Sign the Declaration of Deeds as an Individual

The main purpose of the Declaration of Deeds is to provide a kind of litmus test for groups so that individuals can know as a bare minimum baseline where a group or kindred stands on the issues of folkism, sexism, and racism by signing onto the declaration.

In this way, an individual searching for a group that was not folkish could know that at least at face value that the groups listed as signatories on the Declaration of Deeds espouse principles of inclusion.

While the Declaration of Deeds was not specifically designed to be signed by individuals, I know that many individuals want to be able to express their agreement with these principles. This page is designed for just that.

If you would like to sign onto the Declaration of Deeds as an individual to show your support for the principles this declaration stands for, you may make a comment below.


By commenting on this page, I am declaring my support for the principles outlined in the Declaration of Deeds:

392 thoughts on “Sign the Declaration of Deeds as an Individual

  1. I,Linda of East Anglia, believer of the All-Father pledge myself to the Declaration of Deeds and vow to follow my path without discrimination and hatred.

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  2. I, Wyatt, follower of the Old Ways, do fully agree with and sign the Declaration of Deeds, and vow to practice my religion and live my life without discrimination and hatred.

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  3. I, Ethan, sign the Declaration of Deeds, as a proclamation that I will always contribute to the fight against hatred. Our worship of the old gods has no room for discrimination, and perhaps one day we will see a time when we no longer have this problem.

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