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Learn the truth behind one of the worlds most misunderstood religions… Wicca. In this episode, I interview Wiccan High Priestess Heidi Couture
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25 Responses to The Experience with Steve Fox (Wicca part 1)

  • DyingInTheLight says:

    She is very smart. I like her, even tho i’m Completely Pagan.

  • AtrumTentatio says:

    Wow, lots of questions. Doesn’t matter how I answer though. You’ll just say I’m listening to the devil or something. You have been brainwashed beyond all hope of sanity.

  • 00clouds00 says:

    There are only 2 spirits in the world today. One spirit stands for Christ and His teachings and the other spirit is the spirit of anti-christ.
    Which spirit are you from?

  • AtrumTentatio says:

    Um, well I know a lot of people that believe in God but don’t believe in the devil. I personally think you should just stop preaching. It really does no good for those who have already found peace in their beliefs.

  • 00clouds00 says:

    Well that is his number one achievement. If you don’t believe in satan then how could you believe in God?
    satan has accomplished his goal.
    The devil has come to kill ,to steal and to destroy us. I see him that way, do you?
    I treat him as an enemy, do you?
    I defeat him through Jesus, do you?

    And when we choose to follow his ways ,which are really our own selfish ways,instead of God’s ways. Then we suffer the consequences.

  • papervampire says:

    I thought satan’s number one achievement was making us believe? that god wasn’t real.

  • NicholasBlairStudios says:

    Heidi is obviously a wonderful witch. Please post more videos with her. The world needs her teachings. Thank you.

  • 00clouds00 says:

    Can Satan deceive you? COGLtruth

    Satan’s number one achievement is to deceive people and make them believe that he isn’t real.

  • annienam89 says:

    wow you really care that much about whether or not japan is a religious country.
    what does it matter so much?

  • plimbuff says:

    That’s the great thing about science.
    Scientists constantly doubt and question each other to look for consistent results.

  • plimbuff says:

    I have extensive studies and data showing that Japan is NOT a religious country.

    Just “Google” this P.E.W. Report titled:

    “Among Wealthy Nations
    U.S. Stands Alone in its Embrace of Religion”

    Japan is one of the least religious countries in the world (12%).

    Also, notice that the DEVELOPED countries are the least religious, and the poor countries are the MOST religious.

  • plimbuff says:

    “Can you give me evidence to suggest that I can’t turn a handsaw into a raven?”

    Well, I’m actually open to the possibility that you CAN turn a handsaw into a raven.

    But I won’t believe it until you can prove it under scientific conditions.

  • weholdparties says:

    If you were an agnostic then you would question science aswell. Agnosticism only finds truth in concrete statements, such as “all bachelors are unmarried.” Agnosticism doubts everything and so to say that science trumps religion is rediculous because there is not certainty to anything, not even that the sun will rise tomorrow.

  • plimbuff says:

    PEW is well known for providing extensive information on it’s research methods, and how many people it polls for each study.
    If your actually interested then start by reading the methodology section.

  • plimbuff says:

    Well I’m an agnostic, not an atheist. Sorry to disappoint you.

  • plimbuff says:

    This report shows that the Countries with the LEAST religion are actually the most developed countries in the world.

    Just “Google” this P.E.W. Report titled:

    “Among Wealthy Nations
    U.S. Stands Alone in its Embrace of Religion”

    See for yourself.

  • weholdparties says:

    *they’re speculated.
    How do you know how many people were asked in Japan about what their religion is. Or how religious they are. Can you tell me you personally have talked extensively to every Japanese person (both inside and outside Japan) about their religion? And just so you know, atheism IS a religion. That handy little suffix there says so. Religion denotes belief, atheism is the belief there is no god. Saying you are atheist does not mean that you do not believe in religion.

  • weholdparties says:

    Atoms, electrons, neutrons &c., the earth’s molten core, the existence of other planets in other galaxies, evolution, none of these things have evidence to suggest to exist. Their speculated, they are believed to exist by many scientists, but there is no proof. There is no evidence to suggest dinosaur fossils are as old as we say they are. Carbon dating only works because we say it does. Can you give me evidence to suggest that I can’t turn a handsaw into a raven?
    Zen Buddhism has many gods.

  • plimbuff says:

    I have extensive studies and data PROVING that Japan is NOT a religious country.

    Just “Google” this P.E.W. Report titled:

    “Among Wealthy Nations
    U.S. Stands Alone in its Embrace of Religion”

    Japan is one of the least religious countries in the world (12%).

    Also, notice that the DEVELOPED countries are the least religious, and the poor countries are the MOST religious.

  • plimbuff says:

    I have extensive studies and data PROVING that Japan is NOT a religious country.

    Just “Google” this P.E.W. Report titled:

    “Among Wealthy Nations
    U.S. Stands Alone in its Embrace of Religion”

    Japan is one of the least religious countries in the world, JUST LIKE I SAID.

    Also, notice that the DEVELOPED countries are the least religious, and the poor countries are the MOST religious.

  • plimbuff says:

    I have extensive studies and data PROVING that Japan is NOT a religious country.

    Just “Google” this P.E.W. Report titled:

    “Among Wealthy Nations
    U.S. Stands Alone in its Embrace of Religion”

    Japan is one of the least religious countries in the world, JUST LIKE I SAID.

    Also, notice that the DEVELOPED countries are the least religious, and the poor countries are the MOST religious.

  • plimbuff says:

    There are two kinds of faith.
    1)faith based on evidence
    2)blind faith

    Scientists base their faith on sufficient evidence, (gravity for example has sufficient evidence).

    THEISTS, (NOT BUDDHISTS) have no evidence, but still choose to have faith.

  • plimbuff says:

    Most Japanese people don’t PRACTICE Buddhism and don’t take it seriously. (as opposed to Thai people for example who follow it very strictly.)

  • plimbuff says:

    Japan’s Buddhism is all in it’s history. Not in the present.

    Japan USED to be strongly Buddhist,with many Monks, hence all the ancient temples.

    It’s true their is a much higher percentage of practicing Buddhists in Japan than for example Christians or Muslims. But It’s still a very small amount in this day and age.

    Frankly, saying Japan was founded on Shinto and Buddism is not the same as saying they ARE practicing Buddhists.

  • plimbuff says:

    The temples were used by Monks hundreds of years ago.
    But now they are mostly treated as Museums, and historical artifacts.

    In Japan, the word “Tradition” has replaced the word “religious ritual”.

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