.:This dictionary reflects the diversity of Paganism, including terms from Wicca, Witchcraft, Druidry, Ceremonial Magick, Alchemy, Shamanism, and many other traditions, paths and religions. The definitions in these pages have been researched and reflect the original meaning of the word when there is a disparity between neo-pagan and historical use. The historical definitions are derived from pagan and occult sources, rather than mainstream writings to ensure that religious bias in perspective is minimized. Every effort has been made to ensure that these definitions reflect the general definitions across many traditions and we have flagged definitions that are used to mean something specific in a particular tradition like Alchemy. If you see that something is missing, or would like to correct or add to a definition, please message [Nere] with the word and definition, and if the information is correct it will be added or amended:.