Witchcraft Today is a non-fiction book written by Gerald Gardner. Published in 1954, Witchcraft Todayrecounts Gardner’s thoughts on the history and the practices of the witch-cult, and his claim to have met practising Witches in 1930s England. It also deals with his theory that the Knights Templar had practised the religion, and that the belief in faeries in ancient, mediaeval and early modern Europe is due to a secretive pygmy race that lived alongside other communities. Witchcraft Today is one of the foundational texts for the religion of Wicca, along with Gardner’s second book on the subject, 1959’s The Meaning of Witchcraft.
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