Covenstead

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A covenstead is a building or area that a witchcraft coven (or church) has designated as their permanent ritual area.[1] In addition to a building owned by the coven, this ritual space can be a room in the home of the High Priestess or other coven member, a rented space, a public park or other outdoor location, land belonging to the coven, or even an astral temple.

References[edit]

  1. ^ K, Amber (2003). "The Covenstead". Coven Craft. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn. ISBN 1-56718-018-3.