General names:

  • Witch – Meaning a practitioner of witchcraft.
  • Wicca – Meaning old English word for male practitioner of witchcraft.
  • Wicce – Meaning old English word for female practitioner of witchcraft .
  • Occultist – Meaning a practitioner of magick.
  • Wizard – Meaning wise person, much like Sage, or philosopher.
  • Sage -Meaning wise person.
  • Wise Man – Meaning a man that is wise.
  • Wise Woman – Meaning a woman that is wise.
  • Wise (gender name here) – Meaning a (gender name here) that is wise.
  • Magician – Meaning a practitioner of magick.
  • Mage – Meaning a practitioner of magick.
  • Magus – Meaning practitioner of magick, or a Zoroastrian priest.
  • Magickan – Meaning a practitioner of magick.
  • Magican – Meaning a practitioner of magick.
  • Magick Practitioner – Meaning practitioner of magick.
  • Practitioner – Meaning a person actively engaged in an art, discipline, or profession.
  • Spellcaster – Meaning one who sends out spells, and is a practitioner of magick.
  • Spell Chanter – Meaning one who sends out spells, and is a practitioner of magick. Does not necessarily have to chant.
  • Charmer – Meaning a practitioner of magick who cast spells upon entities, and constructs.
  • Thaumaturge – Meaning one who practices thaumaturgy, or low Magic.
  • Thaumaturgist – Meaning one who practices thaumaturgy, or low Magic.
  • Theurge – Meaning one who practices theurgy, or high Magic.
  • Theurgist – Meaning one who practices theurgy, or high Magic.
  • Mystic – Meaning a practitioner of mysticism.
  • Seeker – Meaning one who searches for truth, wisdom, knowledge, and/or enlightenment.
  • Neophyte – Meaning a person who is new to a subject, skill, or belief.
  • Adept – Meaning a person who is well studied, and practiced in a subject, skill, or belief.
  • Metaworker –  Meaning a someone who mostly practices energy work, astral travel, and spirit work.

Skill-based names:

  • Elementalist – Meaning one who works with the elements.
  • Enchanter – Meaning magickal practitioner who practices enchantment magick.
  • Enchantress – Meaning female magickal practitioner who practices enchantment magick.
  • Sorcerer – Meaning a practitioner who summons forth entities to aid them, or do their bidding.
  • Sorceress – Meaning a female practitioner who summons forth entities to aid them, or do their bidding.
  • Summoner – Meaning a practitioner who summons forth entities.
  • Diviner – Meaning a magickal practitioner that practices divination.
  • Fortune-teller – Meaning a magickal practitioner that practices fortune telling.
  • Dowser – Meaning a practitioner who uses the divination practice of dowsing.
  • Soothsayer – Meaning a person who speaks the truth usually relating to a practitioner of divination.
  • Exorcist – Meaning a practitioner who casts out, and banishes entities.
  • Astrologer – Meaning a practitioner of astrology.
  • Astrologist – Meaning a practitioner of astrology.
  • Demonologist – Meaning a practitioner of demonology.
  • Alchemist – Meaning a practitioner of Alchemy.
  • Empath – Meaning a person who receives emotions from other entities, or constructs.
  • Oracle – Meaning a practitioner who can Divine prophecies, and the will of the Gods.
  • Necromancer – Meaning a practitioner of necromancy
  • Palmist – Meaning a practitioner of palmistry
  • Palmreader – Meaning a practitioner of palmistry
  • Ritualist – Meaning a practitioner, or authority on ritual practices, or religious rites.
  • Scryer – Meaning a practitioner of who divines through the act of scrying
  • Lightworker – Meaning a new age practitioner that tries to better the world through their spiritual understanding of it.
  • Spiritworker – Meaning a person who works with spirits.
  • Conjurer – Meaning a practitioner who calls forth entities.
  • Psychic – Meaning a person who has extra sensory perception.
  • Medium – Meaning a person who can communicate with spirits, and ghosts.
  • Shaman – Meaning a practitioner of shamanism.
  • Chaote – Meaning a practitioner of chaos Magick.
  • Root Workers – Meaning a practitioner of rootwork, or hoodoo.

Stage magic names:

  • Illusionist – Meaning a practitioner of stage magic.
  • Prestidigitator – Meaning a practitioner of stage magic.

If you have any more names, or titles that you would like added to the list, or if you see anything wrong, tell me about them and I would love to add them and/or fix them.

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