"Wicca is the fastest-growing religion in America, set to be the third largest religion by 2012," says Marla Alupoaicei, the co-author of the controversial book "Generation Hex".
Alupoaicei also claims that "The numbers of adherents are doubling every 30 months".
There are now over 700,000 websites for Wiccans, and there are communities of Wiccans in every major city in the United States.
This comes at a time when there is a mass exodus from many of the churches of the western world.
Women, in particular, seem to be leaving many traditional churches at a blinding pace. An English church census recently found that more than 50,000 women a year are leaving the Anglican church.
And many of these women (and men) are deserting traditional Christianity for Wicca and other forms of pagan religion.
Even young people seem to be really taking to Wicca. The Pagan Federation in the United Kingdom reportedly receives hundreds of enquiries from teenagers every single day.
Harry Potter and other media such as "Charmed", "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" and "The Craft" have helped make Wicca and witchcraft increasingly popular in recent years.
In particular, the Harry Potter series is having a tremendous influence on how young people view spirituality.
The Harry Potter series of books and movies is the single biggest phenomenon among the kids of this current generation. The film posted below shows that Harry Potter is not just a fun fantasy diversion for our children, but also that Harry Potter portrays witchcraft and the Occult with stunning accuracy, and that these books and films are aggressively recruiting young children into the world of darkness: