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Stewart Farrar: Testimonials 04
Type of Passage: Death
Date of Passage: February 7th. 2000

Author: Pagan Communities
Posted: February 12th. 2000
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I honor you, Stewart Farrar
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 18:34:26 (EST)

Thank you for your words and thoughts, that will forever live in the pages of books, to be read for generations to come. Thank you for being an example for Witches everywhere. I hope that you and Doreen are holding a Circle in the Summerlands, in the beautiful sunshine. I know that the Lord and Lady are smiling to have you.

My sincere condolences to Janet and to Gavin, and to everyone near and dear to his heart.

Bright Blessings,

Rhiannon Whitefeather

Michigan, USA

Blessings and condolences
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 18:22:58 (EST)

When I heard last Wednesday that Stewart had passed, I was struck with the deepest grief that I have known in a long time, even though I never met him in this lifetime. He was and will continue to be a shining light to all who would follow the path that he and his partners, Janet and Gavin, set forth in their books.
To Stewart: My thanks for the wisdom that you have brought to us all; may you rest well, and may your time in the Summerlands heal and strengthen you for when you choose to return to us.
To Janet and Gavin: You have my deepest empathies. To lose such a beloved man as that is difficult beyond words, even while his passing was gentle. May you find within both yourself and your friends all the strength that you might ever need.
Merry meet, merry part, and merry meet again.
Brightest blessings to all,

Concord, California, USA

Across the sunset seas to Tir na nOg....
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 18:05:44 (EST)

I never have had the opportunity to meet Stewart, Janet or Gavin, but early on in my studies of Wicca--while still searching--I found a copy of "A Witches' Bible Compleat" and decided that it would be a most helpful resource. It opened my eyes to the ways of Witchcraft and whetted my appetite to learn more. I can but offer my deepest thanks to Stewart and Janet, and my deepest condolences to Janet and Gavin, and my hopes that somewhere out on the Great Spiral Path, we shall all have a chance to walk together and chat much.

Rest in peace, Stewart. Se 'do bheatha.

William Canu Bleidd
Memphis, Tennessee

To My Spiritual Grandfather
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 17:40:17 (EST)

I came across a first edition of Stewart Farrar's first book on Wicca, "What Witches Do," in my high school library. I was doing a research paper on Witchcraft in England, and thought to use this book as a reference.

Not only was it a reference, it changed my life. When I read his words, so calmly, and rationally put forth, an understanding came upon me, that there was a religion that -made sense- to me. So, on a moonlit night in my fifteenth year, lacking a coven, and not knowing any other soul who practiced the Old Ways, I knelt, and called upon the Goddess, and offered Her my heart. Without Stewart's words, I would never have taken that momentous step, nor would I be here, now, 19 years later, a respected Priestess.

One of my most precious memories from attending Pagan gatherings, is when I met Stewart, Janet and Gavin, at Starwood several years ago. I got to speak to them at length, and told Stewart how much his book meant to me. He asked if I would like an autographed copy of it, but I shook my head and told him no. He had no need to write his name on paper for me, for he had already written it on my heart.

Stewart wrote on many hearts, not just my own. To the two whose hearts he held most dearly, Janet and Gavin, I send my love and blessings. He is waiting for you in the Summerland, and in the end, we will all meet again.

Blessed be.

Columbia Maryland

Monday, February 14, 2000 at 17:33:57 (EST)

How wonderful to hear your passing to Summerland described as Gentle. You are a Gentle Man. Wise Witch, you again show us the gentle path and go before us to show the way. Bright Blessings and Goddess Healing to all who walk a bit behind you. We honor your earthdays and delight in your guiding light on our own pathway to Home.

South Carolina, USA

Farewell Mentor
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 17:12:31 (EST)

To Janet And Gavin...our sincere sympathy in your time of darkness, from which new Light shall emerge.Through your many books and videos we have journied far along on our Pagan Path. I've come to look upon Stewart as a very intelligent and kind mentor, having never met the man or his lovely Consort.I personally will sadly miss not hear from him, for from you Stewart I've learned what it takes to be a well rounded Priest." You have been with Me from the Beginning, and Ye shall be with Me until the end." Rest Well faire Sage for Ye hath done much for the Good of your kind. Laze in the Summerlands, smell the sweet scent of Peace, feel the vibrance of the Goddess as she rocks you sleep, for it is She
who shall return you to carry on such a grander life.
Rest Well Dear Friend... I'll See You on the Other Side. )0(

Icarus...CP Tryskadekaluna Coven
Gloucester City, New Jersey

Farewell Mentor
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 17:11:39 (EST)

