The Buckland Museum of Witchcraft & Magick was established in Cleveland in recent years, with much of the collection having been situated in New Orleans where Buckland had relocated before his passing. Their website states:
“The museum’s mission is to display the tools and imagery of Witchcraft & Magick.
“The Buckland collection includes artifacts from Raymond Buckland, Gerald Gardner, Aiden Breac, Lady Rowan, Aleister Crowley, Sybil Leek, Anton LaVey, Oberon Zell, Israel Regardie, Christopher Penczak, Stewart Farrar, Janet Farrar, Scott Cunningham, and many other leaders of the pagan community.”
Their FB thread states:
“What a difference a year makes. One year ago we hosted the inimitable Oberon Zell in our gallery space for a lecture, and filled it with as many guests as we could. One year later, well, we limit our tours to 6 guests at a time, and hope someday the world will be ready for workshops in 2021.
“Lyrus stopped by today with gifts for the Buckland collection, ritual items used by Nema, aka Soror Andahadna (1939-2018). Here’s a very seasoned altar pantacle used by her for many years, created by Denny Sargent.
“Sargent says ‘… maybe later 70s? It was a gift for helping to earth the HML (Horus-Maat Lodge) which was founded in 79 – so it was part of that process.’ We love having something used by one significant figure and created by another in the collection, it’s a great two for one artifact! Another wonderful example is our “pork torque”, owned by our collection savior Rev. Velvet Reith and created by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart.
“A favorite quote by Nema is ‘in religions you are given the answers to life’s questions, magick doesn’t do that, it doesn’t give you answers, it gives you bigger and better questions. ‘
“Nema was always a practicing occultist, and word is that she’s reached through from the other side recently with a message for magickians, ‘It’s time to actively raise our energy, there’s something brewing in the near future.'”