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The Alexandrian Tradition was founded by Alex and Maxine Sanders in the 1960s. The name is taken from the library at Alexandria, which is considered to be the first of it's kind- a repositary
the early 20th century, though it was first popularised during the 1950s by Gerald Gardner, a retired British civil servant, who at the time called it the "witch cult" and "witchcraft", and its adherents "the
Like many other religions, Wicca features a variety of traditions (which could be likened to denominations or sects). Traditions can further be broken down into Emerging Traditions and Established Traditions, with either having a lineage
notable for its focus on the worship of the Goddess, and on feminism. It combines elements of British Traditional Wicca, Italian folk-magic recorded in Charles Leland's Aradia, feminist values, and ritual, folk magic
Traditional Wiccan ritual addresses two deities, one male and the other female. The names of these are, in British Traditional Wicca, kept secret, making public descriptions of them necessarily incomplete. In British Traditional Wicca, a
original form. Therefore Gardnerian Wicca, Alexandrian Wicca, and a related sect called Algard Wicca, are together called'traditional Wicca' or'british traditional Wicca', to distinguish them from the more deviant variants of Wicca, and especially
The Heroes Wiki is an off-shot of the "Villains Wiki" and is designed to be a comprehensive database of heroes from all media - ranging from cartoon shows of old to epic dramas, video-games and movies.. Heroes are an ancient…