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Pagan Ethics.

Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
At all the times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as ever you can...

 

As such a varied bunch, Pagans are often questioned about the fact that we do not have a "set' of ethical beliefs, set in stone by a Religious text, such as the Chrisitan Bible. However this does not mean that Pagans consider ethics to be a moot point, nor does it mean we do not have ethical standards of behaviour.

The most commonly known ethical code is that of the Wiccan Rede, however this does not apply to all Pagans and nor should it. Each and every Faith and Tradition has it's own set of ethical guidelines and I have tried to include as many of them as possible here for your studies.

If you notice an ommission, or error or your Tradition is not represented here, please contact us and we will gladly add your information or correct the details.

 

Pagan Statement of Beliefs

Primordial Wytches Rede of Chivalry

Primordial Wytches Pledge

Pagan Community Codes of Honour

Paganism's Ten Commandments

Wytches Creed

Wiccan Rede (Long Version)

Thirteen Principles of Wytchecraft

Asatru Codes of Conduct

Eleven Spiritual Laws of Paganism

Practical Laws of the Craft

7 Solitary Laws

10 Golden Rules of Paganism

 

Nine Satanic Statements*

*Note: this has been included as a reference, as so often we are compared to Satantists, (if not downright accused of being one - no offence intented to those who choose that particular path) we feel it is important to understand exactly what we are being compared to.

Sources and Resources

Terra Sphere Book of Shadows