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Various developments

After almost a year, the series on polemical topics is at an end. I might have added a few more parts, but I believe I have addressed and laid out the most important topics that I have observed among polytheists nowadays. I hope it has brought some benefit with its balanced method, which is greatly needed among our distinct traditions. The question now is what to write for the future.

In the first place, I should mention that I have lately enlarged the site’s quote page, which contains all sorts of arguments in favor of traditional & ancestral polytheism that I have long advocated for. The quotes, carefully selected, range from ancient sayings to scholarly statements. I invite readers not only to view them for the sake of curiosity & reflection (contact me if you have objections and I’ll gladly discuss), but also to provide me with more quotes of the same kind if they happen to come by them.

At this time, I am considering a series about the depiction of polytheism in the arts & media, It will consist of general observations and literary analysis. I have also conceived of another series of a miscellaneous nature. However, I will make the choice after publishing my next post concerning the development of monotheism, which I have been researching and preparing for the past few days. It will be bold and yet simple–in chronological style with notes. Expect it sometime next week!