Professor Robert Winston presents a definitive three-part documentary series on the history of mankind’s quest to understand the nature of God. The Story of God is an epic journey across continents, cultures and eras exploring religious beliefs from...
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The Story of God is an epic journey across continents, cultures and eras exploring religious beliefs from their earliest incarnations, through the development of today’s major world faiths and the status of religious faith in a scientific age. Professor Robert Winston presents a definitive three-part documentary series on the history of mankind’s quest to understand the nature of God.
Professor Robert Winston presents a definitive three-part documentary series on the history of mankind’s quest to understand the nature of God. The Story of God is an epic journey across continents, cultures and eras exploring religious beliefs from their earliest incarnations, through the development of today’s major world faiths and the status of religious faith in a scientific age.
by vampwitchgirl: I am hearing a bunch of stuff that you have to surrender yourself to a god or goddess and i dont know what to do and i have no kits for Wicca or a b.o.s but i am starting one Answer by girlnextdooryou cant become one, you are born one 🙂
by Andielep: It featured an American Witch who talked about Samhain . She had a phone in about spells and That she was also a Catholic!! I don’t understand!!! How can the two co-exist. I’m curious to know!! I don’t hope to be both or practice it!! I just did not understand how someone could claim to be both. I’m Roman Catholic!! Hello Princess me dear!! Hope you are having a good day!! Great answer as always !!! Answer by...
by MissJayJay: Just research for a story. I think it’s called ‘the books of shadows’ but I can’t help but think of the TV show Charmed. Is there any other name for it? What would they normally contain? Serious answers only please Answer by DawnGrimoire (not sure if I’m spelling it right sounds like grim and an odd pronunciation for war) or Book of Shadows (as in Charmed).
by Bastian: I have been studying Pagan religions, and Wicca sort of appeals to me. I haven’t yet decided if I am going to follow it, but I just wondered if there are any good sources I should check out? I checked out Witchvox and never realised how many Pagans there were around the world! Wow! I didn’t expect to have so many answers so quickly! Thanks for the heads up on the Wicca for Dummies, I have seen it a few times in...
by sunset_bridge: Without throwing them in the deep end. Answer by mesun1408nature worship
by sunset_bridge: Does it mean anything to you?? Answer by HowlI don’t care about ’em.
by sunset_bridge: Like if you saw somebody on the street wearing a pentacle, would you automatically assume its wicca (or they are wiccan)? Would you laugh, avoid them, what? opintions please. Opinions that is Answer by MaryNo I wouldn’t have a problem. I respect other’s beliefs.
by Tiff: Answer by MCyes always
by CHEESUS GROYST: I am atheist but if I was going to be anything I would like to be a wiccan witch. Answer by longneck242002Which witch.
by JohnnyOneLung: Answer by Luciefamiliar – least i think thats the spelling.
by scatcblack: Do you feel more at home with the craft or with Satanic? Answer by Epona WillowI am a practitioner of the craft, I do not practice Satanism. My favorite book …hmmm…there are many good ones but a recent one that is easy to find would be Witchcraft: Theory and Practice by Ly DeAngeles.
by Gemma: I personally don’t believe it’s real. However i have met some people who do believe it is. Do u guys think it is and if yes do you have any particular reason as to why? add: i don’t mean the film i mean the mith that supposedly lies behind the film. Ha Kambie a sucker is born every minuet ha ha lol. Yer i think it’s a load of crap to. However my sister….. Beth hun i have never believed the hype lol. Answer...
by Nojo do PSDB: automatically assume its wicca (or they are wiccan)? Any prejudice agaisnt it? Answer by PixieI practice Wicca, and I am a Wiccan Pagan, as are my Mother and Father. I hold no prejudice to any types of people, although I do notice a lot of kids wearing Pentacles or Pentagrams to upset society or their parents, which is a bit silly really.
by Adam: Answer by Worshiping the Earth!I think that a big percentage of the world’s population is still deathly afraid of Witches. But more and more people are coming to their senses and realizing that there is nothing to be afraid of and that Witches believe in nothing but peace.
by Pontius: Answer by duke nukemPoor some water on your friend. If they don’t melt then they are not really a witch.
by wild_and_strong45: I live in London, in the Surbiton/Kingston area and have no experience at all but am very intrigued by witchcraft and its principles fit very much in with my belief system anyway. Any advice pls on how to find a coven or someone to teach me. I dont just want to read about it, but also want someone to talk about it and learn from and get advice from. Many thanks and blessings xx Answer by nicolekadmanThe best way to start is...
by Honey Lingers: My witch-in-law got divorced from my husband’s daddy about four years ago coz she’d been seein’ some guy from her work. About a year before that, my husband’s daddy was arrested for beating on her and went to jail but he says she made it up and broke her own jaw. His daddy is a good Christian but she gave up Jesus when she moved in with this guy. They’re now getting married and we’re invited...