About the webinar

Although in ancient Greece, the position of the woman in the society was restricted inside the boundaries of the oikos, the home, the Greek pantheon has to offer us the absolute balance between male and female, through the six female deities: Hestia, Hera, Artemis, Athena, Demeter, Aphrodite.

We all have heard about those deities. Even through Percy Jackson stories. But can we really say we know them? Can we really “see” them? The ancient Greek mythology has a lot to offer, so as to reveal the special sides of their personality and activity, which finally correspond to the human nature, in a way that we can improve today ourselves.

Mythology, ancient Greek literature, philosophy, and the scientific archaeological data, can form the best combination of info so as for us today to approach a first image for them.

Through their de-symbolization we will get to find aspects of even our own character, always following mythology and its great information.

The Greek word for mythology is mythologia : the logos , the word, the speech of mythos. And mythos is not a fairy tale. The fairy tales are something unreal. Mythology is real. According to ancient Greeks, it is the speech of the gods. But we have to decode their will. We have to decode what great poets like Hesiod and Homer had to say.

So, whoever is interested in this journey of knowledge, through the amazing ancient Greek past, still alive nowadays, he/she could give a chance to this seminar, just as a beginning for his/her personal spiritual search. A journey, that is possible to get you to new horizons.


Kalamari Aspasia Lida is a tour guide in Greece and mainly in Athens. Her basic studies are in the science of archaeology. She had the chance to participate as an archaeologist, in many excavations both as student and later on as an employee in the Ministry of Culture, all over Greece. At this period she is also finishing her phd on ancient Greek sculpture and more specifically on one of the most amazing gods, Apollo and his family.


Section 1


Date: 11 April

Time: 17.00 – 18.30 UTC (Coordinated Universal Time)

Section 2


Date: 18 April

Time: 17.00 – 18.30 UTC (Coordinated Universal Time)

Section 3


Date: 25 April

Time: 17.00 – 18.30 UTC (Coordinated Universal Time)

Section 4


Date: 9 May

Time: 17.00 – 18.30 UTC (Coordinated Universal Time)

Section 5


Date: 16 May

Time: 17.00 – 18.30 UTC (Coordinated Universal Time)

Section 6


Date: 23 May

Time: 17.00 – 18.30 UTC (Coordinated Universal Time)