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Paganism casts spell over followers

By Matthew DeBord

IF YOU think the meager little baton that Harry Potter has been waving around for going on six movies now is something special, you’ve never seen a real wand. The genuine article — adorned with feathers, stones and a message in the runic alphabet — was on display at a “Healing Faire” in, of all places, Studio City, this month. It was the creation of Jude Bradley, an actual witch. Or Wiccan, to use the appropriate term. She was not wearing a pointed hat, and there was no black in her wardrobe (she was wearing jeans, in fact). She did say that she grew up in the Boston area and had spent a decent amount of time around Salem, Mass., a town that of course has some history with witches. Maybe too much, in fact.

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