Για τους Έλληνες αναγνώστες μου: Καλως ηρθατε! Το όνομά μου είναι Μελας και είμαι Έλλην Εθνικός: Υπηρέτης του Δία.. Σε αυτή την ιστοσελίδα, θα γράψω για τον πολυθεϊσμό γενικά, ειδικά όσον αφορά τη θεωρία του. Είμαι από τη διασπορά και εξακολουθώ να βελτιώνομαι τις γνώσεις μου στην ελληνική γλώσσα. Mε συγχωρειτε!
Welcome to my site. I am Melas (Μελας), an ethnic Hellene (Greek) and Hellenic polytheist.
Having been born, like billions of people today, with monotheism imposed on me, I spent many years in darkness and illusion till my eyes first saw divine radiance and approached it. I reverted (not converted) to the religion of my ancestors about two years ago, after a period of cold deism and withdrawn individualism. At this time, still a young man, I am inquiring into polytheism in general, and seeking a place within the world’s community of such people. Although I am a strong advocate of traditional and ethnic polytheism, along with its inherent localism, I acknowledge the necessity and the benefit of uniting our ranks throughout the world, during a time in history when we begin to bud again. I hope to see the days when we will bloom in our original colors, but meantime our tree must be kept whole and safe from inner and outer dangers.
It is unfortunate that monotheists, in spite of their seeming decline, still command and subjugate the world; perhaps this is owing to their degenerate species of followers, known as atheists and agnostics, whose numbers are actually increasing . What is more unfortunate, is that polytheism has its own degenerate species, namely, neopaganism, a set of invented and artificial religions which are obstacles that delay (and sometimes confound) the flourishing of our natural, original, ethnic and traditional religions. Our ranks (distinct as they may be) must grow, unite and stand firm against such wrong views and bad influences, from within and without, and to this end, I have established this site to contribute to our common and hopeful cause. If we side with our ethnic ancestors, honor their customs and worship their Gods, we cannot fail one day to redeem their memory and reclaim our once universal glory.