I suppose its a case of seeing what resonates with you. I'm a believer that people choose a path and are not born to one. Ignore all that business that you need a family tree stretching back millenia to be a witch. Being a witch is what you do, not an accident of birth.
There are many paths that fall under the pagan umbrella. Aside from Witchcraft there is Druidism which focuses on a primarily nature based path, Asatru founded on a belief in the Gods of Norse mythology, Shamanism concerned with healing and the spirit world and several other broad pagan cultures.
There are also just general eclectic pagans who don't follow a specific culture and just get on with doing what they believe. The only thing I would say about following any path is to make sure it feels right for you and matches the beliefs that you hold personally.
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