What religion was founded by Gerald Gardner?

What religion was founded by Gerald Gardner? GERALD GARDNER

Gardner, considered the founder of Wicca, was born in 1884, north of Liverpool in England. A world traveler with an interest in the occult, Gardner first heard the word “Wica” used in the 1930s when he became involved with a coven in Highcliffe, England. He was initiated into the group in 1939.

Who is the leader of Wiccan? 

Gerald Brosseau Gardner

Who are the pagan god? A Celtic Pagan may pay tribute to Brighid and Lugh—or to Cernunnos and the Morrigan. They might even worship just one primary deity—or ten. A Roman Pagan might have a shrine to his household gods, the lares, as well as to the gods of the land around him, and one to another deity at his place of business.

Where is Gerald Gardner buried? Gardner died of a heart attack in 1964 on board a merchant ship – The Scottish Prince – on his way home from Lebanon. He was buried in Tunis, the ship’s next port of call, and the only attendee at his funeral was the ship’s captain. His legacy is a worldwide following of Gardnerian Wicca.

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