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Find the generally accepted tenets of Wicca here along with corresponding ethical issues.
Why Do Wiccans Harm None
The Wiccan Rede, which is the cornerstone of morality in the Wiccan religion, proclaims, "An it harm none, do as ye will." What does this mean? Why should you harm none? How must you live your life to be in accordance with the Wiccan Rede?
Wiccan Rede Full Version
When Wiccans think of the Wiccan Rede, we tend to remember the eight-word phrase that expresses the moral core of our faith, An it harm none, do as ye will. However, there is a longer poem that quotes this as its final line. The poem has had a significant influence on Wiccan culture. Here it is.
Wiccan Threefold Law
The Wiccan Threefold Law states that the good or evil actions that you send into the universe will return to you threefold. This uniquely Wiccan concept of cause and effect is taught to new Wiccans especially in the context of casting spells.
Wiccan Threefold Law Is Overrated Wicca Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Wicca Site Map
The Wiccan Threefold Law states that the good or evil deeds that you commit will return to you threefold. This is a uniquely Wiccan concept. But I believe the Wiccan Threefold Law is overrated. There are similar concepts by which to live one’s life that are far better expressed.
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