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Celtic Traditions
There are many Celtic traditions. Here are a few. This is definitely not a complete listing of Celtic pagan traditions. Some of these have old ties to historical practices, but they do not claim to be the original historical tradition of the ancients. Some of these have attempted to return their practices to the most pure version of early practices. That's a daunting task, but there's no reason for it not to be attempted. If you're interested in Celtic traditions of paganism, I strongly suggest you do a good bit of your own research and learning before you join a group that makes a lot of claims that they cannot substantiate. Of course that's true with any tradition of Witchcraft as well.

This is one of the more well-known traditions. As the name implies, this tradition is based on Arthurian Legends from Cornwall and Wales

This tradition preserves the Scottish festivals. It originated in Scotland and was formally known as the Hecatine Tradition.

This broad tradition originated in Celtic Gaul, Western and Northern England, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Brittany and the Isle of Man.

Pronounced KIM-ree or KEEM-ree, this tradition is the principle Pagan tradition of Wales. It is influenced in part by the Arthurian legends.

A combination of Celtic and Native American traditions, focused primarily on Celtic origins. Formed in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, the Carolinas and southwestern Virginia in the 1890s.
Deborean Wicca
An American eclectic tradition which attempts to reconstruct Wicca as it was before The Burning Times or the European witch craze.
This tradition is based on mostly modern views of the rituals, rites, magik and practices of the Celtic priestly class, the Druids.
Druid Reconstructionalists
This tradition is striving to return to the rites, magik and practices of the Druids based on historical and anthropological study.

Pronounced AIR-un-n'yock, this name is a catch-all of many Irish-influenced traditions.
The origins of this tradition come from the myths and legends of the Tuatha De Danann, the deities who are now known as "Faery Folk". This tradition focuses heavily on the environment.
Traditions which are passed down through families are known as "Family Traditions". Some are secretive, others openly practice their Celtic Pagan beliefs, often times mixed with mainstream religious beliefs.
This tradition is based on the Fianna, Fionn MacCumhal's warriors.
A generic description, sometimes applied to the Celtic traditions of Ireland and Scotland.
Another generic term used to describe traditions native to Ireland .
An Irish tradition deeply connected with the mystical Isle of Man. Manann Mac Llyr, God of the Sea and Fand, a Faery Queen are the principal deities.
North Isles
This tradition was heavily influenced by the Norse and is prominent in the Orkney and Shetland Islands of Scotland. To this day, many ancient Nordic celebrations are still held.
This acronym stands for the Celtic English Druidic tradition, Order of Bard, Ovates and Druids.
A solitary tradition influenced by the Picts, a pre-Celtic people who warred with the Celts.

Pucchotha Tribes
Another Pictish variation, a secretive Canadian sect based on Arthurian Legends and Pictish ways and rituals.
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