Listening-Owl has missed a perfectly good opportunity to enlighten the Wiccan and Faery communities by displaying subtle negative feelings toward the Celtic community, e.g. “Many books have been written about Irish and Celtic faerie traditions of the past. I’m not going there” (Listening-Owl, 2008, p.16). I find this statement quite peculiar in that quite a few of the sections in Faerie Wicca refer to the Celtic traditions such as Dryad Tree Magick, Glossary of Celtic Tree Ogham (Which was given us by the Faery King of the Tuatha de Danaan God Ogma), Help from the Dark Fae, as well as Sea Faerie Summoning. Personal views and prejudices over shadow throughout.
I think the Wiccan Rede says it best
Bide the Wiccan Laws ye must
In perfect love and perfect trust
Eight words the Wiccan Rede fulfill,
An ye harm none, do what ye will.
Lest in thy self-defense it be,
Ever mind the rule of three.
Follow this in mind and heart,
And Merry Meet and Merry Part!
Manipulating another person to suit your notion of what will do them good is in fact just another way of benefiting oneself without thought to others. So In closing I have but one thing to add and that is
Ever mind the Rule of three… For the Goddess is watching!