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Sunday, 11 April 2010

Dianic Tradition Of Witchcraft

Dianic Tradition Of Witchcraft Cover Dianic Tradition: A mixture of different traditions. Its primary focus is the Goddess who is worshiped in her three aspects of Maiden, mother and Crone. A "divine feminine tradition", its covens are mostly for women only. (see: Arcadian Tradition) To an outside observer, Dianic witchcraft may appear as a single tradition, but actually it is an intertwined group of traditions that have influenced each other over the centuries and millenia.

* Arcadian Tradition: A form of Dianic witchcraft, except that Arcadians place greater focus on the divine masculine along with the divine feminine. Unlike most Dianic groups, this Tradition allows both male and female members.

Free eBooks (Can Be Downloaded):

Howard Williams - The Superstitions Of Witchcraft
Allen Greenfield - A True History Of Witchcraft
Alexander Roberts - A Treatise Of Witchcraft
Bylaws - Unicorn Tradition Of Wicca