To Janet And Gavin...our sincere sympathy in your time of darkness, from which new Light shall emerge.Through your many books and videos we have journied far along on our Pagan Path. I've come to look upon Stewart as a very intelligent and kind mentor, having never met the man or his lovely Consort.I personally will sadly miss not hear from him, for from you Stewart I've learned what it takes to be a well rounded Priest." You have been with Me from the Beginning, and Ye shall be with Me until the end." Rest Well faire Sage for Ye hath done much for the Good of your kind. Laze in the Summerlands, smell the sweet scent of Peace, feel the vibrance of the Goddess as she rocks you sleep, for it is She
who shall return you to carry on such a grander life.
Rest Well Dear Friend... I'll See You on the Other Side. )0(

Icarus...CP Tryskadekaluna Coven
Gloucester City, New Jersey

Thank you for sharing and teaching the Craft via your books and life
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 17:08:47 (EST)

The books that Stewart, Janet, and Gavin wrote were wonderful tools for learning. I met Stewart, Janet, and Gavin at Heartland, where they were speaking. They worked together as a team.

So many of us have learned so much from Stewart, as well as Janet and Gavin. While "we" can never fill the gap that Stewart left in your team, please let us try. We are all of the same community, and the same team. A part of Stewart lives on in each of us, who listened to him, and read his books.

Merry Meet, Merry Part, and Merry Meet Again!

Kansas City

Passed to the Summerland, but his words still to be read
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 17:05:15 (EST)

He will be missed. As an Irish witch, he was a great guiding light for me.
He has lit the beginings of my path, and with his remaining work that I have
yet to read will continue to help and guide. He will be missed, but few have done as much in the little time we are allowed. Centuries of buried knowlege rediscovered, and prejudices conquered. An example to us all.

Darren Morrison
Dublin, Ireland

Go gently into summerland
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 16:24:10 (EST)

I have learned many great things from Stewart and Janet. They have taken on wonderful journey, that will live on in me forever. Thank you Stewart for all your wonderful thoughts. I whish I would of met you one of my greatest teachers. My thoughts are with you Janet. Go gently into summerland and may we meet one day.

Victoria Canada

Hail and Farewell
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 15:55:21 (EST)

What can I add that hasn't already been said about this great man.
I was deeply influenced by your writings and by your new attitudes towards traditions.
Your wisdom will be missed but not forgotten.
Blessed Be Stewart, May the Lord and Lady watch and Protect you always!

Johnson City, TN

The Finest in Teachership
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 15:52:35 (EST)

I never had the honor of meeting Janet and Stewart, and yet they have had a profound influence on my life through their writings and the fine examples of teachership they have been. Knowing that Stewart no longer walks with us in this life leaves me sad and a little empty feeling, and wishing there would be more wonderful lessons. Alas, this cannot be, and although I and many others feel poorer for it, we are rich indeed to have had such a brilliant and balanced teacher in our lives. Brightest Blessings to you Stewart, and rest well.
To Janet, Gavin, and the rest of the community I send you my heartfelt wishes for peace and love at this time.

Michelle (Marea) Menhennet
Niagara Falls, Canada

Now in Summerland
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 15:34:47 (EST)

Dear Janet and Gavin,

May the comfort of the Gods reach out to you in your time of need. Please remember that Stewart's life was lived for a greater purpose and he did the work of the Gods with a style and grace most others will never match. He was a Sage and Highpriest of the highest caliber. This is a chant we use in our funeral rites. Hope you like it.

'Lo there do I see my father.
'Lo there do I see my mother and my sisters and my brothers.
'Lo there do I see the line of my people back to the beginning.
'Lo, they do call to me. They bid me take my place among them.
In the Vales of the Summerlands, where the brave may live forever.

Merry Meet and Merry Part
and Merry Meet Again.

Shanna Rowanspear
Bremerton, Wa.

Fare you well, Stewart
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 15:32:15 (EST)

I only got the chance to meet you and your wonderful Lady wife, Janet
once, but it's something I'll never forget. I wish you joy as you go into the
Summerland and peace to Janet as she goes through the difficult task of getting used to life without you. May you both be blessed always.


South Bend, Indiana, USA

The most important man in my quest to find a path
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 15:29:09 (EST)

I along with many others bought The Witch's Bible Complete as my first introduction to the ways of the Pagan life. I cannot thank Stewart and Janet enough for their wisdom and insight in helping me along the path. Back in the late 80's living with the British army, Pagan ways weren't very popular, if it hadn't been for their books i would have felt even more alone.

