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BUCKLAND'S COMPLETE BOOK OF WITCHCRAFT Raymond Buckland About This Book The lyrically beautiful rituals of the Old Religion, known as Witchcraft. Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf ) or read book online for free. Practical Color Magick by Raymond Buckland. Raymond Buckland (31 August – 27 September ), whose craft name was Robat, was In the US, Buckland soon read the books The Witch-Cult in Western Europe by Margaret Murray and Witchcraft Today by Gerald He published everything about the movement in The Tree: Complete Book of Saxon Witchcraft.

Shelves: do-not-touch-with-a-bargepole This book was added to my reading list as a couple of wiccan sites I found which I believe were written by men, which will become important as I continue.

I have never had a good relationship with Christianity, so please be aware that anything using the word bible makes me incredibly uncomfortable. With the first cursory glance through th This book was added to my reading list as a couple of wiccan sites I found which I believe were written by men, which will become important as I continue.

With the first cursory glance through the book I found several things that made me feel uncomfortable. First being the prevalence of naked ladies and the lack of corresponding gentlemen. The image I felt summed up my thoughts on the matter was one of a young attractive lady harvesting herbs. She wears nothing, not even a protective glove, and we can see all of her, but have trouble seeing the herb she is cutting or how she is cutting it.

I have no trouble with nudity, but can we all agree that when harvesting herbs, clothes might have a use? However, with in the first sentence, Buckland makes his views very clear, stating that the Solitary Witch is a weak witch who cannot progress through witchcraft as they have no coven.

A very elitist view that grated on my individualistic nature. These are very strict patterns with little room for error or tweaking. He then goes on to describe a group sex act, with incredibly detail. The male partner is the focus of this entire passage, with the female partner aiming to bring herself to orgasm at the same time as the male.

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Gardner died shortly after, having never met Buckland again. Coven formed[ edit ] The Bucklands returned home to the United States following their meeting with Gardner, bringing the Gardnerian Book of Shadows with them. They moved to Timberline Drive in Brentwood.

That same year they founded a coven in Bay Shore.

This was the first group in the US following the Gardnerian Wicca lineage of direct initiation. Many fully initiated Gardnerians in the US can trace their origins back to this coven, which was a centre for Neopaganism in America for twenty years. Once 'outed', Buckland purchased and drove around in a hearse, where he was a familiar sight in the community.

When Buckland and his wife separated in , they both left the coven. It started off as a by-appointment-only policy museum in his own basement. After his collection of artifacts grew he moved the museum to a 19th-century house in Bay Shore.

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The museum received some media attention, and a documentary was produced about it. In , following his separation from his wife, Buckland moved his museum to Weirs Beach in New Hampshire.

In , he moved to Virginia , disbanded the museum, and put all his artifacts in storage. Velvet Rieth. After a period of neglect and mismanagement of the previous curator, Rev.

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Velvet, along with many members of her church, were able to begin the restoration process. Seax-Wica, [ edit ] Buckland formed his own Wiccan tradition, Seax-Wica , based upon symbolism taken from Anglo-Saxon paganism.

He then began a correspondence course to teach people about Seax-Wica, which grew to having around a thousand members. Personal life[ edit ] Buckland married his first wife, Rosemary, in They separated in After recovering, he experienced more heart and lung problems in late September, , which resulted in his death on 27 September. He followed this in with Witchcraft Ancient and Modern and Practical Candleburning Rituals, as well as a novel called Mu Revealed , a spoof on the works of James Churchward , which was written using the pseudonym "Tony Earll" an anagram for 'not really'.

By he was earning enough money with his books that he could take over running of his museum full-time. Until , he published a book almost every year since, although he shifted largely to fiction in the 21st century.The two became friends, and had several telephone conversations, which led to Buckland becoming Gardner's spokesman in America[ citation needed ].

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I have never had a good relationship with Christianity, so please be aware that anything using the word bible makes me incredibly uncomfortable. From to , he served in the Royal Air Force , and then went on to work in a London publishing company for four years, before he and his wife emigrated to the United States in , where they lived on Long Island , New York.

He then began a correspondence course to teach people about Seax-Wica, which grew to having around a thousand members. House of Collectibles, NY.

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