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Here are a few of the differant Pagan Traditions.
Anglo-Romani - This is based on the beliefs
of the Gypsy people from
Brittain, and Ireland. It is often blended with mystical aspects from
the European Catholicism.
Arthurian - This tradition is from Whales, and Comwall, and is based on
Arthurian myths. They see all the figures in the stories as divine
Caledonii - It orginates in Scotland and is blended with ancient
Scottish lore, and was once called Hecatine.
Celtic Witchcraft - This is a branch of Gardnerian witchcraft which
uses Quabalistic magic.
Correllian Nativist - This tradition combines traditional Wicca with
Native American practices. It is based on the High Correll Family's
teachings, and practices. Correllianism is very philosophical, and
synchretic in their views, believing that the diety comes from within
Dianic - This is a women only tradition
which practices women's
mysteries. They celebrate the seasons of life, and thier place on the
circle of rebirth. Beliefs
Druidic Witches - Their path is based on
practices, rituals, and magic
from the Celtic priestly class that is known as the Druids.
Dryad - This is a feminist tradition of
female Druidesses. They were
given their name by the tree faeries from the old Celtic lands. Faery
lore is a strong influence within their practices. Most of their
teachings are of a Druidic nature with a modern feminist twist.
Electic Witch -Tis is someone that practices no one particular
tradition, but uses whatever works for them.
Faery -They are an environmentally minded
path that claims its oral
teachings from the Tuatha De Danann of Ireland, and their Dieties that
became the faery folk.
Green Witch - They are usually a solitary practitioner that bases their
magic on herbs, and plants.
Information on Green Witch
Hereditary - This tradition is spacific to
individual familys, and is passed down through generations.
Kitchen Witch -They are ones whom practice practical magic that uses
the earths power, earth objects, herbs, and elements. most of the
practice is done in the kitchen, or at the hearth, or stove.
Manx - This is an Irish tradition that traces its roots back
to the mystical Isle of Man. There is lots of faery lore beliefs, and
ritual workings within this path. Manann Mac Llyr (God of the Sea), and
Fand (a Faery Queen) are their main dieties.
Pictish Witch - This is based on the Picts that inhabbited
England and Scotland before the Celts came. They are usually a solitary
witch dealling with nature magic. Scottish
Powwow - This tradition was founded in
Pennsylvania. It is based on old
German magic. The practitioners of this tradition do not call
themselves witches as this comes from four hundred years of German
Wiccan Shamanism - This is a blend of witchcraft and shamanic ideas.
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