Psychic vs Wicca - What's the difference?

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As a noun psychic

is a person who possesses, or appears to possess, extra-sensory abilities such as precognition, clairvoyance and telepathy, or who appears to be susceptible to paranormal or supernatural influence.

As an adjective psychic

is relating to the abilities of a psychic.

As a proper noun wicca is

a neopagan religion first popularised in 1954 by british civil servant , involving the worship of god and goddess and the observance of eight sabbats.

psychic

Noun

(en noun)
  • A person who possesses, or appears to possess, extra-sensory abilities such as precognition, clairvoyance and telepathy, or who appears to be susceptible to paranormal or supernatural influence.
  • A person who supposedly contacts the dead. A medium.
  • (gnosticism) In gnostic theologian Valentinus' triadic grouping of man the second type; a person focused on intellectual reality (the other two being hylic and pneumatic).
  • References

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Relating to the abilities of a psychic.
  • You must be psychic - I was just about to say that.
    She is a psychic person - she hears messages from beyond.
  • Relating to the psyche.
  • * 1967 , , The Politics of Experience and the Bird of Paradise
  • A pathological process called 'psychiatrosis' may well be found, by the same methods, to be a delineable entity, with somatic correlates, and psychic mechanisms

    wicca

    English

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • A neopagan religion first popularised in 1954 by British civil servant , involving the worship of God and Goddess and the observance of eight Sabbats.
  • Hyponyms

    * Eclectic Wicca, Alexandrian Wicca, Gardnerian Wicca, Odyssean Wicca, Dianic Wicca, Celtic Wicca, Faery Wicca

    Derived terms

    * Wiccan, Wiccanism, Wiccanist *Wiccanize, Wiccanizing *Wiccaphobia, wiccaphobe

    See also

    * (Wicca) * (Witchcraft)

    References