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My areas of study are wicca (non-ceremonial) and Goddess Worship. I have also delved into Native American spirituality, Voodoo and eastern thought concerning reincarnation and karma. What I would most like to help with is questions on how to form one`s own belief system using elements from various traditions. I would also like to help people to find their own path within the pagan tradition and to develop a personal relationship with the divinity in themselves and nature.
When I was thirteen, I started reading everything I could get my hands on concerning divination or fortune-telling. That led me to witchcraft and paganism. Because I was a young teenager, I had a hard time finding others who had the same interests. My beginnings as a solitary witch, learning all I could from books, created a philosophy that encompasses many practices and beliefs. In college, I studied spirituality through course work and personal reading. Currently, my focus is on the Goddess, or female divinity. I have studied her appearance in different cultures as well as been active in a local Goddess Group.
I am a graduate of SJSU, degree in Creative Arts/Creative Writing. I have studied paganism/wicca for 17 years.