So, I’m getting really tired of this whole “spirit workers are special and live hard lives because the spirits/deities/etc wanted them to and they had no choice.” This is super problematic and not always true. Yes, some people have stronger intuitive capabilities than others. Intuitive processes are a natural human process that comes from being … Continue reading No, Spirit Workers aren’t Special
I usually joke to my coworkers whenever I talk to them about my silly childish things like my collection of stuffed Stitch plushies from Disney World, my collection of Marvel toys, or the fact that I still watch cartoons regularly that childhood was lost to me so I’m making up for it at 25. At … Continue reading Finding my Inner Child
You, yes you, all the way in the back: “Deity work” is not dangerous. This is an insidious lie that damages communities, and actively harms people. …A PSA I posted to Reddit: “Deity work” is not dangerous! So firstly, I really enjoyed this post. I think that all too much people feel like the gods are … Continue reading A PSA I posted to Reddit: “Deity work” is not dangerous!
My last blog post The Problem With Heathenry described my mostly angry thoughts with regards to feeling separated from the religion that I am consistently feeling more and more separated from. This post is an addition to that post with more examples and appearances of those issues I outlined and ways I think they ought … Continue reading More Issues with Heathenry – Sexism, Ableism, and Gatekeeping
When I began my path, it was Loki who danced with me into finding my ways. At first, I really didn’t care for the mainstream witchcraft phase everyone and their mom seemed to be into. I also didn’t care for the love and light new age craze that mostly moms seem to be into. So … Continue reading The Problem with Heathenry
Photo by Erik Karits on Pexels.com So… I lost my job on the third of June. Not because of COVID but because they were essentially waiting to hire on more people so that they could properly fire me after they had convinced me to stay on after I had tried to resign back in March before … Continue reading Having the Ears to Hear