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Posted: February 12th. 2000

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Stewart Farrar: Testimonials 08

by Pagan Communities

Pax Vobiscum
Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 07:42:58 (EST)

In the early 1970s I gave you a cream rose in John's shop, Northampton.
You inscribed a book for me, & although we were of very different Craft backgrounds, we managed to get along.
I'm sure the Goddess has you in her arms, both of you, & is not done with you yet. Floss.

'Floss'
Kettering



Farewell to a friend I never met
Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 06:23:09 (EST)

The Witches Bible was the first book I read upon beginning my studies of this path, and its lessons and guidance have proved invaluable. Although, as with many here, I never met Mr. Farrar, I know his presence will be sorely missed in the pagan community. My sincerest condolences to Janet and Gavin. My fiance is helping me find my path, but I will always cherish the start the Farrars gave me with their work. Fare Thee Well, may we meet in the next world.

Sl‡n.

Andrew and Silvara
Sheffield, England



With Great Thanks
Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 06:21:42 (EST)

I am new to the craft, and through Stewart and Janets works I have learnt so much, and I am forever grateful.

Adira Ellette
Cork, Ireland



Good Bye, i know your watching me :)
Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 05:47:29 (EST)

I resently got The Witches Bible. The book is amazing thru his writing ive learned alot. I know your there helping me on my way back to the light. Thank you, thank you so much for all that youve done for me. Thanx for being here for me while i find the light, the meaning so this so called life. Your a truely great man. Blessed Be!

Lost Soul
littlegothicboy@netzero.net



New to the Craft
Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 03:09:09 (EST)

Although I am new to the craft, through reading Stewert Farrar's obitutary, I am drawn to read more about a man that has been described so vividly.
May his family take strength in the love and admiration that has been afforded him in many articles and emails, web pages and phonecalls. The pagan community has obviously lost an old friend.
Blessed Be

Ravenshadow
London



May never his lessons be forgotten.
Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 01:04:57 (EST)

A wonderful way to see a great man off to the next realm. Though sad may we be, Mr. Farrar now dwells in a land much greater than ours. With love, may his soul continue on it's destined path.

John G.
Kansas City, Kansas



Forever In Our Hearts
Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 00:49:26 (EST)

Forever in our hearts you will be,
as you have passed on to the Summerlands.
Always will we remember your words of wisdom,
of friendship and of knowledge.
Goddess Bless you as your memory lives on.

Raven Wolf
Las Cruces, NM



Hail and farewell, Stewart!
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 23:27:40 (EST)

Death is not a door that closes, but one that opens...and we walk through. When we Witches stand in the temple between the worlds, that door disappears and the living and the dead commune as the eternal spirits that they are.

"To fufil love, you must return again at the same time and at the same place as the loved ones; and you must meet, and know, and remember, and love them again."

We'll meet again, my friend.

Taliesin Athor Govannon
HP, Coven of Caer Arianrhod

Taliesin Athor Govannon
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio



We will miss your gentle wisdom Stewart
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 22:31:01 (EST)

Stewart and Janet Farrar's books on Wicca and paganism in general set me on my correct path for the rest of this mortal life. I want to give you my deep heartfelt condolences Janet, but to let you know it is only in the blink of an eye for the universe that we're on this Earth...all who know and love Stewart will re-join him one day in the Summerland for eternal reunion. Your friends are many and loving admirers are many thousandfold...

Eolh93
Tampa, FL USA



His spirit lives on
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 22:21:53 (EST)

Dear Janet and Gavin, I am sorry for your loss, but I know that Stewart will always be with you in spirit. He was a great teacher, and those of us who read his books will miss his guidance. Though I never met him in this life, I feel his words have touched me deeply, and I am sure we will meet someday on the Other Side. I know, as do you, that he is now in the loving arms of the Goddess. I offer my condolences to you and all of Stewart's family and friends.

Blessed Be!

Raymond Thomas
rayandsteph@saber.net



In Respect, Love and Gratitude, To Stewart
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 20:14:12 (EST)

While Stewart has passed to the Summerland, his light will never diminish. The fire of knowledge, reverence to the Gods and Goddesses, and understanding burns brighter from his touch. Magick and compassion were not simply concepts for him; they were a way of life.
One of our communities Dearest Elders, Stewart Farrar, while gone from this plane of existence, will never be forgotten.

