St. Dimitri Solunski, protector of Solun

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Filip the II Resurected

Macedonia

#1 Jul 5, 2009
586 A.D.
From the "Miracles of St. Demetrius of Salonika, I ":
"...For if one was to imagine them in a heap, not only the Macedonians gathered in Salonika... Certainly he who inspired the Macedonians with courage..." Mirac. I, 13, p.1285-14; 1313
http://www.fatheralexander.org/booklets/engli...

In Russian, he is called Dimitri Solunski ('Dimitri of Salonika')saints/dimitry_marty r.htm
Filip the II Resurected

Macedonia

#2 Jul 5, 2009
Beginning of 12th Century
From the Byzantine satire Timarion: "The day of Saint Demetrius in (Salonika) is as great a festival as the Panathinei in Athens or Panionii in Miletus; it is a grand Macedonian celebration in which not only the Macedonian people gather, but people of all sorts and from all directions: Greeks from different regions of Hellada, the Mizian tribes...".
(Vizantiiski Vremenik, Moscow VI 1953, p. 367.)
entatiki

Patras, Greece

#3 Jul 5, 2009
Filip the II Resurected wrote:
586 A.D.
From the "Miracles of St. Demetrius of Salonika, I ":
"...For if one was to imagine them in a heap, not only the Macedonians gathered in Salonika... Certainly he who inspired the Macedonians with courage..." Mirac. I, 13, p.1285-14; 1313
http://www.fatheralexander.org/booklets/engli...
In Russian, he is called Dimitri Solunski ('Dimitri of Salonika')saints/dimitry_marty r.htm
The next thing you'll tell us is that Thessaloniki was the tzar's sister and called her Solun for short.
Filip the II Resurected

Macedonia

#4 Jul 5, 2009
entatiki wrote:
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The next thing you'll tell us is that Thessaloniki was the tzar's sister and called her Solun for short.
I'm just evidencing the facts from the diferent archive documents, as this 586 a.d. Miracles of StDimitri Solunski.

He's still celebrated at Mitrovden (Mitar, abrev. from Dimitar, Dimitri) untill today.
The point is that the Macedonian nation is well dovumented during the centuries, which is not the case with "greek" fake nation created in 19th century.
Filip the II Reincarnated

Macedonia

#6 Jul 5, 2009
586 A.D.
From the "Miracles of St. Demetrius of Salonika, I ":
"...For if one was to imagine them in a heap, not only the Macedonians gathered in Salonika... Certainly he who inspired the Macedonians with courage..." Mirac. I, 13, p.1285-14; 1313
http://www.fatheralexander.org/booklets/engli...

In Russian, he is called Dimitri Solunski ('Dimitri of Salonika')saints/dimitry_marty r.htm
SPARTAN

Canberra, Australia

#7 Jul 5, 2009
Filip the II Resurected wrote:
<quoted text>I'm just evidencing the facts from the diferent archive documents, as this 586 a.d. Miracles of StDimitri Solunski.
He's still celebrated at Mitrovden (Mitar, abrev. from Dimitar, Dimitri) untill today.
The point is that the Macedonian nation is well dovumented during the centuries, which is not the case with "greek" fake nation created in 19th century.
Macedonia was never and never will be a nation you dumb Skop!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

I laugh when you mongols make statements about Greece being a fake nation created in the 19th century.

Even funnier that you Slavic peasants truly believe that your so called Macedonian heritage dates back before the second world war.

Do some homework on your Slavic past Skop!!
entatiki

Pátra, Greece

#8 Jul 6, 2009
Filip the II Resurected wrote:
<quoted text>I'm just evidencing the facts from the diferent archive documents, as this 586 a.d. Miracles of StDimitri Solunski.
He's still celebrated at Mitrovden (Mitar, abrev. from Dimitar, Dimitri) untill today.
The point is that the Macedonian nation is well dovumented during the centuries, which is not the case with "greek" fake nation created in 19th century.
Big *ucking deal. He's celebrated in Thessalonki and that's what counts. We dont mind if you want to also steal our ecclesiastical celebrations, but the name, never!
Filip the II Reincarnated

Skopje, Macedonia

#9 Jul 6, 2009
entatiki wrote:
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Big *ucking deal. He's celebrated in Thessalonki and that's what counts. We dont mind if you want to also steal our ecclesiastical celebrations, but the name, never!
He's celebrated in Moscow as in the rest of the Slaven Nation's worldvide, does this say something to you too?
Are your slaven blood still run's through your veins... or you're more Shqip?

Since: Mar 08

I like to screw pichkas!!!

#10 Jul 6, 2009
Filip the II Reincarnated wrote:
<quoted text>He's celebrated in Moscow as in the rest of the Slaven Nation's worldvide, does this say something to you too?
Are your slaven blood still run's through your veins... or you're more Shqip?
You have to be the MOST uneducated poster on this forum!

I feel sorry for you, you goddamn retard!
ARIS

Athens, Greece

#11 Jul 6, 2009
Filip the II Resurected wrote:
<quoted text>I'm just evidencing the facts from the diferent archive documents, as this 586 a.d. Miracles of StDimitri Solunski.
He's still celebrated at Mitrovden (Mitar, abrev. from Dimitar, Dimitri) untill today.
The point is that the Macedonian nation is well dovumented during the centuries, which is not the case with "greek" fake nation created in 19th century.
You idiot, the Macedonians in this text is refered to in a regional context, as a region of Greece. It clearly states that other Greeks such as from Militos etc.. also participated in the St. Dimitrios feast.

