Although the term “Wicca” is a term that became popularized in the mid-20th century, the origins of Wicca go back hundreds of years.  From a technical perspective, Wicca is considered a neopagan religion.  However, Wicca is less a religion in the conventional sense and more of a “belief system,” a term I use extensively to describe Wicca.   Wiccans are modern day practitioners of witchcraft, though that term certainly carries with it a stigma because of the demonization of the term by the Judeo-Christian religions.

Getting Started

So you want to be a Wiccan, eh?  Or, at the very least, you’re interested in learning about what a Wiccan is and what the beliefs & practices are. Either way, if you’re new to the Wiccan belief system, you’re in the right spot to begin to learn.

If you’re just starting out, then I recommend that you read through the different pages here in the “What Is Wicca?” section.  There’s quite a bit of reading, so make sure you’re comfortable and you have a fresh refill of your favorite beverage before diving in.

From there, check out my Blog section where you can find several articles such as “How Do I Become a Wiccan?” and “Flying Solo vs. Flying In a Group.”

Also be sure to subscribe to the mailing list so you can get updates on new articles and special offers.  And feel free to contact me and let me know what other topics regarding Wicca and witchcraft that I can cover.  Enjoy!

The Definition of Wicca
The History of Wicca
Wiccan Beliefs & Common Practices
Wiccan Sabbats
Wiccan Symbolism
The Wiccan Rede