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Time:07:36 pm
You know if you paid any real attention to this group you would see we have more important things to do then send anyone to you for "fun".

We love pointing out your hypocrisy of "Tolerant Wiccans and Pagans" yet you ban anyone who may be a friend or just watching this community.

You are nothing but spoiled little children who do not seem to understand the stupidity in which you have embroiled yourselves. One has to wonder what a community that is open to all pagans and wiccans truly is like if they ban certain pagans and wiccans for being friends with certain people or expressing opinions about certain things.

If you truly wanted to learn you would not be banning people.

I pity you for you will gain no knowledge but false knowledge, which will only get you hurt.

sad.
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beltainelady
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Time:2005-02-09 12:34 am (UTC)
At least in my perspective, "neo-wicca" is applied to any non-traditional form. Seax-Wica is a valid tradition, so it doesn't really count.

The break is when there is no tradition being passed on; no lineage or lore; no connection to the past; no egregore.

That's where the major differences lie. Is Seax the same as BTW? No. Is it a valid tradition? Yes, just not BTW.

For me, I get snarky when there isn't a connection AT ALL. When people are professing to practice the very same rites that I do...and it's blatently obvious that they're not. Their practices may be wonderful and valid for them, but it's STILL NOT Wicca...not the Wicca I know. That's why I'll use a separate term to describe it: neo-wicca. It's different. I don't call brooms mops, nor mops brooms. They serve a similar function, and work in similar ways but they're still different and need to be marked as such.
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