Book: Pocket Guide To Witchcraft by Frater FpWitchcraft, Wicca and Paganism; you’ll need to decide what aspect to follow. In my view, Paganism encompasses all aspects of a pagan lifestyle, and suits those with a view to bringing their entire life, family and career into a pagan (country-dwelling) perspective. Witchcraft is the magical aspect of the pagan lifestyle, and can be studied independently of becoming a Pagan - although many Pagans are Witches, you don’t have to be a Witch to be a Pagan! Wicca is a more generic term for a modern angle which takes from both Paganism and Witchcraft to make a blend more suited to a modern lifestyle and modern mindsets. Many people become Wiccans before becoming Witches or Pagans! There are many ways of looking at these definitions, of course, but the important thing is to establish your own personal Relationship to nature and the environment, and the courses of time and seasons – this is the heart of the tradition. Having a Representation of the God and Goddess is also a matter of personal orientation. Some prefer Pan, an all-begetting, all-devouring masculine God, whilst others prefer Hecate, who can be cruel and severe, or take the aspect of a gracious grandmother!
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