Pagan Traditions
Alexandrian - This is one of the traditions generally groupen under the heading of British Traditional form of Wicca.  A structured degree system of first through third degree is used for advancement within the coven.  Alexandrian Wicca is an initiatory Tradition and is therefrore not open to solitaries.
 British Traditional Witch - This is a highly structured traditional and training requirements that need to be met for advancement within a coven through a degree process.  This is an initiatory tradition where an initiation is done only by an approved Elder, and the initiates can typically trace their lineage back to the original coven of Gerald Gardner; thus, BTW is not a tradition open to the solitary pratitioner.
 Celtic - This tradition is a mix of the Kitchen Witch Path  with the very early Celtic pantheons of Scot, Irish, and Welch, and even having some Druid flavors.  The emphasis is on nature veneration and the elements identified as the Ancient Ones or Old Ones, and it stresses the magickal properties of trees and plants.  Celtic Wicca does not, however, have the firm connection to be specific and holy groves, springs on trees, as does the Druid Tradition, and is easily adaptable for Solitaries.
 Dianic - The focus of many Dianic Covens can be totally on the Goddess to the exclusion of the male God componet, with all emphasis on "wimmin" or "womyn" only.  This is generally only an initiatory tradition, but many individuals pratice its tenets as solitaries.
 Eclectic - This tradition is essentially a mix of various paths wherein the worshipper selects what are considered the best parts of several paths and combines them into a new whole, without following any specific or single tradition or magickal pratice.  It is easily adaptable to the Solitary Practitioner.
 Gardnerian - Gardnerian Wicca is another of the British Traditionals and is highly structured, with firm requirements in both time and skills that have to be met for advancement through the various degrees.  Self - initiation is not possible in Gardnerian Wicca; thus, it is not a viable path for solitaries.
 Hereditory - This is a highly restrictive tradition, since you must be able to trace your Wiccan ancestry back to several generations in your genealogy.  Teachings and initiations are done only by a loving relatice who was similarly instructed and initiated, and outsiders or non-family members are not considered for participation.  It is ideal for solitaries if you can meet these qualifications.
 Kitchen Witch - This tradition is devored essentially to the pratical or working end or the Old Relition, with emphasis on the use of plants and spells for such things as protection and healing.  This is also one of the traditions most easily praticed by solitaries, since the required education can be obtained from either self - teaching or can be learned from others.
 Seax - Wicca - Seax-Wicca differs from Gardnerian primarily in its ability to accomodate the Solitary practitioner.  There are no degrees in Seax-Wicca, but emphasis is placed on skells learned either through instruction or self-instruction, and one can self-initiate.
 Strega - This is an Italian tradition, dating from about the middle of the fourteenth century A. D., that emphasizes worship of the Goddess in her form of Aradia, daughter of Diana.

Teutonic or Nordic - This tradition is probably just as ancient a form of Wicca as the Celtic form, but it has a base in the Nordic countries of Europe, with emphasis on the Nordic Nordic pantheon more than the British Isles or Celtic Deities. 

 Caledonii Tradition - Formally known as the Hecatine Tradition, this  denomination of he Craft is Scottish in orgin and still preserves the unique festivals of the Scots. 
Ceremonial Witchcraft - Followers of this tradition used a great deal of ceremonial magick in their practices.  Detailed rituals with a flavor of Egyptian magick are sometimes a favoriet or they may use the Qabbalistic magick.
 Pictish Witchcraft - Scottish Witchcraft that attunes itself to all aspects of nature:  animal, vegetable, and mineral.  It is a solitary form of the Craft and mainly magickal in nature with little religion.
 Pow - Wow - Indigenous to South Central Pennsylvania.  This is a system, not a religion, based on 400 - year - old elite German magick.  Pow - Wow has deteriorated to a great degree into simple faith healing.  Although Pow - Wow finds its rootes in German Witchcraft, few practicing Pow - Wow's today in Pennsylvania follow the Craft or even know the nature of its true birth.
Satanic Witch - One cannot be a Satanic Witch because Witches do not believe in Satan.
Solitary Witch - One who practices alone, regardless of tradition, denomination or sect.  Solitaries come in different forms.  Some were, at one time, initiated into a coven and eventually chose to extricate themselces from that eviornment and continue practicing a particular tradition orsect by themselves.  A solitary may also be an individual who has no desire to practice with  or lear from a coven structure, but still may adhere to a specific tradition of another.  And finally, a solitary witch can be a person who has decided to tough it out on their own, learning from books, networking and fellow witches of different traditions.  These people have the ability to pick themselves up and brush themselves off, and live to try again.  More and more individuals are selecting the solitary path rather than that of group interaction.  Another name for a solitary witch is "Natural Witch."
The Wiccan Witch - Wicca means "Front," a way to bring the public into accepting oru belief system for what is actually is, not what their preconceived ideas of a word dictates to them.  There is no right or wrong defination for people who are Wiccan Witches.