My heart and thoughts are with Janet and Gavin. I also wish to send them my heartfelt thanks for having shared this wonderful teacher with us.

Brightest of Blessing,
In love, respect and gratitude,

Nymue'
Maryland US



Blessings, light and love
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 19:45:55 (EST)

Thank you for all you have given us and those who will come after us. Thank you for showing us the way and for coming
into our lives when we needed you.

Maybe next time around we will meet, but just because we didn't this time doesn't mean I haven't felt your loving influence.

Stazia DeVine
Long Island, NY



Hail and Farewell, Beloved Elder!
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 18:54:28 (EST)

I had the privelege of meeting Stewart Farrar on several occasions, and also of hearing lectures that he and Janet presented. My personal impression was of a cordial, very knowledgeable man with a deep commitment to his work and his spirituality (these two things were no doubt one and the same to Stewart). I was saddened by the news of his passing, and I offer sympathy and blessings to Janet, Gavin and all who love and miss this honored Elder of our community.

Jeff Kalmar
Northern New Jersey



I may not have known him peronally but I know of him & I know he will truely be missed
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 17:55:02 (EST)

There is so many thing I could say about this great man. But first it is a great losses to me personally to have never met him, What I know of Stewart Farrar came from his work. He was a very influencutal man and had an very influence over my life I and I am sadden to think that future generations my not be able to learn from this great man as I did. But I guess they will have to live with the knowlegde he has already shared. Even though I think he had much more to give.

Joleane Walker
Chico, California



We will miss Mr Farrar's Knowledge and Wisdom
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 17:51:06 (EST)

I don't know what to say because many of you have already said what should be said...anyway...
We didn't know the personal side about Stewart Farrar although it appears...by reading his books...
It's a kind of hipocrisity to say that we miss the personal side of him..those things...the family and close friends will say...we can just say what we are going to miss...what we know about him..and what we could know more..but he didn't have the time to tell us...
We are going to miss his Knowledge, his wisdom, his good sense...everthing of good he could show us through his books...

We are going to miss you Stewart, but we hope to find you somewhere else, and in another time, maybe...who knowS?
I know that what I have just said was kind of annoying but it is what I feel...and I don't know how to express it better...
Janet: We are here for you...and with you!

***** MaGiCkLuNa ********

Maria
Portugal



Farewell to Stewart
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 17:41:36 (EST)

I send love and support to you, Janet and Gavin. I am so glad that Stewart passed softly into the next world.

I feel blessed that we were able to connect so deeply with the three of you in Avalon, Witchconsin in '95 and again in '96. I will not forget the occasion, in ritual, in which Stewart did not want to leave his audience with the Dark Goddess/Crone/Receiver of the Living in the Underworld. He said that he was prepared to stay with Her without fear. This was in 1995. It is my hope that that experience was a comfort for him. We all must feel Her embrace, and I think Stewart knew it would not be far away. "Unto Me all things must return..."

He was remarkable for so many reasons. He taught the Avalon Community in workshops, but the real teaching came through his conversations and his example. Everyone in Avalon fell in love with the three of you.

May Goddess comfort you, Janet and Gavin. Know that the entire Avalon Tribe sends you love. We feel so priviledged to have known Stewart, and we know he is enjoying the greater mysteries on the other side.

Hail and Farewell, dear Stewart. May the Old Ones receive you and celebrate with you in their Halls. I raise a glass to you, dear Elder.

Merry Part until we meet again. With love and blessings,

Lady Lhianna Sidhe
Toledo, Ohio



stewarts' passing
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 16:17:06 (EST)

i died from the mineral and became a plant;
i died from the plant andreappeared in an animal;
i died from the amimal and became a man
wherefore then should i fear?
when did i grow less by dying?
next time i shall die from the man that i may grow the wings of angels.
from the angel, too, i must seek advance;
all things perish save his (her) face.
once more i shall wing my way above the angels;
i shall become that which entereth not the imaginations.
then let me become naught, naught, for the harp string crieth unto me,
verily unto him (her) do we return.......

