The Coven Ethos

The coven is run by the members for the members and whilst there is no hierarchy there is a core group of members that make decisions on an open vote basis. There is no room for ego or for those that seek authority.

Our High Priestess and High Priest are in name only although do take their role within the Coven very seriously and are very protective towards their members. We consider our members to be family and expect the same in return.

6 thoughts on “The Coven Ethos

  1. Big step contacting you. My life has been at a standstill for more than 10 years and I think someone put a spell on me. I used to have powers when I was a child but my strict religious upbringing drowned these abilities. I want to regain my powers so that I understand what happened to me. I wish no harm on anyone: just sending back these spells to whoever made them. I want to have the courage to say that I am a witch.

  2. Reading this and your page, and the line “expect our members to be family”, my soul sang! I’ve been feeling the urge and desire to be apart of a coven very strongly recently. I’m a heavily eclecitc practitioner. And I feel like this coven would be a good place for me to come to. I’ll see if I can get a slot on the June course 😀 blessings x ❤

  3. I have waited a long time for an opportunity to join your coven. I am drawn towards your ways, your spirituality and the protectiveness towards your members. I am now ready to take the next step and hope I will be given a chance to show my sincerity and genuine belief in nature, deity and goodness.
    Blessed Be

  4. Hi Elderthorn

    I am so interested in joining Elderthorn coven .
    I have always been interested in Wicca but didn’t know where to start .
    I love the ethos and beliefs . An I would love to start a new journey.
    Lucy x

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