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Nomadism
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Post # 1
Can a Wiccan be nomadic? I mean by this, can a Wiccan travel place to place and still practice magick and ritual, or does a witch have to remain in a settled dwelling?
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Re: Nomadism
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 2

Why would you think that a Wiccan had to remain in one place all of their life?

Wiccans move around all the time. I've moved from state to state, but I know other Wiccans who have happily moved to other countries. Ray Buckland, as an example, moved from England to the United States, and in the process he brought Wicca to the USA. Of course some Wiccans never move from where they were born and may feel tied to that spot for various reasons. But moving or not moving is simply a matter of personal choice.

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Re: Nomadism
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Post # 3
Well, Mr.Moderator, I mean not having a house. Literally moving place to place, gypsylike, telling fortunes and giving remedies for gas money and food. Would this style of life be recommended for a Wiccan?
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Re: Nomadism
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 4

Ahh, I understande your question now. You original post did not make the details quite clear enuogh.

I don't see any reason that a Wiccan could not do that if they wished. There are certainly no "rules" in Wicca that would forbid it or that would bind a Wiccan to one place. My former High Priestess made a living reading Tarot professionally. Seeing that Wicca in the US at least was heavily influenced by the Hippie movement of the 60's this sort of lifestyle would not be unknown.

By the way, I am a "she", not a "he".

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Re: Nomadism
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Post # 5
I apologize.
Good to know, as my family was once traditionally Gypsy-Wiccans. Now they are ALL Catholic (ugh, I hate Catholics, for good reason).
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