Community, Culture, and Identity in Western Polytheism — The Wind’s Eye

Heidi adds wonderfully to the musings of people like Marc from Of Axe & Plough and Craxantos at Buta Craxanti on identity and culture, making it all the more personal and relevant at an accessible and individual level as she does so.

I believe in using the gifts of our ancestors – our familial, cultural, and local ancestors – to honor them, our Gods, and other spirits. These gifts are our cultural heritage that ought to be treasured and preserved, even as we make necessary changes in the present to create better futures.

Community, Culture, and Identity in Western Polytheism — The Wind’s Eye

Published by snowceadaoin

Haigh, I'm Snow, the wintery, gothic, ghostly, English/Irish one. Sé/É i nGaelainn nó They/Them in English. Out and out bisexual. I'm Heathen, Polytheist, and however many other applicable labels. I've been pagan in various forms since my pre-teens. I've been obsessing over music since infancy and trying to write since I was first in double digits. I like sci-fi, horror, martial arts, gardening, languages, cats and coffee. Níl aon am saor agam. Antifa. Iss die Reichen. Cofiwch Dryweryn. 合氣道と居合道。Ceol ⁊ Focail. Eg drikk mykje kaffi.

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