Merriam-Webster describes Wicca as “a religion influenced by pre-Christian beliefs and practices of Western Europe that affirms the existence of supernatural power (such as magic) and of both male and female deities who inhere in nature and that emphasizes ritual observance of seasonal and life cycles.” Urban Dictionary describes a Wiccan as “a member of the Pagan-Revivalist religion known as Wicca.
Can be a male or female practitioner or lay-follower, either solitarily (on their own) or members of a Coven (group).” There are over 134,000 Wiccans in the United States and counting, according to the New York Times.
There are many variations on the core structure, and the religion grows and evolves over time.
These are traditionally viewed as the Moon Goddess and the Horned God, respectively.
These deities may be regarded in a henotheistic way, as having many different divine aspects which can in turn be identified with many diverse pagan deities from different historical pantheons.
Contrary to popular belief, the Black race is a very conservative race, the acceptance of something such as Paganism would come along very slowly.
In addition, many Black Pagans are involved in alternative culture, where there is already a profound lack of Black faces and hence a smaller chance of potential Black-Black relationships.