First name’s Lo, last name doesn’t matter, and I’m a polytheist, animist, artist, writer, absurdist and, evidently, critic and theorist. I ask questions of all sorts: the big, the small, the good, the silly, and may I never stop asking them. The battles I pick are few, the offerings I leave are many, and the marks I make with pen and brush have power.
I use he/they pronouns, depending on what my brain is doing. However, I always answer to both.
Hail the Storm, hail Miro and Mano, and through my work may I be touched by divine madness.
I’m the writer/artist/translator for a comic project that has long since been hijacked by spirits. I am also founder of Numen Arts, a website dedicated to serving and supporting pagan voices in the arts.
The Story So Far…
I spent most of 2016 exclusively worshiping, talking and working with a pair of Gods whom I call The Twins, and who may or may not have ever gone by the names Hun Batz and Hun Chowen. They’d taken advantage of the Chinese Year of the Monkey for this Work. That year of intensive practice is now over, and I’ve resumed giving cultus to a Storm God who I’ve been working with since 2011 in addition to my continued relationship with the Twins.
As of 2018 they have revealed to me their true names: Miro and Mano.
Also, as of 2018 I’ve begun doing some sort of spirit-type work, now under the mischievous tutelage of a pair of fox spirits and others whom I know very little about.
In early 2020 I began work under the quiet guidance of Tlazolteotl, who may be asking me to pick up where I left off with my Lay Counsel service.