The Wicca people I know here are always right, their way is the only way, they have an order of authority (I do not accept any thing where some one is placed above another like a "high priestess) and they claim that their religion (created in the 1950's) is thousand of years old when it is not<quoted text>
I'm not sure I would use the term "christian version" to describe Wicca, but I know what you are getting at.
I was a practicing Wiccan witch for a while but eventually realized that the foolishness I saw in Christianity was exactly the same as in Wicca.
Many Wiccans that I know sound just like Christians. "Oh, I prayed to the Goddess for this or that," or "I thanked the Goddess for giving me whatever it was that I wanted."
They are anthropomorphizing an invisible deity. Lots of that kind of thinking going around, sadly.
I am a happy atheist now. Reality matters to me.
I can enjoy a mystery without having to label it or having to makeup an explanation.
My philosophy is simple, mind your own business and d not hurt any one about covers it
Don't get me wrong...I love mythology. My copy of the bible joins Bullfinch's Mythology, the Iliad, the Odessey, the Elder and Younger Eddas, Grimm's Fairy tales, and the Lord of the Rings on my bookshelves.(All of which are better reading than it is.)
Fantasy is entertaining, and, at its best, educational.
It just shouldn't be confused with reality.
I do prefer them over christians because they do not try to "force" their beliefs on me (and tend to leave me alone when I tell them I am much darker than they are)