I am a dark polytheistic neo-pagan who works with - not worships - their gods and goddesses. I work with Sumerian, Mesopotamian, Babylonian, Egyptian, Greek, Northern Native American, Mayan, Aztec and Hindu gods. I call myself "dark" not in an evil sense, but merely because I tend to be drawn to gods that embody the darker side of the universe, the night, the stars, etc... Nature, however, is one thing I can say I worship in a sense. The moon is my queen. I also have green Witch tendencies.
I am quite the little herbalist. I also am well versed in the use of crystals and majickal items. I believe in Aliens, and that many of our gods have been extraterrestrials.
I was raised as an Evangelical Presbyterian. They are complete whackos. O_O Even as a child I questioned the religion. When my mother began destroying my pagan jewelry at 12 years old and my father threw all of my books away into an Ann Arbor dumpster on trash day, I knew that there was truly something wrong. Eventually I was kicked out of their house for my beliefs.
Apep, Bast, Pasht, Kali, Cthulhu/Ktulu, Tiamat, Inanna, Athena, Hades, Set, Thoth, Isis, Dagon... these are all gods with whom I get along famously.
Ra and I have issues.
I also consider myself to be a modern primative in the earliest of stages. In short it is essentially finding yourself and your spritiuality through body modification, pain, suffering and torture. (Piercings, ink, Flesh pulls, suspention etc...) All of which are enjoyed once you can surpass the pain. The surpassing pain part I have down, but the body mods are just starting.
Hmm that's about it.