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Which witch is which? That was (at least comparatively) an easy question to answer back in the
1960s when Rosemary and Ray Buckland brought Wicca to the United States. There were, then, a few self-styled “witches-with-a-small-w,” and there were Gardnerians [followers of the religion
started by Gerald Gardner and his friends in the 1940s, [see Chapter 8] and Gardnerian-trained entrepreneurs. But after forty years of sometimes explosive growth in the U.S. and around the world, it’s hard to tell the players even with a scorecard. Witchcraft: A Concise Guide is better than a


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