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We all walk our own Path. Sometimes with others, sometimes alone. We teach you how to use your own personal power to open the doors to your spiritual awakening. Through meditation, gaining knowledge, attain a relationships with our members, Spirit Guides, Deities, Totems, and Ancestors to unlock your own special gifts. At life's crossroads, we will help you discover with path or which door you wish to continue with.
Witchcraft is an all-purpose term applied to witchcraft traditions that don't fit into a specific category, often because they are a blend of magical beliefs and practices from different areas. Although some eclectic witches identify as NeoWiccan, there are plenty of non-Wiccan eclectic witches out there, using the parts of different magical traditions that resonate with them the most. Eclectic witches might use a combination of historical sources, information read online, some knowledge from a class they took, and their own personal experience, all rolled together to form one single, practical method of performing rituals and spells. In some cases, the word eclectic is used to distinguish a modified magical tradition from its original form, or to differentiate an uninitiated person who is practicing their own version of otherwise oathbound material.
Wicca is a tradition of Witchcraft that was brought to the public by Gerald Gardner in the 1950s. There is a great deal of debate among the Pagan community about whether or not Wicca is truly the same form of Witchcraft that the ancients practiced. Regardless, many people use the terms Wicca and Witchcraft interchangeably. Paganism is an umbrella term used to apply to a number of different earth-based faiths. Wicca falls under that heading, although not all Pagans are Wiccan.
So, in a nutshell, here's what's going on. All Wiccans are witches, but not all witches are Wiccans. All Wiccans are Pagans, but not all Pagans are Wiccans. Finally, some witches are Pagans, but some are not - and some Pagans practice witchcraft, while others choose not to.
As you study and learn more about magical living and modern Paganism, you're going to see the words witch, Wiccan, and Pagan pretty regularly, but they're not all the same. As if that wasn't confusing enough, we often discuss Paganism and Wicca, as if they're two different things. So what's the deal? Is there a difference between the three? Quite simply, yes, but it's not as cut and dried as you might imagine.
If you’re reading this page, chances are you’re either a Wiccan or Pagan, or you’re someone who’s interested in learning more about the modern Pagan movement. You may be a parent who’s curious about what your child is reading, or you might be someone who is unsatisfied with the spiritual path you’re on right now. Perhaps you’re seeking something more than what you’ve had in the past. You might be someone who’s practiced Wicca or Paganism for years, and who just wants to learn more.
For many people, the embracing of an earth-based spirituality is a feeling of “coming home”. Often, people say that when they first discovered Wicca, they felt like they finally fit in. For others, it’s a journey TO something new, rather than running away from something else.