Rumi (Sufi poet)
next time

Elizabeth
Wrexham, UK



For Lady Janet
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 15:47:52 (EST)

Janet
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

My name is J.W. Plogger and on behalf of myself and The Nu-Abbey of Thelema, I would like to express our deep sympathy for the loss of Mr. Farrar.

It was yours and Mr. Farrars writings that started me on the path to spiritual discovery. In a world that is full of pretenders, He stood out well above the rest. I know that I will miss his works greatly.

We here at the Nu-Abbey wish you well dear Lady, and offer ourselves to you should you need anything. You may reach us at abbey_of_thelema@altavista.com

Again, we send our love to you. Take care dear Lady. I will always remember Mr. Farrar as the one who inspired me to become the spiritual being that I am. Although I didnt know him personaly, my heart is still broken.

Love is the law, love under will.

With love and respect,

The Nu-Abbey of Thelema

"Rest in the arms of the eternal Goddess dear teacher"

J.W. Plogger Jr.
Charlotte, North Carolina USA



Farewell to Stewart
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 15:46:29 (EST)

When we got involved with Wicca, about 13 years ago, the first books we read about the subject were "The Witches Way" by Stewart Farrar and "Witchraft for tomorrow" by Doreen Valiente. Both authors have been our guides and mentors throughout the years. No matter how many books we read about Wicca, Doreen, Stewart and Janet were the authors we kept going back to because we respected their views and admired their books.

Both Doreen and Stewart have left this physical sphere now. We never met Doreen, but we were lucky enough to meet Stewart, Janet and Gavin in Amsterdam and participate in the ritual they did. We talked to Stewart and he signed some of his books we had taken with us. We will always remember Stewart as a wise man, with a good sense of humour. These days our thoughts are also with Janet and we wish her all the strength she needs to get through these hard times.

Joke & Ko Lankester
Utrecht, Netherlands



To a Teacher
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 14:01:39 (EST)

Merry Meet,
To Janet I share in your sorrow.
I feel I have to say thank you to both you, stewart, and Grant for helping to bring new life into modern witchcraft. Without teachers like you I would never have been able to become the person I m today. Witch craft saved me from myself. Now I'm a better person and I have a happy life and I believe that the teacheings of wicca did that for me. . As history goes Stewart is now and will always be one of the most renoun teachers of the 20h century. And for that I Thank you and wish you and wonderful journey to the Summerland. You will be deeply missed.

Stone Silverhawk
Caseyville, Illinois

Lisa Wideman
Caseyville, Illinois



Summer Land
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 12:07:02 (EST)

May the Goddess heal the pain and embrace you in her arms and give you the strength you need. Bright Blessings, Janet and Gavin.

Love, Raven

Raven
Louisiana



In Memory of a Wiccan High Priest
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 11:53:52 (EST)

I wrote this last year when a friend and HP passed the ninth wave.
I think it is fitting to pass it along now.
Stewart Farrar was one of the elders of the Craft, I wish I could have known him

In Memory of a Wiccan High Priest

A Friend, A Witch, A Wiccan Priest
To our sorrow is now deceased.
Our sorrow and sadness, Strikes to the bone.
Though our Gods have taught us, He is now home.

Our Lord has led him, Through the gate of Sea
To the Northern Land of Summer, Where Happy is he.
Embraced by our Lady, With Love in her arms.
In a land of beauty, with no sorrows or harms

There he rests, In peace, Love, and Joy.
Someday to come again, as a little girl or boy
He rests there now, as if on Summer Break.
Deciding next life, what lessons to take.

For death and life, are one and the same.
Opposite players in the exact same game.
Each unto the other, A balance to be
Like the roots and branches of a magnificent tree.

Loved and beloved by his very dear wife.
Who taught him to forget his sorrows and strife.
And the love they shared, was meant to be.
It was as deep and abiding, as the Sea.

Miss him we shall, for a friend was he.
Husband, Lover, Brother, As he intended to be.
A Guide and a Guard, a Sword and a Spear
Protecting those his heart held dear.

