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Lois Bourne in 2010.
|Died||22 December 2017|
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
|Temple||Bricket Wood coven|
Lois Bourne who also went under the craft name Tanith, was an influential figure in the Neopagan religion of Wicca, having been involved in it from the early 1960s, and wrote a number of books on the subject. Originally initiated into Gardnerian Wicca by Gerald Gardner, she rose to become the high priestess of the Bricket Wood coven, the first Wiccan coven started by Gerald Gardner, which was based in Bricket Wood in Hertfordshire, working alongside the high priest Jack Bracelin.
Lois Bourne, aged eighty-nine, died in Watford General Hospital Friday night, 22 December 2017.
- Witch Amongst Us - the Autobiography of a Witch (1979; republished 1989) ISBN 0-7090-3761-9
- Conversations with a Witch (1989; republished 2002) ISBN 978-0-7090-7064-1
- Dancing with Witches (1998; republished 2006) ISBN 0-7090-8074-3
- Spells to Change Your Life (2003) ISBN 978-1-904435-10-5
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