Teaching Wiccan Values … Which Don’t Include Biting People

Sable Aradia, an author over on the Patheos Pagan Channel Seekers and Guides column of the Agora, shares with us an article related to teaching Wiccan values.  Specifically, she discusses the Wiccan Rede, the Charge of the Goddess, and the Ardanyes both a little about their origin and how they might be used and taught in the modern world.

Finally, Tim from the Intersections blog brings us a post where he recognizes the difficulty of identifying a set of values that any one of us could consider universal across our Big Tent of Paganism.  Instead, he discusses modern individuals, none of which are likely to be Pagans, who seem to be operated both inside and outside an ethical Pagan framework.

This rounds out the sixth annual Pagan Values month.  Thank you all for reading and especially thank you to our authors this year for helping us make this possible!

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One response to “Teaching Wiccan Values … Which Don’t Include Biting People

  1. An otherwise lovely article was almost ruined for me with the terms “pseudo-Wiccan” and “Wiccanate.” These are terms used solely to assume a dismissive attitude towards other faiths and practices in neopagsnism. I don’t know who thought this or “neo-Wicca” were acceptable, but it’s a way ofaking an authority grab without establishing consent – over religions not belonging to the speaker.

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