI FRANCO (Italy) Alessandro GANDOGLIA (Italy) Italy Latvia Lorenzo LAURIA (Italy) Lorenzo LAURIA (Italy) Andrea MANNO (Italy) Andrea MANNO (Italy) Alfredo VERSACE (Italy) Alfredo VERSACE (Italy) Aigars GERMANIS (Latvia) Nauris ARMANIS (Latvia) Ugis JANSONS (Latvia) Martins LORENCS (Latvia) Martins LORENCS (Latvia) Janis NEIMANIS (Latvia) Maija ROMANOVSKA (Latvia) Bruno RUBENIS (Latvia) Ivars RUBENIS (Latvia) Ivars RUBENIS (Latvia) Karlis RUBINS (Latvia) Karlis RUBINS (Latvia) Lebanon No roster listed for European Championships Lithuania No roster listed for European Championships Monaco Same roster in both events Netherlands Same roster in both events Norway Erik A EIDE (Norway) Erik BERG (Norway) Harald EIDE (Norway) Boye BROGELAND (Norway) Lars EIDE (Norway) Thomas CHARLSEN (Norway) Petter EIDE (Norway) Thor Erik HOFTANISKA (Norwa Kristian ELLINGSEN (Norway) Espen LINDQVIST (Norway) Baard Kaare GRAESLI (Norway) Steffen Fredrik SIMONSEN (Nor Poland Same roster in both events Russia Igor BAVCHINE (Russia) Igor KHAZANOV (Russia) Yury KHIUPPENEN (Russia) Maria LEBEDEVA (Russia) Vadim KHOLOMEEV (Russia) Sergei ORLOV (Russia) Ivan SEMENOV (Russia) Dmitri PROKHOROV (Russia) Vitold SLIVA (Russia) Vladmir TATARKIN (Russia) Pavel VOROBEI (Russia) Andrez VORONOV (Russia) San Marino No roster listed for European Championships Scotland Alex ADAMSON (Scotland) Alan GOODMAN (Scotland) Sandy DUNCAN (Scotland) Irving GORDON (Scotland) Danny KANE (Scotland) Danny KANE (Scotland) Stephen PETERKIN (Scotland) Stephen PETERKIN (Scotland) Derek SANDERS (Scotland) Brian SHORT (Scotland) Spain Sweden Switzerland Federico GODED (Spain) Gabriel CARRASCO (Spain) Gonzalo GODED MERINO (Spain) Gabriel FRACTMAN (Spain) Andres KNAP (Spain) Federico GODED (Spain) Luis LANTARON (Spain) Gonzalo GODED MERINO (Spai Jordi SABATE (Spain) Ramon GOMEZ HIERRO (Spain) Arturo WASIK (Spain) Pedro GONCALVES (Spain) Tommy BERGDAHL (Sweden) Fredrik NYSTROM (Sweden) Fredrik NYSTROM (Sweden) Mikael RIMSTEDT (Sweden) Johan SYLVAN (Sweden) Ola RIMSTEDT (Sweden) Johan UPMARK (Sweden) Johan SYLVAN (Sweden) Niklas WARNE (Sweden) Johan UPMARK (Sweden) Frederic WRANG (Sweden) Frederic WRANG (Sweden) Bachar ABOU CHANAB (Switzerland) Bachar ABOU CHANAB (Switzer Bartlomiej IGLA (Switzerland) Stephan MAGNUSSON (Switzerl Stephan MAGNUSSON (Switzerland) Dmitrij NIKOLENKOV (Switzerla Dmitrij NIKOLENKOV (Switzerland) Fernando PIEDRA (Switzerland) Fernando PIEDRA (Switzerland) Marco SASSELLI (Switzerland) Cedric THOMPSON (Switzerland Turkey Ukraine Emre KAYA (Turkey) Nuri CENGIZ (Turkey) Omer KIZILOK (Turkey) Orhan EKINCI (Turkey) Enver KOKSOY (Turkey) Yusuf KAHYAOGLOU (Turkey) Tolga OZBAY (Turkey) Enver KOKSOY (Turkey) Bircan OZTURK (Turkey) Ali UCAR (Turkey) Dogan UZUM (Turkey) Nafiz ZORLU (Turkey) Yuliy CHUMAK (Ukraine) Volodymyr DRAGAN (Ukraine) Volodymyr DRAGAN (Ukraine) Oleksandr NYEMTSEV (Ukraine) Volodymyr PORKHUN (Ukraine) Volodymyr PORKHUN (Ukraine) Oleg ROVYSHYN (Ukraine) Oleg ROVYSHYN (Ukraine) Gennadii RYBNIKOV (Ukraine) Gennadii RYBNIKOV (Ukraine) Borys SHUKHMEYSTER (Ukraine) Borys SHUKHMEYSTER (Ukrain

