Seax Wica speaks to the moon, the sun, and the eight Wiccan sabbats.
Seax Wica is a custom established during the 1970s. It is propelled by the Saxon religion of old however is explicitly not a Reconstructionist convention. The symbol of the convention speaks to the moon, the sun, and the eight Wiccan sabbats.
Buckland’s Seax Wica custom is not normal for some oathbound and initiatory conventions of Wicca. Seax Wican covens are self-supported and are controlled by chose High Priests and High Priestesses. Each gathering is independent and settles on its own choices about how to practice and worship. Commonly, even non-members can go to rituals as long as everybody in the coven consents to it.