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Until reading these two books, Buckland had never looked upon Witchcraft as a religion, but now he realized he had found what he felt was missing, an old but new religion that appealed to his own beliefs and sense of history, "Wicca". For more information about Wicca, he contacted Gerald Gardner in the Isle of Man, and soon began a long-distance mail and telephone friendship with him. As their friendship matured Buckland became Gardner's spokesman in the United States, and whenever Gardner received a query from the U.

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Gardner joined them for the initiation ceremony, during which Buckland was given a craft name "Robat" and Rosemary named "Lady Rowen". This was the first and only physical meeting between Buckland and Gardner, for shortly after Gardner left the UK to vacation the winter months in the Lebanon.

On the 12th February while returning on board The Scottish Prince, Gardner suffered a fatal heart attack and was buried on shore in Tunis the following day. In America interest in Witchcraft was catching on quickly, but Buckland built his coven slowly and with caution.

There were many that wanted to become Gardnerian Witches who felt that Buckland was being over cautious, those who didn't want to wait for initiation simply went away and started their own covens. Buckland persisted; he wanted only those with a genuine interest in the craft as a religion. Initially Buckland was secretive, and kept his name and address from the press, but eventually it was published by journalist Lisa Hoffman in the New York Sunday News, which focused attention on him as a leading authority and spokesman of the craft.

On the other hand it also led to a deal of negative persecution on himself, his wife and two children. In the early s Buckland divorced and began to disagree with some of the elements of the Gardnerian tradition. In he turned the leadership of the Gardnerian movement over to another couple, Lady Theos and Phoenix, and created a new non-secret form of Witchcraft that he called Seax or Saxon Wicca.

That same year he also married Joan Helen Taylor, who became his new high priest. Gardner Until reading these two books, Buckland had never looked upon Witchcraft as a religion, but now he realized he had found what he felt was missing, an old but new religion that appealed to his own beliefs and sense of history, "Wicca". For more information about Wicca, he contacted Gerald Gardner in the Isle of Man, and soon began a long-distance mail and telephone friendship with him. As their friendship matured Buckland became Gardner's spokesman in the United States, and whenever Gardner received a query from the U.

Gardner joined them for the initiation ceremony, during which Buckland was given a craft name "Robat" and Rosemary named "Lady Rowen". This was the first and only physical meeting between Buckland and Gardner, for shortly after Gardner left the UK to vacation the winter months in the Lebanon.

On the 12th February while returning on board The Scottish Prince, Gardner suffered a fatal heart attack and was buried on shore in Tunis the following day. In America interest in Witchcraft was catching on quickly, but Buckland built his coven slowly and with caution. There were many that wanted to become Gardnerian Witches who felt that Buckland was being over cautious, those who didn't want to wait for initiation simply went away and started their own covens.

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Buckland persisted; he wanted only those with a genuine interest in the craft as a religion. Initially Buckland was secretive, and kept his name and address from the press, but eventually it was published by journalist Lisa Hoffman in the New York Sunday News, which focused attention on him as a leading authority and spokesman of the craft.

On the other hand it also led to a deal of negative persecution on himself, his wife and two children. In the early s Buckland divorced and began to disagree with some of the elements of the Gardnerian tradition. In he turned the leadership of the Gardnerian movement over to another couple, Lady Theos and Phoenix, and created a new non-secret form of Witchcraft that he called Seax or Saxon Wicca. Your Account.

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