Paganism

What is Wicca? An expert on modern witchcraft explains.

"Wicca... whose adherents, regardless of gender, call themselves witches, began in the U.K. in the 1940s. Wicca and Witchcraft are part of the larger contemporary pagan movement, which includes druids and heathens among others. All these spiritual paths, as pagans refer to them, base their practices on pre-Christian religions and cultures." - RNS

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“The latest in a long, long string of examples signaling the increasing popularity of the neo-pagan climate religion...”

“The latest in a long, long string of examples signaling the increasing popularity of the neo-pagan climate religion comes from NBC News, which unveiled an online confessional this week for those who want to denounce themselves publicly for their environmental sins. This is a real thing being promoted by a real newsroom. And it is actually titled, ‘Climate Confessions.’” - Washington Examiner

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Pew: Most Americans “mix traditional faith with beliefs in psychics, reincarnation and spiritual energy that they say can be found in physical objects such as mountains, trees and crystals.”

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