List of Neopagan movements
Modern paganism, also known a "contemporary" or "neopagan", encompasses a wide range of religious groups and individuals. These may include old occult groups, those that follow a New Age approach, those that try to reconstruct old ethnic religions, and followers of the pagan religion of Wicca.
- Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn (1888)
- Crowleyan Thelema (1904)
- Germanic neopaganism/Armanism
- Church of the Universal Bond (1912)
- Adonism (1925)
Wicca originated in 1940s Britain and became the mainstream of Neopaganism in the United States in the 1970s. There are two core traditions of Wicca which originated in Britain, Gardnerian and Alexandrian, which are sometimes referred to as British Traditional Wicca. From these two arose several other variant traditions. Wicca has also inspired a great number of other witchcraft traditions in Britain, Europe and the United States, most of which base their beliefs and practices on Wicca. Many movements are influenced by the Movement of the Goddess, and New Age and feminist worldviews.
- British Traditional Wicca
- Eclectic Wicca and Inclusive Wicca
- Celtic Wicca
- Saxon Wicca
- Dianic Wicca
- McFarland Dianic Wicca
- Faery Wicca
- Georgian Wicca
- Odyssean Wicca
- Wiccan church
New Age, eclectic or syncretic
Heathenism (also Heathenry, or Greater Heathenry), is a blanket term for the whole Germanic Neopagan movement. Various currents and denominations have arisen over the years within it.
- English-speaking world
- Heathenry in the United States
- International Asatru-Odinic Alliance (1997–2002)
- Theodism (American tribalist movements)
- German-speaking Europe
- Eldaring (2000)
- Latin-speaking Europe
- Russian-speaking world/Russia
- Dark Ashtree community
- Germanic mysticism (Armanism or Irminism/Irminenschaft/Ariosophy and Nordic racial paganism
- Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism (1980s)
- Neo-druidism or Neodruidry, or druidism or druidry
- Rodnovery (Native Faith) (1934 or 1921)
- Abkhaz neopaganism
- Armenian Native Faith (Hetanism)
- Baltic neopaganism
- Uralic neopaganism
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- Temple of Sumer
- Gateways to Babylon