well, the principles of wicca are;
to make pretty picnic baskets,
wear a gingham dress
skip gaily through the woods
sing lighthearted verse as the sunlight acts like a torch, sending darts of light to your feet making the world a lovely fabled place to be.
I once had a wicca basket on the front of my bicycle but a witch stole it from me.
Principles of Wiccan Belief are
The Council of American Witches finds it necessary to define modern Witchcraft in terms of the American experience and needs.
We are not bound by traditions from other times and other cultures, and owe no allegiance to any person or power greater than the Divinity manifest though our own being.
As American Witches, we welcome and respect all life-affirming teachings and traditions, and seek to learn from all and to share our learning within our Council.
It is in this spirit of welcome and cooperation that we adopt these few principles of Wiccan belief. In seeking to be inclusive, we do not wish to open ourselves to destruction of our group by those on self-serving power trips, or to philosophies and practices contradictory to these principles. In seeking to exclude those whose ways are contradictory to ours, we do not want to deny participation with us to any who are sincerely interested in our knowledge and beliefs, regardless of race, color, sex, age, national or cultural origins, or sexual preference.
1. Its very important not to wash. Better to cover the dirt with makeup
2. Nance around Ireland in drifty grubby clothing and hi heels, calling yourself the "moon goddess".
3 You need a lot of cheezy trinkets like knives and whips, but made of plastic covered in gilt.
4. Hang around ancient ruins, light candles and drink whiskey.
5. Tell peoples' fortunes - preferably people with learning difficulties.
6. Read books by Janet and Stewart Farrar.
It is the worship of the earth as mother and her elements. It is not akin to Druidism as many think, nor is it Mayan or Incan. quinzechotal did not start Wicca that is a lie.Nor is it coven serruptitious gatherings, tho Wiccans do meet. The flying done by Wiccans is done by the use of certain herbs and drugs. it is mind flying akin to mescaline. Satan is not the leader that is occult witchcraft. in Whales simple Wiccan meetings were used to ward off bad luck. Read,'Stone,Water,Love. It explains the origins. The principal's are respect for mother earth and gatherings of believers. I advise you to use discretion as Satanistic scams entrap many unknowledged and I do not wish that for you. I am Cherokee. I believe in my Creator above all. But I am authority on Shamanism and other beliefs. I wish you well. Study if you insist but beware.
Wow, you asked this a long time ago, but you didn't get much, did you?
Here's a good start:
*Nature is sacred.
*The primary deities are The Goddess and the Horned God, who are the female and male principles, similar to Yin and Yang.
*What we do is probably good. If it "harms none" it is permitted.
*Deity is immanent.
We are all capable of great power and using that power is wonderful.
"All acts of love and pleasure" are rituals sacred to the Goddess.
*It is proper to balance ourselves in the elements and attune ourselves to the cycles of Moon and Sun.
*The sexes are equal and equally sacred.
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