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Pagan Federation
Formationc. 1971
TypeReligious organization
PurposeServe UK-based community who identify with Paganism and Neopaganism
HeadquartersLondon, UK

The Pagan Federation is a UK-based religious advocacy group. Formed in 1971 as the Pagan Front, the group campaigns for the religious rights of Neo-pagans with the aim of educating both civic bodies and the general public.[1][2]

The Pagan Federation is a constituted voluntary organisation, registered as a private Company limited by guarantee, with exemption for use of 'limited' with Companies House on 22 August 2000, with its nature listed as a Religious Organisation.[3]


The Pagan Federation publishes the quarterly magazine Pagan Dawn, featuring articles, reviews, and research on both modern and historic Paganism.


The Pagan Federation believes that 'Paganism is the ancestral religion of the whole of humanity'.[4] According to the organisation, for a person to be pagan, they need to only believe in the following:

See also


  1. ^ Jordan, Michael, ed. (2000). Witches An Encyclopedia of Paganism and Magic. London, United Kingdom: Kyle Cathie Limited. ISBN 1-85626-385-1.
  2. ^ The Pagan Federation (2008). "The Pagan Federation: Introduction". Retrieved 4 April 2010.
  3. ^ "Companies House company search". Companies House.
  4. ^ Morton, Cole (2010). Is God still an Englishman?. Great Britain: Little Brown. pp. 335–336, 339. ISBN 978-1-4087-0180-5.