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Where can i find out about wicca and the different traditions of wicca?

I know almost nothing about wicca, and just all of a sudden have a strong urge to try and find out more about it.
I was wondering if any of you would be able to help me?
Thankyou! ^_^


  1. Demon spirits are calling you to destroy yor life and take you to hell.
    Be Careful – most likely someone or something in your house or such is inviting demonic spirits into your home
    Call on Jesus before it is too late
    The deceiver is working on you.

  2. Hey instead of finding out about Wicca. Why don’t you take your butt out and get to doing the will of God. And Wicca isn’t it.

  3. Most of it is just going with what you believe and feel, but there are certain holidays, such as Yule or Lammas, etc. that you can find from reading Wiccan books. I highly recommend that you don’t try any actual Wiccan stuff because it is dangerous, but learning about it can be interesting. Their culture is very fascinating, but just don’t practice any of it.

  4. Please disregard the naysayers. If you want to get information online, here’s a good website to check out: http://www.witchvox.com . It’s a major clearinghouse for information about Wicca and has many links and contacts you may follow up on.
    A good book to start with is The Truth About Witchcraft Today by Scott Cunningham, which is an explanation for laymen who may not be interested in Wicca as a religion, but want to know more about it. If you want to follow this up, Cunningham’s Wicca: a Guide for the Solitary Practitioner and Living Wicca are good places to start. For history about different branches of Wicca, Margot Adler’s Drawing Down the Moon is a good history of the development of Wicca in the United States and England.

  5. Ignore the “you’re going to hell because wicca and witchcraft are evil” types–they have no earthly idea what they’re talking about. Wicca and Witchcraft are not dangerous or evil. In fact, Wicca and Witchcraft are beautiful (and safe) spiritual paths.
    Some good sites to look at for Wicca are:
    Wicca and witchcraft are not the same thing. Not all Wiccans are witches. Some are, though. The Non-Wiccan Witchcraft is usually a form of traditional witchcraft, like British Traditional, Irish Traditional, or German Hexencraft, just to name a few.
    Stay away from anything written by Silver Ravenwolf. She knows little to nothing about actual Wicca and nothing whatsoever about Witchcraft. She’s a fraud and a fool. The same goes for DJ Conway.
    You also have to watch out for anything published by Llewellyn/Llewellyn Int’l because they tend to publish ill-researched, inacurrate, and unscholarly work (like Silver Ravenwolf). However, there are a few who manage to slip through the cracks, like Raymond Buckland. Other good authors are Scott Cunningham, Dorothy Morrison, and Gerald Gardner. Cunningham’s books are geared toward seekers and people who want just an overview.
    Many blessings on your journey.

  6. Your local library of course!! Or you could go online and order some books from other libraries for free!!! Easy as that!!


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