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Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone :: Janet is a British teacher and author. She was initiated into Alexandrian Wicca by its founders, Alex and Maxine Sanders. She is said to be one of England's most respected modern-day witches. Gavin is an author and lecturer of magic, witchcraft, Wicca and Neo-paganism. He was initiated into Seax-Wicca in 1986. They currently live in Kells, County Meath, Ireland.

Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone. Janet is a British teacher and author.

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f Sorcerer mage a-wandering-minstrel: Black Witch and White Witch by Jiyeon Ryu

Doreen Valiente was perhaps one of the most respected English witches to have influenced the modern day movement of Witchcraft.  She was an early initiate and High Priestess of Gerald Gardner and did much to co-write with him the basic rituals and other materials that helped to changed and shaped contemporary Witchcraft as it is perceived today.  As Gerald Gardner is now commonly thought of as the "Father" of contemporary Witchcraft, so Doreen is known affectionately as the "Mother".

Doreen Valiente was perhaps one of the most respected English witches to have…

Aleister Crowley: weird... but interesting man.   btw, I love his tarot deck.

In March of 1904 the English magician Aleister Crowley was visiting Egypt on honeymoon with his wife Rose. From the early to well into the Boleskine was owned by famed Led Zeppelin guitarist and Aleister Crowley enthusiast, Jimmy Page.

Edain McCoy :: Wiccan Priestess and author of many books including "Celtic Myth & Magick: Harnessing the Power of the Gods & Goddesses", "Spellworking for Covens: Magick For Two Or More", and "Celtic Women's Spirituality: Accessing the Cauldron of Life".

Edain McCoy :: Wiccan Priestess and author of many books including "Celtic Myth Magick: Harnessing the Power of the Gods Goddesses", "Spellworking for Covens: Magick For Two Or More", and "Celtic Women's Spirituality: Accessing the Cauldron of Life".

A Witch - Anonymous, 18th century.

A Witch - Anonymous, 18th century.

Oberon and Morning Glory  WITCHCRAFT 1981 History Book Drawing Down by BuildersOfTheNewDawn

An older picture of Oberon and Morning Glory Zell from Margot Adler's classic study of Neo-Paganism, *Drawing Down the Moon*

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