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Witches must follow the Wiccan Rede, "An' ye harm none, do what ye will."
No fees can be charged for initiations (admission) or initiate (new member) training.
"Reasonable fees" may be charged for services that earn a living.
The autonomy (self-governing) and sovereignty (independence) of other witches and covens must be respected.
Witches should be mindful of both the unity and diversity of their religion.
Bridget Bishop . . . 157 Robert Calef . . . 165 Rachel Clinton . . . 171 Nathaniel Hawthorne . . . 179 Cotton Mather . . . 185 Samuel Parris . . . 193 John Proctor . . . 203 Ann Putnam, Jr. . . . 213 Samuel Sewall . . . 223 Tituba . . . 229
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