Hi there, I've been a solitary, eclectic pagan for about 20 years, off & on. I have always felt the draw of the Goddess & have acknowledged Her even when I really wasn't practicing. I'm not Wiccan & I really don't strictly follow a Celtic or Asatru path. I'm not into a lot of New Age hoo-ha that has infiltrated Paganism. I'm currently reading into the 1734 Tradition & Clan of Tubal Cain. I read books on Traditional Witchcraft, the Occult, The Robert Cochrane Letters, Evan John Jones, Doreen Valiente, Robin Artisson, Peter Paddon. I'm on a few Yahoo groups devoted to these topics, as well as others. I tend to stay away Llewellyn books, as I tend to find them on the "Fluffy" side of things. I'm currently learning all about the lost art of Enchantment through gesture & Visceral Magick. I am also a student of Southern & Appalachian Conjure.
I got confirmed for a class that I will be attending this coming Monday. It's being held at my fav. local Pagan shop, Little Mysteries. It's called Introduction to Pagan Paths I'm going to see what is out there in terms of networking with other Pagans in my area. I'm looking to join a coven. I did have a mentor, but I never really learned anything that I didn't know before. A lot of what she gave me to add to my BOS, I found when I Googled it. Most of what she gave me was Wiccan in nature, even though she's is not a Wiccan (???). But I digress.
I'm looking forward to going to this class, it's being put on by a Wiccan HP. I might know a lot of what may by taught, but it doesn't hurt to be refreshed. Being a Pagan, there's always room to learn.