Membership in the Temple of Nature is open to anyone who shares and supports our Declaration of Principles.
People who sympathize with our position and wish to participate in some of our activities without formally belonging to our group are called Friends of the Temple.
There are two levels of membership: General and Priestly. The membership levels are divided by the duties and by the type of training that is received in the Temple.
Individual Conduct Standard
Members accept responsibility for their own actions, understanding that they affect the name of the Temple. The members are responsible for living their life in a way that inspires respect for the Temple. Members respect the faith and beliefs of other people and their right to choose the path that is right for them.
Members of the Temple of Nature
* Temple members must assume a formal education commitment to the Temple of Nature by registering and completing studies at the School of Mysteries.
* Members must support the Temple through donations, time and energy that will be dedicated to the growth of the Temple and the achievement of its purposes.
* This membership is open to graduates of:
> Bachelor program of the Templar Theological Seminary.
* Priests and priestesses must support the Temple through donations, time and energy that will be dedicated to the growth of the Temple and the achievement of its purposes.
* Priests and priestesses can access the advanced programs of Templar Theological Seminary.
Structure of the Temple
Community / Group: oriented to serve the members of the Temple and the general public through the application of the sacred arts and sciences studied and preserved by the magical tradition of the Temple of Nature.
Templar Mystery School: aimed at educating the general public and members of the external order in esoteric philosophy, magical practices and healing arts.
Templar Theological Seminary: oriented to educate and specialize priests and priestesses of the Temple of Nature.
Resignation to the Temple of Nature
Members can resign at any time by sending a letter of resignation addressed to the Council of Elders. This action implies waiver of any title, designation or position of authority. The resignation will be effective within 30 days from the date of dispatch.
Refusal of Membership
The Council of Elders may, by majority vote, refuse membership to any individual who in their judgment does not conform to the nature, spirit and purpose of the Temple.