“I Fell in Love with a Witch”: The Vision of Gerald Gardner by Aidan Kelly

“I Fell in Love with a Witch”: The Vision of Gerald Gardner.

* Note – I posted the following comment: “That’s the beauty of the Craft; we all are worthy of divine revelation; we all can have mystical experience.  Well written, sir.  I am pleased by the fact that we now exist in a time when not all of the religious founders have to be “alpha males” either; they can be alpha females too.  I site Z. Budapest and Starhawk particularly, who arguable could be considered founders of a new religion; or at least a heresy; and certainly they meet all the conditions you site for a religion’s founder, up to and including inventing myth and ignoring the norms of behaviour.”


~ by Sable Aradia on September 18, 2014.

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