But reunion will come, again we will meet.
In the Land of Summer, Where Sorrows are fleet.
In Love shall we gather, and hold each other near.
Till, Someday we return with another body, in another year.

Shieanar Nightsonge Moonchilde

Fr. Michael Adams
Oklahoma State Director PACT
Pagans in Action, Council for Truth
Padaman@aol.com
ICQ 9700381

Fr. Michael Adams
Spiro, Oklahoma



Thank You, Stewart Farrar
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 09:43:13 (EST)

When I first learned of Stewart Farrar's passing, I found it difficult to believe: he had seemed so young and vibrant and alive in his books, I hadn't realised how many years he had been on the Earth. Although I never had the chance to see him in person, the books bearing his and Janet's name, and later Gavin's, had a profound influence on me, and on those in the covens I helped found here in Finland. His work will continue. My deepest sympathies to Janet and Gavin, who will miss him most.
Blessed Be, Kela the Wanderer

Deborah D. Kela Ruuskanen
Helsinki, Finland



Changed, Not Dead Says Nature's Book
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 08:59:40 (EST)

For the past eleven days, thoughts of Stewart and his selfless work, and gentle wisdom have permiated my thoughts and feelings. He has left us so much, and will live on in and through the people who loved him and have grown through reading his words. I have thought long of Janet and Gavin, and what a difficult, sad time this must be for them. My heart and all the supporting energy that I can muster goes out to them. I met you, Janet and Gavin, in October 1997 when you came to Boston (Vinnie Russo's shop) and the following day for your lecture at the UU in West Medford, MA. Your words and strength with stay with me always. Allow me to write these words for Stewart, and also to comfort and guide you Janet and Gavin:

May you always walk in sunshine, and the God/Goddess'love around you flow, for the happiness you gave us, no one will ever know. It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone, a part of us went with you, the day the God/Goddess called you home. A million times we've needed you, a million times we've cried, if Love could only have saved you, you never would have died.

My thoughts, support and love are with you Janet and Gavin.

Diane Marie Cahill
Boston, Massachusetts



Every journey has an end, and every end is the begining of a new adventure.
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 08:39:29 (EST)

When I was little Janet and Stuart came and stayed at my house. It was not until i was older when i started really reading the books and studying closely the religion i was raised in that I fully understood what an honor and privilege it was to have been in the presense of such wonderful people.
Thank you so much. I hope your journey is a safe and pleasant one.

Until we meet again,
all my love.
Sarah.

Sarah Marie Dove, Daughter of Devyn and Dove.
Somerville NJ



Thank You
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 08:39:29 (EST)

You gave me more than anyone i've ever met and i never even saw you. Thank you for all that you have done for wiccans around the world. You shall never be forgotten.

Mark Enser
Cheltenham, England



Never be forgotten
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 08:39:29 (EST)

Stewart Farrar will be missed, but never forgotten. My heart goes out to his loved ones.

Brigid
North Carolina



The Community loses another Great Elder
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 05:16:47 (EST)

My deepest sypathy to Janet for her loss. Although my first knowledge of the Farrars was through their book, A Witches Bible Compleat, and as a Gay man I was concerned & insulted by their stand on Gay men in Witchcraft, still I used the Witches Bible to further my education and continued to read everything the Farrars wrote. I was happy to learn that they were strong enough people to apologize for their words and say they were "wrong". This made me admire these two folks more than I can put in words. The community has lost 3 important people recently, Marion Zimmer-Bradley, Doreen Valiente and now Stewart Farrar...I wonder, will there ever be other respected authors & elders like those we lost? Stewart, may The God & Goddess take care of you until you see fit to join us here in the physical world again!

Grandfather Star
Boston, MA



My Mentor and Friend
Friday, February 18, 2000 at 02:16:47 (EST)

Stewart,

Thank you for your gift of mentorship via your pen. My HPS sent a copy of What Witches Do 15 yr. ago. Your book inspired me and kept the fire alive until I became of age to study with my coven. It now sits tattered and held together with ribbon. We meet in Maryland years ago and you were kind enough to sign a first edition copy of WWD for me. All of your writings sit on my shelf and are now required reading for a new generation of students.
Thank you Stewart for offering your mentorship to those who could not physically be in your presence. Your wisdom lives on.
Blessed Be

Anastasha
Tempe, Arizona



Deepest Thanks
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 23:50:29 (EST)

Thank you, Stewart, for so eloquently illuminating the path we tread. Your words gave me the confidence to follow my heart.

