"Whoever forbids the study of philosophy books to anyone who is fit to do so,
because it is judged that some men have fallen into error for having studied them,
we say that he resembles the one who would forbid an impaired person
from drinking fresh,
good water and make him die of thirst,
on the grounds that there are people who have drowned in the water.
Right of answers.
Your articles are folkloric:
Yes, you are right because the folklore has for first meaning, (see any dictionary): “The science of traditions, uses and popular arts.” Google
But also: “All cultural practices (beliefs, rites, tales, legends, festivals, cults, etc.) of traditional societies.” Larousse
Or again: “a word composed of the two Saxon terms folk” people “and lore” knowledge, knowledge, science “and proposed in 1846 by Ambrose Merton to designate what was then called Popular Antiquities or Popular literature (NED sv) .CNRTL” FOLKLORE, subst. masc.
Your amateurism in Wicca is dangerous:
I have for my benefit 20 years of research and practice in this field.
My articles and my advice, as well as the incantations that I submit (as an example for the most part) come from this research and from my own experiments.
I make a point of transmitting only verified and verifiable information.
I am and will always be on the quest to know, and continue my journey constantly. In value judgment I prefer the debate. I do not pride myself on holding the keys to knowledge.
I only want to share my practices with pragmatism.
I don’t think that in Wicca “dogma and practices are a legacy that can not be adapted”:
Obscurantism must not be law.
The dogma should not be reserved for a pseudo elite who inherits beliefs, knowledge of rites and magical practices that reserves the right of the initiates. Democratization requires adaptation.
Modernity is a necessity to fight the decline of the arts.
Modernity allows the resurrection of the original religion (the old religion), which for centuries has been the victim of misunderstanding and religious fanaticism.
I don’t think that in Wicca “the secret is tradition”:
The culture of secrecy is retrograde and allows no evolution, no propagation.
It encourages single thought, it allows no clairvoyance, and participates in forgetfulness.
The culture of secrecy is a source of condemnation, of revenge, it attracts suspicion, the radicalization of ideas and ideals. The culture of secrecy favors withdrawal, loneliness and misunderstanding.
The culture of secrecy is an end in itself.
I don’t think that “one wicca movement prevails over another “:
On the contrary, I believe in moral universalism and multiculturalism.
Everyone is free from his practice and his beliefs.
Regarding “the old religion, as it is customary to name it (I prefer to use the term: original religion) Unity is in pluralisms.