So you can see, there truly is a difference between being Pagan and being Wiccan. For those on the path of Wicca, the goal is the same: to become a more positive, spiritually evolved person and to become a spiritual leader and teacher of Wicca.
One of the main requirements placed on a follower of Wicca is "Know yourself" and to do this before you do anything else.
Typically, these are people who use the term "eclectic Witch" or to apply to themselves. Which brings us to… What is a Wiccan? In the s, Gerald Gardner brought Wicca to the public, and many contemporary Pagans embraced the practice.
These are questions we have all asked ourselves and been asked when starting our spiritual journey, or when we first started to be interested in magic. Paganism itself is religion. Common Wiccan spells include those used for healingfor protection, fertility, or to banish negative influences.
Many Wiccans agree with the definition of magic offered by ceremonial magicians such as Aleister Crowleywho declared that magic was "the science and art of causing change to occur in conformity with will", while another prominent ceremonial magician, MacGregor Mathers stated that it was "the science of the control of the secret forces of nature".
Traditionally Christians have seen anyone who is not Christian as a Pagan. Although we have no one holy book, we do have our One Law, "And ye harm none, do what thou will. Sanders also used the similar terminology of " left hand path " to describe malevolent magic, and " right hand path " to describe magic performed with good intentions;  terminology that had originated with the occultist Helena Blavatsky in the 19th century.
The earliest known records of the Druids came from the 3rd century BC. But we will get to that later in the post.