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May the blessings of the Goddess and God be on all who keep these Laws which are ordained. If the craft hath any appanage, let all guard it and help to keep it clear and good for the craft. For none may come to meetings with those with whom they are at variance. So, an either cannot agree, get hence, for the craft must ever survive. And this be chiefly by giving monies and rich gifts to receive his favour for their great god is ever in need of money. But as our gods need our aid to make fertility for man and crops, so is the god of the Christians ever in need of man's help to search out and destroy us. For all know full well that so many folk have died because someone had a grudge against them, or were persecuted because they had money or goods to sieze, or because they had none to bribe the searchers. 'Tis sorcerors and conjurers and the priests of the Christians who ever accept money for the use of their arts. If you accept no money, you will be free from temptation to use the art for evil causes. All may use the art for their own advantage or for the advantage of the craft only if you are sure you harm none. MAY THE CURSE OF THE GODDESS BE ON ANY WHO BREAKETH THIS LAW. 124.'Tis judged lawful if ever any of the craft need a house or land and none will sell, to incline the owner's mind so as to be willing to sell, provided it harmeth him not in any way and the full price is paid without haggling. Never bargain or cheapen anything whilst you buy by the art. LAW OF THE LAND 126."Tis the Old Law and the most important of all laws, that no one may do anything which will endanger any of the craft, or bring them into contact with the law of the land or any persecutors. In any dispute between Brethren, no one may invoke any laws but those of the craft. Or any tribunal but that of the Priestess, Priest and Elders. It is not forbidden to say as Christians do, "There be witchcraft in the land," because our oppressors of old make it a heresy not to believe in witchcraft and so a crime to deny it which thereby puts you under suspicion. But ever say, "I know not of it here, perchance there may be but afar off, I know not where." 131. An this be not taking money for the art, but for good and honest work. And even the Christians say, "The labourer is worthy of his hire," but if any Brother work willingly for the good of the craft without pay, 'tis but to their greater honour. To those who cannot rule justly, the answer be, "Those who cannot bear your rule will leave you." 99. In the olden days when we had power, we could use the art against any who ill-treated the Brotherhood. For our enemies have devised a burning pit of everlasting fire into which they say their god casteth all the people who worship him, except it be the very few who are released by their priest's spells and masses. But they may, after great consultations with all, use the art to restrain Christians from harming us Brothers, but only to constrain them and never to punish. To this end men will say, "Such a one is a mighty searcher out, and a persecutor of old women whom they deemeth to be witches, and none hath done him harm, so it be proof that they cannot or more truly there be none." 111. Never accept money for the use of the art, for money ever smeareth the taker. Only if all are satisfied that none may be harmed, may the art be used. If it is not possible to achieve your ends one way, perchance the aim may be achieved by acting in a different way so as to harm none. But when one of our oppressors die, or even be sick, ever is the cry, "This be witches' malice", and the hunt is up again. These speak as if they were well affected to us, as if they would come to our meetings, saying, "My mother used to worship the Old Ones. So for this reason we have our hidels, and men searching long and not finding, say, "There be none, or if there be, they be in a far country." 105. But any misuse of the power might raise the persecution again. So never break this Law, however much you are tempted, and never consent to its being broken in the least. If you know it is being broken, you must work strongly against it. And any High Priestess or High Priest who consents to its breach must immediately be deposed for 'tis the blood of the Brethren they endanger. And they oft have good ideas and such ideas should be talked over in council. But if they will not agree with their Brothers, or if they say, 42."I will not work under this High Priestess," 43. If the torture be too great to bear, say "I will confess. Not all magistrates are bad, if there be an excuse, they may show mercy. If you have confessed aught, deny it afterwards, say you babbled under torture, say you knew not what you said. To obtain relief from torture say "I had an evil dream, I was beside myself, I was crazed." 66. You go to death and what lies beyond, the ecstasy of the goddess. To avoid discovery, let the working tools be as ordinary things that any may have in their houses. Let the pentacles be of wax so that they may be broken at once or melted. Degrees of Lewdity A very lewd text based sex adventure game.

Ever remember ye are the hidden children of the Goddess so never do anything to disgrace them or Her. Never boast, never threaten, never say you would wish ill of anyone. If any person not in the Circle, speak of the craft, say, "Speak not to me of such, it frightens me, 'tis evil luck to speak of it." 81. But to others, ever say, "'Tis foolish men talk of witches flying through the air. And men say that witches all be blear-eyed old crones, so what pleasure can there be at a witch meeting such as folks talk on ? And say, "Many wise men now say there be no such creatures." 85. Their priests ever tell them that any who get our help are damned to this hell forever, so men be mad with the terror of it. But they make men believe that they may escape this hell if they give victims to the tormentors. That none shall use the art in any way to do ill to any. And many have died because they were scolding old women. And they sell pardons to let men escape from their sins. But ever speak of them as old crones, consorting with the devil and riding through the air. And ever say, "But how may many ride the air if they be not as light as thistledown." 133. And may the blessings of the gods be on all who keep these Laws, and the curses of both the God and the Goddess be on all who break them. Remember the art is the secret of the gods and may only be used in earnest and never for show or vainglory. Magicians and Christians may taunt us saying, "You have no power, show us your power. I just kept going back and forth up the line (only stopping to have her eat a conjured apple or take an invigorating elixir to keep her needs manageable).I found that leveled me up the quickest because there was no down time between "conjure apple"casting conversion ritual or finding someone to Fire Blast/Ice Blast. If they try to make you speak of the Brotherhood, do not. But if they try to make you speak of impossibilities such as flying through the air, consorting with a Christian devil or sacrificing children, or eating men's flesh, 65. The Brotherhood is powerful and will help you to escape if you stand steadfast, but if you betray aught there is no hope for you in this life or in that to come. Be sure, if steadfast you go to the pyre, drugs will reach you, you will feel naught. Write the names and signs on them in ink before consecrating them and wash it off immediately afterwards. And though they slay ten of their own to one of ours, still they care not.

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