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Can I listen to pagan or wiccan songs even though I am not a Witch! Plz tell me.

  1. Beni123 profile image57
    Beni123posted 5 years ago

    Can I listen to pagan or wiccan songs even though I am not a Witch! Plz tell me.. Help me!?

    I love listening to your chants....I am a Hindu and very much interested to listen to pagan songs. I have browsed many many of your songs and downloaded Stonehenge, This New Day by Kellianna. I have also downloaded The Charge Of The GODDESS by Kate West which is Tremendously Beautiful. I just can't go away from Wicca. Please tell me that I am allowed to hear these stuff without being a Witch and if yes can you tell me at which is the appropriate time to listen to these chants and songs! Plz Help Me ! smile

  2. Renee Abbott profile image83
    Renee Abbottposted 5 years ago

    oye..lol
    Kellianna is one of my favorites especially her song The Fall..
    I like some Christian music and there isnt a christian bone in me. I listen what I wish too. I am a Jew-witch and if someone likes pagan music they have good taste. Listen to your hearts content.

    1. Beni123 profile image57
      Beni123posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      So even though I am not a WITCH I can listen to the songs right? No problem na?

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    ChleotheWitchposted 5 years ago

    Even if you are not a Witch, of course you can still listen to Wiccan music. I don't think it will affect your path much.

    1. Beni123 profile image57
      Beni123posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you so much! smile and Merry Christmas! smile

  4. CertifiedHandy profile image78
    CertifiedHandyposted 5 years ago

    You can but be aware that every experience we have impacts us in some way. We are influenced through our senses. The question then, is, do you want to be influenced by Wiccan songs?

  5. NanLT profile image83
    NanLTposted 3 years ago

    Of course you can listen to Pagan or Wiccan songs!

    As for when or under what circumstances - whenever and where ever you want. If you feel compelled to listen to a particular piece of music at a particular time or when doing a particular ritual, then that is the appropriate time.

    There are many similarities between the Pagan religions and Hinduism. Enough so that a Hindu friend of mine has spent many a conversation telling me that while I call myself Pagan, I am really Hindu (I just haven't realised it yet. big_smile )

 
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