Aim 1: To re-awaken the Old Gods. To build a religion and a spirituality based on those elements of pre-Christian religions that are eternal and a source of inspiration in today's world; and on ancient as well as current techniques which may further our work with and understanding of Nature, WoMan and the Universe.
We can call this the 'Tradition Principle' of Wicca.
Aim 2: To promote a tolerant society with true freedom of religion, where everyone's path is sacred and where any WoMan, anywhere, may live and worship as they feel fit, and respect others' similar right.
We can call this the 'Freedom Principle' of Wicca.
Aim 3: To restore the Covenant between the Goddess and Her children, the bond between all lifeforms of Gaia. To build a religion in which respect and care for Nature are central. Humans, plants, animals and megaliths are all Gaia's children and the Sacred Landscape is Her body.
We can call this the 'Ecological Principle' of Wicca.
Aim 4: To build an ethical system where guilt and punishment are replaced by the reparation of harm as central paradigm, and 'sin' is replaced by responsibility for the consequences of one's actions. Causing harm means to cause harm to self, other humans, plants, animals, minerals and ultimately the Sacred Landscape itself.
We can call this the 'Ethical Principle' of Wicca.
Aim 5: To restore the central place of the polar principle of the God and the Goddess. To build Wicca in such a way, that the male and female aspects of the divine are equally important and equally worthy of worship.
We can call this the 'Polarity Principle' of Wicca.
Aim 6: To build a religion where the different levels of the divine are recognized: the pantheistic, the polytheistic, the bi-theistic and the monotheistic in harmony. In which the polytheistic deities worshiped need not be from a single historic pantheon.
We can call this the 'Multi-level (Multi-dimensional) Principle' of Wicca.
Aim 7: To build Wicca as an a-dogmatic experiential religion. The final interpretation of the personal religious and mystical experience is with the individual and not with a hierarchically organized clergy.
We can call this the 'Adogmatic Principle' of Wicca.
Aim 8: Reclaiming both the Masculine and Feminine aspects of the Divine, in the sense that the Divine is in its essence a creation process, and that, in our human reality, this process is best seen as the unification, yet individuality, of each of these two aspects.
We call this the 'Sexual Principle' of Wicca.
Aim 9: To build Wicca into a religion where not only priests and priestesses have their place but also those who share our religion but do not feel a personal vocation for the priesthood. To work together for: social responsibility, harmony and benevolence within our religion and without.
We call this the 'Nation Principle' of Wicca.