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Christian wiccan
Post # 1
Hi I'm new hear and tryna figure it all out really love to connect with christian wicca to have a better understanding I have had dreams and visions and I am an empathy and I'm tryna to embrace it but having hard time with negative energies
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Re: Christian wiccan
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 2
This thread has been moved to Other Paths from Introduce Yourself.
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Re: Christian wiccan
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 3

In my personal opinion there is no such thing as Christian Wicca.

Wicca is a very specific religion with specific beliefs and practices which in no way match the beliefs and practices of Christianity. Wiccans do not acknowledge Christ as the Savior, do not believe in the concept of Original Sin or of sin at all, believe there is more than one God, and believe that we do not need to be "saved."

One can take bits and pieces of Wiccan belief and of Christian belief and combine them I suppose. But what you have afterwards is neither Christianity nor Wicca.

What most mean when they use the term "Christian Wiccan" is someone who is a Christain who practices magic. That means that a more accurate term would be "Christian Witch" as Witchcraft is not a religion but rather a magical practice.

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Re: Christian wiccan
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I'm not a Wiccan at all, but here are my beliefs:

Satan and Jesus are both Gods.

Satan will soon rise to power. He will be defeated and locked away by Jesus for 1000 years, as described in Revelation. At the end of the 1000 years Satan will be released and rise up against Jesus. He will be consumed by fire. However, this is not permanent. It doesn't actually say 'forever' in the Bible, the correct translation is 'unto the Age of the Ages'. This is a Golden Age when all will have passed, and everyone will be happy and live forever.

In my opinion it really just depends on what makes more sense out of 'Do as you will, harm none' and 'Do unto others as you would have them do unto you'. For me the former makes more sense, so I'm probably more of a Satanist than a Christian. I'm not sure who I see as superior out of Satan and Jesus, they're just kind of different really.

I've also heard people talk about a 'Third Coming', which I believe is meant to be when the whole human race attains Godhead. It gets a bit Rosicrucian.

Just my own beliefs which I'm aware aren't exactly orthodox.
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Re: Christian wiccan
Post # 5
you would refer to it as a Christian witch so that would not be the same as the coven Christian wiccan .I believe in my god but I also believe in magik and believe I have been in contact with the angels in my every day life I just don't understand were that would put me society has made me confused about a lot of things like im wrong to worship god and believe in magic and spells any advice
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Re: Christian wiccan
Post # 6
Two different things
Wicca is its own religion
Christians can be witches,Italy,SPain
Haiti,and many other countries have tons of Christian based Magick Faiths, All of the oldest grimores Such as the keys of Solomons are bases strongly on the Faith
Hoodoo,Santatia,Italian Folk Magick are just a few paths you can look into Wicca shares none of our core religious beliefs but magick is magick.I had myself Ordained so I could feel comfy following my own sort of path..I mix bits of everything From High magick to Black Magick.. I started out reading Wiccan based books and o feel no connection
Try books like Modern Magick
Also anything by Jason Miller
Jason Miller is a Christian sorcoror
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Re: Christian wiccan
By: / Novice
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See, the technical term is 'Christian Witch' but they don't like the term 'Christian Witch' so they go with the more peaceful name 'Christian Wicca'. Problem is, this is like saying 'Buddhist Muslim' or 'Jewish Hindu' they are two different religions. I'm fine if people choose to call themselves that, but it's not technically correct. [But, personal preference, so whatever]

Cleansings can get rid of negative energy. Meditation, journaling and mindfulness can help with negative thoughts. Just understand good and bad will happen, don't dwell, accept what is and move on. Many people choose to be positive all the time and ignore 'negative' emotions. Sometimes optimism is best, but bad things happen, if you feel like crying, cry, don't beat yourself up over it however. Finding the balance will help you.

You should read books on Wicca and Christianity to find the path for you, but you could just join Christian Wicca Coven and ask them for further information. Good luck to you.
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