Alexandrian Wicca is a tradition of the Neopagan religion Wicca named after Alex Sanders (However some claim it was named after the Goddess Alexandria, with whom Alex worked quite closely) who, with his wife Maxine, established the tradition in the 1960s. He had been previously an initiate of a Gardnerian coven. Generally Alexandrian covens focus strongly upon training, which includes areas more generally associated with ceremonial magick, such as Qabalah, Angelic magick, and Enochian Magic. The typical Alexandrian coven has a hierarchical structure, and generally meets weekly, or at least on Full Moons, New Moons and Festivals.

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