Rest well, dear friend.

RenŽe Emerson
Houston, Texas



Fare Thee Well
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 23:10:38 (EST)

A pleasant journey to the Summerland. Your book OMEGA shall always be my favorite. I read it nearly 17 years ago and it impressed me more than any other book I ever read.
Janet, I feel for your loss, it must be great. I shed tears when I read your tribute to your husband. The love that jumped out at me from those lines was tremendous.

Blessed Be
Sedona SilverStar

Sedona SilverStar
Mechanicsburg, Pa



Merry Meet
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 23:05:14 (EST)

Merry Meet

it sad me to hear another great teacher has passed on too the summerland you'll be hounered swerart in my full moon ritail saturday ..... My heart an spirt will miss you an your family is in my thoughts travel safly in to the summerland unitl we meet again....

Once we had many teachers bradly sterwat an cumminghamm now there passing but they will live on in the works an teachings...

Merry Part an blessed be Until we meet again

the _wicca

Delana Darrow
Oklahoma



Merry Meet, and Merry Meet Again
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 20:41:16 (EST)

We are saddened to hear of the passing of Stewart Farrar. We will dedicate our Full Moon Ritual on February 19,2000 to his memory, and celebrate his life, his accomplishments, and his unselfish contribution to the worldwide Pagan community.
Our thoughts are also with his wife Janet, their family and friendsin this sad time.
Love and Brightest Blessings....

The Ladies of Greenwood Coven
Kutztown, Pennsylvania

eclectasy1@hotmail.com

Ladies of Greenwood Coven
Kutztown, Pennsylvania



Farewell and thank-you
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 18:56:28 (EST)

Thank-you Stewart and Janet too for the best and truest boks and education about witchcraft and paganism since "The Alex Sanders Lectures". With all of the "fluff" and "New Age" garbage that coming out these days, I personally am grateful for your sticking to the genuiness of your works. I have learned a lot from you books, not only about Witchcraft as a practice and religion, but about pre-Christian history as well! Thank-you again. Janet and Gavin, please continue the wonderful work. To Janet: I don't know how to offer words comfort for you loss, but I hope that as time passes, your sadness will fade and the happy memories will linger. To Stewart: Good luck on your journey! "Unto you from whose eyes the veil of life hath fallen, may you be granted the accomplishment of your True Will....yea, the accomplishment of your Will".

Blessings and 93
Laurel

Lebrescia
Pitsburgh, PA



Inspiration and Education
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 18:34:48 (EST)

Stewart Farrar I bid thee farewell and Bright Blessings from our Lord and Lady. You have been a bright light of inpiration and education for me and many others in the ways of the Craft and will continue to be forevermore!

Blessed Be,
Sttone Eagle Sttar
(Doug White, Jr.)

Sttone Eagle Sttar
eaglestr@kellogg.cc.mi.us



Memorial
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 18:24:43 (EST)

We can no longer see him, but we can feel him, he is all around us. Blessings

Kye Willow
North Carolina



In Our Hearts Forever
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 18:24:33 (EST)

May your passage be lit by the Milky Way.

Marsha
Connecticut



Peace be with those left behind
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 17:01:24 (EST)

I never had the opportunity to meet this great Priest, but I found myself deeply moved by his passing. When I read the news my eyes misted, my body tingled. Later that night I lit a candle, and offered him a place to rest in his journey to the Summerland. All throuhout last week, whenever I saw the huge trees of the Pacific Northwest I was oddly reminded of him. Though his body could no longer do his work, remembering Stewart Farrar's spirit somehow made me feel like I did about those big trees. It sounds odd to say about trees, but they are like wise old grandfathers, comforting and solid. We've lost a Priest who comes along rarely, in any faith. It is strange to think of this man as mortal, but also good to be reminded. I believe Mr. Farrar is happily sitting in the lap of the Goddess, so my prayers and offerings are for Mrs.Farrar and Mr. Bone. I cannot comprehend your loss. Although it probably doesn't help much, please know that many of us are asking the Lord and Lady to look to you and bring you comfort.

