What is Wicca

Wicca is commonly described as a Neopagan faith, though Isaac Bonewits, the influential Neo-druid, has claimed that early
Wicca (at a time when it was still called “Witchcraft”) was in fact a Meso-Pagan path. Wicca as a religion was introduced by Gerald Gardner in the 1950s.
Wicca is a deep appreciation and
awe in watching the sunrise or sunset, the forest in the light of a glowing moon, a meadow enchanted by the first light of day.

Wicca is the fall of colorful autumn leaves, and the softness of winter snow.
Wicca is a belief system and way of life based upon the reconstruction of pre-Christian traditions originating in Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.
Wiccan believe that the spirit of the One, Goddess and God exist in all things.

Wicca is essentially an immanent religion, and for some Wiccans, this idea also involves elements of animism.
Wicca is a belief system and way of life based upon the reconstruction of pre-Christian traditions originating in Ireland,
Scotland, and Wales. Wiccan practice tolerance and acceptance toward all other religions as long as those faiths do not persecute others or
violate the tenant of “Harm None.Wiccans have great reverence for the Earth and for their Goddess and her consort, the horned God.
Wiccans do not recognize an all-evil deity or quasi-deity like Satan.

Wicca as a religion was introduced by Gerald Gardner in the 1950s. Wicca is not an ancient religion, but Gardner did incorporate
some old esoteric knoweldge into his original tradition, including Eastern mysticism, Kabballah, and British legend.

Wicca does not embrace the concepts of sin, heaven or hell, the evils of sex or nudity, confession, Satanism, animal
sacrifice, or the inferiority of women.
Wiccans do NOT believe in hurting people, taking drugs, killing animals, telling lies, doing sexually perversive acts, drinking animal’s blood, stealing, summoning demons (they don’t believe in demons) or performing Black magic.
Wicca is not traditional folk magic and all magic is not necessarily Wiccan, anymore than all people who pray belong to any particular religion.

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