Ok ... well ... I'm not Wiccan nor am I bound by wiccan oaths.
That said .... THINK PEOPLE! Use your noggin ! Reason it through !
C_A quite rightly described Wicca as a seeking path at one time. Start seeking the truth of things.
If something seems a " bit off " or doesn't quite fit do a bit of detective work. Perhaps some of the mysteries of wicca have not yet revealed themselves to you yet.
* hint * It's worth considering that the Ardennes probably pre date the rede. If anything could rightly be called wicca it would be the Ardennes. It's probably the closest thing to wiccan religious doctrine to be found and is a cornerstone of the faith.
Not for nothing ... but ... if you don't understand the laws of old and the ideas contained within them can you really, honestly, say that you're Wiccan ? These are the tenets of the faith.
It's one thing to understand your history and perhaps disagree on a point or two. That puts you into the category of one of the trads that branched off from the original Gardenarian way much the same way as the protestant faiths branched off from original Christianity. There's still enough of " The Essense " of the faith left to call it Wicca or Christianity. There comes a point though that things become so watered down that it becomes something different. Something not at all wicca ....
IMO that's the case with a lot of modern day wiccans. They only have a superficial understanding of the faith. If something comes along to suggest that Wicca isn't quite what they think it is ? ... well ... they are quite apt to dismiss it and go on their merry way.
This isn't isolated to Wicca. I've met plenty of lifelong Christians that don't understand the first thing about the spiritual path they claim to follow. Probably the same can be said of any religion ....
Ohh well .... ETA: This isn't directed at anyone in particular. Don't take any of it personally. It's just a general gripe. All of these things were included in the Ardennes for a reason. I can't stress this strongly enough ... if something doesn't fit go dig it out. Find out why it was included. It will improve your understanding of the faith.