the Pagan Federation
Pagan Federation was founded in 1971 to provide information
on Paganism and to counter misconceptions
about the religion. The Pagan Federation works for the rights
of Pagans to worship freely and without censure.
Pagan Federation publishes a quarterly journal, Pagan Dawn
as well as some other publications. It arranges members-only
and public events, and maintains personal contact by letter
with individual members as well as the wider Pagan Community.
There are regional conferences throughout the year, such as
the Devon and Cornwall Conference in Bude, Cornwall, in March.
You can join at any conference.The
aims of the Pagan Federation are:to
provide contact between Pagan groups and genuine seekers of
the old ways; to
promote contact and dialogue between the various branches
of European Paganism and other Pagan Organisations world-wide;
provide practical and effective information on Paganism to
members of the Public, Media, Public Bodies, and the Administration.
is open to anyone over 16 years of age.The
Three Principles of the Pagan FederationLove
for and Kinship with Nature. Reverence for the life force
and its ever-renewing cycles of life and death. A
Positive Morality, in which the individual is responsible
for the discovery and development of their true nature in
harmony with the outer world and community. This is often
expressed as: Do what you will, as long as it harms none.
of the divine, which transcends gender, acknowledging both
the female and male aspect of Deity.
join the Pagan Federation, ask for a membership application
form. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
address all enquires and applications to:
Secretary, The Pagan Federation, BM Box 7097, London WC1N
3XX, United Kingdom
Pagan Federation Welcomes all Genuine Seekers