Why I Got Into Wicca

“Don’t you guys worship the devil?”

Well, no. That’s a common misconception.

There are lots of misconceptions about Wicca, and I’m not going to go into correcting them all in this post, so if you’re interested in reading more about that, click here.

Anyway, in this post, I’m going to talk about the reasons why I got into Wicca, and the benefits I see in it.


  • I already enjoy a lot of the stuff related to it
    • Even prior to looking into Wicca, I already liked things that I later found were used in Wicca, such as:
  • Setting intentions and taking control of my life
    • The use of magick/ritual to connect with universal energy and direct it towards a positive change.
  • Connection to a universal energy
    • For many years, I have sought a spiritual path and some sort of universal connection. For a while, I explored Christianity, however, I could not reconcile my own core values with the core values of the religion at large. I find that Wicca is a religion that promotes equality, acceptance, and oneness with nature and the energy that makes up our universe. This sits well with me.
  • “An It Harm None, Do As Ye Will”
    • The Wiccan Rede sums up my moral system very well. It basically means, as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone (either others or yourself), do what you want to do. I very much believe in this and I believe we would all benefit from living this way.

Do you have any experience with Wicca or Paganism?

Let me know in the comments below!

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Why I Got Into Wicca
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4 comments

  1. I really enjoy hearing your reasons for why it resonates with you! I’m also Pagan (my logo is my blog name but also a subtle pentacle for good intentions) and my favorite part about being around others with similar faith is finding how they feel connected to their spirituality and the journey that took them to that discovery.
    I love that with Wicca you can do solitary practice but it can also be an amazing community experience, whichever works for each person.

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