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« Reply #1: September 29, 2007, 08:52:31 am »

The degree system is mostly for that reason (and I like the traditional aspect of a degree system), not so much to work as a hierarchy amongst coven members.  My biggest question is, for anyone who has worked in a coven with degree systems:  what sort of criteria had to be met to officially go onto the next degree?  How did you know when you were ready to move from a 1st degree to 2nd degree

I have tons of comments on this, but must run off and go do stuff for our Pagan Pride Day (which is related to my getting my 3rd degree, in part.)

One thing to think about, until I can get back to you (either Saturday night or Sunday morning) is this: in a lot of systems, the degree system is somewhat a heirarchy - but it's because the higher degrees have taken on a deeper and greater responsibility to the well-being of the group, and therefore are more directly involved with and responsible for decisions than people who haven't taken on those responsibilities.
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