- Dianic tradition is difficult to define because it has a limited historical basis and no formally defined doctrine.
- Dianic Reading List
- Suggested readings on Dianic Wicca and related topics (cont.). Recommended Reading (cont): Virgin, Mother, Crone, Donna Wilshire.
- CHEMICAL MODIFICATION OF DIANIC EPOXY RESIN BY
- been synthesized via chemical modification of dianic epoxy resin with V. Nazarov et al.
- Unitarian Universalist Pagans Observe the Sabbat of Lammas with a Summer Barbeque
- One woman described her practice as eclectic while two others told me theirs is Dianic. They seem to derive their cosmology largely from what they can reconstruct of Iron Age Celtic worship.
- Dianic Wicca - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Dianic Wicca, also known as Dianic Witchcraft and Dianic Feminist Witchcraft, is a tradition, or denomination, of the Neopagan religion of Wicca.
- Dianic Witchcraft
- Dianic Witchcraft is a woman oriented form of Witchcraft. It is the only form of Witchcraft that is exclusively female.
- Dianic Wicca ~ Z Budapest ~ Wicca
- Dianic Wicca website for women practicing the Dianic tradition of wicca as per the teachings of Z Budapest.
- Dianic Web Sites
- Jul 6, 2000 Dianic Web Sites: There are presently 13 Dianic Web Sites listed. 1/27/05, Dianic Nemorensis Tradition, Claudiney Prieto.
- Z Budapest's Dianic Univeristy
- Learn about Goddess centered Dianic witchcraft as inspired by Z Budapest.
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