（Â´-`ᦀ wrote:I always thought it was a year and day, which is a lot longer than 101 days.
Either way, I will argue that there's a difference between a witch and those who get excited by witchcraft and want to preform spellwork. A witch is a witch throughout everything they do. In their cooking their cleaning, their walking down the street and the thoughts they think. They don't need books to show them how to cast or anything else, as it all comes naturally. One who just preforms spells here and there and shuts out witchcraft the rest of the time is just a dabbler playing hocus pocus.
But what I don't understand is how lately people are wanting separate definitions for a wiccan and a witch
ikaba wrote:I do agree. But what I don't understand is how lately people are wanting separate definitions for a wiccan and a witch. Is this just a case of vanity? Or the idea that one cannot be a wiccan if not part of a coven, or not initiated by one?
None of this as far as I remember was as accepted as 'rules' a few years ago. And I feel it's an insult for almost all solitary practitioner and even the idea of Wicca itself.
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