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Who Is the Wiccan God? | Wicca

hi my name is Phyllis kirat and I am a

Wiccan priestess and the founder of the

tradition of Γ€ra and who is the Wiccan

God well there is no single wicking God

just as there is sort of a Great Goddess

there is a great God there is a unifying

masculine divine masculine principle in

the universe and it ranges just as the

Divine Feminine principle the Great

Goddess ranges from the warrior to the

wise one

so the masculine covers a complete range

from qualities that might traditionally

be Western tradition be considered very

feminine to very masculine qualities the

full range the full spectrum the

wonderful thing I think about the the

God and the gods in Wiccan and Pagan and

all the traditions that are coming up

under the great umbrella of contemporary

paganism is that you don't just have one

idea you don't just have a father God or

the son you have you have a God who

dances you have a God who laughs you

have a sexual God you have a very

heterosexual God and you have a

homosexual God you have a God who is

playful and you have gods who were

warriors there are gods of Agriculture

field and farts one of the most ancient

depictions of the European masculine

Divine Principle is the body of a man

and he's wearing this phenomenal set of

antlers like the stag which you find in

the Celtic and the British traditions

with Kearney nose and her

there's APIs the ball so you have and

Dionysus who is represented as part man

and part bull it's this idea of the

union of of the human and the animal we

are animals but there's the range of

animals and one reason that there is a

confusion one reason that many people

don't understand that there is no Satan

in Wicca and the old religions is

because the one of the depictions of God

of the male principle in the indigenous

traditions were these part man part

animal figures who had antlers or bull

horns or goat horns you had satyrs and

in fact who were healers who had a

bottom half the body the leg was the leg

of a goat and had the horns of a goat

and it was a it was a representation of

the fertility principle as embodied in

the masculine sign and that came to be

appropriated misappropriated by the

church and used as a depiction of Satan

but there there's no Satan in the old

religions and he had in the indigenous

traditions of Europe and the Middle East

he's it belongs to the the biblical

faith see our homage dates