Hi, everyone i'm a beginner of Wicca, i do believe pagan is worshipping other gods, but i do believe in god, and bible figures, but as well i believe in nature's own power, and peacefulness, i'd be happy to learn "white" spells or join a good coven, btw I'm 14.
Welcome! Warning, Christo-paganism can get a lot of flack, but speaking as a Faelatrist (albeit one more interested in the pagan/nature side too) it sort of syncretizes on its own sometimes.
In case you're curious, there's also Western ceremonial traditions of ritual magick that might seem like "white" spells because they're Theurgia (they call to god, just Google: The Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram, which uses the traditional names and titles of the Judeo-Christian god and calls upon angels.) And Enochian rites.
Wicca is a laudably prominent representation of pagan/magic practice, but not the only one.
Hey, again i really don't know anything about all these words, and such, sorry if i annoy you, but it's the truth, i've barely started following wicca, i really need sort of like a teacher for beginners.
If it wasn't already enough for you, could you possibily ask, if not i'll ask if there's a sort of place or teacher which can help very barely beginners for what are wicca, and it's pratices and other sub-s of different tittles of pagan/ wicca.
Welcome to SOM. I hope you find what you are looking for on this site.
As a long time Wiccan (30 + years) I must say that believing in nature and peacefulness does not make one Wiccan. Wicca is a religion and an essential part of that religion is the belief in the existence of many Gods, and in particular the belief in both the God and the Goddess. While some claim to be "Christo-Wiccans" , in my opinion what they are doing isn't Wicca. You might want to read my post at http://www.spellsofmagic.com/read_post.html?post=637268 which discusses what Wicca is and is not.
That being said, it is perfectly possible to be both Christian and Witch, and Witches (As Brysing can tell you.) are closely tied to nature as well. But being a Witch does not involve accepting a religion different from the one in which you were raised, while Wicca certainly demands that change.
If there is anything I can do to help you understand Wicca better don't hesitate to ask. I'm always willing to try to help honest Seekers find out whether Wicca is for them or not and to start them on their way if it is.
Don't hesitate to drop me a message, either. Don't worry, you don't annoy me. I'm more likely to be the one to annoy people with my walls of text and big words (but if there were simpler words for these concepts then I'd use those instead, I swear!) ;-)
Unlike Lark above, though, I cannot help or guide you with the specifics of Wicca because I am not Wiccan. If you ever get curious about Faelatry or the astral plane, though, I'm more than ready for any question!
Okay,i found out what is my pratice, i just don't know the name of it, i'm Catholic, but i also would like how to use such items like herbs, white.magic to benefit people, and perhaps my own self at times, like protection from evil sources, and other "white" magick, would any of you know what i would be called. .?
Yupp.. i just wrote a article about it, im catholic, but as well as using figures of the bible and such as herbs, items, and basic natural resources, i would like how to brew redemies,and potions of "good magic "such as love potions, money and blessings to people.
But, like i would use that, but i would also use items for other purposes, items which in society's remarks as "werid" or unusual, and perhaps once or twice use nuetral magick/grey magick for nuertal purposes if it not really considered good, but as well not overly dark and sinster.