Pagan Community Codes of Honour.
The following are various forms of Codes of Conduct as presented by various Pagan Communities. These in no way represent allPagan Paths, Tradtions or Faiths and are not to be taken as structure of beliefs for the Pagan Community as a whole.
CPC Personal Code of Honour
Golden Dawn Rede, NROOGD
Source: New Reformed Orthodox Order of the Golden Daw
Covenant of the Goddess
- An ye harm none, do as ye will.
- No one may offer initiations for money, nor charge initiates money to learn the Craft.
- Any Witch may charge reasonable fees to the public.
- Witches shall respect the autonomy of other Witches.
- All Witches shall respect the secrecy of the Craft.
- In any public statement Witches should distinguish whether we are speaking for ourselves, our coven, or our Church.
- All these Ethics are interwoven and derive from 'Craft Law'.
Margot Adler, Drawing Down the Moon, (Boston: Beacon Press, 1979, 1986. 2006 edition) p 101
Eclectic Pagan Ethics
Source: an early 1980's article on ethics
- Know yourself.
- You are free;
- And if it harms no one, including yourself, do as you will.
- Whatever you do comes back to you.
- Power is gained through knowledge.
- Do not worship stupidity.
- If you harm none, do as you will.
- Whatever action you take will return to you threefold.
- Judge not the path of another for her or his path is sacred.
Source: writings on ethics in the MD Tapestry BOS
Feminist Dianic Ethics