If one word could best describe the Georgean Tradition, it would be ‘eclectic. Even though the material provided to students was nominally Alexandrian, there was never any imperative to follow that path blindly. George Patterson (the tradition’s founder) always said ‘If it works use it, if it doesn’t, don’t’. The newsletter was always full of contributions from people of many traditions. I’ve always felt Pat’s intent was to provide jumping off points for students and members. So even though I can claim initiation into more than one tradition, I’ll always consider myself ‘Georgian first: George is greatly missed, may the God-dess watch over him. Bright Blessings, Lord Fafner.


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