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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. Lees verder
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. Lees verder
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. Lees verder
In a recording, Morgana tells the story of how her pendant became the Silver Circle logo. Lees verder
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. Lees verder
Hoodoo is the American name for African American folk magic. This booklet provides a survey of techniques and objects used for magical intentions. Lees verder
Our ‘inner vision’, or ‘active imagination’ is a means by which we not only are able to engage in contact and discourse with ‘the unseen’ but it is also a means by which we may shape, mould and ‘develop’ our own selves.
Glamour is the confusion of the real and the illusion. Attending a wand making workshop does not make you a witch, nor does taking a title make you a High Priestess. Don’t let your judgement be clouded by glamour!
Morgana interviews Sorita d’Este about her childhood in South Africa, Avalonia Books and the projects she is working on.