other neo-pagan religions are the fastest growing religious group in
America today. This alarms many Christians and followers of other more
'mainstream' religions, who often confuse Wicca with 'devil worship'.
Of course, to many of these religionists, any non-Christian god is a
'false god' anyway, so perhaps it is fruitless to attempt to draw
In fact, Wiccans will tell you they don't believe in a 'devil', which
they see as a purely Christian construct. The Wiccan religion is a
nature religion, and worships both a god and a goddess. Traditions vary
on whether or not they feel these are two different deities or simply
different aspects of the ultimately unknowable Creative Force of the
Wiccans and most pagan religions celebrate the turn of the seasons and
many of the holidays are based around the planting, growing and
harvesting times. While it may seem irrelevant to more urban lives, we
are still required to eat, so a religion that respects the forces that
bring us food will always have a place.
Some neo-pagans have adopted ancient pantheons, such as the Greek,
Roman or Norse gods, with their own particular aspects.
In this section will be posted articles on both Wicca and non-Wiccan