A Change in Direction for this Blog

This blog was originally created for me to explore my interests and ties with the Minoan culture. To work via UPG on reconstructing the little fragments of the religion that exist, introducing key figures to the public, and explain divine incarnation into human flesh in a culture that has lost touch with that ancient occurrence.

But as I answer the 30 Days of Paganism and 30 Days of Otherkin meme, as well as the direction my posts for the Pagan Blog Project have taken, it is becoming apparent my focus on this blog is way too narrow.

I debated starting a new blog, one that was less formal, one that was not as personal (an odd combination, I know). One to write about my new explorations into magic; about aspects of my practice that are not Minoan-centric; about my pagan arts and crafts (o hai, I make ritual items mostly in leather!). But the lines are all blurry, and probably arbitrary, and one of the big things various entities keep trying to get through my thick skull is that compartmentalization is bad for me.

So, I give up. I will definitely keep up with the original goal of this blog, but I am going to write about other (relevant) things, too.

About Reconstructing the Labyrinth

Hello! My name is Bri, and I run the blog Reconstructing the Labyrinth. I am a pagan who works primarily with the Minoan pantheon, of which I believe myself to be an incarnate member. I am also genderqueer, pansexual, and demisexual. I have a wonderful, loving partner. I am a mixed-media artist and writer with a great fondness for plaid and amaretto-flavored coffee.
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