It is estimated that there are over 1,000,000 practicing Wiccans around the world today. But what is it that has made these people turn their backs on the formal, structured religions that encompass the majority of the Western world?
In our modern, high-pressured world, many of us fail to take notice of the sheer beauty of the natural world surrounding us. In many ways this is a travesty. The world we live in today seems so completely distant from the one our ancestors lived in, a world where humans and nature were one, their existences intertwined in the natural cycles of life. Wicca is a new way of life, a religion that takes us back to a simpler time, before the invention of the high-tech gadgetry we see all around us.
As a Wiccan, you will learn to live in and appreciate the natural world that surrounds you. You will also learn to celebrate the intricate changes in the seasons and everything they bring, from the bounties of the summer harvest to the cold and darkness of the winter months, when Mother Nature rests in preparation for the next explosive cycle of life that spring brings.
Wicca is a reincarnation of the very earliest religions, long predating Christianity. Wiccans celebrate and share many of the same beliefs that early people held, and they try to embrace their ways of life, all while remaining fully functional in today's modern world. Wicca differs from the highly structured religions that most people in the Western world are familiar with. There is no sacred text to follow; Wiccans must take it upon themselves to piece together the many different aspects of this exciting, enchanting religion. Wicca for Beginners was created with these people in mind, acting as an entry point for anyone seeking information about the Wicca religion, whether you're just looking to learn more about the fascinating Wiccan way of life or you want to start practicing Wicca yourself. Blessed be!
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Good book, terrible narration
- Boston Baby
loved it! very informative yet simpistic.
- Mindy G.