After last night’s dim election outcome, I spoke to many people who were fully in the grips of being terrified for their future. I won’t lie. I had a bit of a sleepless night as I watched the abysmal election returns realizing that things didn’t go our way. This morning, I shed a few tears as well. What would become of me and my spouse? What about our family? Our home? What would the future hold.
I made up my mind that I would listen to my spiritual Mother, Sekhmet, and do what I had been hearing in the back of my head for months. ‘Prepare.’ ‘Be as self-sufficient and self-reliant as possible,’ and ‘Treat people with kindness and respect and be supportive’.
The #MarriageMilitia Project was begun by Rev. Tamara Siuda of the House of Netjer Kemetic Orthodox Temple. It is an organization where I was also legally ordained as a Priestess of Sekhmet-Mut. In light of last night’s developments, I am going to be taking up my role as clergy once again. I am legal, so no worries there. For those who wish to be married, I am offering my services. Here is a post that will explain what it’s all about and why. If you clergy or know someone who is, I urge you to pass the word along. Share it far and wide. Let us exercise our freedom and our rights to love whom we love.