Please see the drop down menus under the heading of this blog for information about Roman Polytheism. Note that almost everything on this website has been repurposed from the blog neo polytheist of which I am also the author.
In 2017 I became a widow and so unsurprisingly the posts on the blog which is the parent to this website have mostly focused on death, they include:
- Buddhist Beliefs Regarding the Afterlife
- Dis Pater and Proserpina
- Germanic Beliefs Regarding the Afterlife
- Hecate in the Roman Tradition
- Western Mourning Traditions
Inevitably my approach to religion changed significantly during 2017. I used to focus on making offerings to the Gods at my household shrine. Doing so seems to have lulled me into a false and perhaps childish belief that I could live the good life so long as I observed these rites, ie, into hubristic thinking. I no longer think that it is that simple to connect with the divine, I have ideas about a better approach but I don’t want to get prescriptive. Instead, I hope that readers can benefit from the countless hours of research I have put in (in the writing of the content on this website) to better understand traditional Roman spirituality, while ultimately finding their own path.