U.S. Court decisions:
Some court decisions which have recognized Wicca are:
An important ruling of a state Supreme Court was in Georgia: Roberts v. Ravenwood Church of Wicca, (249 Ga. 348) in 1982. It was similar to Dettmer v Landon, below.
The District Court of Virginia declared in 1985 (Dettmer v Landon, 617 F Suup 592 [E. Dst. Va.]) that Wicca is "clearly a religion for First Amendment purposes....Members of the Church sincerely adhere to a fairly complex set…
Added by Rev.Rave on June 22, 2012 at 12:30pm —
On August 10th, 2009, I officially became accepted into the Correllian Nativist Tradition Outer Court. I am really excited about this because I feel like it will open up so many other doors for me. My ultimate goal is to become a clergy member of the Tradition and open my own Temple in Indiana some day. (After I meet all of the requirements, of course.) Becoming a member of the Correllian Tradition is something that I have thought long and hard about because I wanted to make the right decision… Continue
Added by EchoRaven on August 15, 2009 at 10:17pm —
I just completed the lessons for First Degree , passing with an A . I submitted my application for Outer Court membership and was accepted , I think I am going to relax for a while to let everything sink in . Then I will be furthering my studies in the Correllian Tradition. I am very proud to be part of the family now .
Added by Terry Brady on May 19, 2009 at 3:31am —