I know, but they do have things in common.<quoted text>
Ask the Jesuits about the Latter Day Saints and you will hear one sect trash another. Ask the Jehovahs Witnesses about the Episcopalians and you hear the same. They all have their own interpretations of the Bible.
That's a clear lie.My Rede is no different. The law always has been that power must be passed from man to woman or from woman to man, the only exception being when a mother initiates her daughter or a father his son, because they are part of themselves. Most traditional Wiccans worship the god and goddess, and a central part of Wiccan liturgy involves the Great Rite; an act of actual or symbolic ritual sexual intercourse between the two deities. This is traditionally carried out by a priest and priestess who have had the deities invoked upon them, and the conventional practice appears to be exclusively heterosexual. When performed 'in token' this involves the athame (representing the masculine principle) descending into the chalice (representing the feminine). Spare me your twisted and convoluted nonsense.
For a faithless, soulless, cretin, you sure seem to place a lot of emphasis on your perceptions of the realities of others. I hate no-one,
Why even bother?
You're just a hateful b!tch. You're no Wiccan.I merely enjoy smacking idiots, like you, in verbal combat. If I was harming you, you'd leave me alone. You enjoy it as much as I do, little Miss Self-Righteous. Stop being silly, and accept that we all do not fit into the boxes that you have set aside for us.