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/08/20/wc-vs-ec-rosters/

20/08/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

David Grodzki-Eurozone Crisis and the future 96%

The currently ailing economies of Greece, Portugal and to a smaller extent Ireland, Spain and Italy, have become a real test for the functioning and the determination and conviction of Europe’s leaders.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/09/27/david-grodzki-eurozone-crisis-and-the-future/

27/09/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

CLASSIC BROCHURE 95%

ALEXANDER XANTHAKIS / KODROU 12 10558 PLAKA ATHENS GREECE / WWW.XANTHAKIS.COM / XANTHAKIS@HOTMAIL.GR / MADE IN GREECE / PATENT PENDING :

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/03/03/classic-brochure/

03/03/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

Russian Influence in Greece [FINAL] 94%

Russian Influence in Greece 22 04 2018 “I’m so happy to hear the Russian language being spoken at the National University of Athens.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/11/28/russian-influence-in-greece-final/

28/11/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

ETUCE Solidarity with GreekTUs2015 93%

The ETUCE Member Organisation in Greece:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/07/08/etuce-solidarity-with-greektus2015/

08/07/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Registration Flyer MedHealth 91%

Health A Nutritional Odyssey in Greece Experiential Conference with American and Mediterranean Scholars Sani Resort, October 16-20, 2017 Travel to Greece with the award-winning PBS television show, The Cooking Odyssey, leading international experts and Harvard University faculty for a handson, mouth-watering immersion course on the health benefits of the Mediterranean Diet, right where it was born.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/06/14/registration-flyer-medhealth/

14/06/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

media-policy-independent-journalism-greece-20150511 90%

Petros Iosifidis l City University London Dimitris Boucas l London School of Economics MEDIA POLICY AND INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM IN GREECE This study identifies the most urgent problems facing media policy in Greece and how they affect independent journalism.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/05/15/media-policy-independent-journalism-greece-20150511/

15/05/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Lates Paper North 2205 89%

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https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/06/09/lates-paper-north-2205/

09/06/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Cluster Participants 89%

badiamasoni@protonmail.com Cluster Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain Spain France France France France France France France France France France France France France France France France France France France France France France France France France Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Italy Italy Italy Italy Italy Italy Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada USA/Canada Central Eastern Central Eastern Central Eastern Central Eastern Central Eastern Central Eastern Central Eastern Central Eastern Central Eastern Slovakia Baltic LT Baltic LT Baltics LT Baltics LT Baltics LT Baltics LT Baltics LT Baltics LT Baltics LT Baltics LT Baltic LT Baltic Baltic LT Baltic Baltic LT Baltic LT Baltic LT Baltic LT Baltic Baltic LT Baltic Baltic Baltic Baltic Baltic LT Balkans MT Balkans MT Balkans MT Balkans SB Scandinavia SE Scandinavia NO Scandinavia NO Scandinavia NO Scandinavia NO Scandinavia NO Scandinavia NO Scandinavia NO Scandinavia DK Scandinavia DK Scandinavia DK Scandinavia DK Scandinavia FI Scandinavia Scandinavia FI Scandinavia Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK Role Head of ECFR Madrid Office &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/11/02/cluster-participants/

02/11/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

BLANK WorldCupPredictor2014 88%

WorldCupPredictor2014 Group A A B B C C D D E E F F G G H H A A B B C C D D E E F F G Match 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Date - Time 12/06/2014 21:00 13/06/2014 17:00 13/06/2014 20:00 13/06/2014 23:00 14/06/2014 17:00 15/06/2014 02:00 14/06/2014 20:00 14/06/2014 23:00 15/06/2014 17:00 15/06/2014 20:00 15/06/2014 23:00 16/06/2014 20:00 16/06/2014 17:00 16/06/2014 23:00 17/06/2014 17:00 17/06/2014 23:00 17/06/2014 20:00 18/06/2014 23:00 18/06/2014 20:00 18/06/2014 17:00 19/06/2014 17:00 19/06/2014 23:00 19/06/2014 20:00 20/06/2014 17:00 20/06/2014 20:00 20/06/2014 23:00 21/06/2014 17:00 21/06/2014 23:00 21/06/2014 20:00 Venue Sao Paulo Natal Salvador Cuiaba Belo Horizonte Recife Fortaleza Manaus Brasilia Porto Alegre Rio De Janeiro Curitiba Salvador Natal Belo Horizonte Cuiaba Fortaleza Manaus Rio De Janeiro Porto Alegre Brasilia Natal Sao Paulo Recife Salvador Curitiba Belo Horizonte Cuiaba Fortaleza Brazil Mexico Spain Chile Colombia Côte d'Ivoire Uruguay England Switzerland France Argentina Iran Germany Ghana Belgium Russia Brazil Cameroon Spain Australia Colombia Japan Uruguay Italy Switzerland Honduras Argentina Nigeria Germany Results - Croatia Cameroon Netherlands Australia Greece Japan Costa Rica Italy Ecuador Honduras Bosnia and Herzegovina Nigeria Portugal USA Algeria Korea Republic Mexico Croatia Chile Netherlands Côte d'Ivoire Greece England Costa Rica France Ecuador Iran Bosnia and Herzegovina Ghana G H H A A B B C C D D E E F F G G H H 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 22/06/2014 23:00 22/06/2014 17:00 22/06/2014 20:00 23/06/2014 17:00 23/06/2014 21:00 23/06/2014 17:00 23/06/2014 17:00 24/06/2014 21:00 24/06/2014 21:00 24/06/2014 17:00 24/06/2014 17:00 25/06/2014 21:00 25/06/2014 21:00 25/06/2014 17:00 25/06/2014 17:00 26/06/2014 17:00 26/06/2014 17:00 26/06/2014 21:00 26/06/2014 21:00 Manaus Rio De Janeiro Porto Alegre Brasilia Recife Curitiba Sao Paulo Cuiaba Fortaleza Natal Belo Horizonte Manaus Rio De Janeiro Porto Alegre Salvador Recife Brasilia Sao Paulo Curitiba USA Belgium Korea Republic Cameroon Croatia Australia Netherlands Japan Greece Italy Costa Rica Honduras Ecuador Nigeria Bosnia and Herzegovina USA Portugal Korea Republic Algeria - Portugal Russia Algeria Brazil Mexico Spain Chile Colombia Côte d'Ivoire Uruguay England Switzerland France Argentina Iran Germany Ghana Belgium Russia £5 entry fee Pick your 'full time' scores for each of the group stage games (NO EXTRA TIME / PENALTY RESULTS) For each correct 'number of goals' you will receive 1 point per team For correctly guessing the exact 'full time' score you will receive a bonus 5 points Prize pot will be split between:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/03/17/blank-worldcuppredictor2014/

