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Talliesin, please see two paragraphs down from what you just added regarding the use of the term Wicca and BTW. It was already in there.--Vidkun 15:51, 9 February 2006 (UTC)
D'oh, and I read through it for that twice!
- Yeah, I' admittedly touchy about it, as I helped write and include it on that article as well as on the Neopaganism article, as seen here However, if you can help on citing it (because personal opinions by organizations and individuals, unless cited by other sources, are almost original research, all of us would be quite appreciative. Be Bold!--Vidkun 16:08, 9 February 2006 (UTC)
Talliesin, I'd be interested in hearing more (probably via user talk, rather than as part of articles) regarding your comment that certain parts of Blue Star can be considered BTW while others aren't. Thanks! Jeneralist 01:46, 17 October 2007 (UTC)