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Paganism in Utah

By Devin Felix
There are witches among us.
Scott G. Winterton, Deseret Morning NewsTara Sudweeks Willgues, also known as the Rev. Heron, says there are as many types of paganism as there are denominations of Christianity. Witchcraft, also known as Wicca, is one of hundreds of pagan religions followed around the world. And there are hundreds of Utah pagans.
For some the word “pagan” might bring to mind images of prehistoric tribal people in remote village huts. While most pagan traditions are based in the ancient past, most modern pagans present a much more familiar picture. They hold jobs at offices or stores or call centers. They send their children to public schools. They drive cars rather than broomsticks.

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