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Thursday, 8 July 2010

Gardenerian Wicca

Gardenerian Wicca Cover Named after Gerald B Gardner, this tradition enfolds elements of ancient traditions and, because of it's local origins, the folklore and customs of English paganism. It uses the basic pattern of a ritual circle, and the elemental quarters for earth, air, fire and water, though the colour symbolism differs from most other traditions in that the colour for air is blue and earth is brown or black and water is green. Gardenrians tend not to emphasize the element of spirit.

Gardnerian wicca venerates the horned god of the green wood and the goddess of nature.

Books You Might Enjoy:

Melita Denning - Mysteria Magica Book V
Marian Green - A Witch Alone
Paul Huson - Mastering Witchcraft
Gerald Gardner - Witchcraft Today