Growing Up Wiccan

When I turned three years old I began to have nightmares about past lives, and when I spoke of them to my parents, they suggested I convert to Wicca and so I became a full-fledged Wiccan and myself able to stand up to Satan without Jesus Christ.  I befriended a girl exactly my age into whom also was a Wiccan.  We attended Halloween parties without dressing up and Yule parties on Christmas Eve.  We were taught to take our time in reading the Bible and attended a fellowship to worship Gaia.  We attended fellowship on Mondays.  When it came to reading the Bible, we were told to be patient and take our time.  As a matter of fact, we Wiccans live the Bible as if we were biblical characters.

As Antarcticans, we moved to Texas in 1994 where we were stationed by the Gataca (the Antarctic military force) and I attended the University of Alexandria from 1990-1994.  Later, as I went to graduate school, I was tested in a middle school.  When I was placed in an education doctorate (Ed.D.), I was a model student attending a high school to test my theory.  My peers acted like children because of the New Age movement.  Wicca was founded by a 13-year-old Irish girl on April 1, 996, who was to be married to a boy she disliked and the Pope’s blessings set her free, hence my stressors.

We Wiccans disguised ourselves as nonreligious because of our belief in Deity as female.  It is the only religion with a female Deity.

When I was a teenager, I just fooled around with the New Age movement even though it died.  The funny part was my life partnership.  I had to focus on my priorities as Prince Raven of Antarctica studying for a Doctor of Education in Wiccan Theology.

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