Definitions for "Wicca"
A religion derived from pre-Christian times, also called Witchcraft{4}, which practices a benevolent reverence for nature, and recognizes two deities, variously viewed as Mother & Father, Goddess & God, Female & Male, etc.; its practitioners are called Wiccans, Wiccas, or witches. Since there is no central authority to propagate dogma, the beliefs and practices of Wiccans vary significantly.
A practitioner of Wicca, also commonly called a Wiccan, Wicca, or witch .
A neo-pagan religion founded by Gerald Gardner, "The Father of Modern Witchcraft", which claims descendency for the witch-cults of Western Europe and employs magickal rites as part of the worship and celebration of the earth.
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