Thankyou, I know you will rejoice in your new life.

Pam King
Bath, England

Go Gently to the Other Side
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 15:27:50 (EST)

Stewart Farrar's wonderful writing and his example of being a Wiccan, stand as tribute to his life. He will not be soon forgotten. May you go gently to the other side and abide in the arms of the mother.

Lady Kristena
Dallas, Texas

Thank you
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 15:05:31 (EST)

I remember going into a closing-down book store and buying everything on the witchcraft shelf: Gardner's books and most importantly "the Witches Bible Complete". It was my very first real Wicca book- I had been toying with spell books, but they didnt satisfy me. Something seemed so familiar about the pages. The pictures seemed like distant memories. I devoured the book over the course of a few days, seeming to remember more than learn.

Oh Stewart! How finely you brought us back to the Craft! I commend you and salute you and bid you safe passages! Your light shall ever grace us when we open the pages and savor beauty within!

And to Janet, I wish you comfort and compassion. May the Lord and Lady speed thier grace to you.

Temple of Isis Epona

Emmachia/Rona Russell
Middle Tennessee

Go gently Stewart...
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 14:56:29 (EST)

I never met you, but I will always remember you fondly.

Your writings have been a source of wisdom and inspiration to me. I can't count the times I've been thinking about a ritual or working and have said to myself, as I reached for one of your works, "What would Janet and Stewart do?". May the Old Ones welcome you as a great scribe....

My thoughts and blessings go out to Janet, Gavin and the rest of your loved ones.

Blessed Be

Doug Burgess
Vancouver BC

A Soul full of Strength
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 14:51:25 (EST)

In such a time as when he began, it took strength to let people know and not be ashamed of being a witch...I just want to say that he helped alot of people find their true identies and be brave enough to travel the Wiccan/Pagan path... He will be missed and my thoughts are with his family and friends...Here's to you, Stewart Farrar...Blessed Be!

Faerie Moon Child
Amarillo, Texas

A wonderful Teacher will be missed...
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 14:43:37 (EST)

I had the honor and rare opportunity to meet with Stewart, Janet, and Gavin
at Starwood Festival years ago, and was able to speak to him at length. His
patience and gentle manner, and his insight made my study of the Craft more
interesting and enjoyable. I will miss his counsel and observations. I wish
Janet and Gavin consolation in their berievement. May he dwell in peace
and contentment in the Summerlands in the care of the Lady and Lord for as
long as he may require. Let us all remember him fondly, and may he greet us
when our time shall come.

- Vegtam

Karl Baldwin
Bridgewater, New Jersey

A Soul full of Strength
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 14:42:10 (EST)

In such a time as when he began, it took strength to let people know and not be ashamed of being a witch...I just want to say that he helped alot of people find their true identies and be brave enough to travel the Wiccan/Pagan path... He will be missed and my thoughts are with his family and friends...Here's to you, Stewart Farrar...Blessed Be!

Faerie Moon Child
Amarillo, Texas

at peace.....
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 14:31:03 (EST)

A great man, artist, author and beautiful soul. Stewart will be missed in this world and very welcomed in the next.

A brother may not be a friend, but a friend will always be a brother-
~Benjamin Franklin


Thank you
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 14:21:49 (EST)

Thank you Stewart, for your wonderful books that helped wrap me in a world of beauty and for those words that made me feel at home every time I read. And to Janet, et sincere condolences. Goddess Bless!

Silver RavenCat
Calgary, Canada

A Gracious Man
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 14:07:06 (EST)

I met Stewart and Janet about 6 years ago. I had not yet read any of their material, but I was impressed with their knowledge and their graciousness. May his family and friends find comfort in the God and Goddess. He has left a wonderful legacy.

Brenna Huntington

Blessed Be
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 13:36:44 (EST)

As a child of the 60's and 70's, my education was founded in the "Old Guard", I of course own a copy of the Witches Bible Vol. 1 and 2. As a leader of our coven the Imbolc Ritual was a task left in my personal care. During this time of the year many freely celebrate Brid and it has become "her time of the year".

I wanted to interject a remembrance of the God as this season is also a commemoration of the "Lord of Death" and his promise of spring both for the earthbound and for the spiritual. Having a bit of writers block, I found myself quickly shuffling the familiar pages of Janet and Stewart's bible.

What I found was the perfect blend of both traditions and one of the most meaningful Imbolc texts ever written. I have noticed that others who have posted also came to the same ritual conclusion this year. It is my hope that this "coincidence" may serve to remind us that a new spring is promised to us all and when it is time Stewart will receive his. In his memory I can only resound with two words: Blessed Be.

