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Can you think of any other Pagan Traditions than those listed?

These are the ones I have found, can you think of any other?
Alexandrian
Anglo-Romany
Anglo-Saxon
Ásatrú
Arthurian
Brezonek
Brittanic
Brythonic
Caledoni
Celtic
Celtic Shamanism
Creabh Ruadh
Cymri
Deborean
Deborean Wicca
Dianic
Druidiactos
Druidic
Dryad
Eclectic
Eireannach Faery
Family
Feri
Fennian
Gaelic
Gardnerian
Golden Dawn
Hebridean
Hibernian
Irish
Kingstone
Maidenhill
Majestic
Manx
Norse
North Country
North Isles
Northern
OBOD
Ordo Templi Orientis Pecti-Wita
Reformed Druids
Romano-Gaulish
Sacred Wheel
Seax-Wica
Scotia
Scottish
Shamanic
Tuatha De Danonn
Ueleda Tradition
Welsh
West Country
Wica / Wicca
Wicce
Witan
Witchcraft
Wittan
Y Tylwyth Teg
Egyptian, Isis Tradition also

11 COMMENTS

  1. Satanic Holidays: Beltane, Samhain (BIG ONE), Spring Equinox (Ashtar), Summer Solstice (Lammas), Fall Equinox, Winter Solstice (Yule), Imbolc.

  2. You missed the biggest one “EASTER”, look it up in a good college edition dictionary.Correctly translated in the one place where it was used in the Bible (the book of Acts) it should have been called Passover.It was correctly translated at least 26 other times as Passover in the Bible.

  3. Some others I am aware of:
    Amythystian
    Aquarian Tabernacle Church (based on English Traditional Wicca)
    Black Forrest Clan (Silver RavenWolf’s )
    Blue Star Wicca (roots in Alexandrian)
    British Traditional Witch (mix of Celtic and Gardenarian )
    Church and School of Wicca (Welsh-based)
    Circle Wicca (Selena Fox)
    Covenant of the Goddess
    Georgian Tradition
    Strega Witches (Italian )
    Teutonic Witch (Nordic Tradition )
    Pictish Witch (Scottish)

  4. NECTW (important for Rede of the Wiccae, the poem that begins “bide the Wiccan laws”)
    Starkindler
    Universal Eclectic Wicca.
    [“Eclectic” is, itself, not a tradition, although there are traditions that ARE eclectic.]
    Also, since you’re using non-Wiccan stuff in there, you should call it SECTS of Paganism and When a group is Wiccan and/or Witchcraft, say so… ie Gardnerian Witchcraft not merely “Gardnerian”

  5. Hinduism
    Shinto (native japanese religion)
    Correllian Wicca (mixed Garderian wicca and Pre-columbian American beliefs)
    The enormous list of African tribal beliefs
    The enourmous list of pre-columbian American beliefs
    Dragon Rouge (google it)
    Baltic paganism
    Finnish paganism
    Persian/Babylonian
    Temple of Set
    Basically think of ANY group of people and you’ll find an early religion based in their area many of which are being reconstructed

  6. Beyond the ones you and the other posters have listed, one OBVIOUS one that has been overlooked is the Hellenistic tradition, the worship of the Greek Gods.

  7. Church of All Worlds
    Church of the Eternal Source
    New Reformed Orthodox Order of the Golden Dawn (NROOGD)
    Native American (there’s a bunch of separate traditions within this one)
    You could also include Vodoun and Santeria maybe?

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