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Llewellyn History

The 1970s
Time Period:  1970 - 1979

Llewellyn contributed to the burgeoning New Age movement, sponsoring Gnosticon Festivals, opening an occult school and bookstore, and publishing the occult newspaper Gnostica. In 1974, Carl Weschcke’s “Principles of Wiccan Belief” was adopted by the U.S. Army Chaplains. In addition to publishing or re-issuing influential works by Raymond Buckland, Dion Fortune, Aleister Crowley, Lady Sheba, Melita Denning, and Osborne Phillips. Llewellyn published Israel Regardie’s The Golden Dawn, A Garden of Pomegranates, The Middle Pillar and The Tree of Life—four books forming a complete library of esoteric knowledge and practice.

Events from The 1970s

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Five Ways to Choose a Significator
by Anna
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jack Chanek, author of Qabalah for Wiccans and the new Tarot for Real Life. In tarot, some readers will pre-select a card from their deck to represent the querent of a reading. This card, known as the...
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