She despised the school and left it at the age of 15, refusing to return. Entering a relationship, they were married in East Glamorgan on 31 January I realised that this man [Gardner] was no time-wasting pretender to occult knowledge. He was something different from the kind of people I had met in esoteric gatherings before. One felt that he had seen far horizons and encountered strange things; and yet there was a sense of humour about him and a youthfulness, in spite of his silver hair. Valiente told her husband and mother about the visit to Stonehenge, but not about her initiation, of which, she feared, they would not have approved.
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She despised the school and left it at the age of 15, refusing to return. Entering a relationship, they were married in East Glamorgan on 31 January I realised that this man [Gardner] was no time-wasting pretender to occult knowledge. He was something different from the kind of people I had met in esoteric gatherings before.
One felt that he had seen far horizons and encountered strange things; and yet there was a sense of humour about him and a youthfulness, in spite of his silver hair. Valiente told her husband and mother about the visit to Stonehenge, but not about her initiation, of which, she feared, they would not have approved.
Albans , north of London. She confronted Gardner with this; he claimed that the text he had received from the New Forest coven had been fragmentary, and he had had to fill much of it using various sources. Gardner spent his summers at the Museum of Magic and Witchcraft on the Isle of Man, and thus often relied on Valiente to deal with his affairs in Southern England. Spare subsequently described Valiente as "a myopic stalky nymph From his home in the Isle of Man, he responded that this was not necessary for a series of rules already existed—at which point he produced the Wiccan Laws.
These laws limited the control of the High Priestess, which angered Valiente, who later realised that Gardner had simply made them up in response to her own Proposed Laws. Gerald; but we still believed that the real traditional witchcraft lived".
He attracted much attention to himself in the local press through his claims that practitioners of black magic were also operating in the area. Valiente remained a good friend to Roberts until his death from heart disease in Valiente began visiting local libraries and archives in order to investigate the history of witchcraft in Sussex.
It interpreted this evidence in light of the discredited theories of Margaret Murray, which claimed that a pre-Christian religious movement had survived to the present, when it had emerged as Wicca.
Gray , who had met him at a gathering at Glastonbury Tor held by the Brotherhood of the Essenes. It also explained to the reader how they could initiate themselves into Wicca and establish their own coven. The academic historian Jeffrey Burton Russell had recently suggested that Gardner invented "Old Dorothy" as an attempt to hide the fact that he had invented Wicca himself.
Valiente sought to disprove this, discovering that "Old Dorothy" was a real person: Dorothy Clutterbuck. It would be published by Hale in as The Rebirth of Witchcraft. Kelly during his investigations into the early Gardnerian liturgies. She disagreed with Kelly that there had been no New Forest coven and that Gardner had therefore invented Wicca, instead insisting that Gardner had stumbled on a coven of the Murrayite witch-cult.
Her book of poems was published posthumously in , followed by an enlarged second edition in Sixteen speakers from within the Wiccan and Pagan community came to talk at the event, which was a sell-out. Julie Belham-Payne performed the unveiling at the ceremony, and a speech was given by Denise Cobb , the Mayor of Brighton.
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