So, why am I here?
To learn from those who have further experiences and insight then Myself.
I have been reading about the unseen arts and practices for a long time (since childhood) but I am not an affirmed or regular practitioner.
My own spiritual practice has been stagnant for the last few years due to mental and emotional struggles (post-traumatic stress disorder, gender identity disorder, generalized anxiety) and I'm slowly healing myself and with that I wish to emerge myself in what I've felt calling for the longest time.
While I do not worship any specific gods or celebrate any elaborate hallowed days, I consider myself to be Pagan in my own internalized worldview of the world as opposed to someone for example may not be a regular practicing a Christian but is still Christian in their own subconscious belief system.
I am Transgender. Born biologically male, with medically normal chromosomes and hormones like any other male. However as you can see in my picture and the mention of gender identity disorder in my previous words there is a strife there. I am currently not on hormonal medication or have had any surgeries. Do I plan to? Yes.
Because of this aspect of myself, which while is only one facet encompasses and conditions my life in nearly all ways, I have a profound interest in Queer (sexual and gender non-conforming) themes in religion and magick from the Native American two spirits to the anatomical ambiguity of Baphomet.
The Witching Way of the Hollow Hill by Robin Artisson (the name conjures up some shit storm, I know, but I do enjoy this book along with many of his writings)
The Pillars of Tubal Cain by Michael Howard and Nigel Jackson
Anything by Joseph Campbell
Beliefs / Practices
Spiritual but not Religious, Pagan
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