A number of noted individuals have been called Paganss.

The term is sometimes used pejoratively, particularly by Christians, and the people below would not necessarily call themselves pagans. Please refer to Pagan for the difficulties in clearly defining the term.

Note: Some usages of 'pagan' appear to apply to atheists too. This page is not for atheists: see list of atheists.

Table of contents
1 Unknown
2 Wicca
3 Stregheria



  • Margot Adler - author, journalist, Wiccan Priestess and Elder, NPR correspondent in New York City
  • Raymond Buckland - author of Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft and many others
  • Z. Budapest - lesbian Pagan teacher writer etc. (Dianic Wicca)
  • Laurie Cabot - the official witch of Salem, author of Power of the Witch and Love Magic
  • Phyliss Curott - author of Book of Shadows
  • Francesca De Grandis - craft elder in the Faerie tradition, writes and teaches on Celtic Shamanism
  • A.J. Drew - author of Wicca for Men
  • Gerina Dunwich - author of Wicca Craft and other books on the details of spellwork
  • Gavin Frost and Yvonne Frost - founders of the Church and School of Wicca
  • Yasmine Galenorn - author of Embracing the Moon and Dancing the Sun
  • Eileen Holland - author of The Wicca Handbook


See also: List of people by belief