Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Why is the Correllian Nativist Tradition so Unpopular?

I know I'm making a rather general statement here, and I am sure there are many people who do highly respect the Tradition, though I have noticed that quite a few people are opposed to the Tradition or see them as "fluffy". I have sent an application to join the Outer Court of the Correllian Tradition, and personally see nothing wrong with them. I have been looking into the Tradition since I first became a Pagan (a little over a year ago) and would be honoured to call myself a part of the Tradition. From what I've read some people are skeptical of their claims of being founded in the 18th century, as well as the fact that they call themselves Wiccan (they are not British Traditional Wicca, nor did they branch of from BTW). What do you think?

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