Wikipedia does not care about you or me being qualified scholars. Wikipedia is not a scholarly site, but a summary of sources that speak for themselves. We all have the right to edit, but there are rules to make sure that proper sources are used for appropriate articles and editors are civil. -- In other words: duh only book-lurnin we likes 's frum books, not school-folk wit deir fancy-shmancy deeplomas. Ye ain't gots to be unschooled to edit, but ya bettah bring yer damn sauces like uh chef at tha Italian resteeraunt.
I was born Methodist, raised a liberalBaptist, and now refer to myself as a Zen Baptist. Ever since I was young I've had an interest in religion and mythology. In high school I became interested in philosophy, and began reading about "occult" topics as an extension of mythology studies. I took a little time off between high school and college and spent most of it in the library going through most of the books on religion, mythology, philosophy, and occultism. I majored in English (in theory focused on composition, in practice focused on literature), minored in Secondary Education, and took way too many elective courses.