Fifty Years of Wicca

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Green Magic Publishers, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 140 pages
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Frederic Lamond has spent 50 years following the path of Gardnerian Wicca, adapting and innovating along the way. An initiate of Gerald Gardner's Brickett Wood Coven in the 50s and 60s, which heralded the modern rebirth of Wicca, Lamond has been a witness to the significant events that have shaped Wicca in the US and UK. Fifty years since the publication of Witchcraft Today, Frederic Lamond offers a penetrating assessment of modern Wicca's successes, failures and future. This insider's overview of the Wiccan world is full of in-group gossip, shrewd observation and a one-of-a-kind perspective of the half-century revival of the old craft.

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User Review  - EvaElisabeth - LibraryThing

It's hard to review this book, Mr. Lammond obviously has several axes to grind and his opinions are controversial to say the least. I can say that I found his abrasive style off putting. Read full review

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