Neopagan Paths


Neopaganism tends not to be organized or dogmatic and many Pagans do not identify with any particular strand of Neopaganism, instead drawing from the beliefs and rituals of more than one tradition. But many do join a specific tradition that they find most meaningful as their main focus, such as Wicca, Asastru or Druidism.

Some Neopagans are Reconstructionists, meaning that they seek to faithfully recreate the pagan religion of a particular group, such as the ancient Greeks, Celts, or Egyptians. Reconstructionists tend to disapprove of eclecticism, personal adaptation and modern trends in favor of academic accuracy and authenticity.

This section provides information on some of the major sects or "paths" within Neopaganism.


  • Asatruhttp://www.religionfacts.com/asatru

    Ásatrú (Icelandic, "Æsir faith") is a modern revival of the pre-Christian Nordic religion as described in the Norse epic Eddas...

  • Hellenic Polytheism - Neopagan Pathshttp://www.religionfacts.com/hellenic-neopaganism

    What is Hellenic Polytheism? Hellenic Polytheism (also known as Hellenism, Hellenismos, Hellenic Religion, and Hellenic Reconstructionism) is a Neopagan path characterized by an emphasis on the deities and religious practices of the ancient Greeks...

  • Kemetic Reconstructionismhttp://www.religionfacts.com/kemetic-reconstructionism

    What is Kemetic Reconstructionism? Kemetic Reconstructionism ("Kemet" is the ancient word for Egypt) is a form of reconstructionist Neopagan religion that seeks to recreate ancient Egyptian religion as accurately as possible, based primarily on the latest research of Egyptologists...

  • Wiccahttp://www.religionfacts.com/wicca

    What do Wiccans believe? While Wiccan beliefs can be diverse, most followers of Wiccan believe in a single ultimate reality that pervades the universe and is expressed in the Goddess and God...