17/03/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

1935ConsecrationsEng 86%

The First Synod and the Consecrations of 1935      In 1935, two hierarchs of the Orthodox Church of Greece (Metropolitan  Germanus  Mavromatis  of  Demetrias  and  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  Demetriou  of  Zacynthus)  and  one  retired  hierarch  of  the  Ecumenical  Patriarchate  (Metropolitan  Chrysostom  Kavourides  of  Florina)  joined  the  Sacred  Struggle  and  assumed  the  leadership  of  the  Old  Calendarists  of  Greece. Germanus of Demetrias became the President of the Holy Synod and  the  Locum  Tenens  of  the  Metropolis  of  Athens.  This  act  was  most  canonical  because  the  innovative  “Archbishop”  Chrysostom  Papadopoulos  of  Athens  had  illegally  usurped  the  Archdiocesan  throne  in  1923,  whereas  the  lawful  Archbishop was Theocletus Menopoulos (+1931).        Assisted by the Metropolitans Chrysostom of Florina and Chrysostom  of  Zacynthus,  Metropolitan  Germanus  of  Demetrias,  as  the  canonical  and  lawful  President  of  the  Synod,  performed,  in  Keratea  of  Attica,  the  consecrations of four new bishops. Those consecrated were Bishop Germanus  Varykopoulos of the Cyclades, Bishop Christopher Chatzis of Megaris, Bishop  Polycarp  Liosis  of  Diaulia,  and  Bishop  Matthew  Karpathakis  of  Bresthena.  The  first  three  Metropolitans  and  the  abovementioned  newly‐ordained  four  Bishops constituted the first re‐establishment of the canonical Holy Synod of  the  Orthodox  Church  of  Greece  since  the  time  of  Archbishop  Theocletus  Menopoulos of Athens, who had been dismissed in 1923 and reposed in 1931. 

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/09/23/1935consecrationseng/

23/09/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

o-canto-schedule 85%

- 18:00 Columbia Japan Japan Greece :

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/06/10/o-canto-schedule/

10/06/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

PC list 85%

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 Natalia Guliakina Neena Gupta-Biener Georgiy Gerkushenko Roman Horváth Marian Hostovecky Said Hadjerrouit Wolfram Hardt Tiko Iyamu Michael Koniordos Maria Kordaki Bal Krishna Bal Marina Kultsova Dmitriy Korobkin Alexey Kizim Alexander Kataev Viktor Kureichik Alexey Kaperko Valery Lezhebokov Oleg Leonenko 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Mehran Misaghi Peter Mozelius, Christos Malliarakis David Moffat Jean-Charles Marty Anna Matokhina Takako Nakatani Carla Oliveira Selcuk Ozdemir Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, United Kingdom Lattakia University, Syria University of Piraeus, Greece KULeuven, Geel, Belgium Universtiy of Nottingham, United Kingdom University of Urbino, Italy Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia University de Quimper, France Tampere University of Technology, Open Innovations Association FRUCT, Finland Instituto Politécnico de Coimbra, Portugal B V Bhoomaraddi College of Engineering and Technology, Karnataka, India Polytechnic Institute of Cavado and Ave, Portugal Thomas More Kempen, Geel, Belgium Moscow Institue of Phisics and Technology, Moscow, Russia Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania University of Danang, Vietnam Inst.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/03/10/pc-list/

09/03/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Festival2016 85%

As soon as the festival of Ierapetra comes to an end, it will spread its wings and travel to Greece and all over the world, transmitting to its audience all the emotions evoked by the document .

