Wiccan Roots: Gerald Gardner and the Modern Witchcraft Revival

Wiccan Roots: Gerald Gardner and the Modern Witchcraft

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10 thoughts on “Wiccan Roots: Gerald Gardner and the Modern Witchcraft Revival

  1. Michael Michael says:

    Wiccan Roots is the first part of Philip Hestleton s two part exploration of the beginnings of Wicca In particular he tries to find evidence of a New Forest Coven of which all of modern Gardenerian and Alexandrian Wicca is a descendant If you are a Wiccan or like me just interested in Witchcraft this putative ancestry is a very important matter Hestleton is both thorough and ingenious in trying to find facts which support his thesis His account of the Rosicrucian Group to which the New Fores Wiccan Roots is the first part of Philip Hestleton s two part exploration of the beginnings of Wicca In particular he tries to find evidence of a New Forest Coven of which all of modern Gardenerian and Alexandrian Wicca is a descendant If you are a Wiccan or like me just interested in Witchcraft this putative ancestry is a very important matter Hestleton is both thorough and ingenious in trying to find facts which support his thesis His account of the Rosicrucian Group to which the New Forest Coven also probably belonged is inovative and entertaining A group of possible witches in Southampton seemed just plausible to me, basing my opinion on years of contact with similar groups All in all a very good read if you are interested in that kind of thing I look forward to reading Gerald Gardener and the Cauldron of Renewal


  2. Gryffin Veritas Gryffin Veritas says:

    Wonderful work lookingdeeply into Gardner and the origins of Gardnerian Wicca It s the one to read after Hutton s Triumph of the Moon as it goes further than Hutton was able to.


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10 thoughts on “Wiccan Roots: Gerald Gardner and the Modern Witchcraft Revival

  1. Michael Michael says:

    Wiccan Roots is the first part of Philip Hestleton s two part exploration of the beginnings of Wicca In particular he tries to find evidence of a New Forest Coven of which all of modern Gardenerian and Alexandrian Wicca is a descendant If you are a Wiccan or like me just interested in Witchcraft this putative ancestry is a very important matter Hestleton is both thorough and ingenious in trying to find facts which support his thesis His account of the Rosicrucian Group to which the New Fores Wiccan Roots is the first part of Philip Hestleton s two part exploration of the beginnings of Wicca In particular he tries to find evidence of a New Forest Coven of which all of modern Gardenerian and Alexandrian Wicca is a descendant If you are a Wiccan or like me just interested in Witchcraft this putative ancestry is a very important matter Hestleton is both thorough and ingenious in trying to find facts which support his thesis His account of the Rosicrucian Group to which the New Forest Coven also probably belonged is inovative and entertaining A group of possible witches in Southampton seemed just plausible to me, basing my opinion on years of contact with similar groups All in all a very good read if you are interested in that kind of thing I look forward to reading Gerald Gardener and the Cauldron of Renewal


  2. Gryffin Veritas Gryffin Veritas says:

    Wonderful work lookingdeeply into Gardner and the origins of Gardnerian Wicca It s the one to read after Hutton s Triumph of the Moon as it goes further than Hutton was able to.


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