Not like old ASS juice, just OLD ass juice. I think. Some background: My mother-in-law went to the hospital....last month? She had stomach pains all day, throwing up from deep in her gut. At first she thought it might be her inferior vena cava (IVC) filter, broken, migrated, and/or perforating her insides. Then she thought it might be food poisoning from … Continue reading I think I just drank some old ass juice….
There is No Authority in Traditional Witchcraft In traditional witchcraft it is not necessary to have nor to ever recognize an authority figure. There is no need for authoritarian gods, goddesses, or other demanding figures. There are no threats of Hell fire and no condemnation because there are no authorities. The only laws to … Continue reading Traditional Witchcraft, Authoritarianism, And Secrecy: Silence Is Golden — Reblogged from Traditional Witchcraft And Occultism
My mam meandered Into the marsh, A-lookin' for her baby. The method to my madness? To escape the mentor Who made me mad! She ain't my mate, My mean ol' mam, But I do love her dearly, So much so that I must go Or I may kill her nearly! Aye, she marched … Continue reading A Mute Foray (A Poem)
Time to get domesticated! This is Part 5 of the iSideWith Quiz Review: Domestic Policy Issues. From what I can tell, this is approximately halfway through the quiz. And I don't think this section is quite as long as Part 2 or Part 4. So....on with it already! Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access … Continue reading Quiz Review: iSideWith 2020 Presidential Voter Guide (Part 5: Domestic Policy Issues)
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile In Happy Valley Solidarity is the guiding principle for any egalitarian philosophy. The basic idea is that all oppressed people face the same enemy and the only way any of us can defeat our collective oppressor is with the collective force of a diverse people united against it […] … Continue reading Panarchy as Full Spectrum Intersectionality — Reblogged from Attack The System