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« Reply #5: August 19, 2008, 09:01:38 am »

I have never come across a "Chaos Coven".  I loosely define myself as a Chaos Magician, and I enjoy group work from time to time.  What's a Chaote to do?  While I can certainly perform Chaos inspired rituals and magic on my own, there are certain activities that just require a group.  For example, it's pretty difficult to perform a multi-part chant in the round by yourself.  So, what do I do?  Personally I've chosen to join and work with more conventionally Pagan groups because that's what exists in my area.  This doesn't conflict with my beliefs, and for the most part it doesn't seem to bother the people I work with.  (The exception being idealogical disagreements.)


Ok, so I'm not quiet sure I know what Chaos Magic(k) is yet. I've loosely have looked over it from time to time but never have quiet got the grasp of what it is for a person to practice it.

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So, to my fellow Chaotes, are you willing to work with non-chaos groups, or do you choose to go it alone?

For non-chaotes, does the idea of a Chaos Magician in your circle bother you?  Or do you find it acceptable?
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