We recognize the lives, courage and work of all these blessed souls who knew Antinous in life, who died for the cause of Homosexuality, and who devoted their lives to the defense and promotion of our Love. For their work and for the sacrifice of their lives, we proclaim them Saints and Martyrs as an example to all who believe in the sanctity of Same-Sex Love. In the Name of Antinous, we honor and bless the memory of these great spirits, our forefathers and foremothers. We call upon them to watch over us, and to strengthen our cause, that the holiness of our sexuality will take its place in the world again. In memory of the martyrs who gave their lives, willingly and unwillingly for us, we dedicate ourselves to Antinous and the living spirit of Homoeros.


Divinized Mortals
Mythological and Historical Gay and Bisexuals Who were elevated to Godliness
Ganymede, beloved of Jupiter
Hercules, Hero of mankind
Attis, transgender youth
Iolus, lover of Hercules
Hylas, Lover of Hercules
Hyacinth, lover of Apollo
Cyparissus, youth turned to tree
Tiresias, transgender seer
Achilles, warrior
Patroclus, lover of Achilles
Calamus, youth turned reed
Carpos, lover of calamus
Ampelos, lover of Dionysus
Alexander the Great, Conqueror
Hephaestion, lover of Alexander
Bagoas, lover of Alexander
Polydeukion, divinized lover of Herodes Atticus



The Roman Imperial Family
Gaius Julius Caesar

Trajan, 17th Emperor of Rome
Plotina, Wife of Trajan
Hadrian, 18th Emperor of Rome
Sabina, Wife of Hadrian
Matidia, Mother of Sabina
Aelius Caesar, 19th Emperor of Rome
Antoninus Pius, 20th Emperor of Rome
Faustina I, Wife of Antoninus
Marcus Aurelius, 21st Emperor of Rome
Lucius Verus, 22nd Emperor of Rome
Faustina II, Wife of Marcus Aurelius
Lucilla, Wife of Lucius Verus
Commodus, 23rd Emperor of Rome
Elagabulus, 25th Emperor of Rome



The Circle of Hadrian and Antinous
Those who knew Antinous
Macedo Caesernius, equestrial youth
Statianus Caesernius, equestrian youth
Lucius Vitalis, youth who died in Athens
Pancrates, writer of the lion hunt poem
Julia Balbilla, poetess
Favorinus of Arles
, philosopher
Phlegon of Tralles, writer



Innocent Gay Martyrs
Louvernios of Lindow
The Sodomites Burned at the Stake
The Knights Templar
Men of the Pink Triangle
Those Lost to the AIDS
Charlie Howard
Brandon Teena
Matthew Shepard
Billy Jack Gaither
Mahmoud Asgari
Ayaz Marhoni
Farid Mostaar
Ahmad Chooka
Lawrence King

Justin Aaberg
Billy Lucas
Seth Walsh
Asher Brown
Tyler Clementi
Raymond Chase
Daniel Zamudio
Brandon Charles Kocis
Kenneth Weishuhn Jr.

Eric James Borges
Phillip Parker
Jacob Rogers
Jeffrey Fehr
Nicholas Kelo
Jack Reese

João Antônio Donati
Lucas Leonard
Draven Rodriguez
365 Brazilian Martyr Saints of 2014



Heroic Martyrs
Homosexuals who fought for and died for our Cause
The Sacred Band of Thebes
Sergius and Bacchus
Apollonius and Philemon
Perpetua and Felicitas
Joan of Arch
Padraig Pearse
Harvey Milk

Tori Johnson



Ancient Priesthood of Antinous
Julius Fidus Aquila, priest of Antinoopolis
Aristotimos, priest of Delphi
Hostilius Marcellus, priest of Corinth
Isidoros Didymus, priest of Alexandria
Nikias, priest of Antinous in Rome
Sufenas,priest of Antinous and Eunostos in Neapoli
Lupercus priest of Antinous and Eunostos in Neapoli



Dedicants and Messengers of Antinous
The Curium Citharode
Polemo of Smyrna
C. Claudius Julianus, dedicant of Stratoniceia
Julius Saturninus, dedicant of Ancyra
Veturius and C. Julius Eurycles, dedicants in Mantineia
Aurelius Horion, convener of the games in Oxyrhynchus
M. Domitius Euphemus, mystagogue of Bithynion
Antoninianus of Aphrodisias, sculptor of the Lanuvium relief
L. Funisulanus Vettonianus, custodian of Antinous-Dionysus
Isochrysus and his son Dochis, dedicants of Mantineia
M. Lucios Flacos, dedicant of the Hero Antinous
Serapammon and Ptolemais, lovers consecrated to Antinous
L. Caesennius Rufus, founder of the Lanuvium Temple
Cardinal Allesandro Albani, art collector
Anton Rafael Mengs, artist
Johann Joachim Winckelmann, archaeologist
Oscar Wilde, writer
John Addington Symonds, writer

