The Chronicles of TwinStorms
IntroductionI Am a Pagan.In this day and age wherever you turn, you will find people
trying to convince you that their “religious” beliefs are “The Way”.
If you disagree with them then you are destined to end up in their
concept of “Hell”, so they feel obligated to convert you and to
save your soul. I know this because I fell into that category for acouple of years out of my life. My apologies go out to any and allpeople that I may offended with my self righteous attitudes andthat holier than thou personas that I donned in order to try and
work out my “salvation”. I am truly sorry.What I feel is today‟s major problem with organized religion
is twofold; first they tend to want to put God in a box. Some wouldhave you believe that if things are not done in a certain manner,then God cannot be involved in it. Second is that it ispredominantly patriarchal, leaving out the Goddess. Goddessworship has been found to exist in the earliest historical recordsand I just wonder how so many today can just ignore thematriarchal aspects of The Creator and Source of All That Is, TheGodhead, or to whatever you want to call them.Once I sought the Goddess, She was more than willing toreveal herself to me, and she provided me with insights into mybeing and Her Being, that literally changed my life. Thus my journey on the Pagan Path includes many traditions andphilosophies that include a wide variety of some of the differentaspects of The Mother Goddess and The Father God. MySpiritual studies include various traditions of Wicca, Witchcraft,Asatru, Druidism, Shamanism, Hinduism, Tantra, Buddhism, andTao along with keeping up on New Age Awareness with varyingconcepts of Meditation and Ascension, to name just a few.Some of the various aspects of The Mother Goddess and FatherGod that I confide in along with various Spirit Guides andAscended Masters, include but are not limited to; Brigit, Morregan