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I recently have found myself on a deeper path of Wicca and Witchcraft .. ok and before anyone says anything no if your wiccan you do not have to practice witchcraft and vice versa .. So I decided to do a page on some of things people really dont understand about Wicca or witchcraft . Basically your 101 of Wicca :)
I DO NOT Claim to know everything there is to know about Wicca or witchcraft ..I am learning myself .. and will be adding to this as I learn .. I just wanted to shed light on some of the myths and common misunderstandings about this .. Beautiful religion and practice .
By the way, Wiccans don’t use the word “warlock” to
refer to male witches. Male witches are witches, too.
A warlock is a person who has broken an oath and
because of that has been ostracized from the community.
If you have violated an oath you can also be
warlocked or ostracized and ignored.
What Do Witches Believe?
In the 1970s, the Council of American Witches, an organization that no longer exists,
drew up a list of basic principles. We’ll just paraphrase them here to give you an idea
of what they sound like. We practice rites to attune ourselves with the
natural rhythm of life forces. We recognize that our intelligence gives us a
unique responsibility toward our environment. We acknowledge a depth of power far greater
than is apparent to the average person. We conceive of the Creative Power in the
Universe as both masculine and feminine.
We value neither gender above the other. We recognize both outer worlds and inner, psychological
worlds, and we see in the interaction
of these two dimensions the basis for paranormal
and magickal exercises. We do not recognize any authoritarian hierarchy. We see religion, magick, and wisdom-in-living as
being united in the way one views the world
and lives in it.
Calling oneself a “witch” does not make a witch, but neither does heredity itself,
or the collecting of titles, degrees, and initiations. A witch seeks to control
the forces within him- or herself that make life possible in order to live wisely
and well, without harm to others, and in harmony with Nature. We acknowledge that it is the affirmation and fulfillment of life, in a continuation
of evolution and development of consciousness, that gives meaning to the
Universe we know, and to our personal role within it. Our only animosity toward Christianity, or toward any other religion or philosophy
of life, is that its institutions have claimed to be “the one true, right, and
only way” and have sought to deny freedom to others and to suppress other
ways of religious practices and beliefs. We are not threatened by debates on the history of the craft. We are concerned
with our present and our future. We do not accept the concept of absolute evil, nor do we worship any entity
known as “Satan” or “the Devil” as defined by Christian traditions. We work within Nature for that which contributes to our health and well-being.
Wiccans believe in the morals that are common to most faiths. But Wiccans do not
believe in the Christian concept of original sin. Wiccans live in the now. While
Wiccans do believe in reincarnation, life is to be lived
for what it is in the present so that we may learn from
this lifetime on Earth. As Wiccans, we do not deny
ourselves pleasure or put up with unnecessary pain.
We are not waiting for some reward that we will get
only after we are dead. We enjoy life’s pleasures so
that we can learn what it means to be on this Earth
and to be part of life on Earth. Wiccans believe that
we all have a job to do, or a lesson to learn, or maybe
a debt to pay from the last lifetime. Once we have
succeeded in our mission, we must move on to the
summerland where we can reflect and choose our mission
in the next life.
We believe that we are put on Earth to live in harmony
with Nature, never to abuse it. While Wiccans
don’t believe there is a hell to punish sinners, Wiccans
do believe there is a universal law, called karma,
that puts our behavior on display so that we can learn
from it. Think of it this way: When a small child first learns to walk, you let the child
stumble and sometimes fall so that he or she can learn balance. That’s what the
Wiccan concept of karma does. Karma doesn’t punish us; it operates like a feedback
system and makes us think about our past actions.
Wiccans believe that people are basically good. A person’s behavior might be unacceptable,
but that person is not necessarily bad. We are all made in the image of the
Lord and Lady. Nobody is born evil. Some people may act that way or harbor those
energies, but the evil or negativity is not inherent.