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Things to Remember While Reading "The Principles of Wiccan Belief":

  • Wiccans practice what is considered "white" magic, or good magic. They do not seek to harm or hurt anyone or anything.
  • It is not a part of Wiccan belief to worship the devil or practice evil.
  • Wicca was officially recognized in the United States as a non-profit religious sect in 1975, two years after this was written.

"The Principles of Wiccan Belief"

The Council of American Witches finds it necessary to define modern Witchcraft in terms of the American experience and needs.

We are not bound by traditions from other times and other cultures, and owe no allegiance to any person or power greater than the Divinity manifest through our own being.

As American Witches we welcome and respect all Life Affirming teachings and traditions, and seek to...

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