I’ve read various descriptions, but the one that annoys me is the idea that it is a sphere. In most situations, the sphere construct just wouldn’t work. Suppose you have a 9-foot sphere, bisecting the floor or ground. Even if you stand right in the center of the circle, part of your body would be outside the sphere (since it would only rise 4.5 feet off the floor).
What’s your take on this? Do you see a 2D circle, a 3D sphere, or what?
If you don’t know what I’m talking about, please just ignore the question. If Christians and atheists can ask questions that assume everyone else here is part of their groups, so can Pagans.
I’ve always seen it as a 3-D sphere. I’ve always visualized it as a shimmery bubble that nothing can penetrate that I don’t allow. My question is, why does it have to be 9 feet? That’s too Gardnerian for me. Make it any size you like. Make it 20 feet. That’s the beauty of being a Pagan or a Wiccan. There’s no doctrine we have to bow to. We create our own. Make that bugger big enough for an elephant. 😉