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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
Heruitgave van de introductie tot wicca voor mensen die er nog maar weinig van af weten, door een van de oprichters van Silver Circle. Lees verder
Morgana interviews Sorita d’Este about her childhood in South Africa, Avalonia Books and the projects she is working on.
A rich variety of essays Phil Hine has written over the last 40-odd years. Lees verder
There is an old saying in the Craft, ‘that a Witch is not usually financially wealthy but he or she will always feel rich, rich in experience, rich in knowledge and rich in the friends that they make along the path’. For Rhys it was the exceptional training that he received that opened up many doors.
Heb je van wicca/hekserij gehoord en vraag je je af of het iets voor jou is? Weet je zeker dat het de richting is die je op wilt, maar weet je niet hoe je dat aan kunt pakken? Is er iemand in je omgeving die heks wil worden, en wil je daar meer over weten? Stel je vragen, en meestal krijg je antwoord. Lees verder
Wicca is a simple religion. It is direct. There is little elaboration and above all it is what you make of it. We frequently call it a ‘do-it-yourself’ religion and that really describes the Craft in a nutshell. Lees verder
When you are confronted with something that is uncertain, and cannot figure it out — what do you do? Lees verder
Morgana was curious to hear more about Taloch’s views on his ‘Magickal Philosophy’ and the plans for the “Wytches & Cunningfolk Camp” to be held in the Netherlands in 2019. Lees verder
There is something very special about the Gardnerian Tradition. One of those things, to me, is that we still have people within our community who lived, and worked with, and knew Gerald Gardner. It makes it all more real to me somehow. … Lees verder