There are many things I can say about myself, as poetic as I am able, sure – but truth is that I’m a rough, blunt human being. I work with fire, metal, leather, terra-cotta, and a whole host of other materials. I love to create and to build.

It’s been a hell of a long road for me, and I haven’t reached mid-life yet. I’m retracing my steps back to the now faded footprints of the healer after walking away from it, and I am re-learning, and evolving as I go. You won’t hear any claims from me about ancient lineage or some-such, as I have embraced my own place here in this modern world.

I am also an outsider. I’m always on the outskirts and edges looking in. After quite a long time, I’ve grown to not only accept it – but relish it. I’m not part of any ‘in-crowd,’ (basically, I’m not the ‘cool‘ kid in the class) in any aspect of my life from occupational work to my practice. My list of friends can be counted on one hand, but I feel rich indeed with my own house practice. There are numerous people who don’t like me, and… I can’t say I blame any of them.

But despite that, I always try to be open minded about things. I may be an asshole, but I try to be a pretty open minded one.

I am an Arctolator, worshiper and Spirit-Worker for my Primal Bear Mother. I do not think of myself as a wise-woman, because for one: I think I’m too young yet, and two: There are still things yet for me to experience, and live.


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    • My first book review! I was stoked!

      • Granted, the only thing that bothered me was the ‘evidence’ for Arta. I firmly believe her to be And-Arta, and I WISH that made it into the book. Sigh.

  1. M.A. Rivera

    Greetings. So, I was snooping around (via Google) for a particular mention of something on your blog and I bumped into ‘Antlered Weaver of Fate’. I’m curious if this book is available in print? I’m currently looking into deer deities (because I finally found a bit of info) and your book seems like it could be useful.


    P.S. Mea culpa if this shouldn’t be here but I figured it’d be better to comment here than on a post.

    • No, it isn’t in print, but if you email me an address I can send a PDF of my book. (bottledhammer@yahoo.com)

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  3. jmen

    Hello, I was wondering if it was still possible to get copies (either pdf or printed) of The Cavern’s Wise Woman: The Bear Goddess?

  4. I like you Heidi, I dig your blunt vibe. Keeping walking your own path, finding your own way & don’t give the masses no mind. You know who you are & I hope you feel how blessed & loved you are. Keep up the good work!

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