What kind of magick uses angelic symbols does wicca?
I have been a Wiccan for almost 9 years now and recently the use of Angels within Wicca is becoming more and more popular. The reason for this is that the Gods and Goddesses were human entities and had two sides, good and bad, so you have to make sure that you access the good qualities. This can be difficult if you are trying to concentrate on the outcome of your ritual. Modern Wiccans, like myself, are now using the Angelic Realm within our rituals as these are the highest and more purest entities that you will find. I am currently working on my own book based on the Angelic realm. I hope that helps.
The Anglo-Saxon k in Magick is a means of indicating the kind of magic which Crowley performed. K is the eleventh letter of several alphabets, and eleven is the principal number of magick, because it is the number attributed to the Qliphoth - the underworld of chaotic forces that have to be mentally conquered before magick can be performed. wikipedia
that totally depends on how you look at it. there is black magick, which is considered evil, but there is also magick that normally helps to heal one or of that kind. if a witch is practicing black magick, it would be considered evil. i dont know alot about it, but it is NOT a worshipping of the devil. it is to simply use nature instead of man made material.
I am a wiccan myself and looking back, wicca was created (wicca is one of the only religions not to promote the idea it is the one true religion), by a guy called Gerald Gardner. Most wiccans accept this. It is a branch of European witchcraft which probably descended from a kind of paganism. Gerald Gardner promoted a kind of freed-up witchcraft which was very popular in Europe. Ten it spread to the USA, and…
There are *thosuands of Witchcraft traditions. Since there are so many, it is nearly impossible for me to name them all, but I can name some of the more popular forms. I could define them, but frankly I don't have that kind of time, so it is up to you to research them: *Wicca Gypsy Witchcraft Italian Witchcraft (aka Stragheria) (I may have misspelled that, though) Gardnerian Witchcraft (from which Wicca stemmed) Alexandrian Witchcraft (which…