Moving my witchcraft and Loki devotion to: witchwhoisqueerandlovesmagick.tumblr.com
This blog will remain a book/personal blog. I’m tired of every time I doubt this blog gets all messy.
The blog above will be for witchcraft, exploring deity worship and some queer issues.
Feel free to only fellow one or both. Up to you!
Does anyone know what this person is trying to tell me on my own Instagram bc I’m a little lost?
I tagged my St. Agatha dysphoria post as #queerchristian and they commented that I should amend it to Catholic. I noted that Christian is an umbrella term and that some Protestants honor the saints; and they commented with this?
Some people don’t believe Catholics are real Christians, even tho they fonded the very first church. I have had more than my fair share of people telling me they are worse than witches and even outright Pagan.
But from this ramble, I suspect this person thinks you need to burn for being Trans and for invoke a saint.
personally i would block them then delete their shitty comments.
Is there a store somewhere to trade in step-parents who are so nasty over the littlest of shit? and a store for when birth parents not only NOT defend you but join in? I wanna trade mine two in. Not saying I would go full Goblin King or anything but also not not saying I would >_>
My bird problem won’t go away! Now I am seeing birds on Tumblr, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and even Witchcraft.cafe . What the hell man. Whyyyyyyyy
Primordial Norse Gods
↳ Máni | God of the Moon and Witchcraft
He first appeared as the cosmos was being created and did not know what his role would be in this new universe. It was only when the gods convened and discussed time and its passage did it become clear to Máni where he fit into the great scheme of things.
Magic For The Resistance by Michael M. Hughes
Weave The Liminal by Laura Tempest Zakroff
Transformative Witchcraft by Jason Mankey
zodiac signs? in MY 2019?
- dwarves - (march 21 - apr 19)
- hobbits - (apr 20 - may 20)
- nymphs - (may 21 - june 20)
- angels - (june 21 - july 22)
- dragons - (july 23 - aug 22)
- mermaids - (aug 23 - sep 22)
- banshees - (sep 23 - oct 22)
- elves - (oct 23 - nov 21)
- werewolves - (nov 22 - dec 21)
- sirens - (dec 22 - jan 19)
- vampires - (jan 20 - feb 20)
- faeries - (feb 21 - march 20)
I thought I had normal problem but no, I got a bird problem. Crows, Sea Gulls, Owls, Red Shoulder Hawks, Blue Jays, even Wood peckers. I got a damn bird problem.
I found the bird from my dream, Red Shoulder Hawk!
I’ve been having Witchcraft message dreams for days in a row, and I mean like hardcore ones. Ones with Mother Goddesses and Crone Goddesses leading me in rituals. Owls, Foxes and this big ass bird I don’t know it is but it made my very blood sing. Then today as i was with a few UU friends dropping off social justice stuff, Laurie leans over “You know a Witchcraft shop opened right there in the summer,right?” I said no and she told me to go check it out while our other friend snagged some lottos.
Peeps, I was in tears. I swore I was so emotional standing in this shop. This shop wasn’t new age. This shop was 100% Witchcraft. The vib, the smell, even the lady behind the counter. I swore I could be standing in Salem, Mass and not just the city over the bridge.
Even now, I swear I’m gonna cry. She made me want scream “ I am a mother fucking Witch!” and made me wanna go buy new books on Witchcraft, maybe even a tarot deck,ect.
I haven’t felt THAT magick in 3 or more years. Since Nov 2016 I’ve been having a really hard time with my beliefs. I just wanna go back there RIGHT now and ask if I can lay down on her floor and just soak it all in.
As soon as it’s Ostara, I’m gonna be walking into the city more. I want to be braver and get over my fears. She will be one of the first places I go to once that happens.
I swear The Goddess is so alive in the city next to me with all those immigrant melting pots. I swear there is a song if you walk slow and take it all in. I’m almost home sick for that vib already.
Amy Poehler’s production company, Paper Kite, has pick up the rights to Jennifer Mathieu’s upcoming YA book titled ‘Moxie.’ As Deadline reported, the book will be published on September this year by Roaring Book Press. The story follows a 16 year-old girl who would spark a feminist revolution at her school. Mathieu is also the author…
Paper Kite acquires Moxie movie rights
Calling all riot grrrls! Movie rights to Jennifer Mathieu’s upcoming novel Moxie sold to Paper Kite, Amy Poehler’s production banner.
In Moxie, Vivian Carter is fed up. Fed up with sexist dress codes, her strict Texan school administration, and fed up with being a good girl who always follows the rules. Inspired by her mom’s Riot Grrrl past, she creates a feminist zine that sparks a revolution.
Paper Kite produces Hulu’s “Difficult People” and “Broad City” on Comedy Central. The Moxie movie is repped by 3 Arts Entertainment, WME and Warren Dern with a deal at Universal.
“this is what it means to be a feminist. Not a humanist or an equalist or whatever. But a feminist. It’s not a bad word. After today it might be my favourite word. Because really all it is is girls supporting each other and wanting to be treated like human beings in a world that’s always finding ways to tell them they’re not.”
Moxie - Jennifer Matthieu
Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu
Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu
“It occurs to me that this is what it means to be a feminist. Not a humanist or an equalist or whatever. But a feminist. It’s not a bad word. After today it might be my favorite word. Because really all it is is girls supporting each other and wanting to be treated like human beings in a world that’s always finding ways to tell them they’re not.”
Has anyone read Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu because it’s amazing and it’s my absolute favorite book right now. It’s a must read for all feminists everywhere. It made me feel so much rage, joy, sadness, and hope somehow all at the same time! It’ll make you wanna tighten your pony and join the fight!!!❤️💪
Moxie (2017) by Jennifer Mathieu
Vivian is done with the sexism at her school - the way the football team can do and say whatever they want, the way the dress code is selectively enforced. When she finds her mom’s old feminist ‘zine, Vivian decides that creating her own anonymous feminist ‘zine is how she can speak out, and maybe even create some real change.
This isn’t the first “feminist fights back against school patriarchy” book I’ve read this year, and I love that this conversation is finally happening. Based on my own experience, Moxie is probably the best, most real feminist YA book I’ve read. Moxie deserved more buzz than it got, and should become a big part of the conversation.
Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu
For all the teenage women fighting the good fight.
And for my twelfth-grade Current Topics teacher for calling me a feminazi in front of the entire class. You insulted me, but you also sparked my interest in feminism, so really, the joke is on you. Revenge is best served cold, you jerk.