Contemporary Witchcraft

Contemporary or Modern Witchcraft refers to the various witchcraft or sorcery practices that are practised in the present day. The majority of these groups, such as Wicca and Stregheria claim to be religions, whereas others simply claim to be witchcraft practices that can exist alongside a religious belief such as Christianity.

Wicca is the most influential and widespread modern witchcraft movement, and this section largely focuses on different aspects of it, although other non-Wicca traditions are also described in summary:

Wicca | Beliefs of Wicca | Practices of Wicca | Traditions of Wicca | Non-Wicca Contemporary Witchcraft

You can use the Contemporary Menu on the right of each page to navigate around this section.

 




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