About Me

jan 2 2015I am a proud Heathen woman who lives in Todd, North Carolina and I am attending school at Appalachian State University, where I am the President of the Pagan Student Association for the 2017-2018 school year.

I live with my father, my sister & her boyfriend, and my cat, Lovey, who is about eleven years old.

This website is where I will be documenting my journey on the Heathen path. Though I have been pagan since high school, it was in 2011 that I was introduced to Asatru. And upon meeting my first Heathen, I started having very vivid dreams, calling me to Odin. Calling me home.

My uncle, who is an avid genealogist on his own time, has spent years tracing our family history. Through him, I know that I am part of the MacGregor Clan, a Highland Clan of Scotland, and that there was a mixing of Scandinavian and Scottish blood in my past. On my father’s side, I have Irish, Dutch, and Arapaho ancestors.

The blood of kings and warriors runs through my veins. It is no wonder then, that I have always felt the pull towards codes of honor and the need to defend to the death my right to live my life the way I choose to live it.

I will live my life in accordance to the Old Ways, so that the honor of my ancestors might be restored to me, so that I may, in turn, pass it down unsullied to future generations. I will never give up and I will never give in.

Hail Odin! Hail Loki! Hail the Aesir!

I stand firmly behind Declaration 127, and I will never support racism or supremacy in any form.

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4 comments on “About Me

  1. I just want to say how delighted I was to discover your inspirational website today. I am a retired pastor from a Christian denomination that does not respect or appreciate the lovely spiritual paths followed by practitioners of Asatru and other heathens. Since my retirement I have become interested in, and attracted to, those paths, and I want to learn all that I can about them. Your website is extremely enlightening for me and I truly appreciate it. Thanks and compliments and blessings.

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    • I’m glad you have found the information on my website interesting, and I appreciate you taking the time to leave a comment on my page. 🙂

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  2. Hail, What a marvelous offering your words and website are. Thank you for taking the time to share your experiences, thoughts and creativity. If I had a do over, it would be wonderful to become a Heathen today… There is just so much information. In 1972 there were few books, let alone the internet. Women Heathen’s were few and far between, with much infighting. Hence, I have always been solitary. I heard once, that those of us that truly speak with the Gods are not meant to belong to one group, but to all. I am eager to read through your site and your future posting… My the Gods and all that is Divine always smile upon you.
    Thank you💕

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    • There is still a lot of infighting. My practice is still largely solitary because of that, but I do participate and sometimes lead group rituals now. I do this with a group of eclectic Pagans, however, rather than with a kindred. There’s a lot less in-fighting and a lot more respect. I also think you may be right – that those of us who speak with the Gods aren’t meant to belong to a single group. I’ll have to explore that idea later on. 🙂

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