The other Inclusive Wicca

Please note that there is another tradition in Australia called Inclusive Wicca, run by Amethyst Treleven. The founding coven of this tradition is the Circle of Oak and Mistletoe.

The inclusive Wicca tendency in Gardnerian and Alexandrian Wicca has no links with the Inclusive Wicca Tradition, though I am sure they are very nice people.

Their use of the term inclusive refers to the way they include ideas from many different traditions and ethnicities, and adapt the rituals for individuals. I could not find any mention of adapting rituals for LGBTQIA people (though it is possible that they also do this).


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