Laterensis, it is gratifying to see that you are, despite the passage of time, still do not depart from subjects of Mithraism, repeatedly voicing this issue. This demonstrates the fact that part of the Roman community has a confident and constant interest in the Mithraism.
As I mentioned in our last talk here, in Sarmatia there is a group of citizens who are engaged in the Mithraism in the scientific and practical manner. So what we have long thought about creating an official community dedicated to the Mithraism, which would unite all those who are engaged in this theme, and have contributed to the revival of the Mithraism, its development, coordinated, and would provide an opportunity to worship (for example, to carry out the Mysteries).
Thus, after a long time, this community has been created. You can find it at this link: http://romanrepublic.org/civitas/joint_ ... Mithrae/69
. Therefore, I ask all those who in any way associated with Mithraism come together, and within the same community, in harmony and order, to start working for our common good and rebirth, formation and development of Mithraism.
T. Fl. Severus