monochrom Celebrates Polytheism Tomorrow, in LA

The folks from monochrom are in LA and want you to join them tomorrow to celebrate The International Year Of Polytheism and eat a persimmon for Zeus. What the hell is the The International Year Of Polytheism?


The “International Year Of Polytheism” (powered by monochrom) wants to overcome the epoch of the monotheistic worldviews (and its derivatives such as “The West” and “The Arab World”) through the reconstruction of a polytheistic multiplicity in which countless gods and goddesses will eventually neutralize each other. Polytheism is democracy, Monotheism a dictatorship, even in its pseudo-secular form. Freed from the servitude of monotheism and the fraternal strife of the trinity, the world would be redeemed in a chaotic baptism of multiplicity. Besides, we believe that polytheism is the most suitable form of religion for a modern, dynamic and cosmopolitan young culture. Improve your C.V. with polytheism. Create your own heavens and hells. Or try it out yourself with our special Gods/Goddesses trial subscription. Our qualified operators are standing by to take your calls!

OK, so now you are sold on the idea and can’t wait to join them tomorrow, right? Like all good monochrom events if you show up, you get a certificate proving you were there. Details on the event after the jump.

International Year Of Polytheism / #3

A Persimmon is variety of species of trees of the genus Diospyros, and the edible fruit borne by them. The most widely cultivated species is Diospyros kaki. The fruit is very sweet to the taste with a soft to occasionally fibrous texture. Cultivation of the fruit started in parts of East Asia, and was later introduced to California.

Diospyros kaki translates as “The Fruit of Zeus”.

Zeus, is (or was) the king of the gods, the ruler of Mount Olympus, and god of the sky and thunder, in Greek mythology. His symbols are (or were) the thunderbolt, bull, eagle and the oak. When the world was divided in three, Hades received the underworld, Poseidon the sea, and Zeus the sky.


We want to honor Zeus!

We want to moan about the dreadful non-divisional monotheistic singularity! Long enough we were dominated by the concept of the God of the Abrahamic religions and/or the Platonic concept of God as put forward by Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite!

We want to eat persimmons for Zeus! In anger!

Join the force! Eat his fruit! Get a certificate!

Los Angeles, California.
Sidewalk @ 4810 Sunset Boulevard.
February 23, 2007; 1 PM- 1:30 PM.

3 thoughts on “monochrom Celebrates Polytheism Tomorrow, in LA”

  1. so far the only problem is buying persimmons. checked 3 supermarkets. no persimmons.
    any hints?
    or is someone buying all the persimmons to stop us from eating them for zeus? hmm….

  2. Most Asian markets should be stocking persimmons. I was wandering in the new “Freshia” Korean supermarket in Torrance last night and they had piles of them.

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