Monday, October 27, 2014


IN memory of the tragic death of Antinous on October 28 in the year 130 AD, candlelight vigil ceremonies will be held via Skype Monday night and into early Tuesday.

The ceremonies commemorate the deaths of more than 300 LGBT victims of homophobia in Brazil over the past year.

Participants from Brazil, North America and Europe have already committed themselves to taking part ... and you can too.

Officiating at the ceremonies will be Antonius Subia as head of the Hollywood Temple of Antinous.

"I am going to recite the names of over 300 LGBT victims of homophobic violence who have died in Brazil alone as representing the thousands who have died globally. We do this in memory of the death of Antinous," Antonius said in announcing the candlelight vigil.

"To participate wear black and have a small candle ready to light," he said.

"It will start on Monday 27th October at 11:30 p.m. Sao Paolo time ... 6:30 p.m. Pacific Time," he added.

Because the UK and Europe turned their clocks back one hour this weekend, that means the ceremonies will begin at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday British time, 2:30 a.m. European Time.

To take part, add Antonius as a friend on Skype: Antonius.subia and then notify him via Facebook Messenger by clicking HERE.

At the time of the ceremony, Antonius will message you via Facebook to stand by for the Skype video call.

The same procedure will apply to the annual Foundation Day ceremonies on October 30 when we celebrate the establishment of the religion of Antinous and the Sacred City of Antinoopolis.

You are invited to take part in both of these global events.

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