I found this list online and thought it was interesting! I also thought this might be beneficial to those who are just starting out in the world of magic.
- Green Witch – works with nature and plants
- Kitchen Witch – adds magic to cooking and baking
- Hedge Witch – travels astral plane and focuses on spiritual work
- Cosmic Witch – works with stars, moon and astrology
- Elemental Witch – works with the elements (Air, Water, Earth, Fire, Spirit)
- Hereditary Witch – born into a witch family
- Ceremonial Witch – focuses on elaborate ritual works
- Faery Witch – works with the Fae
- Omni Witch – bookworms, love to research and read witchcraft
- Eclectic Witch – mix and match of many types of witchcraft
- Urban Witch – does what they can in the city and apartments
- Traditional Witch – old traditions and cultures, they practice traditional witchcraft (also known as folk witches)
- Techy Witch – uses technology for their craft, apps for tarot card apps or moon calendars
- Necromance Witch – reverse for death, do spirit work, bones, dead or dying plants (strictly speaking, “necromancy” is the practice of conjuring the spirits of the dead for divination or prophecy – although the term has also been applied to raising the dead for other purposes).
- Draconic Witch – works with dragons.
- Cottage/Hearth Witch – home magic like protection and cleansing for home.
- Chaos Witch – uses system that involves forgetting focus
- Crystal Witch – uses crystals for their craft
- Sea/Beach Witch – uses things from the beach/sea for their craft
- Solitary Witch – witches who do not belong to a coven
- Augury/Divination Witch – uses tools to predict the future, seek into the past and interpret the present
- Artist Witch – uses witchcraft with their art
- Christian Witch – Christan’s that also practice magic
- Wiccan/Wicca Witch – most early Wiccan groups adhered to the duo theistic worship of a Horned God of fertility (horned god, archetypal deity with links to the Celtic Cernunnos, English folkloric Herne the Hunter, Greek Pan, Roman Faunus and Indian Pashupati) and a Mother Goddess
While I love this list and feel that it helps some people understand their practice better – I personally find it difficult to confine myself to one “type” of magic. And that’s OKAY!!
We don’t always need labels to create or grow a connection with our practice.
According to this list, I am a: Eclectic, Chaos, Traditional, Divinatory, Solitary and Artistic witch/
(Yep, I’m collecting those titles like Pokémon)
What about you guys?
Leave your ‘witch titles‘ in the comments if you fancy! 😁
p.s. this gorgeous cover artwork was made by: Amica by Felsouth on DeviantArt