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Can a person be both a Christian and a Wiccan?

Links to Christian Wicca resources

Christian Wiccan online resources:

Forums and groups:

bulletWicca Forums has a section on Christian Wicca. See: http://www.wiccaforums.com under the heading "Religion, Traditions, and Spiritual Paths."
bulletNorthernway.org has an informative essay on Christo-Pagans." See: http://www.northernway.org/
bulletGoddessChristians is a Yahoo! group: "Balancing Goddess and God." It is for "Goddess worshipers, Christo-Pagans, seekers of Mother Earth, Mary Magdelene, Asherath." See: http://groups.yahoo.com/ The Yahoo! group page refers to Jesus by his real name Yeshua of Nazareth:

"Yeshua was an occult teacher of the ancient Mystery tradition. He was married to Mary Magdalene, the other half of the Messiah Archetype, both of them representing the Divine Energy as it Incarnates in both Masculine and Feminine forms. The wedding at Cana was theirs, some scholars and historians now say they even produced children."

bulletThe Caldron, Cross and the Pentacle is a "...sacred space and sanctuary for the Pagan/Wiccan and the "Christo-Pagan" alike ... where we will be free from ill wishes and bigotry." See: http://groups.myspace.com/


bulletThe Witches' Voice list hundreds of Wiccan covens at: http://www.witchvox.com/ A search for "Christian Wicca" in 2008-NOV found a single hit: a group located in Washington. They have a MySpace interest group at: http://groups.myspace.com/christianwiccan 

Web sites:

bulletTrinitarian Wicca is an alternate name for Christian Wicca. See: http://wiccanheathen.blogspot.com/

Essays, covering a wide range of viewpoints -- a few are quite negative:

bulletAlexandra Amnamáre, "Christian Wicca," at: http://www.witchvox.com/

bulletCatherine Beyer, "The problem with Christian Wicca," at: http://wicca.timerift.net/

bulletVetch Hoshizora, "Christian Wicca - The Impossible Supposition." at: http://www.witchvox.com/

bulletRhaevyn Sunrise, "Christian-Wicca," at: http://www.collegewicca.com/

bulletJ.C. Taylor, "A Christian Speaks on the faith and path of Wicca," See: www.paganpride.org/

bulletChris K Underwood, "Christian Wiccan—No Such Thing," at: http://www.witchvox.com/

bullet"Christian Wicca," Wikipedia, at: http://en.wikipedia.org/

bullet"Christian Wicca," All About the Occult, at: http://www.allabouttheoccult.org/


bulletRiver and Joyce Higginbotham, "ChristoPaganism: An inclusive path," Llewellyn Publications (2009) Read reviews or order this book safely from Amazon.com online book store

bulletNancy Chandler Pittman, "Christian Wicca: The Trinitarian Tradition," 1st Books Library, (2003). Read reviews or order this book safely from Amazon.com online book store

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Books on Trinitarian Wicca:

Books by Ann Moura:

In her book "Green Witchcraft," she describes how her mother and grandmother were able to merge Roman Catholicism and traditional Witchcraft/Pagan practices and beliefs. The Christian belief in Jesus being born of the Virgin Mary and the Holy Spirit found resonance in the widespread Pagan belief that the God impregnated the Goddess who gave birth to the God. Her mother and grandmother looked upon the Christian Trinity as the male aspect of the divine and of Mary as the Mother-Goddess. Her book is: Ann Moura,: Green Witchcraft: Folk magic, fairy lore and herb craft," (1996). You can read many dozens of reviews and/or order this book safely from Amazon.com's online book store

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