Traditions

Background

Most Ritual Mages learn through participating in a Tradition. There have been hundreds of Traditions in the history of the world, but only a few dozen survive. Here is a sampling of known Traditions.

Name Culture Size Mundane Power Notes
Voudon Hatian Large Low
Santeria Cuban Large Medium (High in Miami)
Candomble Brazilian Large Low
Obeah Jamaican Large Low
Hoodoo Southern American Large Low
Wiccan Pagan Large Low
Shamanism Native American Small Low
Shintoism Japanese Small Low
Order of Rasputin Cossack Small Low (High in Russia)
Exarchate of Ravenna Eastern Orthodox Small Low
Sodality of the Pentacost Evangelical Small High
Order of Michael Catholic/Martial Medium Medium
Order of Raziel Catholic/Hermetic Small Small
Order of Uriel Catholic/Investigatory Small Small
Order of Azrael Catholic/Assasins Small Small
The Wild Hunt Celtic Small Small
Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn British/Hermetic Small High
Typhonian Ordo Templi Orientis British/Hermetic Small Low
Seder of the Qlippoth Hebrew/Kabbalistic Small Small
Seder of the Sephiroth Hebrew/Kabbalistic Large Medium
Jurists of Solomon Hermetic Small Medium
Maccabean Knesset Hebrew Small Low (Medium in Israel)
Masonic Lodges of the Shining City WASP/Hermetic Large High
Architects of Liberty Libertarian/American Large Medium
Platonic Symposium Greek/Gnostic Small Small
Sisters of Medea Feminist/Greek Small Small
Stylites Esoteric Christian Small Large
Rumi’s Scribes Sufic/Islamic Small Large
Pillars of the Nizari Islamic Large Large
The Jihadi Caliphate Jihadi Large Small
Collegium of Spiritual Mechanics Scientific Small Medium

Traditions

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