American Wiccans

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  1. Sully Erna

    Sully Erna

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    American musician

  2. Laurie Cabot

    Laurie Cabot

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    Witchcraft high priestess, author

  3. Carol Queen

    Carol Queen

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    American pornographic actor

  4. Laurell K Hamilton

    Laurell K Hamilton

    122 views
    Novelist

  5. Zsuzsanna Budapest

    Zsuzsanna Budapest

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    American, Writer

  6. Tempest Smith

    Tempest Smith

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    American Wiccan

  7. Sally Eaton

    Sally Eaton

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    American actor

  8. Michael Thomas Ford

    Michael Thomas Ford

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    Michael Thomas Ford (born October 1, 1968) is an American author of primarily gay-themed literature. He is best known for his "My Queer Life" series of humorous essay collections and for his award-winning novels Last Summer, Looking for It, Full Circle, Changing Tides and What We Remember.


  9. Selena Fox

    Selena Fox

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    Selena Fox (born 20 October 1949 in Arlington, Virginia) is a Wiccan priestess, interfaith minister, environmentalist, pagan elder, author, and lecturer in the fields of pagan studies, ecopsychology, and comparative religion.


  10. Gerina Dunwich

    Gerina Dunwich

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    American astrologer, occult historian, New Age author

  11. Caitlin R. Kiernan

    Caitlin R. Kiernan

    13 views
    Writer

  12. Lady Gwen Thompson

    Lady Gwen Thompson

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    American poet

  13. Patrick Stewart (soldier)

    Patrick Stewart (soldier)

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    American soldier

  14. Stanley Modrzyk

    Stanley Modrzyk

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    Stanley Modrzyk is a Wiccan High Priest and Ceremonial Magician. He is the founder of the First Temple of the Craft of W.I.C.A. and is also one of the founding members of the Midwest Pagan Council and of the Pan Pagan Festival, one of the first and oldest running festivals in the Midwest United States from which Pagan Spirit Gathering and Chrysalis Moon got their start. Starting in the 1970s Stanley Modrzyk was open to the public and the media about his religious beliefs and through classes open to the public, press releases, radio and, then, television appearances presented Witchcraft and Wicca in a positive light of understanding. In September 1982, after a call from a source at the Chicago Tribune asking him to comment on the five Chicago suburbs that were doing Witch Burnings as part of their Halloween celebration, he spearheaded a movement that got all of the five suburbs to end the practice. (See Media/Print below)In April, 2011 Stanley Modrzyk did a lecture entitled Wicca - aka Witchcraft, The Religion and performed a ritual at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.The media appearances shown below are but a sampling of the many appearances he did in the years when Witchcraft and Wicca were presented to the public as something to be feared or loathed. For those media appearances shown below there are audio or video copies on file in the library of the First Temple of the Craft of W.I.C.A.


  15. Diana L Paxson

    Diana L Paxson

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    American neopagan and fantasy writer

  16. Silver RavenWolf

    Silver RavenWolf

    9 views
    American occult writer

  17. Margot Adler

    Margot Adler

    8 views
    Author, journalist, lecturer and priestess

  18. Dawn Atkins

    Dawn Atkins

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    American, Anthropologist

  19. Isaac Bonewits

    Isaac Bonewits

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    Neopagan leader, author, and neo-druid priest

  20. Robin Morgan

    Robin Morgan

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    American feminist writer

  21. Kirk White

    Kirk White

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    American writer

  22. Raven Grimassi

    Raven Grimassi

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    Raven Grimassi (born 1951) is an Italian-American author of 17 books, and is a Pagan scholar with over 40 years of research and study in the genre of Wicca, Stregheria, Witchcraft and Neo-Paganism. Under the pen name of "Grimassi" he popularized Stregheria, the religious practice of witchcraft with roots in Italy. Grimassi presented this material as a Neo-Pagan version through his books.


  23. Lexa Roséan

    Lexa Roséan

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    Wiccan witch, dancer and writer

  24. Lady Rhea

    Lady Rhea

    4 views
    American, Business

  25. Patrick McCollum

    Patrick McCollum

    4 views
    Wiccan minister and presenter on Pagan topics, prison chaplain, author, jeweler

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