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The Solitary Wiccan

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Solitary by nature or by choice?

Started by Bella Riddle. Last reply by Amberhawk on Sunday. 31 Replies


Started by Sunshine Ader. Last reply by Ström Sep 14. 40 Replies

Not Wiccan Enough?

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Comment by Linda Lovitt on Sunday

I am a new wiccan here and I would like to meet other wiccans. bb linda

Comment by Ashley Wools on Sunday


Comment by Ström on September 14, 2014 at 1:53am

Merry meet to all of you! I am new to the group and currently a solitary Wiccan. I am on a Hellenes-Polytheistic path and that is where the foundation of my beliefs stem.

Comment by Beldair BrightOwl on August 22, 2014 at 6:06pm
Actually it was 8 pups born. One of the 3 given away was the one killed by a hawk.

All 5 are celtic names, yes. Nora was originally named after her momma Inori but we found out that Nora was a celtic name (surprised us lol)

Galena means calm
Britta means strong, freckled, speckled, spotted
Kellan means strong
Caellum means warrior

I forgot what Nora meant.
Comment by Bryn Judysdottir on August 22, 2014 at 5:20pm
@Kellie - That's understandable, "witch" is still in a sort of "claiming" phase, but it's been used proudly by many magic users for the past 80+ years. There's nothing wrong with the word, but mainstream society seems to be uncomfortable with it still. It'll come around eventually, I'm sure.

I think you might be using the word "Wicca" as a sort of comfort thing - just a guess. :)

If I may ask - do you practice magic? Do you want to? I ask because you honestly don't have to in order to be pagan - that's something many don't seem to know. Thought I'd just put that out there.
Comment by Bryn Judysdottir on August 22, 2014 at 5:12pm
*"are"not "SRW" Lol autocorrect.. :/
Comment by Bryn Judysdottir on August 22, 2014 at 5:11pm
@Beldair - 9 pups?! Wow, I was in shock when my dog produced 6 in spring. Lol We found homes for all but 1 who was killed by a wild pig. We wanted to keep that particular one, too. :(

Very cool names. Are they all Celtic names or are some of them from different languages? The names Kellen and Nora SRW the two I'm asking about specifically.
Comment by Kellie Cuillean Sylvertree on August 22, 2014 at 3:09pm

Bryn, I am comfortable with the word pagan. The word witch I honestly do not know. 

Comment by Beldair BrightOwl on August 22, 2014 at 12:51pm
Same litter bryn.

We gave away 3 but 1 was killed by a hawk. The other 5 we kept.

They are named: Galena, Britta, Caellum, Kellen, and Nora.

They are now 5 months old.
Comment by Bryn Judysdottir on August 22, 2014 at 10:28am
The words themselves, love. Are you uncomfortable calling yourself a witch or a pagan? Wiccans are both witches and pagans, but "Wiccan" isn't a synonym for "pagan" and "witch".
Witches practice magic - no matter what kind of magic (hoodoo, Stregheria, Santeria, etc) those listed are different from Wicca, but they're all witchcraft.
Pagans worship pre-Christian deities of any culture. Wiccans are pagans, but a Hellenist isn't a Wiccan. Heathens, druids, Roman pagans, etc - all pagan, but none are Wiccan.

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