thatyrj asked this question on 4/10/2000:
I've been studying religions and faiths for about ten years. I've pretty much got who believes in what. Wicca however, still seems to be "calling" me. The problem is I live in a country in which that kind of "religion" is not very easy to study. Brazil is a majorly catholic nation and, trust me, I've looked, but I haven't found any covens much less anyone to talk to about this. How do I start out in this solitary path? Is there any basic literature I should read? How do I know that wicca is really "right" for me? Are only people of nordic ascent capable of the practice? If anyone out there can help.... I'll be truly grateful :) Thanks!!
magick777 gave this response on 4/12/2000:
hi.suggest you read ray bucklands complete book of witchcraft and scott cunninghams texts on solitary wicca;you do not need a coven or have to be any ethnic grouping to follow the wiccan rede and walk the path; I am a solitary,and have never been a part of any group.please feel free to contact me and I will gladly help you anyway I can.blessed be.
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