Wicca is a revolutionary neo pagan religious in the modern-day era and what makes it special is unlike the other major religions Wicca does not have a history that spans thousands of years ago to a to a single central figure or group of people that must follow a set of laws that have to be obeyed for generations

Wicca is a revolutionary neo pagan religious in the modern-day era and what makes it special is unlike the other major religions Wicca does not have a history that spans thousands of years ago to a to a single central figure or group of people that must follow a set of laws that have to be obeyed for generations. In this paper, I will be introducing the religion of Wicca and explaining the factors that make it different from the other main religions.
History writes that Wicca or also known as Pagan Witchcraft is a complex religious belief system centering around gods, goddesses, and nature worship. This religion was given birth in England during the 1920’s and introduced to the world in 1954 in the form of a book called “Witchcraft Today” which was authored by the Father of Witchcraft, Gerald Gardner. According to White (2016), it was introduced to the world it was called Witchcraft, and the name Wicca became more prominent as time passes possibly due to Gardner’s rival Charles Cardell, who by 1958 referred to it as a “Cult of Wiccans.”