I myself tried to research this path, but I couldn't seem to find anything except a single book, and I can't afford it right now, so I was hoping that someone on this site might be able to shed light on this path and what it stands for. Blessings of the ancient ones on all. :)
Re: The warrior path?
By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Jul 07, 2014
Post # 5
Kerr wrote that book at a time when it was felt by many that one could not be both Wicca and a soldier or a cop. As he was a police officer he was trying to show how the virtues of a Warrior could actually fit very well with Wiccan beliefs. The book never caught on that well; although times have changed and the prejudice against soldiers and cops has mostly disappeared.
There really is no formalized Wiccan warrior path, just that book. But you could certain take what Kerr has to say and include that in your own personal practice to create something meaningful for you.
Thank you lark for clarifying that for me. After hearing about what he really meant by "warrior path", I'm quite eager to obtain this book and look into it further, maybe even incorporating some aspects of it into my path.