Other Pagan/Wiccan FAQs
Other Pagan/Wiccan FAQs
from Paganism / Wicca
So you’ve just acquired a bunch of stones, candles, herbs, and some other cool stuff. Do you pile them all on your altar and hope you don’t run out of space? What on earth do you do with all that stuff?
Even though you can buy books on Wicca and Paganism just about anywhere, there still tends to be a lot of secrecy and mystery surrounding the issue. Find out why you can’t just open the yellow pages and find a Pagan or Wiccan group.
A reader was told she has to keep her hair long to be Wiccan. Let’s look at how hair length can be influenced by religious structure — and whether or not it has any impact on our practice.
Now that you’ve discovered Paganism and Wicca, do you have to wear flowing robes and capes? Will your new Wiccan friends disown you and tell you you’re not a real Pagan if you wear jeans and a polo shirt?
There are a lot of rumors floating around out there about whether Wiccans practice nude. So… do they?
Many people new to Wicca and Paganism are unsure about how to handle family obligations at church. Are you allowed to go, or does Wicca require you to stay away from celebrations held by other religions?
Teens often have questions about talking to their parents about Wicca and Paganism, for a variety of reasons. Learn why it’s important to keep those lines of communication open – even if your parents object.
What do Pagans and Wiccans think about the concept of “God”? The answer might surprise you.
So you’re interested in Wicca or some other form of Paganism, but have no idea how to begin learning and studying? Don’t worry – we’ve got the basics here of what you need to know as you get started.
Some people say you can’t be Wiccan unless you’re initiated, others believe that anyone can be Wiccan if they want to. So which is it? Well, like many issues in Wicca and modern Paganism, it all depends on who you ask.
A reader wants to know how Wiccans and other Pagans know the difference between right and wrong, if they don’t have the Bible and the Ten Commandments to guide them.
A reader has been advised to abstain from eating, drinking, or doing much of anything else prior to a ritual — but she’s got a medical condition that could be aggravated. Should she abstain before ritual?
A reader is worried that she might have to change her diet if she joins a Wiccan coven. Are Wiccans and Pagans held to any sort of dietary restrictions?
A reader writes in about an odd experience that took place during an exercise session. Find out what happened, and whether it’s normal or not.
Are Pagans and Wiccans a bunch of devil-worshippers? Are they performing naughty naked rituals? Well, no… let’s talk about why that’s a myth.
A reader is wondering if he can still be Wiccan or Pagan, even though he’s not female. Find out the answer, as well as why Paganism and Wicca is so appealing to so many women these days.
A reader writes in wondering why people decide to follow a Wiccan or Pagan spiritual path. Learn what the answer is – it may surprise you!
Are Wicca, Witchcraft and Paganism the same thing? Not exactly. Learn what some of the differences are.
Can you really disarm an enemy by shouting “Expelliarmus” or turn on the lights with a flick of the wand? Well, no, but you’d be surprised how much of JK Rowling’s fictional world is based on real magical theory.
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