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President Muad’Dib discovered while going through the Utah Pride Center private archives a photo of the “Salt Lake Pagan Community” from the the 1995 Gay and Lesbian Pride Parade. “I didn’t know that the Pagans had been marching in the parade back then. I had thought perhaps that SLPS was the first to march in the parade, but I knew others could have, just there was no evidence. This year is the 26th year of the parade, so now we know they have marched before. SLPS began marching in the parade in 2011 with the Utah Pride Interfaith Coalition.”

The LGBT community has had a long crossover into the Pagan community, as many of the members identify with both. It’s common that LGBT people find the Pagan community more accepting because of how personal the spirituality of Paganism is and how many various paths people walk. Paganism allows individuals to explore facets of deity, the inside self, and the universe they hadn’t previously without putting them into a box or creating a cookie cutter mentality. Often Paganism is more fulfilling than larger organized religion.

The Utah Pride Center has photographs from various events that will be transferred to the Marriott Library Special Collections Archives at the University of Utah this year under the leadership of President Muad’Dib, who works as the library director at the center. The picture below will soon be available for everyone to access in the Multimedia Division. If anyone can identify the individuals, please send SLPS an email or leave a comment.

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SLPS was curious to find out what the Satanic Temple-Utah Chapter would be discussing at their open meeting. “I wanted to know more about them, what they are going to be up to, and to educate myself. I’m not a Satanist, don’t have a desire to be one, or really believe in the figure, but better to be smart than ignorant, especially considering I’m always trying to educate people about Paganism, I don’t want to make that mistake about Satanism” said President Muad’Dib.

The meeting was originally scheduled for Watchtower coffee across from the SLCC campus on state and 1500 S. The meeting had so many RSVPS that it was moved to conference room 4 at the Salt Lake Public Library for 2pm on Saturday, May 21, 2016. The meeting was very professional, with chairs, a table for the council, a slide show, brochures, and refreshments afterwards. Chapter president Chalice Blyth, who received the chapter charter in February 2016,  gave the presentation, with occasional comments from the other core council members: Aaron Shea (DJ at Club Metro), Paul Black, and Autumn Rogers (bass guitarist for the goth rock band IMPXVIII).

The Satanic Temple is a nonprofit founded in 2013 and is set up in a chapter style. A state, city or county may have chapters. The main purpose of the order is to use the pre Judaic/Christian adversary figure. This figure is the one who represents the idea and function of the adversary or rebellion through time and civilization, which in this case is named Satan. The literary figure, such as Satan found in Paradise Lost by John Milton fits more with their beliefs of rebelling than the one found in mythology.

The aim of the Temple is to counter oppressive religion, especially when it comes to intolerance and preference in schools and government.  The organization is primary non-theist, as the members do not generally believe or bow to any deities. They promote benevolence, reason, and rational inquiry disconnected from religious mythology. Since they aren’t religious, they do not perform ceremonies or practice magic like the Church of Satan. There isn’t a plan for a church or space, since they don’t bow to any God/Goddess, and rejected the idea posed by the audience of having a baphomet statue in a shrine or erected in Salt Lake unless the dominate Christian faith, Mormonism or otherwise, tries to enshrine in law, school, or for the public religious rules and statues. Examples of this push back against religious agendas can be seen with the ten commandments monument erected in Oklahoma in 2015 at the state capitol building. The Satanic Temple protested and was in the process of erecting a baphomet statue when suddenly the ten commandments monument was declared illegal and removed under cover of night.

The temple will try to do community service and fun activities, like an upcoming “unbaptism” Sunday, July 24 at Club Metro which will be a performance for those who wish to undo their old baptism ($10 entrance fee and selling your soul to the Devil is required at the door, which is pure irony since they don’t believe in Satan as an ungod, so no actual souls are going to be sold).

Membership is simple, simply submit an online form, no fee required. They are seeking active members to help with events, but encouraged passive members. They also encouraged allies to the Temple, people who can share events or like their page on Facebook/Instagram. They did warn the audience that associating with the Temple comes with a “scarlet letter” due to society’s reaction to Satan.

A question and answer period was after the presentation, with many questions in the audience ranging from “Can a person be a left hand Pagan and join?” to “Since it’s for Utah, anyone want to carpool from outer areas to attend events in SLC?” No protesters or anti Satanist were present. Attendance was about 50 people.

