Buckland’s Book of Saxon Witchcraft was one of the first books to explore Wicca from a solitary perspective. Originally written 30 years ago to correct abuses he saw occurring in covens, Buckland offered Wiccan seekers an introductory text on Saxon witchcraft or Seax-Wicca, which can be practiced alone. <P>Buckland presents meticulously researched information on the time-honored tradition of Saxon witchcraft. He writes cogently and informatively about the history, mythology, spiritual…
Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone :: Janet is a British teacher and author. She was initiated into Alexandrian Wicca by its founders, Alex and Maxine Sanders. She is said to be one of England's most respected modern-day witches. Gavin is an author and lecturer of magic, witchcraft, Wicca and Neo-paganism. He was initiated into Seax-Wicca in 1986. They currently live in Kells, County Meath, Ireland.
Ray Buckland is credited with being the person responsible for introducing Gardnerian Wicca to the United States from the UK in 1964. He later began the Seax Wica. Buckland became unhappy with the conflicting egos that were so common within Gardnerian Wicca. He kept his oaths of silence, but left that Tradition tocreate his own Tradition that he named Seax Wica.
WITCHCRAFT P7 Seax Witchcraft was founded in 1973 by Raymond Buckland and seems to have a slight saxon basis. Buckland had been dissatisfied with the corruption and ego trips he saw in some covens and developed seax wicca to answer those concerns. The coven is democratic in that its leader is chosen by election. There is no binding or ritual scourging. Covens decide for themselves whether to worship clothed or skyclad.