=The Divine is present in nature, and so nature should be honored and respected. Everything from animals and plants to trees and rocks are elements of the sacred. You'll find that many solitary practitioners are passionate about the environment.
=The idea of karma and an afterlife is a valid one. What we do in this lifetime will be revisited upon us in the next. Part of this idea of a cosmic payback system is echoed in the Law of Threefold Return.
=Our ancestors should be spoken of with honor. Because it's not considered out of the ordinary to commune with the spirit world, many feel that our ancestors are watching over us at all times.
=The Divine is present in all of us. We are all sacred beings, and interaction with the God/ and or Gods is not limited just to the priesthood or a select group of individuals.
=Everyone is responsible for their own actions. Personal responsibility is the key. Whether magical or mundane, one must be willing to accept the consequences -- either good or bad -- of their behavior.
=Harm none, or something like it. While there are a few different interpretations of what actually constitutes harm, most magick practitioners follow the concept that no harm should intentionally be done to another individual.
=Respect the beliefs of others. We have no Recruiting Club in magick and that we are not out to preach at you, convert you, or proselytize. We are an open minded group who recognizes that each individual must find their spiritual path on their own, without coercion. While a magick may honor different gods/ and or god than you do, we will always respect your right to believe differently.