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Eclectic Wicca
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Post # 1
Merry Meet,

Eclectic Wicca is a Witch or He-Witch who choose and mixes the traditions they are drawn to. With this being said Not all Eclectic believe in the same or follow the same traditions.

Who out there are Eclectic Witches or He-Witches?

Merry Part,
Lady Isabella
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Re: Eclectic Wicca
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Post # 2
Male practitioners are also called witches, not he-witches.
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Re: Eclectic Wicca
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Post # 3
Oh, I see
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Re: Eclectic Wicca
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Post # 4
Well, I like calling male wiches warlock's. It just sounds more "manly".
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Re: Eclectic Wicca
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Wouldn't male "witches" be called Wizards? Because if the word "Witch" is referring to the feminine version of someone who does or practices witchcraft or Wicca, then the Masculine version of "Witch" would be Wizard, am i not correct? ^?^
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Re: Eclectic Wicca
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Post # 6
im pretty sure the one word that goes for all is magician, actually
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Re: Eclectic Wicca
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Post # 7
Is this what you're claiming now? Eclectic Wicca?

It seems with every new profile of yours, there's a new path being followed. First is was Christo-paganism. Then Green Vampiric Wicca, then Shinto Wicca, then it's just Green Magick minus the vampirism, then vampirism as a form of spirituality itself then there was vampiric shinto. I'm just wondering how many times you are going to alter your profiles and alter your path, cause all this has happened in like, a 3 month time frame.

If you're going to give yourself the title of Priestess, you might want to show stability within your own path. The chaos within your own views is not helpful to those you may attempt to teach.
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Re: Eclectic Wicca
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Post # 8
It all depends on what you want to be called, though it is unwise to call yourself a 'Warlock' considering the meaning of "Warlock" typically means a Charlatan or an oath-breaker but again it depends on preference.

And NightLady, I'm pretty sure you'll find many Eclectic witches here. Wiccan or not, a lot have many variety to their paths. Also have to agree with Rashnu over here. Changing your name and the paths won't do you any good, considering it looks like you aren't 'fixed' to develop an actual tradition.
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Re: Eclectic Wicca
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Post # 9
"Wouldn't male ''witches'' be called Wizards? Because if the word ''Witch'' is referring to the feminine version of someone who does or practices witchcraft or Wicca, then the Masculine version of ''Witch'' would be Wizard, am i not correct? ^?^ "

Nope, not correct. The word "Wicca" is drawn from the Anglo Saxon language. In Anglo-Saxon "wicca" meant a male witch while "wicce" meant a female witch. So all Wiccans are Witches regardless of their gender.

Wizard is more of a Hollywood term and not one of historical derivation. And wizards also can be either male or female.
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Re: Eclectic Wicca
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Post # 10
But im not wiccan so i wouldn't go by that term. so then back to my question if you aren't wiccan (like me) then wouldn't a male witch be called a wizard
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