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/01/10/festival2016/

10/01/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Balkans Trip Report SBL 85%

Montenegro, Serbia, Greece:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/11/28/balkans-trip-report-sbl/

28/11/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

VIRTUAL 83%

Josilyn Ruiz April 18, 2017 Professor Pinazelli Fundamentals of Art Architecture of Ancient Greek Temples Iktinos and Kallikrates Parthenon, 447-432 BCE 30.88m x 69.5m, Pentelic Marble Ancient Greece Iktinos and Kallikrates’ temple, the Parthenon, was built on the Acropolis of Athens in dedication to Athena, the goddess of wisdom and the patron to the city of Athens.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/04/24/virtual/

24/04/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Encyc2007eng 83%

A  The Sacred Synod of the   Church of the Genuine Orthodox Christians of Greece  ENCYCLICAL  Protocol No. 3280/28‐11‐2007  Published in  ATHENS  FEBRUARY, 2008  To the Sacred Clergy, the Monastic Orders and the Pious Laity             Children, beloved in the Lord!   “The right hand of the Lord hath wrought power……”  In these latter days of the world, where there is apostasy and rebellion  of  the  many  against  the  principles  of  Faith  and  Orthodox  Confession,  there  are, according to the prophetic words of the Apostle Paul “terrible times.” “For  men  will  be,“  he  writes,  “lovers  of  their  own  selves,  covetous,  boasters,  proud,  blasphemers,  disobedient  to  parents,  unthankful,  unholy,  without  natural  affection,  truce  breakers,  false  accusers,  incontinent,  fierce,  despisers  of  those  that  are  good,  traitors,  heady,  high‐minded,  lovers  of  pleasures  more  than  lovers  of  God;  having  a  form of godliness but denying the power thereof.” And concluding, he counsels all  of us saying, “From such, turn away.” (II Timothy 3:1‐5)            Living in our times, we are all witnesses of the emboldening of the devil  against the righteous God. On a daily basis, we observe, because of our own  sins  and  the  permission  of  God,  the  continually  spreading  authority  of  the  enemy  over  the  nobility  of  human  nature  and  over  all  our  natural  environment.  All around us, we see shamelessly manifested and praised: alienation,  corruption, degeneration, and the imposition of that which is unnatural as if it  were natural. Beginning with the opening of the way by desensitization, there  follows  the  total  overturning  of  every  principle  and  every  moral  order  and  justice. And all this in the name of progress and human freedom.  But  our  Lord God  doth live unto the  ages! And  His Church,  which  is  “the pillar and foundation of truth,” as the Apostle of the nations declares, lives  unto the ages founded upon the Lord’s words: “and the gates of Hell shall not  prevail against it.”  She  walks  humbly  and  piously  upon  her  martyric  path  in  the  world  from the time of the holy Apostles even until today, while her children, in the  words  of  Holy  Scripture,  are  “…destitute,  afflicted,  tormented,”  but  being  witnessed  to  by  faith,  they  “…subdued  kingdoms,  wrought  righteousness  and  obtained promises….”  From the very day of Pentecost when the Holy Spirit descended upon  the disciples of Christ, leading them unto “all the Truth,” the Church has never  ceased facing the attacks and assaults of the devil, the enemy of Truth, who as  the “prince of this world,” desperately attempts to take revenge upon our God  in Trinity, the Former and Creator of all, by abusing all of the Divine creation,  but especially man, who was formed in the image of God.  Schisms,  heresies,  and  rebellions  have  throughout  the  ages  troubled,  and even now trouble, the Church and are all the works of the “prince of this  world,”  having  as  their  source  his  continual  maniacal  warring  against  the  Creator God.  Children beloved in the Lord!  The “first schism” in the New Testament, the rebellion and betrayal of  Judas,  is  the  pattern  and  example  of  every  schism  or apostasy  that  followed  throughout  the  ages.  Similar  movements  and  behaviors  are  manifested  and  realized from then even until today.  The  Seven  Ecumenical  Synods;  Pan  Orthodox  Synods  held  in  various  places;  and  the  Local  Synods;  faced,  with  the  Grace  of  the  holy  Spirit,  the  imitators  of  Judas  throughout  the  ages,  that  is,  the  leaders  of  heresies,  and  showed them to be in error, and their heretical teachings to be kakodoxies.  