Who knows about the wicca religion?

I have been wanting to start practicing wicca, but all the sites I go on are fake or have absolutely nothing on them. Does anyone know a real site for wiccas?

19 thoughts on “Who knows about the wicca religion?

  1. books are much better.
    check your local book store and used book store.
    keep an eye out for introductory books. avoid authors like silver ravenwolf. she does not have 100% accurate information. watch for ray buckland, and scott cunningham.

  2. just go buy a book, anything by silver ravenwolf should do or a lot of people don’t like it but the complete idiots guide could help

    and wicca has NOTHING TO DO with the devil or demons

  3. If you value your eternal soul you will steer clear of Wicca. It is a ‘religion’ founded by the devil and his demons. PLEASE, listen to what I am saying. Get yourself a Bible, and read it, you can never go wrong with the Lord.

  4. Wicca is the new pop religion of the teenage girl masses…… It isn’t a religion and the people behind it use it and the weak minded followers as tools against regular religions…. Its bogus, fatalistic and empty….. Pay no mind to this intellectually dishonest / empty fluff……

    Believe me I am no bible thumping christan either but with a little investigation you can see right thru this wiccan stuff—- Its just a bunch of baloney…..

  5. Regina your an Idiot , Blessed Be
    Wicca is not of the Devil anyone who tells you it is , is either an Idiot or Ignorant of the Beliefs found in Wicca . Good Luck on your Path Blessed Be

  6. As far as sites go I believe that you’d be better off with a few books. Start with ‘The Truth About Witchcraft Today, Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner, and The Truth About Witchcraft ‘ all are by Scott Cunningham. Also try ‘The Craft’ by Dorothy Morrison.

    And no, it is not Satanic because witches and as far as I know Paganistic faiths don’t believe in the Christian Satin nor do believe in the original sin.

    I hope this is of some help to you.


  7. I have a few friends that are and they have said the same thing about the websites.. Go to a good bookstore, find some a wiccan discussion group to attend (craigs list usually has them on there), or even an alternative religion store in your area.

  8. That Regina lady should stay out of this question if all she’s going to do is put down something that guides people through life.

    I started in 7th grade, and still am one. I LOVE IT. I used to be christian but left because it just wasn’t for me. I adore Wicca, it’s all I want in a religion.
    Now, if you live near one, I would go to a Borders in your city, or some other book store. They have an entire section on Wicca at the borders in my town, and I bought plenty of books that have never let me down.

  9. witchvox.com will have a number of links including connections to groups that may be local to you.

  10. 1)Ignore the fundies saying you’ll go to hell and are opening yourself up to demons. We don’t believe in either.
    2)Get the book: Wicca, a Guide for the Solitary Practitioner by Scott Cunningham (Amazon.com used books is a great resource)
    3)Avoid Silver Ravenwolf, DJ Conway and most Llewellyn books
    4)Do NOT pay for lessons over the internet. You can’t ask for references. Do NOT give out personal information to anyone over the internet. Get a PO Box.
    5)www.witchvox.com http://wicca.timerift.net
    6)Learn and keep learning about various paths in paganism.
    7) get the book: “Drawing Down the Moon” by Margo Adler (an older book that’s a little dated, especially concerning Asatru but a good resource) – it gives an overview on a lot of pagan traditions.

  11. Do find a copy of Scott Cunninghams Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner

    If possible a copy of Kaatryn MacMorgan-Douglas’ “The Ethical Eclectic” and “About All One Wicca”.

    Check out Yahoo Groups, there are a LOT of groups based on Wicca and Paganism in general. My personal favourite is BOS-Pagan, it is a very large group, very friendly and has members of all paths and traditions. I have learnt a lot from that group.

    Check out Witchvox, you may also have an online learning coven in your area.

  12. Merry Meet Megan,

    Welcome to Wicca and to the internet. The problem with most e-groups on the internet is either the lack of education or lack of commitment. Several groups throughout our wonderful internet are viable and valuable, but the challenge is to find them through the bad sites and dead ends that are now littered across the wide world of internet.

    I personally suggest that you start with Witchvox at http://www.witchvox.com/. You could look into getting online training through the Sacred Mists at http://www.workingwitches.com/wicca/cour… or OZ Wicca at http://www.ozwicca.com/ , both are pretty decent for learning the Craft on the Web. Ultimately, study, study and then study some more. Find all you can and definitely cross reference when ever possible, this way you can get the best out of all you learn.

    As you continue through your search for knowledge I also suggest that you get your hands on Wicca for Beginners by Thea Sabin and/or The Circle Within by Dianne Sylvan. Both of these books are very good reading and both will give you some deeper insight to the Craft and how it relates to you.

    Also, try to avoid sites that are negative. Even if they are accurate about Wicca, you could get lost in the negative propaganda that they tend to push onto others though they themselves are Wiccan.

    Always in Light and Love


  13. that’s a tricky one… Look up witchvox.com i think, or it may be a .org … Anyways, since you are new to this, the key is to study, we all have to, you can’t just pick up a book, cast a spell, and it will all work out. Just doesn’t happen that way, and if it does, something bad is around the corner. I suggest you study for two years, even though the standard is a year and a day, before you finally decide that this is the path for you.

    As for books, Scott Cunningham is kinda bland, I like the material, but he presents it in too much of a methodical manner, like all he wants you to do is cast spells. At least those are the books that I seem to have been drawn to. Silver RavenWolf, she has a good book, To Ride A Silver Broomstick. I like it because it lays out your options and has you do exercises after each section so that you can see how well you improve… It all depends on the path you take…

  14. Suggested Reading List

    Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner
    by Scott Cunningham

    Living Wicca: A Further Guide for the Solitary
    by Scott Cunningham

    Complete Book of Incense, Oils and Brews
    by Scott Cunningham

    Book of Shadows: A Modern Woman’s Journey into the
    Wisdom of Witchcraft and the Magic of the Goddess by
    Phyllis Curott

    Green Witchcraft by Aoumiel (Ann Moura)

    True Magick by Amber K

    Inner Temple of Witchcraft: Magick, Meditation and
    Psychic Development by Christopher Penczak

    Heart of Wicca: Wise Words from a Crone on the Path
    by Ellen Cannon Reed

    The Spiral Dance by Starhawk

    Natural Magic by Marian Green

    Wheel of the Year: Living the Magical Life by Pauline

    The Triumph of the Moon: A History of Modern Pagan
    by Ronald Hutton

  15. In wicca, you will see alot of scam-sites and books. The rude ‘manly man’ was half right. Due to it recent spike in public approval, many ill people are using it to gain profits.
    It gets very annoying filtering through spam to get to good and true knowledge.
    I would recommend books.. by Scott Cunningham, Silver Ravenwolf, and any author of a book on herbs (med).
    Good luck on your search,
    Blesséd Be

    Witchvox.com is great! It is a great place to learn and talk. Also try meetup.com you can try to find pagan groups in your area.

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