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Witchcraft & Wicca
Transcript of Witchcraft & Wicca
Associations with Satan or other rebellious figures
Inspired by Gnosticism and Wicca
Theistic and Atheistic Satanism
Sigil of Baphomet Druids Bards, ovates, druids/druidesses
Stonehenge Necromancers Conjuring the dead Voodoo Originated from Africa
Gris-gris (voodoo queens) Your Typical Witch Famous Symbols -The Pentegram
- The Pentacle
-Sigil of Baphomet Respect For Nature A very peaceful, harmonious and balanced way of life.
A belief system and way of life based upon the reconstruction of pre-Christian traditions.
A deep appreciation for nature and everything that surrounds us. Black Cat Pointed
Hat Ugly Hag
Face Other symbols -The Hexagram
-All Seeing Eye
-Udjat- Eye of Horus Afterlife... The Crucible Poppet Some believe in ancient Celtic legends about Summerland.
Believe in recarnation.
An individual gains enough knowledge to move on to a new level of existence in which they know nothing about. Broomstick The Image of the Witch Changes with the Times Where did witchcraft begin? Roman Laws told the difference
between GOOD magic and BAD magic,
those who practiced bad/dark were
punished. Some other symbols As christianity spread all magic
became associated with devil worship. The practice of witchcraft began as heresy,which is the rejection church teachings. Heresy was a serious charge... a small figure of a human being used in sorcery and witchcraft. The Wiccan Rede "A'in it harm none, do what thou wilt."
They follow it not because they're force to but, because it is the right thing to do.