Apples and Orangutans: Traditional Witchcraft vs. Wicca

Apples and Orangutans: Traditional Witchcraft vs. Wicca.


~ by Sable Aradia on January 16, 2015.

2 Responses to “Apples and Orangutans: Traditional Witchcraft vs. Wicca”

  1. I think two main things contribute to this issue. One, egotistical people can be found in all manners of faiths and practices. They also tend to be the loudest, which is just a shame :/

    The other being that they don’t really understand each other, and that they base their understandings from encounters with those egotistical people v-v which is a shame.

    I know one of the first experiences I had with a Wiccan was that I had to change my beliefs to Wicca in order to practice magic :>

    anyways nice article

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