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  1. Wicca Craft: The Modern Witches Book of Herbs, Magick and Dreams (Library of the Mystic Arts) by Gerina Dunwich, 2000-06-01
  2. Wicca and Witchcraft For Dummies by Diane Smith, 2005-07-29
  3. Wicca For One: The Path Of Solitary Witchcraft by Raymond Buckland, 2004-09-01
  4. Encyclopedia of Wicca & Witchcraft by Raven Grimassi, 2000-09-08
  5. Family Wicca: Revised and Expanded Edition by Ashleen O'Gaea, 2008-07-07
  6. Wicca Handbook by Eileen Holland, 2008-10-01
  7. Wicca 404: Advanced Goddess Thealogy by Esra Free, Cosmic Goddess Coven, 2007-03-19
  8. Wicca For Men: A Handbook for Male Pagans Seeking a Spiritual Path (Volume 0) by A.J. Drew, 2000-10-01
  9. Wicca: Una guía para la práctica individual (Spanish Edition) by Scott Cunningham, 2003-04-08
  10. Cobblestones by J.T. Cummins, 2010-10-10
  11. Everyday Wicca: Magickal Spells Throughout the Year (Citadel Library of the Mystic Arts) by Gerina Dunwich, 2000-06-01
  12. Christian Wicca: The Trinitarian Tradition by Nancy Chandler Pittman, 2003-07-17
  13. Modern Wicca: A History From Gerald Gardner to the Present by Michael Howard, 2010-01-08
  14. Protecting Your Teen from Today's Witchcraft: A Parent's Guide to Confronting Wicca and the Occult by Steve Russo, 2005-09-01

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Q Are Witchcraft or wicca cults? A A cult by definition is a group of people A People are generally drawn to wicca and other pagan paths for several

22. Free Book Of Shadows .com - Welcome
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23. The Inner Sanctum Of Wicca And Witchcraft
wicca and Witchcraft resources with pagan rituals, Halloween info, new age spells,an online witch store and more.
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You want your religion taken seriously? Stop treating it like fandom. Ever label a non-Wiccan a "muggle," or hear someone else do so? The term is pure fiction, invented for a series of books that aren't about Wicca. If you've invoked the Guardians of the Watchtowers, do you know who they are, and what a watchtower is? Wicca has become inundated with contradictory and even nonsensical ideas. Contradiction is not necessarily bad - as long as you can recognize that fact and know why you believe one over the other. But where do you even start? You stop blindly accepting. This purpose of this site is

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28. Welcome To The Covenant Of The Goddess Home Page
Here, you ll find information about the COG organization and activities, as wellas the religious beliefs and practices which comprise wicca.
Welcome to the CoGWeb , the WWW home page of the Covenant of the Goddess , an international organization of cooperating, autonomous Wiccan congregations and solitary practitioners. Here, you'll find information about the COG organization and activities, as well as the religious beliefs and practices which comprise Wicca.
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31. CoG: Commonly Asked Questions
The strength of the Witches religion (also called the Craft or wicca ) liesin its diversity; it is a living, growing religious tradition.
Witchcraft: Commonly-Asked Questions, Straightforward Answers
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Q. What is a Witch? What is Witchcraft?
"Witch" comes from the Anglo-Saxon wicce (meaning witch), which in turn derives from an Indo-European root word meaning to bend or change or do magic/religion (making it related to "wicker," "wiggle," and even "vicar"). It is possibly also related to the Old Norse vitki (meaning wizard), derived from root words meaning "wise one" or "seer." "Warlock" (rarely used, for male Witches) is from the Old Norse var?lokkur, "spirit song" (not "oath-breaker"). Related words are "Pagan," meaning a country dweller, and "Heathen," a dweller on the heath, both of which peoples were the European equivalent of the Native Americans and other indigenous, nature-worshipping people.
Today, a Witch is a woman or man who practices a life-affirming, Earth- and nature-oriented religion, honoring Divinity in female as well as (or instead of) male aspects, and practicing Magic (which some Witches spell "magick," to distinguish it from stage illusions). There are many different traditions of Witches, encompassing many beliefs in addition to these. Some traditions are practiced by women only, and recognize only the Divine Feminine, the Goddess. Others include men and recognize a male god in addition to the Goddess. Some traditions may date back to before the Spanish Inquisition, others have been in existence for only a few years. The strength of the Witches' religion (also called "the Craft" or "Wicca") lies in its diversity; it is a living, growing religious tradition.