Gnostics,  Cathars,  Nikolaites,  Arians,  Nestorians,  Monophysites,  Patropaschites,  Monothelites  and  others,  (in  our  days,  the  Ecumenists  and  whatever  other  deniers  of  the  Orthodox  Faith  and  Confession),  are  all  examples of those who troubled the people of the Church, tearing asunder the  unsewn Robe of Christ as imitators of Judas.  But the Church of Christ lives unto the ages!  However,  it  is  natural  and  understandable  that  every  heresy,  every  ecclesiastical schism or separation that sprouted forth, brought difficult times  to the peace, like‐mindedness, and unity of the members of the Church.  The  harmony,  concerning  God,  of  those  who  are  sincere  in  their  relationship  to  God,  that  is,  the  Orthodox  Confession  of  the  members  of  the  Church, is threatened  by  the  disagreement  and the battling evoked  by  those  who  do  not  have  an  Orthodox  Confession,  that  is,  by  those  members  of  the  Church  who  act  insincerely  toward  God,  in  opposition  to  the  Orthodox  Confession  which  they  held  up  to  now.  And,  as  we  are  informed  by  St.  Gregory  the  Theologian:  “Nothing  is  mightier  for  the  harmony  of  those  who  are  sincere  toward  God  as  their  agreement  in  Godly  matters.  And  nothing  creates  antagonism like disagreement in this matter.” (Sermon VI Eirenical I).  But  while  the  Church  receives  attacks  and  wounds  from  those  who  deny the Truth, and even while many of her children distance themselves and  fall from the Truth, she, herself, as the Body of Christ, remains unto the ages.  According to St. John Chrysostomos, “… being warred against, she is victorious;  plotted  against,  she  prevails;  being  cursed,  she  is  made  even  more  brilliant;  she  receives wounds, but does not succumb to the ulcers; she is battered by waves but does  not  sink;  she  is  tempest  tossed,  but  suffers  not  shipwreck;  she  wrestles,  but  is  not  beaten; stricken by fists, but is not crushed….” (Second Homily To Eutropios) Yet,  all  the  while,  she  struggles  and  uses every  means,  and  tries  in  every  way  to  return  to  her  all  who  have  been  beguiled  into  error  from  the  Truth  and  Tradition of Orthodoxy.  All of this is true, because the work of the Church in the world is the  revelation of the will of God unto mankind and its participation in the eternal  life and the Kingdom. In addition, she works for the gathering of those who  are scattered and the return of those who have strayed from the path of Truth.  As we read in the prayer of the Anaphora of the Divine Liturgy of St. Basil the  Great:  “…  gather  up  those  who  are  scattered,  restore  those  who  have  strayed  and  unite them to the Holy and Apostolic Church …”  The  Holy  Church  experienced  a  tempest  in  our  times  when,  in  1924,  the Ecumenical Patriarchate; the local Church of Greece; and, in consequence,  other Patriarchates and local Orthodox Churches, accepted the introduction of  the  New  Papal  Calendar  and  its  imposition  upon  the  Ecclesiastical  Festal  Calendar as the first step to the pan‐heresy of Ecumenism.   Having come to this difficult situation, the Orthodox Church in Greece  remained,  as  is  known,  until  1935,  without  Orthodox  Bishops,  even  while  many of her clergy, along with many monastics, mainly from Holy Mountain,  labored  to  fortify  the  people  in  the  struggle  for  piety  and  the  defense  of  the  Tradition of the Fathers.  Thus,  In  1935,  the  Orthodox  Church  in  Greece  (having  found  her  canonical, Orthodox, ecclesiastical leadership by means of the return of three  Bishops  from  the  New  Calendarist  Innovation  and  their  rejection  of  the  Innovation)  struggled  to  accomplish  her  purpose:  the  healing  of  the  New  Calendarist schism and the returning to her (due to the rejection, by the three  Bishops, of New Calendarist Ecumenism) of those who had been led astray.  