We are today living in a phase of social, political, ethical, economic and environmental chaos resulting by a culture which, after having cancelled any immaterial contents from the world, has deprived the human kind of any sense of responsibility (in spatial and temporal terms). The Divine has been expelled by the Nature and by our planet Earth: “man” has become the sole criterion and measure for all. It is necessary to re-acknowledge that “All is interconnected” and at present it has become particularly urgent to re-create and re-generate again an harmony with Nature, her forces, her energies.
A re-appropriation of Gods and Goddesses has thus become an urgent priority because they are essentially the “Spirit of the Earth and Nature”; they are the essential element capable to provide dignity to the reality around us. Therefore they must become visible again to those wishing to live their lives in conscience, awareness and responsibility.
To do this the great heritage of the Traditional Roman Religion can represent a huge ethical and spiritual resource also acting as a “compass” in re-directing men and women towards a reconstruction of the harmony (Pax Deorum) we have lost. This traditional heritage, to which it must be assigned its original dignity and value removing those prejudices generated by ignorance and antagonism, is thus a “map” useful to undertake and remain in the “Via” in order to consider and understand the World as a network of signs, signals and values, as a spiritual communication network. Therefore, the Traditional Roman Religion represents a path “to go back home”, it’s a “Via” for a return journey based on responsibility towards oneself, others and Nature.
It is important to be aware that the past cannot come back in the same way in which it once has been materialized, but its ideas and values can be distilled: what disappeared as civilization can live again as “principle”.
The Traditional Roman Religion is essentially based on the ethics of the natural "end" and "limit". The measure of this "end" is Death. Everything is living is destined to die, but, even if destined to die, it doesn't mean that life is not worth living. Everything has its own "time". It is important not to miss the joy life offers to us: "carpe diem". We thus must "conquest our time" to valorise life as it is. We must live our life as well as our death with dignity. We can live our life being always aware of our limits.
The Traditional Roman Religion is essentially based on the principle of tolerance and refuse any idea of “religions’ wars and clashes” in any expression and manifestation. This tolerance is expression of a religious cosmopolitanism in which believers, not- believers and believers from other religions are recognized in their diversity and multiplicity (principle of universal tolerance): they are not a threat to any type of monopoly of an absolute truth, but they are all a source of enrichment.