Steven E. Repko
New Jersey

Dear Stewart
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 13:13:53 (EST)

Though I only met you briefly you touched my life. May your stay in the Summerlands be filled with joy and restoration.

You will be sorely missed,

Eva Orsini

Eva Orsini

Beloved, counted now as great amongst the ancestors
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 12:53:09 (EST)

During the week of Imbolc, I had an urge to go Old School in my workings. So in my preparations I re-read the opening and closing Circle rites. And as achallenge for myself, memorized for the first time the Witches' Rune. The residuals of the rites are with me even now such was its joy and power. In going Old School, re-reading the Witch's Bible complete, I had touched uppon the one of the main reasons for my being on the path for these 11 long and solitary years. I was re-awakened to what it means to be a Witch in this day and age; that it has and will always be about the Earth, the beauty and magic and sacredness of Life, the wonder and wisdom and ,yes, the romance of the Old Ways. Little did I know when I had gone on-line to search for Janet and Stewart's web site, thathe had been called to the side of the Goddess and the God that very morning. All I could do was cry at the terminal, thinking : First, Scott, then Doreen and now Stewart. I think that in my sadness, I felt the whole of all the Wise, living and Beyond, weeping. So, I left a message at the site. I called to share the news witha friend in Salem.
Though I have never met you Lord Farrar, I mourn your leave-taking, but do not begrudge you your well deserved seating by the Mother and Her Consort. You are now, for me counted among the beloved ancestors, the Mighty Ones of the Old Ways. Till such a time as you are asked to don the garments of flesh and walk this world again for the Goddess, I say to you: Well done..Thank you and Blessed Be.
My heart goes out to you and your Lady Janet; May the Goddess shelter you in Her winged arms and give you peace.
Yours in the Goddess,
Julian Dana Bonney
(Saimhotep Aset Noxcygnus, Witch and Goddess servant of Great Mother Isis)
Las Vegas, Nv

Julian Dana Bonney (S.A. Noxcygnus)
Las Vegas, Nevada

He is with our Mother...
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 11:36:00 (EST)

With the death of Stewart, I feel a great loss, just as the entire Wiccan community does. But not nearly as much as Janet and Gavin do. The work he has done will never be forgotten, regardless of time. He has returned to our Mother, and while we mourn his loss, we should also celebrate, for he will return. We may never reconize him, meet him or know him in his new life, but his spirit shall live on. And it will be a good one.

Veshka Valkyrie
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

He will be missed....
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 11:33:53 (EST)

Merry Meet!

I did discover Stewart Farrar until I entered the Craft three years ago. I will sorely miss him. He was great for our community and he did so much. I am greatful to him for the place the Craft is now. We would not have been where we are now without his brilliance. May he be blessed and find peace and love in the afterlife.

Merry Part! )0(

Zandra nightmoon
Tacoma, Washington

Never to be forgotten.....
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 11:22:01 (EST)

I did not discover the Farrars until I got into the Craft, and now I live by their books. I never met Stewart, but he has inspired me, as he surely has a lot of people.
Janet, my father always says that no one is ever gone whilst we remember them. And so Stewart can always live on through his books, his teachings, and everyones love for him.
Merry Meet, Merry Part, and Merry Meet again, scribe, sage, witch.

Leicester, England

Thank you
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 11:14:12 (EST)

I wish to express my sincere condolences to Janet and Gavin in their lost of a great man. I have read several books writen by this great man and find confort that his message will live on forever in the hearts of many Pagans if not all of us.

Ottawa Ontario Canada

A new journey...
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 11:06:26 (EST)

I've never had the opportunity to meet him, but his books have touched my life. I can hardly express my feelings but here's an attempt:

The winds of fate and time,
Scatter us like leaves,
Or new fallen snow,
Some fade quickly,
Others become corrupt,
And yet again,
There are a few,
Of their own accord,
Dance upon the winds,
And dare to linger,
And before they die,
Leave their spark,
Upon those ever present winds,
As markers for those to come,
and dance upon the winds,
To light the way home.

May his spark never die.

Chandra (lil'Ryven) Tolmie
Ontario Canada

Farewell Stewart
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 10:05:16 (EST)

I never got the chance to meet Stewart, but those who have, shared a number of stories with me.

I gained a lot of knowledge for Stewarts books and value each and every one of them.

Thank You Stewart for everything you have given this community

Raven Spirit
Kansas City Mo

Thank you, Stewart
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 10:03:39 (EST)

My old copy of The Witches' Bible is ragged and well worn, a few pages fall out, and the back is broken, but I wouldn't trade it for the world. Thank you, so very much for sharing. Your message didn't fall on deaf ears. I celebrate your life and I wish you godspeed on your next, new journey.
Thank you!


