Life Hurts Right Now…

Hello everyone. I’m sad to say that I’ve almost given up on this blog. Yes, I’ve considered it a closed shop a few times now. And now… I just need to vent again.

Because huzzah! I might be going through another psychotic break (or something whatever else fun-fuckery).

So you might have wondered what I’ve been up to in these months I’ve been missing from this blog. Well, I’ve been active in the local pagan scene. I’ve been busy getting stabbed in the back, helping psychotic people, and trying to build community. All that seems to bring me the ire of local ‘established’ (commercialized, religion-selling,non-original, internet re-selling and plain dishonest) witches. But at least I helped one psychotic person feel like they’ve got someone to talk to. So that’s good.

Also good: I know am the proud owner of 500 business cards for my foundation, Starlight Pagan Family. It’s the first of it’s kind in my region, meaning it’s going to be a not-for-profit religious organization that’s pagan. WHAT?! YE MEAN IT’S NOT A WITCHE SHOPPE??!

Right. Because shops and selling shite is all we do, right? (haha, it rhymes)

But yeah, bitches. I made a not-for-profit, down-in the trenches and dirty foundation. We help people. We’re hosting rituals where the funds will go to homes for dying cancer patients. We are hosting a library of esoteric books (in my living room) so that people can research for FREE. Bitch, shit’s going to get DONE in my area. And eventually – I’mma build me a pagan abbey/temple space where people can be safe and worship and live if they want to. So there.

But you know what y’all? Shit’s gone down in my head. But I think that’s too long for one post. Next post y’all: how I converted to Islam.




  1. Joss says:

    hell yes, dude! i’m proud of your organization – keep up the good fight on all fronts.

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    1. Michael says:

      aww you’ve made me tear up <333 thank you so much

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  2. Good for you! I couldn’t even get into any local pagan or esoteric scenes here in the UK because they either demanded high costs for courses, it was too far to travel, or I found their practices a little too hierarchical for my tastes. I now practice alone and occasionally with my sister and brother-in-law, although they are also experiencing something of a spiritual crisis at present, sucked into the “regular” human world and feeling the weight of responsibility. Oh, and don’t give up on your blog, unless you truly feel it has run its course.

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  3. Sar says:

    Go you! And don’t give up on the blog entirely

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    1. Michael says:

      Aww thanks ❤


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