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As the tag line states, this is a Searchable list of chants for ritual and inspiration.

The hope and goal of this web site is to make it all that much easier for folks to join in, speak up, sing out, and vibrate with Spirit.

Too many of us have been scolded to shut up or be quiet because we don’t have “singers’ voices”. Too many of our Circles and rituals have suffered from the mumbled dirging of those too embarrassed to use their voice as a result of this conditioning.

Everyone can chant. Spirit wants to sing through us. If we want to speak our truth, we must not be afraid to use our voices. Spirit wants to hear you. And be heard by you.

Obviously this archive can never claim to cover every chant that one might sing to converse with Spirit, but our goal is to list a wide enough repertoire so the conversation can at least be lively and interesting.

If you know of a chant that should be here, please contact us and let us know so we can add it.

A few notes to keep in mind:

  • This is completely non-profit. Nobody here is making money. This is for information and service to the community.
  • We do our best to be accurate. This can be like herding cats. Lyrics are sometimes fluid and difficult to pin down. Rhythms and melodies are always subject to interpretation. If you find what you think is a definite error, please contact us and let us know.
  • We do our best to credit the composers/artists whose chants we post. This can also be like herding cats, and the same caveats as above apply. If you discover any misattribution, please contact us and let us know.
  • We would like to see the people that write/sing chants do well. If you like a chant, please support the work of that composer/artist. Sing their chant. Share it with your friends. Buy their CD. Leave a note telling them they rock!
  • We thought of calling this the “Pagan Chant Archive” or the “Fire Circle Chant Archive” but didn’t want to limit or scare away folks who may not exactly identify with those words. That being said, any chant or posting that we view as unfriendly or intolerant to those words or the above stated goals of this web site will most likely not be added here. All others are welcome!
  • We reserve the right to disallow or remove content from this web site for length, objectionable or inappropriate content.
  • If you would like more info or wish to add to this archive, please contact us.

Namaste and Happy Chanting!
– The Chant Archivists