Essentials About Wicca Life

People in our community are always asking about the Wicca religion. I will attempt to answer a few essential question members ask about.

What’s Wicca?

Wicca came back to life in England around 1951, founded by Gerald Brosseau Gardner. Gardner, known to many in England as the “Father of Wicca”, mainly because his experiences with the religion of Wicca and the New Forest Coven. Wiccan’s follow the Wiccan Rede.

What is Wiccan Rede?

The Wiccan Rede is the way of ethics in the neo-Pagan religion “Wicca”. The most common form of the rede is An it harm none, do what ye will. “Rede” is a word from Middle English meaning “advice” Bide the Wiccan Laws ye must In Perfect Love and Perfect Trust.

Who is the wicca God?

Wicca is a polytheistic, neo-pagan religion that acknowledges the existence of many gods and goddesses. Many Wiccans prefer Gods that they can relate to for their rituals.

Commonly-invoked Wiccan Gods

Child God – Title used for Gods in the form of infants, such as Gopala, Baby Jesus, Horus (also Son God).


Father God – Title used for Pagan patriarchs, such as Zeus, Dagda, Odin.
Green Man – Title used for the Earth Gods, such as Tammuz, Herne, Dionysus (also Green God).


Horned God – Title used for Wiccan Gods of the animals or the hunt, symbolizing virility and strength, such as Pan, Cernunnos, Herne, Pashupati.


Lover God – Title used for Gods who aspect as consorts of the Goddess and lover to his devotees, such as Krishna, Cernunnos, Pan.


Sacrificial Gods – Title used for deities whose ritual sacrifice provides life for the people, such as Osiris, Jesus, Adonis, and other Sun Gods and Green Gods


Sun God – Title used for Solar Gods, such as Christ, Sunna, Apollo, Ra.
Triple God – Title used for the godhead as a trinity, such as Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva; God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.

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