12 thoughts on “What do you think of the Wicca religion and why? How does it compare to yours?

  1. I don’t know anything about the Wicca religion, but chances are it’s as stupid as Christianity, Islam, or Judaism.

  2. I don’t have a religion, but I think it’s fine. People can believe what they want to as long as it doesn’t involve murdering me.

  3. Wicca is a very comfortable religion. There are many variations, and basically no rules as long as one vehemently denies the deity of Jesus Christ. I have always like Wicca, it is kind of back to the beginning sort of religion. It is kind of like Outback Steakhouse, no rules just right. The one downfall is that it has no relation to the truth.

  4. Most practitioners will acknowledge that Wicca as a recognisable faith is about 60 years-old. The neo-Druidic faiths popped up around the mid-1700s. In both cases, the leaders of either movement claimed to be bringing back some ancient religions. In fact there no scripts or records of how Pagans Worshipped.

    I won’t go into the Con Artists who made them up. However you should.

  5. Wicca as it’s commonly known is for sissies.
    In its more “advanced” forms…
    …it’s for perverts.

  6. I like the fact that Wicca is a nature based religion. I also like one of their rules, “Harm none.”
    I like that it teaches people that there is more to Deity than just one huge masculine side. That there is a balance of feminine and masculine. Male and female deities. A Mother and a Father.

  7. ” An if it harms not do as thou wilst”

    It is a more hands on spirituality than others. There is a saying ‘ perfect love and perfect trust” Its not based on threats, torture or coercion. One honours what is seen and touched in front of you ie mother earth, nature and all its beauty. It respect others and their choices and does not attack or demean anothers spiritual choice.

  8. From what I’m reading here, I think the Wiccan religion is largely misunderstood.

    I like it fine. It has suited me for almost 20 years.

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