32. Magickware: Witch Craft Spells, Pagan And Wiccan Supplies
Witchcraft store for custom witchcraft spells, wicca and magickal supplies and tools for pagans of every path. A wide selection of products with lots of corresponding information.
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33. Wicca - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Some contend that the term wicca is related to Old English witan, Nonetheless,wicca is often called the Craft of the wise as a result of this
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A Neo-Pagan pentagram : a symbol used by many Wiccans. Wicca is a Neopagan religion that is found in many English-speaking countries. It was originally founded by the British civil servant Gerald Gardner most likely in the , but was first openly revealed in . Since its founding, various related Wiccan traditions have evolved or been created, the original being Gardnerian Wicca , which is the name of the tradition that follows the specific beliefs and practices established by Gerald Gardner.

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WICCA Ja, vad ska jag berätta om Wicca som inte nån annan redan har gjort mycket bättre. Så kolla in wiccalänkarna, du. Men om du undrar lite hur jag upplever wicca, så...... Frihet, först och främst. Ingen kan tala om för mej så och så är det, och så ska du tro och så ska du göra. Jag lär mej och utvecklas ständigt. Prövar och överväger. Vill jag låna in lite schamanism eller fornsejd, så gör jag det. Och ingen ska tänka illa därom...... Grunderna: 1.Vi har alla det gudomliga i oss. Den skapande kraften finns i allting omkring oss. 2.Allting hänger ihop. Allt vi gör påverkar resten av universum, som ringar på vattnet. Skadar jag någon annan så skadar jag också mej själv. 3. Inspiration till de religiösa riterna kommer från naturen. Allt rör sig i cykler. Cirkeln är heligast och äldst av alla symboler. Inget i naturen är rätlinjigt. 4. Du är din egen präst/inna. Ingen hierarki eller rangordning. Och du söker DIN egen väg. 5. Reinkarnation. Återfödelse: rättvist, vettigt och lärorikt. 6. Du kan påverka skeenden med magi. Den är verklig, den fungerar och alla kan använda den. Riterna.

35. Dianic Wicca - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Dianic wicca, Dianic Witchcraft, and Feminist Dianic Witchcraft are all common Dianic wicca can be very similar to traditional wicca in practice (see
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Dianic Wicca , also known as Women's Spirituality Feminist Spirituality Feminist Witchcraft , and Feminist Wicca
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Dianic Wicca, Dianic Witchcraft, and Feminist Dianic Witchcraft are all common titles for the Neopagan Feminist Dianic tradition . Dianic Wicca can be very similar to traditional Wicca in practice (see section below for a discussion of their differences), but differs significantly from it in beliefs. While some Dianics self-identify as Wiccans, some prefer the term Witch or priestess of the Goddess. Dianic Wiccans worship the Goddess only, acknowledging that She is the source of all living and contains all within Her. There are Dianic witches who practice other forms of paganism (possibly including honoring a male deity or deities) outside of their Dianic practice. Some Dianics are monotheistic, some are polytheistic, some are non-theistic. Most Dianics worship in female-only circles, but there are mixed-gender Dianic traditions. Eclecticism, appreciation of cultural diversity, ecological concern, and familiarity with sophisticated concepts of psyche and transformation are characteristic. Contrary to some characterizations, most Dianics are heterosexual women, though some are lesbian, and some are associated with the position of

