I still get so stressed out when o think about how I’m going to look at religion when I raise my children. If I raise them wiccan then I don’t want them to be that without choice like me being raised Christian an changing my beliefs. But if I don’t raise them in my religion am I still raising them to be agnostic or atheist? I’m just so worried because I want them to have freedom of choice and I don’t want them to look back and be like “OH I was raised that way but I hated it”
I’m not having kids, but I’ve thought about this anyway. My hypothetical child would be exposed to my religion, but there would be no pressure for them to actually join if it didn’t feel right.
But also, until like 13 or so I wouldn’t even bother asking them whether a religion felt right or not. A child isn’t going to really know, they’re still forming opinions about the world.
I have some personal doxa in regards to Loki as a King in His own right, so this article by Dagulf Loptson is a fascinating theory to me.
The idea that Loki could be considered Múspellheimr’s ruler may shed some light on Óðinn’s pact of blood-brotherhood with him. Perhaps this bond was not a simple blending of blood between friends, but a blood truce between kings. Njörðr has often been viewed…
Paganism isn’t exclusive to Nordic people I just think Nordic people love nature (which is awesome). But no I’m not Nordic, I’m Aryan. 100 percent. Nordic and Aryan are very different when you look at the two closely. Aryan is slightly darker, more dirty blond. There’s a whole a chart on it, I wish I had it saved. In the grand scheme though they are practically the same. I also feel like gingers are a cross between the two
I’m losing brain cells.
I thought the hints of my father’s side having traces of Native American ancestry were fairly obvious. His side has a tree, which made it easier to pin-point things.
But apparently not as glaringly obvious as my mother’s side being partially Jewish, with a bit of digging… because no tree.
I roll my eyes at a lot of things in the pagan tag, but this sounds very familiar to dreams I have and I wish someone would have been there for me when they were as intense and as frequent as they were for me last year.
cute date idea: let me sleep in your bed for hours on end because I’m tired of being a person
Just a reminder to the world that there is this glorious feminist thing called the Hawkeye Initiative. Where people draw Hawkeye (and possibly other avengers) in various sexual poses that comic artists generally depict women in.