An exploration of self-directed spirituality from a genderfree queer person.
Camp held in Devon, UK
“We do not need mediators seroquel online. We work consensually to create rituals. We do not need hierarchies. We welcome spirits and work with them. We do not command them. We share knowledge of different traditions; we create new ways of working. Stirring the cauldron of gender, we are not limited by gender-based magical working. We believe we can all work with spiritual power; that we all can be our own healers, celebrants and guides.”
This is a safe space for queer Pagans. It is an inclusive place where we can share our practices, learn from each other on how to live in a not so friendly world, and simply find peace and comfort. We all come from different backgrounds, different practices in the Pagan community, and different struggles — but what we found we most needed right now, was a place where we belonged. This is that place.
A blog for pagans, queers, heathens, fags, heretics, trans folx, faeries, dykes, genderfuckers, witches and you.
Towards a reality-based theology.
A blog for Pagans of all genders, sexualities and paths
Desmond and Kay are the queer, trans/gender-nonconforming witches behind The Dreaming Bat. Tarot and oracle readings, pagan lessons, and hand-rolled incense in an LGBTQIA+ lovin’ atmosphere.
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Through this site we hope to provide information on various aspects of the Craft – with a particular emphasis on the issues (sic additional info.) of Tradition, Mystery, Polarity and Gender, written from our unique perspective as a gay couple who run a coven and work within the Alexandrian Wiccan Tradition.
An in depth zine on Cultural Appropriation in Spirituality and witchy posters are available free for download from this project that exists at the place where intersectional, anti-oppression based politics meets earth-based spirituality.