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Thirteen Things You Don’t Need to Know About the Triple Goddess

(But Are Kind of Interesting)

By John Halstead

1. Gerald Gardner did not worship the Triple Goddess. Gerald Gardner, the father of Wicca, did not mention a Triple Goddess in his “Book of Shadows”. Nor does Gardner mention a Triple Goddess in Witchcraft Today, which was published in 1954. He does mention a Triple Goddess in his book, The Meaning of Witchcraft, published in 1959, but only briefly. Similarly, Raymond Buckland, who is credited with bringing Gardnerian witchcraft to America does not mention the Triple Goddess in Witchcraft from the Inside (1971) or his book, Tree: The Complete Book of Saxon Witchcraft (1974). The Triple Goddess is mentioned only briefly in his best-selling Buckland’s Complete Book of Witchcraft (1986), published twelve years later, and with no exposition.

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