In  1937,  however,  a  new  schism  troubled  the  Church  when  Metropolitan  Chrysostomos,  formerly  of  Florina,  rejected  his  original  Orthodox Confession and put forward his kakodox teaching of the “potential  but not actual” schismatic nature of the New Calendarist schism, which made,  by this means, the New Calendarist “Church” simply “subject to trial,” but not  in  actual  schism  from  the  beginning  (as  she  had  been  considered  by  all  the  faithful members of the Church) with all the consequences of this condition,   In  1948,  by  condescension,  the  ever‐memorable  Bishop  of  Vresthena  and  afterwards  Archbishop  of  Athens,  Matthew  I,  after  many  fruitless  attempts to re‐unite all the Bishops who followed the traditional Ecclesiastical  Festal  Calendar  in  the  Orthodox  Confession  of  Faith,  consecrated  Bishops  alone,  thus  passing  along  Apostolic  Succession  to  those  Bishops  he  consecrated  and  thus  preserving  unchanged  and  pure  the  traditional  Orthodox Faith and Ecclesiastical teaching.  The  unjust  attacks  and  the  theologically  unfounded  assaults  by  those  who  strayed  from  and  who  were  torn  from  the  Body  of  the  Church  (the  clerical and lay followers of Metropolitan Chrysostomos, formerly of Florina)  under the pretext of the “consecrations by one bishop” (consecrations of Bishops  by Matthew of Vresthena) once again threatened the struggling Church with  a tempest.  Under  the  Episcopal  leadership  of  the  successors  of  Archbishop  Matthew,  the  Church  continues  her  work.  In  addition,  she  continues  to  struggle for the healing of the New Calendarist schism along with the return  of  those  who  were,  and  are  today,  torn  away:  Metropolitan  Chrysostomos,  formerly  of  Florina,  who  refused,  and  now  his  followers,  citing  uncanonical  status because of the consecration of Bishops by one Bishop.  In  this  continuous  attempt  of  the  Church,  that  is,  the  return  to  her  of  those who had strayed according to St. Basil, there occurred by the permission  of  God  inapt  deeds  and  actions  on  the  part  of  the  Ecclesiastical  Leadership,  and  human  errors,  among  which  were  the  cheirothesias  of  the  year  1971.  When, in that year, a Synodical representation of Bishops traveled to America,  and coming into contact with the Bishops of the Russian Church Abroad, and  placing before their Synod the request that they examine and judge the matter  of  the  Episcopal  consecrations  by  one  bishop  of  1948,  so  that  the  excuses  relating  to  this  matter  by  the  followers  of  Metropolitan  Chrysostomos,  formerly of Florina, might cease, accepted the relevant Decision of the Synod  of the Russian Church Abroad.  Wherefore,  because  of  the  lack,  to  date,  of  a  consistent,  single,  stable,  and  correct  (from  an  Orthodox  standpoint)  position  concerning  the  cheirothesias  of  1971,  and  because  of  this  lack,  many  and  various  questions  concerning this matter which are expressed via a variety of opinions which of  late  became  the  cause  of  things  concerning  the  cheirothesias  of  1971  (being  said  by  persons  who  war  against  the  Church  in  various  ways)  the  Sacred  Synod  of  the  Bishops  of  the  One,  Holy,  Catholic  and  Apostolic  Church  of  Christ of the True Orthodox Christians of Greece, moved by pastoral concerns  and responsibility, needed to act accordingly.  And so it was that the Holy and Sacred Synod, the time having come  and  the  circumstances  insuring  (and  the  impediments  for  the  ecclesiastical  confrontation in its fullness having disappeared) in the fear of God and with  full  understanding  and  sure  knowledge  of  our  Episcopal  responsibility,  met  and considered together this matter (of the cheirothesias) during the Meeting  of  the  Holy  Synod  of  the  Hierarchy  of  the  Church  of  the  T.O.C.  of  Greece,  which took place on the 27th of December, 2007, under the presidency of His  Beatitude  Archbishop  Nikolaos  of  Athens  and  All  Greece,,  and  with  the  participation of all the Members of the Holy Synod: that is, the Metropolitan  of Argolis k.k. Pachomios, the Metropolitan of Peristerion k.k. Galaction, the  Metropolitan of Verroia and Naousa k.k. Tarasios, the Metropolitan of Thevae  and  Levadeia  k.k.  Andreas,  the  Bishop  of  Phillipi  k.k.  Chrysostomos,  who  was  represented  by  the  Very  Rev.  Abbot  Archimandrite  Stephanos  Tsakiroglou, and the Chief Secretary, the Very Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrios  Tsarkatzoglou.  It  is  concerning  this  work  (matter),  and  of  the  unanimous  Decision taken in this regard, that we, as canonical Shepherds and leaders of  the rational Flock of the Church of Christ, now humbly inform you by these  presents.  The ambition and the greedy disposition of burdensome men, and the  general spirit of our times, inspired by Western philosophy and shaped on the 

