The Peace of the Hall:

Rules of Engagement for the New Witch Wars

“Love is the desire to see positive outcomes for the self or other; Grace is the ability to leave aside wrongs and approach differences with understanding; Trust is faith in the basic good intentions of the Other. Without these three, no relationship - sexual or otherwise - can be healthy.” 

“Love is the desire to see positive outcomes for the self or other; Grace is the ability to leave aside wrongs and approach differences with understanding; Trust is faith in the basic good intentions of the Other. Without these three, no relationship - sexual or otherwise - can be healthy.” 

 
 

Are you tired of being abused?

The new Witch Wars blaze through our community with all the heat and fury of a Medieval inquisition. In this era of social media, former friends turn bitter & dangerous rivals over any perceived slight. We need an approach to encountering our differences in a healthy and productive manner - one that does minimal damage to our relationships, organizations, & spaces. Sadly, we must also stand prepared to do battle when our fellows just won't honor the Peace of the Hall.

Katessa S. Harkey is the Storyteller of Spiral Cult Circus, a small Hermetic Fraternal Order in Portland, OR. A member of the occult community for 14 years, she has weathered through many a spat in this fracas - and hopes to see just as few of them into the future as possible!

 

 

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This straight-forward system, based on the options actually available to you and the other in real-world encounters, helps you to navigate uncomfortable interactions in any context. Elemental correspondences tie the system to the parts of the self, tactics, virtues and vices.

This straight-forward system, based on the options actually available to you and the other in real-world encounters, helps you to navigate uncomfortable interactions in any context. Elemental correspondences tie the system to the parts of the self, tactics, virtues and vices.