Does this mean witchery, if so are you a white witch? Also how do you celebrate the yule? Just curious..
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Q1.) What is Pagan? (Broader Answer HERE)
A.) Simply put a Pagan is someone who does not follow an Abrahamic path. Abrahamic paths include Christianity, Islam & Judaism. However, those of us who use the term Pagan to discribe our beliefs tend to have one of two things in common, either we belong to a belief system which is "nature based" or one which has ties (directly or indirectly) to a pre-Christian/non-Jewish belief system. The Majority of Pagans are Polythiestic, or at least duelthiestic, but some are not.
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Q2.) Does this mean witchery, if so are you a white witch?
A.) Many Pagans are witches, however, not all are. That said, many non-Pagans are witches as well, including many on Abrahamic paths. There is generally no such thing as a "white witch" or "black witch." As with anyone else witches are mearly people, we have good and bad inside us and the vast majority of us do our very best to live a "good" life. Witchcraft/Magick has no color in itself, it's the intent behind the use of magick which creates the "color." MOST witches do strive to live a good life and they usually have a strong belief in Karma, the Law of Attraction or simply the idea that everything we do comes back, so negative actions bring negative results.
Witches are simply people who practice Witchcraft. Witchcraft is a Practice, not a religion. And ANYONE, regardless of their religion, can practice Witchcraft.
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