Dianic Wiccan/witch, studied Woman-spirit spirituality through Shekhinah Mountainwater. I am an ordained minister with credentials and a nature lover. I enjoy wilderness activities, crafts, gardening, baking, movies, computers-games, horseback riding, history and philosophy, reading. I am in school now studying accounting and have made the dean's list this last quarter. I plan to eventually go on to study at a witch school and to study Celtic Shamanism. I would love to open my own shop one day but one step at a time, I suppose.
Clan of the cave bear series, circle of the gods series, harry pottery series, Percy Jackson series, any quality fantasy novels, Scott Cunningham books, 365 goddesses, Celtic women's spirituality, Ariadne's Thread, the Book of Women's Mysteries, Jules Verne, H. G. Wells, J. P. Lovecraft, Charles Dickens, fairy tales from different countries (especially Japan and Ireland) just to name a few. I love reading so much that I have 5 bookshelves full of books!
Beliefs / Practices
Spiritual but not Religious, Pagan, Witch, Wiccan, Shaman, Other Spirituality, Native American Spirituality, Druid
A mixture of Wiccan, Native American, Wittan/ Celtic, and Shekhinah Mountainwater's Woman-Spirit spirituality ...although my professor had me doing an essay on the government and religion of one country and I chose Japan and fell in love with Shinto and Zen Buddhism so I might explore them, also.
Baking, crafts, gardening, cooking, wilderness activities, amateur photography, reading, writing, horseback riding-back in the day when I was way slimmer. I'll try just about anything once.
Queen Latifah, Monique, Aretha Franklin, wonder woman, Rosie O'Donnell (read up on her history), Martha Washington- blues singer, Florence Nightingale, madam curry, shekhinah mountainwater, Josephine Baker, Edain McCoy, DJ Conway, jean m. Auel, Rosa Parks, Sarah Day O'Connor Willendorf Venus (She's my size and She was worshiped!), Tina Turner, Sherry Hite, Z Budapest, Joan of Arc, Catherine the Great, Mother Teresa, Gandhi, John Lennon, John Denver, Jane Goodall, Hatsheput (the ONLY female pharaoh), the character "Ayla" (that was my life exactly up until I met my husband), Mother Goddess Isis, the Celtic goddess - Aine ... shall I go on?
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