What is Wicca?What is Wicca?7 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
Wicca is a reconstruction of the Nature worship of tribal Europe, strong influenced by the living Nature worship of traditions of tribal people of the world.
Wiccans worship the sacred as immanet in Nature, often personified as Mother Earth and Father Sky. As polytheists, they may use many other names for Deities. Individuals will often choose Goddesses or Gods from any of the world's pantheons whose storeis are particularly inspiring and use those Deities as a focus for personal devotions.
It is very important to be aware that Wiccans DO NOT in any way, worship of belive in "Satan", "the Devil" or any simi
Introduction to WiccaWICCAN INTRODUCTIONIntroduction to Wicca7 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
First off, what is Wicca? What is Paganism? Is there a difference? Well as the saying goes "Every Wiccan is Pagan, but not every Pagan is Wiccan". Make sense? Probably not.
A Neopagan religion and one of the many earth-based religions. Traditional Wicca was founded by Gerald Gardner of England in the 1940s.
There is no precise meaning to the word. Pagan is usually defined as someone who is a follower of a nature religion. But, basically from what I've been told, Wiccans practice magick (or witchcraft and you can spell magick however you'd like. but not all practice witchcraft) and Pagans don
WiccaWe are Wicca,Wicca5 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
We are not evil.
We are hunted and burned by the church,
Because we are different,
Not in appearance,
But in our beliefs.
Our ways are different,
Our minds are too,
And because we dont follow one god blindly,
We are burnt alive,
Burnt for something we didnt do.
They called us heretics,
Witches and whores.
Burnt at the stake for no faith in their lord.
They call us evil when they burn us alive.
They drown our children to see if they were right,
If our children sink,
Then they were good,
But if they were to rise,
To death is where they go.
The church is our enemy,
From no fault of our own.