Wicca is...... Nature, not casting spells.
Some commonly held Wiccan beliefs and practices include:
The Wiccan religion and related pagan religions incorporate revivals, continuations, and adaptations of customs, mythology, symbology, folkways, worldviews, and spiritual practices from pre-Christian Europe.
Honoring nature is considered central to Wiccans' spiritual practice. Humans are viewed as part of nature, not as its dominators or owners. Wiccans worship "The Divine," or god, in one or more forms, often as a Mother Goddess and Father God. Wiccans recognize eight holy times during the year, known as Sabbats, which are marked by rituals and feasting, and which include the Solstices, Equinoxes and mid-points between.
Wiccans invoke the elements of nature — earth, air, fire, water — at the start of rituals and thank them at the end.
Some of the ceremonial tools used by Wiccans for their worship include the pentacle, chalice, incense, candles, herbs, wands, crystals, and Tarot cards.