Re: Is this frowned upon? By: Caoineag Jan 17, 2016
Post # 5
Whatever you choose, it'll be frowned upon by somebody somewhere. The real question is, do you care enough to let that stop you? Certain religious paths don't mesh well together because of their philosophy. However, if you and your interpretation of those paths allow for it and there's no explicit reason to not do it, then my advice would be to do what feels rigth for you.
Re: Is this frowned upon? By: feragnosis Jan 18, 2016
Post # 9
I personally worship the witch-father, Father SPlit-hoof.
He is the folk devil, an algmoration of satan, lucifer, Enkai, Cernunnos, Pan, Hern, Wodan, old Hobbs, and the King of Elphame.
He is a the wearer of masks, walker of winds, the torch of witchery, lord of the hedge, the forces of fayrie and nature. Liminal in nature; chthonic and celestial, man and animal, living and dead, bright and dark.
Secondly, I worship the Queen of Elphame; the Dame of venus, Aradia, Diana, Morrigan, lilith and Hecate.
So personally, the presence of the psudo-masculine & androgynous devil and the feminine goddess are the two entities in my sphere of devotion. Nothing is wrong with adhereing to both of these powers in whatever masks they may present themselves to you.
A final note; this is coming from a perspective of someone who draws heavily from early European folk praxis and contemporary Traditional witchcraft.