36. Stregoneria Wicca
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37. Wicca
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The Sacred Isle- Belief and Religion in Pre-Christian Ireland by Dáithí Ó Hógáin
Celtic Christianity ed. by Oliver Davies and Thomas O'Loughlin
Wicca is a nature religion based upon beliefs and rites believed to be rooted in ancient practices. Wicca claims a direct connection to the ancient Celtic tradition, which is thought to be more in tune with natural forces than Christianity and other modern religions of the West. However, rather than see Wiccans as members of a religion, it might be more accurate to see them as sharing a spiritual basis in nature and natural phenomena. For Wiccans have no written creed which the orthodox must adhere to. Nor do they build stone temples or churches to worship in. They practice their rituals in the great outdoors: in parks, gardens, forests, yards or hillsides. According to the Wicca FAQ page "Wicca" is the name of a contemporary Neo-Pagan religion, largely promulgated and popularized by the efforts of a retired British civil servant named Gerald Gardner [late 1940's]. In the last few decades, Wicca has spread in part due to its popularity among feminists and others seeking a more woman-positive, earth-based religion. Like most Neo-Pagan spiritualities, Wicca worships the sacred as immanent in nature, drawing much of its inspiration from the non-Christian and pre-Christian religions of Europe. "Neo-Pagan" simply means "new pagan" (derived from the Latin paganus , "country-dweller") and hearkens back to times before the spread of today's major monotheistic (one god) religions. A good general rule is that most Wiccans are Neo-Pagans but not all Pagans are Wiccans.

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39. Witchcraft, Wicca And Neopaganism
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pantheism, monism , and usually polytheism Pantheism is the belief that all is God(dess) and that God(dess) is all and thus assumes divine forces within oneself and in nature. Monism claims that all is one and one is all, and assumes a mystical oneness, force, or life force that connects us to nature, allowing us to call on and manipulate hidden forces in the world around us. This force is considered natural, not supernatural. A mystical oneness means there are no true distinctions between self and others, or between man and nature. Polytheism accepts many gods/goddesses or multiple separate manifestations of one god/goddess or universal force. Wicca
There is no monolithic organization with a stated creed or dogma. In fact, it is precisely this lack of structure that draws many to these groups. These pagan faiths attract very bright people who feel different or special, those who have had bad experiences with mainstream religions, those who feel abandoned by God, free spirits who dislike structure, the rejected (by family or society), rebels, and those attracted to occult or mystical experiences. Some witches do not call themselves witches, but refer to themselves as Wiccans, white witches, or pagans. Wicca is supposedly an old English term for witch and is used by some as an alternate name for witch. Often witches will refer to witchcraft simply as "the Craft" or sometimes as "the Old Religion." The term 'Earth Religions' is also used for witchcraft and pagan beliefs.

40. Religious Movements Homepage: Wicca
This wicca Page is your gateway to accessing comprehensive web based as well asprint resources about wicca. As part of the New Religious Movements Homepage
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  • Name: Wicca, Wicce, the Craft or Neo-Paganism; Wicca means "to bend or alter" from the Old English (Matthews, 339). The derivation of the word "Wicca" has been the subject of much debate among the people who practice it. Some think it was originally a word meaning "wise," some say it derived from words meaning "twisted." These arguments could be followed in articles written for pagan newsletters and magazines, as well as in early computer newsgroups or web sites. It was not commonly used by the members of the groups who practice it until around 1980, when much of the debate began. It could be said that this was one of the ways members of the various groups sought to distinguish themselves from one another within the movement. "The Craft" is a much older way to describe what is commonly known as witchcraft. Practitioners who use this term either do not have a religious facet to their practice, or are pagan in faith and use the term to encompass their magical belief and practice. Members who claim to be descended from relatives who were witches often use this term. The term "Neopagan" is used to distinguish those of magical religious belief from the Wiccans, but it also includes the Wiccans. Around 1980 in North America, the members of groups who were initiated into a coven descended in a direct line from Gerald Gardner or Alex Sanders (founder of Alexandrian witchcraft) began using the term "pagan" to describe those who were not members of their covens. The word "Neo-pagan" appeared in a periodical called
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