You bozo can't even get your propaganda right...
Filip the II Reincarnated

Skopje, Macedonia

#12 Jul 6, 2009
GEOROX wrote:
<quoted text>
You have to be the MOST uneducated poster on this forum!
I feel sorry for you, you goddamn retard!
Realy? I learn day by day:

"Officially, Greeks call their modern state Hellas, after the classical world of 2,000 years ago, and by the same token they are officially known as Hellenes, which implies descent from their illustrious classical forefathers. But at the same time, colloquially, they call themselves Romios, derived from Rum, or Rome, and signifying that they are citizens of the eastern Roman Empire whose capital was Constantinople-in short, that they are really the children of Byzantine ¥Greece¥, on the other hand, is derived from the Latin Graecia, the province of the western Roman Empire which stretched south of Mount Olympus through the peninsula of Attica and the Peloponnese.
Its International use to describe the sovereign state that currently occupies that territory is merely a reflection of the fact that ¥Greece¥ in this modern sense is literally a western invention."
(The Making of the Modern Greece, David Holden, p. 29)
entatiki

Pátra, Greece

#13 Jul 6, 2009
Filip the II Reincarnated wrote:
<quoted text>He's celebrated in Moscow as in the rest of the Slaven Nation's worldvide, does this say something to you too?
Are your slaven blood still run's through your veins... or you're more Shqip?
Its an honor for St. Dimitrius and for Greeks that this patron Saint of Thessaloniki is celebrated worldwide
entatiki

Pátra, Greece

#14 Jul 6, 2009
This is for all those uneducated slaneres of hisotry. taken from a BULGARIAN site, not a Greek one:

http://www.bnr.bg/RadioBulgaria/Emission_Engl...

quote:

"On October 26 the Bulgarian Orthodox Church marks the day of St. Dimitrius of Salonika. He lived in the late 3rd and the early 4th century in Salonika, Greece"
Filip the II Reincarnated

Skopje, Macedonia

#15 Jul 6, 2009
entatiki wrote:
<quoted text>
Its an honor for St. Dimitrius and for Greeks that this patron Saint of Thessaloniki is celebrated worldwide
Don't mud his name with your "greek" lie!

586 A.D.
From the "Miracles of St. Demetrius of Salonika, I ":
"...For if one was to imagine them in a heap, not only the Macedonians gathered in Salonika... Certainly he who inspired the Macedonians with courage..." Mirac. I, 13, p.1285-14; 1313

“ein anderer Schauplatz”

Since: Jan 09

Athens

#16 Jul 6, 2009
Filip the II Reincarnated wrote:
<quoted text>Don't mud his name with your "greek" lie!
586 A.D.
From the "Miracles of St. Demetrius of Salonika, I ":
"...For if one was to imagine them in a heap, not only the Macedonians gathered in Salonika... Certainly he who inspired the Macedonians with courage..." Mirac. I, 13, p.1285-14; 1313
Right,it must have been all those Vulgarians that gathered there at 588 AD!
LOOOOOL!
entatiki

Pátra, Greece

#17 Jul 6, 2009
Another Bulgarian site that clearly states:

"St. Dimitrius of Thessaloniki"

http://churches.gid-bg.com/

Can you answer to this Filip? And also to

http://www.bnr.bg/RadioBulgaria/Emission_Engl ...
ARIS

Athens, Greece

#18 Jul 6, 2009
Filip the II Resurected wrote:
Beginning of 12th Century
From the Byzantine satire Timarion: "The day of Saint Demetrius in (Salonika) is as great a festival as the Panathinei in Athens or Panionii in Miletus; it is a grand Macedonian celebration in which not only the Macedonian people gather, but people of all sorts and from all directions: Greeks from different regions of Hellada, the Mizian tribes...".
(Vizantiiski Vremenik, Moscow VI 1953, p. 367.)
You idiot, the Macedonians in this text is refered to in a regional context, as a region of Greece. It clearly states that other Greeks such as from Militos etc.. also participated in the St. Dimitrios feast.

You bozo can't even get your propaganda right...

It must be so sad to be you, you loser.
entatiki

Pátra, Greece

#19 Jul 6, 2009
The Bulgarians even have a church in Veliko

Tarnovo in central northern Bulgaria that they

call "SAINT DEMETRIUS OF THESSALONIKI"

http://churches.gid-bg.com/
entatiki

Pátra, Greece

#20 Jul 6, 2009
How akward, silence from Filip the II retard
lol

Thessaloníki, Greece

#21 Jul 6, 2009
Filip the II Reincarnated wrote:
<quoted text>Don't mud his name with your "greek" lie!
586 A.D.
From the "Miracles of St. Demetrius of Salonika, I ":
"...For if one was to imagine them in a heap, not only the Macedonians gathered in Salonika... Certainly he who inspired the Macedonians with courage..." Mirac. I, 13, p.1285-14; 1313
when it says bulgarians you may get our attention. lol

them slavic gypsies...lol

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