Morgan of Ursa
Oregon



Gone is a fellow traveler
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 13:36:36 (EST)

It has been said that the greatest of us are those who have had an impact on other's lives. Stewart will be remembered by all who have seriously studied the Craft. By some with a sigh, a smile, and a memory. By others as a brother, a friend, a colleague. However we remember Stewart, it is a MUST that we DO remember him. I will remember him as truly a great man.

Brightest Blessings Stewart,
Shonsu Chioxin

Shonsu Chioxin
Bakersfield, Ca



Hearts Are Heavy
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 11:01:51 (EST)

It is a time for our Hearts to be heavy, and with pain. Yet another soul has passed! You do not need to know someone to love them, and Stewart, your thoughts and life has touched me so. As "Witche's" we are all family, and we must carry on. Blessed Be! to you and yours!

"Merry We Meet and Merry We Part,
Should Never Again We Meet,
We Will Remain True At Heart!"
Lord Shaker )O(

(Coven Of Oak)

Lord Shaker
Detroit, Michigan



You Will Be Missed!
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 10:36:44 (EST)

Go softly now, for we will miss you! I will see you again my friend!
Lord Shaker (Coven Of Oak)

Don Barton (Lord Shaker)
Michigan, U.S.A.



Fond Memories and Deepest Gratitude
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 10:29:34 (EST)

Stewart had a profound influence on my life as a Witch, and on the direction that my life in the Craft has taken. Meeting him, and Janet and Gavin in Calgary, and then visiting them in Ireland was truly a turning point in my personal evolution. Stewart's wisdom, his scholarly regard for the history of Wicca and Magick, his sense of humor, his ability to play, and his willingness to fully enter into the Spirit of the Craft was truly inspirational. We have lost a treasure - and the Craft Community will not see his like for a very long time. An Elder has gone on to Summerland, and we must grieve our loss even as we must celebrate his transition ... and rejoice in the knowledge of reunion when it is our time. Blessed be, Janet and Gavin ... you are in my prayers. May the Goddess give you the strength and wisdom to carry on Stewart's work. Blessed be, Stewart, and thank you - for showing the way so clearly, and for all of your gifts of words and ideas ... they live on, and ensure the future of the Craft, for those whom the Goddess and the God have called to be their own again in this time. We will always remember you.

Susan Hurrell
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada



Merry Part until we Merry Meet Again!
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 10:04:22 (EST)

I am sad to think that one of the best authors of our time has gone to the Summerland. The first book I ever read on Witchcraft was by Stewart Farrar. He will be dearly missed by all.

Merry Meet, and Merry Part, until we Merry Meet Again!
Blessed Be!

Arcana MoonStar
Middleburg, Florida



Merry Part until we Merry Meet Again!
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 10:04:12 (EST)

I am sad to think that one of the best authors of our time has gone to the Summerland. The first book I ever read on Witchcraft was by Stewart Farrar. He will be dearly missed by all.

Merry Meet, and Merry Part, until we Merry Meet Again!
Blessed Be!

Arcana MoonStar
Middleburg, Florida



Merry Part until we Merry Meet Again!
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 09:52:41 (EST)

I am sad to think that one of the best authors of our time has gone to the Summerland. The first book I ever read on Witchcraft was by Stewart Farrar. He will be dearly missed by all.

Merry Meet, and Merry Part, until we Merry Meet Again!
Blessed Be!

Arcana MoonStar
wiccabytch@hotmail.com



Thank You Stewart
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 09:48:59 (EST)

Thank you, Stewart, for what you have done for me. Your writings have touched my soul and I feel forever blessed.
You will be missed. Hail and Fairwell!

Vaughn Deel
vdeel@hotmail.com



A man who will be missed dearly by the community
Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 07:23:48 (EST)

One forgets that life is not eternal even to one's heroes, and so I sadly say goodbye to one of the most amazing Pagan authors of the century, I will miss your work.

Thalia Blazesong
Massachusetts




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