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Index of Rituals

This is the collection of documents dealing with rituals and rites that I have tried to assemble. Here you will find many (at least as many as I can find in all this &$$#&* stuff.) of the rituals that I will use (at some point in time.)  I will continue to work on this and every other directory in here, to make sure the accuracy and completeness of all that I publish here.

I have put all the links to the different documents in the navigation bar at the bottom.  All you have to do is to click on the link, and it should load up here for your viewing pleasure.  

Once again, if I had the credits and copyright to these articles, they are included in the article itself.  Please do not steal anything from here.  You can read it, print it, use it, but you cannot publish it to make money off it.  That is illegal and a violation of the Rede.  If you find your work here, unaccredited, please email me at Daven@davensjournal.com and I will fix it as soon as I can.

I have tried to format everything the same. The "stage directions" are in italics. These are the "move here, do that, pick this up..." directions. The speech is either in text or in bold. And everything else is just written.