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Bio: I got a paw in two worlds: one of technology and science, the other of magic and an open heart.
Child of nerds in a family stocked with engineers and military buffs, I have faith in the power of the human mind, to use math and tools to solve our own problems. Science gives everything in the world new stories to tell, and makes it richer, more beautiful.
I came prepackaged with instincts to wield magic, to know where sacred places are. In my dreams I walk on black paws. I have stood against the darkness with sage and shovel, walked where myth and reality blend together. My wild heart is at home in nature, and wild places are my churches.
My ideal world has high tech starships and permaculture villages, cybernetic transhumans and tribal shamans. And last but not least, lots of kinky sex.
I'm always looking for new playmates so drop me a shout or note! <3
At some point, I made a distinction between the two, which I've never stopped to explain to anyone.
Yes, I'm one of those people who might say "I'm spiritual, not religious." Here's how it happened:
My parents generation uses the word religious, to describe a church-going person with Christian beliefs. When my belief (and church attendance) decayed, and I became atheist, I rejected all of that. Spirituality and superstition were lumped in there somewhere I assumed.
...and then I found some pagan practices I could believe in. This challenged me (and still challenges me) to define what I am. My starting point was Wicca, organized into covens, like a resistance cell structure. there's no church to attend. A lot of neopaganism isn't even that. It's disorganized individual practice. there are many people (like me) who might as well be a religion of one... what do you call that?
Over time, I've found religion is rarely true spirituality. You ca...