Albert Gayet, Egyptologist
Montague Summers, poet
Charles Kains Jackson, writer
Royston Lambert, author of Beloved and God
Allen Ginsberg, poet
Robert Mapplethorpe, artist



The Sacred Gay Saints
Prosymnus, lover of Dionysus
Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep, ancient egyptian couple
Sappho of Lesbos, poetess
Plato, philosopher
Aristotle, philosopher
Damon and Pythias, Pythagorean initiates

Harmodius and Aristogeiton, Gay couple who overthrew the tyrant of Athens
Polemon and Krates, followers of Plato
Anacreon, poet
Pindar, poet
Theocritus, poet
Bion, poet
Achilles Tatius, poet
Philip II, King of Macedonia
Nicomedes IV, King of Bithynia
Carpocrates, Gnostic Father
Catullus, Poet
Petronius Arbiter, Author of the Satyricon
Aelred of Rievaulx, Cistercian Monk and writer
Jalalu'ddin Rumi, mystic poet
Edward II. King of England
Piers Gaveston, lover of Edward II
Michelangelo Buanarotti, artist
Leonardo da Vinci, artist
Marsilio Fincio, renaissance neoplatonist
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, poetess nun
Michelangelo Merisi Carravagio, artist
George Frederick Handel, composer

Bartolomeo Cavaceppi, sculptor
Jean-Jacque Regis de Cambaceres, wrote the Napoleanic Code
Walt Whitman, poet
Hans Christian Anderson, writer
Marcel Proust, author of Remembrance of Things Past
Richard Burton, translated 1001 Arabian Nights
Ludwig Friedrich Wilhelm II, King of Bavaria
Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, writer
Magnus Hirschfeld, gay revolutionary
Edward Carpenter, writer
George Cecil Ives, founder of the Order of Chaeronea
Paul Verlaine, poet
Arthur Rimbaud, poet

Sascha Schneider, artist
Simeon Solomon, artist
Lozen, apache warrioress
Serge Diagelev, empresario of the Ballet Russe
Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich, Russian royal
Vaslav Nijinsky, dancer
El Nino Fidencio, folk healer
Federico Garcia Lorca, poet
Herbert List, photographer
Joseph Christian Leyendecker, artist
Cavafy, poet
Jean Genet, author of Our Lady of the Flowers
Rudolf Nureyev, dancer
James Dean, actor
Aleister Crowley, mystic
Laurence Olivier, actor
James Whale, director of Frankenstein
Danny Kaye, actor
John Gielgud, actor
Alan Turing, computer genius
Tom of Finland, artist
Roger Peyrefitte, writer
George Quaintance,artist
Andy Warhol, artist
Nick Drake, musician
Cristobal Balenciaga, designer
Darby Crash, musician
Kurt Cobain, musician
John Boswell, gay historian
Edmund Buczynski, founder of the Minoan Brotherhood
Mark Morrisroe, artist
Christine Jorgensen, 1st public transgender
Divine, Drag Queen
Freddie Mercury, musician

Sylvester, musician
River Phoenix, actor
Richie Edwards, musician
Harry Hay, founder of the Radical Fairies
Regina Fong, drag performer
Francis Bacon, artist
Yukio Mishima, poet
Herbert Tobias, photographer

Joey Stefano, porn actor
Shi Pei Pu, drag queen spy
Alexander McQueen, designer
Klaus Nomi, artist
Rudolf Brazda, Last Gay Survivor of Nazi Concentration Camps

Margot Adler, pagan author
Leelah Alcorn
Chavela Vargas, Mexican singer
Brian Sewell, art critic
Luchino Visconti, director
Pete Burns, musician
Juan Gabriel, musician
Mary Renault, authur
George Michael, musician



Venerable Saints
Epiphanes, Gnostic Teacher, son of Carpocrates
Marcellina, Follower of Carpocrates in Rome

Quintus Aurelius Symmachus
The Prophet Mani
Hypatia of Alexandria, Pagan Martyr
Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France
C. G. Jung, psychiatrist
Heath Ledger, actor
Judy Garland, actress, musician

Warren Lee Williamson
Lord Maluk Xzivikus-Meek
Klaus Witzeling
Henry Moses III
Jonathan Legaria Vargas, aka San Padrino Edoque