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Transcript of Wicca
When we began this process we started by brainstorming what we knew, or had heard about Wicca, Witches, Pagan, & Wizards. We came up with three main things we had heard, or seen.
Our Common Misconceptions, #1
Wiccans and Pagans worship the devil.
Common Misconception #2
Those who practice Wicca, or align with the culture and belief are evil.
According to all three interviewees, Witches generally adhere to the Wiccan Rede.
Common Misconception #3
"They" are different from us. And that is scary.
Through this process we have learned so much, and through our presentation we hope to eliminate some of those fears and misconceptions you might have as well.
What is Wicca, a cultural view point.
How does the world view it?
The culture...a more in depth look.
The teenager, an underlying belief.
The store owner, and Lord.
The holistic Yoga instructor.
If they seek us out...
Will they seek us out?
Presenting issues if they do seek us out.
How do they traditionally heal?
The client-counselor relationship
According to Pwyll (2006) Diabolatry is the religious worship of the Devil.
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What are we shown?
Just like there are a variety of factions of Christianity, the same is true here.