Meditations on the Roman Deities: A Guide for Modern Practitioners (Modern Roman Living Series)

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Meditations on the Roman Deities: A Guide for the Modern Practitioner is the second volume in the series entitled, “The Modern Roman Living Series,” by Lucius Vitellius Triarius. It provides the reader with a compendium of actual ancient Roman prayers, which relates the reader to the religious life of the ancient Romans and shows their trials and tribulations and how they are similar to ours today.

This book serves as an introduction to the Roman Pantheon and its numerous gods and goddesses, not just the “Famous 12” you learned about in grade school. It provides detailed information to the reader on the who’s, what’s, why’s, how’s and wherefore’s of the Roman deities and provides a solid reference base for you to incorporate them into your daily life and personal religious practices. It provides the reader with a comprehensive listing of documented prayers from antiquity on many different topics, gathered together in one place by deity, and provides a separate section for you to construct and record your own prayers to the divine. Inside your will find information on:

  • Directory of the Gods and Goddesses of Rome
  • Dii Consentes Overview
  • Dii Familiaris Overview
  • Dii Indigetes Overview
  • Dii Novensiles Overview
  • Dii Inferi Overview
  • The Roman Pantheon
  • Prayers to Aesculapius
  • Prayers to Apollo
  • Prayers to Ceres
  • Prayers to Diana
  • Prayers to Dii Inferi
  • Prayers to Faunus
  • Prayers to Hecate
  • Prayers to Hercules
  • Prayers to Isis
  • Prayers to Janus
  • Prayers to Juno
  • Prayers to Jupiter
  • Prayers to the Lares, Manes et Penates
  • Prayers to Magna Deum Mater Idae
  • Prayers to Mars
  • Prayers to Mercurius
  • Prayers to Minerva
  • Prayers to Neptunus
  • Prayers to Pales
  • Prayers to Pater Liber
  • Prayers to Priapus
  • Prayers to Robigo
  • Prayers to Tellus
  • Prayers to Terminus
  • Prayers to Venus
  • Prayers to Vesta
  • Prayers to Vulcanus
  • A Section for Prayers You Have Written

Differing from the Greek religious thought, the ancient Romans believed that achieving a peaceful and harmonious balance in society—from the individual life to the household to the state—required maintaining a positive relationship with the gods and goddesses to achieve that equilibrium, as the gods and goddesses walked among us daily. Each person was responsible for doing their part, whatever that part was.

As Symmachus believed, religious ideals, beliefs and practices varied among all individuals, just as it did with cities, and that there were many pathways to the divine. We all look up and see the same skies and same stars, the same sun and moon govern our days and nights, and we all experience and walk through the same countryside. As we all seek the divine, it matters not which pathway we follow, but that we follow a pathway.

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The author, Lucius Vitellius Triarius, aka Chip Hatcher, is a Graduate (cum Laude) in Political Science, focusing in Ancient Mediterranean Political Systems, from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and resides in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in Eastern Tennessee.

He is also a member of Nova Roma (www.novaroma.org), the global Roman Reconstruction project, advocating the via Romana, or Roman Way, where he serves as a Provincial Governor and Senator of Nova Roma.

The Roman Way is the study and practical application of "Romanitas" and the "mos maiorum", the revival of all aspects of Roman life, culture, virtues, ethics and philosophies in our everyday lives.

It is as part of the mos maiorum that citizens are expected to take up Roman names for use within the society. Learning Latin, the language of Roman culture, is also an equally important step towards becoming a modern Roman.

One of the cornerstones of Romanitas are the Roman virtues; those qualities which define the ideal state of being and behavior of the Roman citizen. These age old precepts guided the Roman Republic for centuries, and after being somewhat forgotten in the technology, hustle, and bustle of the modern age, are finding their way back into the hearts, minds, and homes of many people today. They are the foundation of a good and wholesome society, and should be consistently used to further advance the knowledge, behavior and ethics of our children and succeeding generations.

He believes that we must remember and preserve the good parts of the past in the present, so that others will remember it in the future.

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Book Description Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Meditations on the Roman Deities: A Guide for the Modern Practitioner is the second volume in the series entitled, The Modern Roman Living Series, by Lucius Vitellius Triarius. It provides the reader with a compendium of actual ancient Roman prayers, which relates the reader to the religious life of the ancient Romans and shows their trials and tribulations and how they are similar to ours today. This book serves as an introduction to the Roman Pantheon and its numerous gods and goddesses, not just the Famous 12 you learned about in grade school. It provides detailed information to the reader on the who s, what s, why s, how s and wherefore s of the Roman deities and provides a solid reference base for you to incorporate them into your daily life and personal religious practices. It provides the reader with a comprehensive listing of documented prayers from antiquity on many different topics, gathered together in one place by deity, and provides a separate section for you to construct and record your own prayers to the divine. Inside your will find information on: Directory of the Gods and Goddesses of Rome Dii Consentes Overview Dii Familiaris Overview Dii Indigetes Overview Dii Novensiles Overview Dii Inferi Overview The Roman Pantheon Prayers to Aesculapius Prayers to Apollo Prayers to Ceres Prayers to Diana Prayers to Dii Inferi Prayers to Faunus Prayers to Hecate Prayers to Hercules Prayers to Isis Prayers to Janus Prayers to Juno Prayers to Jupiter Prayers to the Lares, Manes et Penates Prayers to Magna Deum Mater Idae Prayers to Mars Prayers to Mercurius Prayers to Minerva Prayers to Neptunus Prayers to Pales Prayers to Pater Liber Prayers to Priapus Prayers to Robigo Prayers to Tellus Prayers to Terminus Prayers to Venus Prayers to Vesta Prayers to Vulcanus A Section for Prayers You Have Written Differing from the Greek religious thought, the ancient Romans believed that achieving a peaceful and harmonious balance in society-from the individual life to the household to the state-required maintaining a positive relationship with the gods and goddesses to achieve that equilibrium, as the gods and goddesses walked among us daily. Each person was responsible for doing their part, whatever that part was. As Symmachus believed, religious ideals, beliefs and practices varied among all individuals, just as it did with cities, and that there were many pathways to the divine. We all look up and see the same skies and same stars, the same sun and moon govern our days and nights, and we all experience and walk through the same countryside. As we all seek the divine, it matters not which pathway we follow, but that we follow a pathway. THANK YOU for shopping with us. Your purchase will help support in preserving the heritage of the Western World!. Seller Inventory # APC9781493631780

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