Other Wiccan Traditions:
Blue Star Witchcraft: Although modeled from Gardnerian Traditions, these members reject the term Wicca and refer to Witchcraft and Witches only. This Tradition also uses initiation and a degree system, however, unlike other 3 degree systems, Blue Star Witchcraft uses a 5 level system.
Georgian Wicca: This is a very eclectic form of Wicca. It incorporates both Gardnerian and Alexandrian Traditions. Although it is a God and Goddess system, it leans strongly toward the Goddess. Members are encouraged to learn and study through all resourses available.
British Traditional Wicca: This is a term used mainly by Americans to describe various British Traditions (Gardnerian and Alexandrian may fall under this category). It is believed that BTW predates other Wiccan Traditions. British Traditional Wiccans must be initiated by a lineaged member and must maintain a certain level of training and practices. It should be noted that this tradition is not solely found in Britian.
Celtic Wicca: This path combines Druid and Gardnerian Wicca. There is a large emphasis on the elements, nature and the Ancient Ones.
Eclectic Wicca: This is often referred to Neowiccan Tradition (please note - this is not a derogatory or insulting term, it simply refers to one who practices a newer form of Wicca). This is a combination of several types of traditions to form a new tradition. Eclectic Wiccans can be either solitary or part of a coven.