I chose this because it describes Wicca in a summary. I see Wicca as a form of feminism because of religious freedom, based on ones own interpretation. I think about how women used religion to as a way to deal with sexism in their everyday lives without organized religions.
What is an Altar, and How Do You Set One Up, Anyway?
Pagan This is how I believe it should be for all humanity. Not hatred, not bloodshed, not the constant threat of war. No matter the religion or other differences we all bleed the same, 99.9% of us have the capacity to love, we all have hurts and joys. It is the greed of man or a religion that claims to be the ONLY one true religion that is mostly is the cause of the worst problems we all face. Is that what any of our "Gods" really want for mankind to survive? For our world to survive?
Witches Around the Globe: The Canadian Prairie. The witches of the Canadian prairie are lonesome, determined creatures. They know what it is to struggle, and yet what they do best is persist. Surrounded by grassland and blue skies, these witches are formed with the heat of the sun in their veins, and their fingers are blessed to grow, to heal, to love.
What is Witchcraft P3 There were times in history when many women were burnt to the stake for practicing witchcraft. All this was largely due to superstition. Witchcraft is actually a ‘craft’ and not a religion. The religion that the witches follow is called Wicca. Since the basic principles and beliefs of witchcraft are also followed in Wicca, therefore, witchcraft is generally identified with religion.
There you have it. Never fully understood why humans had to be so cruel to those that are different then themselves. It doesn't matter who or what they are, all that matters is what they do with the gifts they have.