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INFOGRAPHIC: Wicca, Druidry, Paganism, Asatru, What Are They?

100-PO047 (R 6/2019)


(Alexandra Barton, DOC Communications)

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Most wiccans believe in a horned male god and a moon goddess.

The only wiccans who do not believe in both the goddess and the god are those who belong to the Dianic Wicca. They believe in the existence of only the goddess.

Some wiccans believe that the god and the goddess are equal. However, other wiccans believe that the goddess is more important than the god.


Druidry comes from the legends around King Arthur.

One of the clearest connections between Arthuriana and Druidry is the Loyal Arthurian Warband, a Druidic group that uses Arthurian symbolism as part of its environmental movement.

There is no one set of beliefs that Druidry follows, so there is a large range of various beliefs.



Pagan religions recognize a several of divine beings, however they do not all believe there is an underlying connection.


Pagan religions believe in the divinity of nature, which they view as a form of the divine.

Sacred Feminine

Pagan religions follow the female divine principle, identified as the Goddess beside or in place of the male divine principle, as expressed in the Abrahamic God.


A polytheistic religion that worships a wide variety of gods and goddesses.

The most well-known are Thor, Odin, Freyja, Frigg, Freyr, Tyr, Loki, and Heimdall.