Before the sacred circle starts at 7:00 PM Central Time in the USA anyone entering the chat room is welcomed to socialize with anyone else that is there. Socializing time starts at 6:00 PM CT for Esbat and Sabbat gatherings Ask Lady Beltane questions about lessons or anything else. During Open Chats please come and go anytime you want to. Please check our Homepage under “Coven Life Events” for dates and times of the open chats.
Once the circle starts ALL SOCIALIZING AND COMMENTS must stop unless you see the word EVERYONE in the ritual. You will get one warning if you break this guideline. If you do it a second time you will be asked to and expected to leave the gathering immediately. There will be no exceptions to this guideline. If you do not leave you will be banned forever from ever entering Coven Life’s chatroom again.
No one should enter or leave the chat room from 7:00 PM CT until the circle is finished. To enter or leave the chat room (computer knocking you out of the chat room during this time is the only exception for re-entering the circle) during this time breaks the circle and whoever is leading the circle needs to take their time and energy to close it up again.
All electronics in the room you are in during the gathering should be shut off except for the device you are using to access the chat room.
No one will be allowed to use foul and/or rude language in the chat room at any time during an Esbat or Sabbat gathering or during the open chats. Anyone not following this guideline will be banned from the chat room immediately forever.
Anyone attending a gathering is welcome to stay after the circle is done to visit with the others and/or offer other ideas for the ritual performed at that gathering.
These are simple guidelines and show courtesy to all coven members and visitors. Not obeying all of the guidelines will get you banned from the Coven Life chatroom forever.
Any questions about these guidelines can be sent to Lady Beltane at email@example.com with the subject line “For Lady B Guideline Question.”