Collection: Wica, Pagan, Celtic

Even tho they are all different they carry many of the same ideas. So we have grouped them for simplicity reasons. 

They aren't just about witches and sorcerers. There is a strong moral rede that they all follow. " An it harm none do what ye will." They follow deities not the Christian god. Wica is extremely nature based and personified as Mother Earth and Father Sky.

For example the 12 pagan gods are Jupiter, Juno, Vesta, Ceres, Mercury, Mars, Apollo, Diana, Vulcan, Poseidon, Minerva, and Venus.

Pagans view the world as a place of joy / life, not of sin / suffering. That the divine is with us in the natural world, not in some faraway place in the sky. They hold deep reverence for nature and the earth and tend to be earth conscious.
Celtic religion was polytheistic, believing in many deities, both gods and goddesses, often worshipped by region. They worship gods in sacred places like lakes, rivers, cliffs and bushes. The moon, the sun and the stars were especially important - due to the thought that there were supernatural forces in every aspect of the natural world. 
Celtic believers follow similar codes
1. To be brave in the face of the enemy and to uphold one’s convictions is honorable.
2. To be loyal to one’s clan, one’s allies, and one’s friends is necessarily honorable.
3. To be strong and not weak in battle shows honor.
                                        bravery, loyalty, and strength
Tree of Life is a revered symbol in Celtic art and culture. The intricate design symbolizes the connection between the physical and spiritual realms. The great oak tree and its roots.