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:

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

  1. I Shawn Owens hereby sign and pledge my support this declaration of deeds. I will uphold it’s standards and denounce folkism.

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  2. I swear to stand firm and true to the declaration of deeds

    That which will never die is the reputation of the one whom earns it well – Havamal,Odin

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  3. I, Cortney Stollings hereby declare my support of the declaration of deeds. I promise to uphold it’s standards and denounce folkism and hate of any kind.

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  4. I Logan do wholly agree with this declaration of deeds and will live up to and hold true to its standards and fight folkism.

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  5. I, Kob, agree to uphold the standards and declare my support for the Declaration of Deeds. So that all may continue to denounce any and all hate.

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    1. I swear to stand firm and true to the declaration of deeds

      That which will never die is the reputation of the one whom earns it well – Havamal,Odin

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  6. I, Shawn Stascheit, agree to uphold the standards and declare my support for the Declaration of Deeds. So that all may continue to denounce any and all hate.

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  7. I, Norberto S., norse pagan and believer in the old gods, sign the Declaration of Deeds and promise to uphold its values.

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  8. I, Stephen Griffith, sign the Declaration of Deeds, and swear to fight discrimination where I can, and to always have an open seat at the fire for anyone who has honor.

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  9. I Charles Vitanza; legally named Charles Richard Vitanza; do solemnly swear to uphold this declaration of deeds and to stand firmly against any and all kinds of bigotry and hold true to the points within this document.

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  10. I, Jesse Allan Parker, swear to uphold the principles in the Declaration of Deeds, and vow to uphold its standards from hence forward.

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  11. I, James Hines, alias “Vic Idunnsson,” endorse wholly the Declaration of Deeds and pledge to stand unwavering against all forms of discrimination both within and beyond Heathenry.

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  12. I, Sariel Le Compte, sign the Declaration of Deeds and shall denounce any form of discrimination in Heathenry. We are all family, and we must treat each other as such, no matter their race, ethnicity, gender, sex, sexual orientation, or any other difference.

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  13. I, Sariel Le Compte, hereby sign the Declaration of Deeds and shall denounce any form of discrimination amongst Heathenry. We are all family, no matter what differences we may have. Hate has no room in Paganism.

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  14. I, K.G.T. a LGBTQ+ pagan witch practitioner, sign the Declaration of Deed and promise to denounce any form of discrimination when I see it.

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  15. I, Saivite Wilson, uphold and support this Declaration of Deeds for my fellow humans and relations, those who reside in form and for those who do not.
    Hail Loki, Jai Kali

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