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THE PAN‐HERESY OF ECUMENISM EXISTED   AMONG THE ORTHODOX PRIOR TO 1924    In 1666‐1667 the Pan‐Orthodox  Synod of  Moscow  decided  to  receive  Papists  by simple confession of Faith, without rebaptism or rechrismation!    At the beginning of the 18th century at Arta, Greece, the Holy Mysteries would  be administered by Orthodox Priests to Westerners, despite this scandalizing  the Orthodox faithful.    In 1863 an Anglican clergyman was permitted to commune in Serbia, by the  official decision of the Holy Synod of the Serbian Orthodox Church.    In the 1800s, Metropolitan Philaret of Moscow wrote that the schisms within  Christianity  “do  not  reach  the  heavens.”  In  other  words,  he  believed  that  heresy doesn’t divide Christians from the Kingdom of God!    In 1869, at the funeral of Metropolitan Chrysanthus of Smyrna, an Archbishop  of  the  Armenian  Monophysites  and  a  Priest  of  the  Anglicans  actively  participated in the service!    In  1875,  the  Orthodox  Archbishop  of  Patras,  Greece,  concelebrated  with  an  Anglican priest in the Mystery of Baptism!    In  1878  the  first  Masonic  Ecumenical  Patriarch,  Joachim  III,  was  enthroned.  He  was  Patriarch  for  two  periods  (1878‐1884  and  1901‐1912).  This  Masonic  Patriarch Joachim III is the one who performed the Episcopal consecration of  Bp. Chrysostom Kavouridis, who in turn was the bishop who consecrated Bp.  Matthew of Bresthena. Thus the Matthewites trace their Apostolic Succession  in part from this Masonic “Patriarch.” In 1903 and 1912, Patriarch Joachim III  blessed  the  Holy  Chrism,  which  was  used  by  the  Matthewites  until  they  blessed their own chrism in 1958! Thus until 1958 they were using the Chrism  blessed by a Masonic Patriarch!    In 1879 the Holy Synod of the Patriarchate of Constantinople decided that in  times of great necessity, it is permitted to have sacramental communion with  the Armenians. In other words, an Orthodox priest can perform the mysteries  for Armenian laymen, and an Armenian priest for Orthodox laymen!    In  1895  the  Ecumenical  Patriarch  Anthimus  VII  declared  his  desire  for  al  Christians to calculate days according to the new calendar!    In  1898,  Patriarch  Gerasimus  of  Jerusalem  permitted  the  Greeks  and  Syrians  living in Melbourne to receive communion in Anglican parishes!    In 1902 the Patriarchal Encyclical of the Ecumenical Patriarchate refers to the  heresies  of  the  west  as  “Churches”  and  “Branches  of  Christianity”!  Thus  it  was an official Orthodox declaration that espouses the branch theory heresy!    In 1904 the Patriarchal Encyclical of the Ecumenical Patriarchate refers to the  heretics  as  “those  who  believe  in  the  All‐Holy  Trinity,  and  who  honour  the  name of our Lord Jesus Christ, and hope in the salvation of God’s grace”!    In  1907  at  Portsmouth,  England,  there  was  a  joint  doxology  of  Russian  and  Anglican clergy!    Prior  to  1910  the  Russian  Bishop  Innokenty  of  Alaska,  made  a pact  with  the  Anglican  Bishop  Row  of  America,  that  the  priests  belonging  to  each  Church  would  be  permitted  to  offer  the  mysteries  to  the  laymen  of  one  another.  In  other  words,  for  Orthodox  priests  to  commune  Anglican  laymen,  and  for  Anglican priests to commune Orthodox laymen!    In  1910  the  Syrian/Antiochian  Orthodox  Bishop  Raphael  (Hawaweeny)  permitted  the  Orthodox  faithful,  in  his  Encyclical,  to  accept  the  mysteries  of  Baptism, Communion, Confession,  Marriage,  etc,  from Anglicna  priests!  The  same  bishop  took  part  in  an  Anglican  Vespers,  wearing  his  mandya  and  seated on the throne!    In 1917 the Greek Orthodox Exarch of America Alexander of Rodostolus took  part  in  an  Anglican  Vespers.  The  same  hierarch  also  took  part  in  the  ordination of an Anglican bishop in Pensylvania.    In  1918,  Archbishop  Anthimus  of  Cyprus  and  Metropolitan  Meletius  mataxakis of Athens, took part in Anglican services at St. Paul’s Cathedral in  London!    In  1919,  the  leaders  of  the  Orthdoxo  Churches  in  America  took  part  in  Anglican  services  at  the  “General  Assembly  of  Anglican  Churches  in  America”!    In 1920 the Patriarchal Encyclical of the Ecumenical patriarchate refers to the  heresies as “Churches of God” and advises the adoption of the new calendar!    In 1920, Metropolitan Philaret of Didymotichus, while in London, serving as  the  representative  of  the  Ecumenical  Patriarchate  at  the  Conference  of  Lambeth, took part in joint services in an Anglican church!    In  1920,  Patriarch  Damian  of  Jerusalem  (he  who  was  receiving  the  Holy  Light), took part in an Anglican liturgy at the Anglican Church of Jerusalem,  where he read the Gospel in Greek, wearing his full Hierarchical vestments!    In  1921,  the  Anglican  Archbishop  of  Canterbury  took  part  in  the  funeral  of  Metropolitan Dorotheus of Prussa in London, at which he read the Gospel!    In  1022,  Archbishop  Germanus  of  Theathyra,  the  representative  of  the  Ecumenical  Patriarchate  in  London,  took  part  in  a  Vespers  service  at  Westminster Abbey, wearing his Mandya and holding his pastoral staff!    In 1923, the Ecumenical Patriarchate recognized the mysteries of the “Living  Church” which had been anathematized by Patriarch Tikhon of Russia!    In 1923, the Ecumenical Patriarchate recognized Anglican mysteries as valid!    In 1923, the Patriarchate of Jerusalem recognized Anglican mysteries as valid!    In 1923, the Church of Cyprus recognized Anglican mysteries as valid!    In  1923,  the  “Pan‐Orthodox  Congress”  under  Ecumenical  Patriarch  Meletius  Metaxakis proposed the adoption of the new “Revised Julian Calendar.”    In  December  1923,  the  Holy  Synod  of  the  Church  of  Greece  officially  approved  the  adoption  of  the  New  Calendar  to  take  place  in  March  1924.  Among  the bishops who signed  the  decision  to  adopt the new calendar was  Metropolitan  Germanus  of  Demetrias,  one  of  the  bishops  who  later  consecrated Bishop Matthew of Bresthena in 1935. Thus the Matthewites trace  their Apostolic Succession from a bishop who was personally responsible (by  his signature) for the adoption of the New Calendar in Greece

