As of now I don't call myself a Wiccan anymore, but a Pagan Animist. A Pantheist. A Babaylan. I do indeed follow the Wheel of the Year, as many pagans do, but that is the only Wiccan aspect I follow. My practices are heavily influenced from my culture's native spirituality & the Shinto religion.
I love working with herbs, totems, and doing art as my spiritual dedication.
To Aman Sinaya, Mother Goddess of the Sea. To Bathala, Father God of the Sky. To my beloved Moon Goddess, Apo Malyari. To my beloved Sun God, Apo Sinukuan .To Amihan, God of the North Wind. To the Great Weaver of the Universe, Mangatia. And to all the anito's of the land and to my ancestors. Blessed Be. Maraming Salamat.
This is in dedication to my animal totem & spirit guide, who has always been there since I was a child. Guiding me, communicating with me, and being a friend. I thank you, for all you have done. For letting me into your dreams and knowing you as I know you now.