Frederic Lamond has spent 50 years following the path of Gardnerian Wicca, adapting and innovating along the way. An initiate of Gerald Gardner's Brickett Wood Coven in the '50s and '60s, which heralded the rebirth of Wicca in modern times, he has been a witness to the significant events that have shaped Wicca in the USA and UK. Fifty years since the publication of Witchcraft Today, Frederic Lamond offers a penetrating assessment of what modern Wicca has achieved in that time its successes, its failures and its future. This insider's overview of the Wiccan world is full of in-group gossip, shrewd observation and a one-of-a-kind perspective of the half-century revival of the old craft.
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Frederic Lamond was born in 1931 and studied Economics at Cambridge, and Planning at the University of Chicago. He worked in marketing and in computers, and he has been an independent consultant since 1975. In 1957 he was initiated into Gardnerian Witchcraft (now called Wicca). He is a member of the Fellowship of Isis, the Church of All Worlds and the Children of Artemis, and is the author of many articles and three books. Having travelled extensively in Europe and North America, he now lives in Austria.
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