moondust in the wind
The pentacle represents: earth, air, fire, water, and spirit.
A few different paths of witchcraft, but certaintly not all!
formed in England in the 1960's by Alex Sanders. Some say his rituals are modified Gardenerian.
British tradional Witch
Mix of gardenerian and celtic. They are trained through a degree system and fairly structured in their beliefs.
A mix using celtic/druidic pantheon, stresses on the elements and nature. having respect for plants, flowers, trees, stones, elemental spirits, gnomes, faeries, ect. and using their magickal properties.
Uses a great deal of ceremonial magick, detailing rituals of egyption and/or qabbalistic magick.
This tradiotion was called the "feminist" movement of the craft. Mix of diff. traditions but focuses mainly on the goddess.
The celtic called their religious professional druids. Druids were not an ethnic or cultural group themselves, but part of a larger society.
A common practice where a person doesnt follow any particular path or tradion. They take what feels right to them from different sources and applies that to their practice and/or magick.
Originated in England by Gerald Gardner in the 50's.
When a person can trace the craft back on their family tree and/or taught by a relative.
one who practices by home and hearth, growing herbs, making shampoos, ect.
This tradition began around 1353 in Italy, with a woman called Aradia. Also known as Italian witchcraft or Strega.
"Note that i didnt describe "satanic Witch" the reason being to me there is no such thing considering most witches do not believe in satan. If you would like more info. on satanism i suggest you check out the search engines of the occult such as...