Vicia is a form of the Anderson Tradition
The word "Vicia" also has an older meaning. In
Fifty Years in the Feri Tradition, Cora Anderson writes:
"Before the tradition was called Fairy, it was known
as Vicia, pronounced as in Italian." (vee-chee-ah)
In Vicia, we work with a core body of lore, rituals, and
practices taught by Victor and Cora Anderson to their direct
Material from the Andersons is carefully preserved and properly
attributed. We also add new work of our own creation and discovery.
According to the Andersons, creative inspiration is a sign
of contact with the divine, and discovery is an essential
part of the work of Witches.
Victor often spoke of Witchcraft as a magical science. He
believed that our knowledge and abilities should be used for
the benefit of the entire human community.
See Vicia Thealogy for an outline
of the Vicia understanding of the Andersons' teachings on deity.
See also: The Anderson
Craft Tradition: Vicia Line.