In Witchcraft (and I'm beginning to think of this more in terms of Wicca as well) divinity is seen as dual, and from that duality comes countless expressions of the Divine personified by the goddesses and gods throughout culture. These goddesses and gods are expressions of the raw and primal energies and powers of the universe, the building blocks of creation, which in turn are seen as coming from the Source, which is beyond concepts of good and evil, light and dark, beginning and end. It is timeless, eternal, and the spark within all the goddesses and gods personified. Though the Source is seen as genderless, I find myself facing conflicts, both internal and external, when the issue of gender-specific titles and roles as it relates to the Source occur within Paganism via literature, thoughts, and opinions. My belief is that this merely boils down to a difference in the human experience from one individual to another and how those individuals view the Divine.