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Group Description

This Yahoo Group is the primary communication venue for the greater Annwfn Community. We encourage all people with a connection to, and an affinity for, our sacred land to be present and to participate in this digital extension of our shared connections. Through this resource we discuss our magickal experiences on the land, we share information, pictures and more, we plan rituals, events and projects, we report on official business and we grow closer. Bring your heart and joy and join us!


If you wish to join this group, you *MUST* introduce yourself and describe your connection to the land and or this community in the message sent with your group membership request. Membership requests that don't have a 'self introduction' will be ignored.


Please help us keep the email list traffic manageable by posting only on topics relating to/for Annwfn. This list holds the expectation of respectful conduct and consideration of others. There are some general guidelines on mailing list etiquette available at Wikipedia.


This list is a private, sacred space. Please help us foster a sense of trust and privacy - do not repost or forward list messages elsewhere.


For information about Annwfn and its history, see the Annwfn.org website.


For ways to support Annwfn by your tax-deductible donations visit the Donating to Annwfn page.


For information on events at Annwfn, visit the Event Calendar.


For information about the Annwfn support group Friends of Annwfn, Inc. see the [still being developed] FoA, Inc. website.


Blessed Be!

Group Information

  • 140
  • Paganism
  • May 23, 2003
  • English

Group Settings

  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are not permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages from new members require approval.
  • All members can post messages.

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