Coven Membership

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Becoming a Member of the Circle of Cerridwen

If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area and would like to become a member of the Circle of Cerridwen, send an email to am at or dagda at with information about yourself and your spiritual path. If the current coven members agree, a meeting will be arranged with you and the coven to talk about who we are and what we do. After that, if agreed, you will be asked to come over for one or two of our magick nights. If you have any questions about this process, please feel free to email us.

Open Source Alexandrian Coven Membership

Anyone can work the Open Source Alexandrian rituals and practices, as that is the idea behind open source. However, it has come to our attention that there is a need for organization in order to facilitate the movement of information and evolution of the tradition.

Kindred Covens

Kindred Covens are covens that have direct association with the Circle of Cerridwen in California. Covens are considered Kindred under the following conditions:

  • One or more initiates/members of the Circle of Cerridwen have formed their own working coven in the SF Bay Area.
  • Any initiate of the Circle of Cerridwen forms their own coven outside of the SF Bay Area because they have moved out of the area.
  • One or more members of an Affiliated Coven or Group becomes an initiated member of the Circle of Cerridwen. (In person)

Affiliated Covens and Groups

Affiliated Covens and Groups are covens that utilize OSA’s rituals and philosophies, but are not a Kindred Coven with the Circle of Cerridwen. Affiliated Covens must adhere to the principles of the OSA Tradition as listed on the main page of our website, specifically in regards to gender inclusivity and not charging for teaching or initiation.

If you have any questions, please contact am at or dagda at

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