I am your humble FireMaster Rebel and I have important words to tell. Look around and understand this sacred ground, this sacred land. Lo! the FirePit, dug with care, a central pivot for us here. The fire needs to stay inside the pit: that safest place made for it. Do not remove from off our fire! Do not add onto our pyre! If there's something private you need burned, we fire tenders have long since learned it is okay for you to ask US to perform so pyro task. It's all about the circles, all about the cycles: CO-CENTRIC CIRCLES, and celestial cycles. When first we dug this fire pit we pulled a lot of dirt out of it; piled in a circle round where the flames are lit, this is not a safe place for you to sit! This CIRCLE OF EARTH about which I talk protects the path where the fire tenders walk; and to drown out sparks and clear a safe path, the very next circle is given a water bath. Around this WATER CIRCLE white stones have been parked and by their henge, the four directions marked. East is orange for the dawn, South, yellow daylight on the lawn; West is grey as the setting sun while North's dark blue, as the day is done. Circles ensure that wind from any direction will feed the fire with constant perfection while the widest edges of the fire's hot rim are at the bottom, where cool air flows in; as hot fiery sparks from the center rise high to float in the air and cool in the sky. Around the STONE CIRCLE is a grassy expanse, a place for all you twirly dancers to prance. The Stone Circle protects, with its fire-proof ledge, those dancing around the GRASS CIRCLE's green edge separating them from the inner, and hotter, fire tender's path through the Circle of Water. Now around the Grass Circle are benches and wood (for beyond the dancing, sitting is good) and around this WOOD CIRCLE, drummers do sit, forming a DRUM CIRCLE all around it. And around this Drum Circle is a GREAT CIRCLE of spectators! partaking in all the shared love. The fire begins deep underground fueled by natural wood that we found we swore not to kill nor to be mean and try not to burn anything vibrant nor green with the brown and the dried and the already dead are the flames of our fire gently fed We start off small, with a kindling pyre and slowly build, into a great Bon Fire! So, if the inner circle's where you stand I suggest you understand: you will get hot, you will get wet four pails of water have been set for all to use as a sink (rinsing only, do not drink!) but do remember to rehydrate and drink fresh water at a steady rate for the most important lesson learned is that no one here should get burned! So, if you're hot, please do not stay but turn your back and step away bend down below the heat and smoke then inhale, before you choke And DO NOT BLOCK THE EXIT LANE! these escape routes must remain but do come closer, if you're cold to warm yourself, both young and old and open up your minds to see what elements these circles be: WOOD, STONES, FIRE, EARTH, AIR, WATERS! For good tones, higher myrth, and fair daughters, these final words I will employ: Welcome all! and please enjoy!