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While specific practices vary from one group to the next, there are a few ideals and beliefs common to nearly all modern Wiccan groups. Keep in mind that not all Pagans are Wiccans , and not all Pagan traditions have the same set of principles as the core beliefs of modern Wicca.
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Wicca as a religion was introduced by Gerald Gardner in the s. Gardner's tradition was oathbound, initiatory, and secret. However, after a few years, splinter groups began forming, and new traditions were established. Today, many Wiccan groups owe their basic foundation to the principles laid out by Gardner. Wicca is not an ancient religion, but Gardner did incorporate some old esoteric knowledge into his original tradition, including Eastern mysticism, Kabbalah, and British legend. Wicca acknowledges the polarity of the Divine, which means that both the male and female deities are often honored.
A Wiccan may honor simply a non-specific god and goddess, or they may choose to worship specific deities of their tradition, whether it be Isis and Osiris , Cerridwen and Herne , or Apollo and Athena. In Gardnerian Wicca , the true names of the gods are revealed only to initiated members, and are kept secret from anyone outside the tradition. In most Wiccan covens, there is some form of initiation and a degree system. Initiation is a symbolic rebirth, in which the initiants dedicate themselves to the gods of their tradition.
Typically, only an individual who has attained the rank of Third Degree dedicant may act as a High Priest or High Priestess. Study is required before an individual may advance to the next degree level, and often this is the traditional " year and a day " period. Someone who is not a member of a coven or formal group may choose to perform a self-dedication ritual to pledge themselves to the gods of their path.
The belief in and use of magic and spellwork is nearly universal within Wicca. This is because, for most Wiccans, there's nothing supernatural about magic at all. Instead, Wiccans view magic as the harnessing and redirection of natural energy to effect change in the world around us.
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Not Helpful 1 Helpful It really doesn't matter. You can have as much or as little on your alter as you like. There is no right or wrong way. I don't really have many magical items on me at this moment, so for now my altar is multi-use it's an old work table I borrowed. Is that okay, or do the perfume bottles substract meaning to the altar?
If you feel it subtracts meaning from your altar or if they feel wrong standing near your altar, you should put them elsewhere. If you have no problem with them standing there and don't feel like there is negative energy around your altar, you don't have to move them. It can be anywhere you'd like.
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You could have multiple altars if you want. Not Helpful 3 Helpful I'm in the broom closet, I'm kinda broke, and I'm using TV trays as my altar. Generally, people prefer to have a surface or drawer or what have you dedicated solely to their altar, but whatever you can use should fine, as long as your altar is assembled with love and respect. If it still doesn't feel right to you, then put a little bit of money to the side and save up for something inconspicuous you can use, like an end table or a bedside table or a small bookshelf or something; check secondhand stores like the Salvation Army to save yourself some money.
If you like to keep your tools hidden, shave a chest with a lock to keep your tools in like candles, pentacle, etc. Good luck and blessed be. My mother forbade me to practice Wicca. How do I convince her that my true calling is to be a witch? Tell her that Wicca is a nature-based religion. We do not worship Satan and are totally against harming others and ourselves. You can show her some videos or books about Wicca so she can see what it's about.
If your mom still won't let you, you will have to respect her and wait until you move out on your own to practice Wicca. Are there any places I can get items stones, statues, candles, etc. I'm a beginner too. Dollar stores, Walmart, thrift stores, wherever you feel is right. Sometimes, thrift stores happen to have stuff that really speaks to you, and it's cheap! It's ok to put an altar in the middle of a bookshelf and use the rest as, well, a bookshelf? Is the only available place I have for the moment, but I'm not sure if that would be disrespectful.
My parents detest pagan practices, can I still have an altar to my goddess Brigid? Don't ever feel bad for worshiping Brigid, and know your parents may be wonderful people and simply unable to understand. If you are living with them or are in any way dependent on them, it's best to hide it there are many ways, such as blending it in if it is inconspicuous enough. Some altars are simple yet beautiful and sacred.
The other option would be to worship her without an altar, which can be harder and feel sad but can also fit some it's up to you to see if you manage this way. Altar or not, cover your tracks: don't make items obvious, keep the least amount in their house, never leave anything Pagan on your computer or phone, and hold rituals very discreetly alone or outdoors. Always keep safe! Not Helpful 0 Helpful Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other.
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