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Re: Interested? wicca, neo-pagan

Sep 23, 1999 06:16 PM
by Bart Lidofsky

	Yes, but it is used in many. Also, note that the Wiccan Rede comes
partially from Thelema, where "will" refers to "Divine Will" or, as we
prefer, Atma/Buddhi. Considering that, the Rede, "An it harm none, do
what thou wilt" can be read as "In order to harm none, follow one's
Atma/Buddhi." Being allergic to ritual myself, I just study, I don't

	Bart Lidofsky

hesse600 wrote:
> Bart wrote:
> >       Wicca is a specific religion, and was pretty much the start of the
> > neo-pagan movement, which is far more general in scope (Wicca also has
> > the highest theosophical content).
> Does that mean that for instance the Wicca-rede, is not
> used in all the neo-pagan movement?

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