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- The Rise Of The Rede
- A Change In Emphasis The Wiccan Rede currently enjoys an extremely visible role in Paganism. As of this writing, a browser search using the term "Wiccan Rede" will generate no less than 4,000 listings. Go to a specific Web site with a "basics...
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- Raymond Buckland and Seax-Wica
- In my last blog about the Gardnerians, I indicated that, because of changes in his life situation, in 1973 Ray Buckland found himself at loose ends.
- Where would we be without Wicca? (Part 2)
- In Part 1, I proposed a thought experiment: Where would Neo-Paganism be today without Wicca? I began by tracing the development of Neo-Paganism from it earliest origins in the Romantic Movement through the Sixties Counterculture, in order to show that ...
- Wicca and the Fork in the Road
- (We are certainly not “Gardnerians All,” but the influence of Gardner's system is impossible to ignore.
- A History of the Craft in America: The Council of Earth Religions and the
- In 1973, Ray and Rosemary Buckland stepped down as leaders of the Long Island Gardenrian coven, turning it over to Judy and Tom Kneitel (Theos andPhoenix). Ray soon resigned from Gardnerianism, moved toNew Hampshire, and founded Seax-Wica.
- Druid Thoughts: Pick and Mix Paganism
- What about Seax Wicca? Or Druiheathens, or any of the other blends. Is it ok to blend Paganism with other kinds of Paganism, or has the Shamanic Kemeticist really gone too far?
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