There are no dogmas or questions that may not be asked in The House of Eleima. However, most answers will be guided by the text of the book Otropos. The questions you ask and the answers you give - they are given by you as you are inspired by the Otropos.


There is love and beauty everywhere. Connect to that beauty through the Faith of Eleima.

There is love and beauty everywhere. Connect to that beauty through the Faith of Eleima.

Is The House of Eleima a Church?

If 'a church' is the centre around which a Faith is organised, then yes, the House of Eleima is a church. If 'a church' is where you can connect with like-spirited people, then yes, the House of Eleima is a church. If 'a church' is where you're invited to be your most beautiful self, then yes: the House of Eleima is a church.

The House of Eleima is wherever the followers gather and the text of the holy book Otropos is present.

Why is the Otropos a 'holy book'?

The Otropos is the collection of texts the faith is based upon. The origin of these texts can be traced back 3,000 years.

The Otropos gives guidelines for living. The book invites you to live your life as a messenger to the Gods.

By 'holy' it is meant that the texts in the Otropos serve as the starting point for the Faith of Eleima. The followers believe that the Otropos contains texts that can support anyone through any time in their life.

The task of people is to become conscious of what reaches out to them from the unconscious. As far as we can see, this is the only goal in our lives: to light a candle in the darkness of merely being.
— (Carl Jung, 'Memories, Dreams, Reflections')

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What do the Followers do?

The followers live by the guidelines given in the holy book Otropos. They practice the rituals so that the presence of the Gods is felt

In everything they do, the followers take the guidelines given in the Otropos into account. Together and apart, through their actions they will show kindness and friendship are the way.

Can I join?

When you are ready. Take a workshop. Join the rituals. Come up and see us some time.