|prop. n.||1.||A religion derived from pre-Christian times, also called |
Encouraged by court rulings recognizing witchcraft as a legal religion, an increasing number of books related to the subject, and the continuing cultural concern for the environment, Wicca - as contemporary witchcraft is often called - has been growing in the United States and abroad. It is a major element in the expanding "neo-pagan" movement whose members regard nature itself as charged with divinity.
|2.||A practitioner of Wicca, also commonly called a |