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The Division of the G.O.C. Into Factions      The first division among the Old Calendarists occurred in 1936, when  three  of  the  seven  bishops  returned  to  the  New  Calendarist  State  Church  of  Greece.  The  fallen  hierarchs  were  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  Demetriou  of  Zacynthus, Bishop Christopher Hatziz of Megara and Bishop Polycarp Liosis  of  Diaulia.  The  remaining  hierarchs  of  the  Synod  of  the  Genuine  Orthodox  Church  of  Greece  were  Metropolitan  Germanus  Mavromatis  of  Demetrias,  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  Kavouridis  of  Florina,  Bishop  Germanus  Varykopoulos of the Cyclades and Bishop Matthew Karpathakis of Bresthena.      The second division among the Old Calendarists also occurred in 1936,  when the government‐recognized entity of the “Religious Community of the  Genuine  Orthodox  Christians”  (a  group  of  laymen  theoloigians  without  any  bishops or priests) severed communion with the President of the Holy Synod,  Metropolitan Germanus, and also severed communion with all the remaining  hierarchs of the Synod, and went off alone, forming a parasynagogue.      The third division among the Old Calendarists occurred in September  1937,  when  Bishop  Matthew  of  Bresthena  severed  communion  with  the  Synodal  President,  Metropolitan  Germanus,  and  instead  formed  his  own  party, and took over the leadership of the schismatic “Religious Community  of  the  Genuine  Orthodox  Christians”  which  had  severed  communion  from  the  Church a year earlier. Bishop Matthew left for ecclesiological reasons.      The fourth division occurred in October 1937, when Bishop Germanus  of  the  Cyclades  severed  communion  with  the  President  of  the  Holy  Synod,  Metropolitan Germanus of Demetrias, and instead joined Bishop Matthew.      The  fifth  division  occurred  in  1942,  when  Bishops  Germanus  of  the  Cyclades  and  Matthew  of  Bresthena  severed  communion  with  one  another  due  to  dogmatic  reasons.  Bishop  Germanus  of  Cyclades  condemned  Bishop  Matthew for his writings and publications, which included a statement that if  it were not for the birth of St. John Chrysostom, there would have needed to  be a “second incarnation of Christ,” and another statement that Christ’s teeth  were  supposedly  broken,  etc.  Bishop  Matthew  retaliated  against  this  by  stating  that  Bishop  Germanus  was  guilty  of  blaspheming  against  King  Abgar’s  letter  to  Christ,  and  the  response  from  Christ  to  Abgar,  and  for  mocking the “symbols of the Theotokos” that Bishop Matthew had published  in his book “Garden of Graces.”       The sixth division among the Old Calendarists occurred in 1943, when  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  of  Florina  severed  communion  with  the  Synodal  President, Metropolitan Germanus of Demetrias, due to political reasons.      In other words, by 1943, there were four Old Calendarist bishops, and  four factions! Each of the four bishops was the “president” of his own faction.  Unfortunately,  these  hierarchs  managed  to  preserve  themselves  from  new  calendarism, but they fell into the passion of factionalism, a passion that still  runs  wild  among  the  Old  Calendarist  hierarchs  even  today.  This  is  what  occurs  when  bishops  are  led  by  their  passions,  make  hasty  decisions  to  condemn their brothers, and make themselves leaders of their own parties.      In  1946,  this  factionalism  began  to  come  to  an  end  when  Bishops  Christopher and Polycarp returned to the Old Calendar and joined the Synod  of  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  of  Florina.  Soon  after  this,  Bishop  Germanus  of  the Cyclades also began meeting with the above three bishops for the sake of  reuniting all the factions of the Old Calendarists of Greece. However, he was  placed in prison from 1947 to 1949, and it was not until he was released that  he  joined  formally  with  the  Synod  of  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  of  Florina.  The only bishop who remained separated was Bishop Matthew of Bresthena,  mainly for ecclesiological reasons, but he was much more open to unity than  were those immediately surrounding him.      The  below  photograph  is  of  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  of  Florina  and  Bishops  Germanus  of  Cyclades,  Christopher  of  Megaris  and  Polycarp  of  Diaulia  in  1946,  when  the  factionalism  began  to  end  and  a  united  Synod  began to form again (with the exclusion of Bishop Matthew who did not meet  in person with any of the remaining hierarchs).      Germanus of Cyclades, Chrysostom of Florina, Christopher of Megaris, Polycarp of Diaulia  

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