Blue Star Wicca is one of a number of Wiccan traditions, and was created in the United States in the 1970s based loosely on the Gardnerian and Alexandrian traditions. It continues to be practiced today in areas of the United States (including Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, Washington, New Jersey, and others), as well as having members in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Canada.
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... As mentioned above, Blue Star Wicca was inspired at least in part by both the Gardnerian and Alexandrian traditions ... In turn, Blue Star has inspired other traditions, such as Maidenhill Wicca, and Braided Wheel ... Blue Star has a special relationship to the Odyssean tradition, as a "sister" or "cousin" tradition ...
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