He will live for eternity in our hearts!!!!
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 09:54:05 (EST)

My heart goes out to you. I know sometimes there is nothing one can
say to ease the loss of a loved one. I too, recently lost my my son (who would
have been 17 on 1/12) back on 8/12. But know in your heart, that Stewert's Legacy will live on for eternity, and in essence, makes him imortal! For someone to have such a positive impact on mankind is truly an HONOR!!! And most importantly, to know that you will meet again is comforting!! Brightest Blessings to you, and THANK YOU!!! Thank you for making OUR lives more whole!!!

Blessed Be!!!

Aradia BlueWind
Orlando, FL

Goodbye Old Friend
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 09:25:25 (EST)

Stewart, we only got to know you for a short time during your and janet's stay with us, but over the years, we grew to respect and admired you for what you have done for the Witchcraft religion during your years on our Mother Earth. We honor you here as a friend and leader. Blessed Be and Merry Part. Rhuddlwm and Cerridwen Gawr - Church of Y TylwythTeg, Welsh Tradition in America.

Rhuddlwm and Cerridwen Gawr
Kennesaw, Georgia

Monday, February 14, 2000 at 09:23:13 (EST)

The Gods move in mysterious ways! I first met Stewart Farrar 40 years ago in England, whilst still at school, before either he or I knew Wicca even existed. At the time ( about 10 years before he met Janet) he was dating my geography teacher, who later became his fourth wife. When we met again, he gave me photographs he had taken of me on school trips to Dorset, England and Avignon, France when I was 15. After I moved to Ireland, Stewart would joke that I was his "oldest friend in Ireland". I said that could not be so because of the gap in our acquaintance. He smiled and said "Oh!, we won't worry about the gap!". After a longer than usual time of study (he said I was ready, but I thought I still had 'L' plates on my robe!) Stewart initiated me into his Coven. He has been my valued mentor as well as a friend. The things I will remember most about him are his gentle and subtle sense of humour, his way with words, his smile, and the way he had of always being so encouraging to everyone. He inspired confidence in all whom he met; and has been very kind in praising my own writing and photography - which I find humbling considering his own lifelong expertise in those fields! I was privileged to attend Stewart's unique and moving cremation service in Dublin with Janet, Gavin, Stewart's family and Pagan friends. As an omen to reassure we Pagans that reincarnation is a fact; on a bright, breezy afternoon with small white clouds, a large dark cloud moved behind the chapel and a rainbow briefly appeared - arching over its roof at the exact time Stewart's coffin arrived from Kells. We will "meet, know, remember and love again." Hail and Farewell, Dear Stewart! Jill

Tipperary, Ireland

Hail and Farewell...
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 08:55:51 (EST)

I never met you but my heart and mind filled with your teachings on this my true path and calling. Thank you for the work you did here in being one of the first few who were not afraid. May the Goddess Embrace you with Her Wings, My Lord.

Weep not for me but rejoice - my pain in gone
and I shall always be with you...Blessed Be

Dawn Marie
Boston, Massachusetts

Thank you
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 08:25:17 (EST)

He was a truly wonderful person and I was lucky enough to speak with him on several occasions. In fact, it was at my first Pagan festival that he spoke from the perspective that if there is a divine creative force in the universe, then we are all worshipping the same one, regardless of what we might think. Since I was still dealing with some of my Christian roots, it was a very comforting thought. Stuart touched me in a way that set my feet back on my path that first time and I enjoyed every other moment spent in his presence. He will be missed, but I like to think he is simply blazing new trails for us in the next Mystery. Goodbye Stuart. May your time in the Summer Country be sweeter than we can imagine. Merry Part...

Talyn Songdog
Mayretta, Jorjah

Hail and farewell...
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 07:52:33 (EST)

It was Stewart's book 'What Witches Do' that brought me to the old coven in Leytonstone so many years ago where I first met the Goddess. It was there where I learnt the old ways, learning my craft at this great man's feet. Now Stewart, dear Stewart, although I am joyous for your passing to the Summerlands, I grieve deeply, for I have lost my spiritual father. Hurry the day when we will meet, and know, and remember, and love again. Hail and farewell, my best beloved High Priest.

Sandy Brock
Blackpool, Lancashire

We are listening...
Monday, February 14, 2000 at 07:45:20 (EST)

You are with us and your voice is clear and strong.

Nothing has changed while evrything is changing.

Cincinnati, OH

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