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12-29-2008 @ 3:07AM
@ Matchu - His wording might not have technically been incorrect, but the fluffy carebearness of "And it harm none, do what thou wilt" of Wicca is a joke when it comes to actual druidic beliefs.@ Eisengel - This is pretty much why Wicca can't be compared to druidry a bit. It's all happy-happy joy joy and some hippie stuff, they don't get the "balance" of druidry at all. Never mind most anything else. Recently we had a large Maple grove in our yard that came under attack by an infestation of Ambrosia Beetles. By the time we realized it, several trees had to be cut down before things got worse, which warranted a blessing and thanks to the tree's spirit for its decades of providing for us. Still, it's a perfect example of having to prune regardless of it hurting.
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