What is Wicca?
There are many differences among the various sects, but on the whole Wicca is an ancient religion of love of life and nature. The word “Wicca” can be defined as “the wise” or “to bend,” from the much older word “Wicce.”
The Wicca believe in duality and the laws of karma, celebrating life through the seasons and the old Pagan season festivals (see Sabbats).
What is a Witch?
A witch above all worships the Triple Goddess and her Consort, TheHorned God, in one form or another. A Witch works Magick within a definite code of ethics. A Witch acknowledges and uses the male-female polarity in his/her rites. A Witch takes total responsibility for her actions, herself, and her future.
What is Witchcraft?
Synonymous with 'Wicca' (although some traditionalists strongly disagree), the words 'Wicca', 'Wicce' 'Witchcraft' and 'Witch' all have the same basic meanings.