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By Morgana on 29 oktober, 2020
Pan’s Daughter – The Magical World of Rosaleen Norton Revised & Greatly Expanded Edition; Nevill Drury Mandrake of Oxford (UK); 2nd ed. Edition (24 Jan. 2017) Format: Softcover/326 pp/48 illustrations. ISBN: 978-1-906958-41-1. This review has been sparked by the recent launch of the documentary “The Witch of King’s Cross – The Soul of a Great […]
By Morgana on 29 oktober, 2020
Morgana interviewed Casey and decided that it was probably more informative to share the raw take of the interview.
By Gwiddon Harveston on 29 oktober, 2020
Memories and contemplations on the occasion of 40 years Wiccan Rede and Silver Circle.
By Prudence Jones on 29 juli, 2020
The Triple Moon Goddess is generally assumed to be an invention of the 20th century, created by the poetic imagination of Robert Graves. However this hypothesis is incorrect. The Triple Goddess was presented in the 20th century before Graves. In addition, this paper reveals some astrological and esoteric as well as scholarly writings of the 19th century which presented and discussed a triple moon goddess from the ancient world.
By Lady Purple on 29 juli, 2020
Lady Purple honours Fred Lamond with a photo and words.
By Link on 29 juli, 2020
Frederic Lamond was an economist, a computer consultant — and a witch. In 1956 he met Gerald Gardner and was initiated into his coven. Lots of memories to be shared, together with some observations and opinions.
By Jana on 29 juli, 2020
A cover text like that could suggest that the story is an adventure novel, a kind of ‘whodunnit’, a tale of mystery – in any case: fiction. And reading the book, I am still not fully convinced otherwise.
By Merlin on 29 juli, 2020
Twenty years ago Merlin looked back at the first twenty years of Wiccan Rede, his ideal of helping people ‘finding the spark’, openness and how a myriad of activities effects the life of the editor.
By Morgana on 29 juli, 2020
In a recording, Morgana tells the story of how her pendant became the Silver Circle logo.
By Frederic Lamond (aka Robert) on 29 juli, 2020
When Wiccan Rede magazine celebrated it’s 20 year jubilee, Frederic Lamond mused on the history of Wicca, what openness means to the religion, and whether in the Internet age there still is a place for magazines.