Greek computer scientist Vasillis Tsantilas has won a lawsuit that will allow pagans to again worship ancient gods such as Zeus, Hermes and Athena. Before this, all religions except Christianity, Judaism and Islam had been banned in Greece.
Helena Smith reports in the Guardian that Tsantilas, who is a computer scientist, came to paganism after becoming a Buddhist, a Taoist and a Muslim. He has now become a pagan and wants the freedom to openly practice his religion.
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