The Coven Leader's Handbook - 13 Lessons in Gardnerian and Alexandrian Wicca

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LULU Press, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 204 pages
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The Gardnerian Tradition is the name given to the body of ritual, belief, magickal practices and training techniques inherited by the initiatory descendents of Gerald B. Gardner. The Alexandrian Tradition was hived off from the Gardnerian by Alex Sanders; Alex claimed to have been initiated as a Hereditary Witch by his grandmother, when he was seven years old. Sean Belachta, an initiate of both, the Alexandrian and Gardnerian Tradition, presents in this book a complete Neophyte training program for Alexandrian and Gardnerian Wicca. Pages from the Book of Shadows, sacred myth and much lore from the oral, inner teachings of these traditions make this book a unique and extraordinary training manual for the solitary practitioner as well as for long-standing initiates who search for deeper insight into the hidden mysteries of Wicca. Circulated in the underground community for many years, this book is now available to the general public. To contact the author:

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This information was stolen by the purported author without permission and is published against the direct wishes of those he stole it from, including myself.
Some of it is my copyright according to
European law and others constitute a betrayal of his oath. if you go to a properly constituted Wiccan group in Europe or the US, indeed anywhere in the world and mention the author you will be shunned and it would be the end of your hopes of joining a group.
It is not his work but that of myself and others.
Thomas Campbell

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