“When it comes down to it, though, there are two main schools of Jewitchery. On one end are ‘Jewish witches,’ Jewish women who practice Wicca or another form of neo-pagan religion, combining their identity and spirituality practice with ‘Jewishness,’ if not actual Judaism. On the other end of the continuum are ‘witchy Jews,’ Jewish women who practice a form of normative Judaism — be it Reform, Renewal, Conservative or Orthodox — and infuse it with a magical perspective gleaned from the pagan world.”
[Update] The Jewish Journal is running a similar piece on Jewitches.