Let The Truth Be Heard!
This page was created to blast away all the stereotypes about Witches and Pagans
When one defines oneself as Pagan, it means she or he follows an earth or nature religion, one that sees the
divine manifest in all creation.  The cycles of nature are our holy days, the earth is our temple, its plants and
creatures our partners and teachers.  We worship a deity that is both male and female, a mother Goddess and
father God, who together created all that is, was, or will be.  We respect life, cherish the free will of sentient
beings, and accept the sacredness of all creation.
-Edain McCoy-
The Goddess and God,  representations of source or all that is,  are revered. .    This is central to Wiccan thought.
Reincarnation is one of the most wide-spread of Wiccan belief.  We enjoy physical reality and live multiple
incarnations.   We choose the place, time, and circumstances of our incarnation into physical reality.
Power can be sent in non-physical form to affect the world in positive ways.  Thus, we accept both the practice of
magick and its effectiveness.                       
You create our own reality.

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Wiccans aren't evangelical. We have no need to go out and spread the word.  Answering questions about our
religion is far different from knocking on doors and asking strangers, "Have you heard the word of the Goddess
Wicca accepts that every religion is correct to its adherents.  All paths lead to the top of the Mountain!   This
doesn't mean that we like every representative of every religion,  but ecumenicism must be the way of life.
Wicca accepts members from both sexes, from every race,  national origin and of every sexual preference.
Wicca doesn't charge for private lessons or for initiation.  Physical objects created by Wiccans (pentacles,
knives, wands, incenses, oils, books) and services (such as public classes and Wiccan-based counseling) can
and should be paid for,  but not personal, private Wiccan instruction or initiation.
Wiccans DO NOT sacrifices animals or people in rituals!
Wiccans DO NOT cause harm to others. Unless in self defense. "Harm None"
The basis of this information is taken from "Living Wicca" by Scott Cunningham.
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