Satanic Temple-Utah open meeting, brochure, Salt Lake City Public Library, Saturday, May 21, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT

Satanic Temple-Utah open meeting, L to r (table): Aaron Shea, Paul Black, Autumn Rogers, Chalice Blyth, Salt Lake City Public Library, Saturday, May 21, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT

Satanic Temple-Utah open meeting, Chalice Blyth talking about the seven tenets, Salt Lake City Public Library, Saturday, May 21, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT

Satanic Temple-Utah open meeting, attendees, Salt Lake City Public Library, Saturday, May 21, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT

Satanic Temple-Utah open meeting, attendees, Salt Lake City Public Library, Saturday, May 21, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT

Satanic Temple-Utah open meeting, Shy Fox and attendees, Salt Lake City Public Library, Saturday, May 21, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT

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SLPS attended the World Horror Convention 2016 at the Provo Marriott Hotel. It was held April 28-May 1, 2016. Muad’Dib went down to read horror tarot readings in the dealer room and participate on various panels. “It was slow, but a good convention. People from out of state and Canada.” said President Muad’Dib.

Many authors like Paul Genesse, David Farland, David J. West, and Kevin J. Anderson and others were there doing panels and selling their books. With the panels, there were gaming times, short films, an art show, and other activities. Some of the vendors included Gypsy Moon Emporium of Salt Lake, the League of Utah Writers, Zombie Nation, Pioneer Books of Provo, and Barnes and Noble.

World Horror Convention, attendees checking in, Thursday, Apirl 28, 2016, Marriott Hotel, Provo, UT

World Horror Convention, tshirts, Thursday, April 28, 2016, Marriott Hotel, Provo, UT

World Horror Convention, signs for rooms, Thursday, April 28, 2016, Marriott Hotel, Provo, UT

World Horror Convention, vendors, Thursday, April 28, 2016, Marriott Hotel, Provo, UT

World Horror Convention, vendors, Friday, April 29, 2016, Provo Marriott, Provo, UT

World Horror Convention, vendors, Friday, April 29, 2016, Provo Marriott, Provo UT

World Horror Convention, Muad’Dib, Friday, April 29, 2016, Marriott Hotel, Provo, UT

World Horror Convention, gaming sign, Thursday, April 28, 2016, Marriott Hotel, Provo, UT

World Horror Convention, art show, Saturday, April 30, 2016, Marriott Hotel, Provo, UT

World Horror Convention, books on sale, Saturday, April 30, 2016, Marriott Hotel, Provo, UT

World Horror Convention, books on sale, Saturday, April 30, 2016, Marriott Hotel, Provo, UT

World Horror Convention, local bar City Limits displaying gay pride, Saturday, April 30, 2016, Provo, UT

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SLPS is excited to announce that starting the 1st of April, the esteemed Donald Trump will be taking over the organization. “We are excited to have his skills as a manager, leader, and effective spokesman to help brand the company” said former President Muad’Dib. It was a competitive process, but once we received Mr. Trumps resume, we knew he was the best fit. Some of Mr. Trumps former successful business ventures include steaks, an airline, and hotels. The welcoming ceremony will be held in the LDS temple throne room at 7pm, where Mr. Trump will be crowned leader of SLPS.

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In honor of Super Bowl 50, the coven of SLPS decided to forgo the regular circle and ritual and break in the new deep fryer on Saturday, February 6, 2016. The fryer was to be used to fry wings for Super Bowl 50 party. The wings were seasons and fryed, then sauced in the traditional South Carolina style, with sweet vidalia onion bbq sauce.

New Moon February 2016, chicken wings in the mix, Saturday, February 6, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT

New Moon February 2016, Shy Fox performing oilmancy, Saturday, February 6, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT

New Moon February 2016, breaking in the new deep fryer with wings for Super Bowl 50, Saturday, February 6, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT

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SLPS gladly donated again for their annual charity work. Big Brother Big Sister of Utah has been receiving donations from the organization for several years. This year, over 15 boxes of items and several bags of clothing.

Big Brother Big Sister 2015 Donation

Donations ready to be picked up, Thursday, December 31, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

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The members of SLPS gathered together to celebrate the New Moon and to honor the tradition of Hanukkah in Judaism on Saturday, December 12, 2015 at 8pm. For the last several years SLPS has been participating in the the ceremony, with the lighting of the hanukiah and serving treats such as latkes and sparking cider.

Sekhmet, the Egyptian lion Goddess and Cernunnos, Celtic Lord of the Underworld, were called in along with the Kin to guide the members on the drum meditation. A smokeless flame was provided for trance work.

December 2015 Hanukkah New Moon Ritual, l to r- Woman Between the Wolves, Piggy, Shy Fox, and Camille Harris, Saturday, December 12, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

December 2015 Hanukkah New Moon Ritual, altar, Saturday, December 12, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

December 2015 Hanukkah New Moon Ritual, latkas, Saturday, December 12, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

December 2015 Hanukkah New Moon Ritual, smokeless meditation fire with Piggy (l) and Shy Fox, Saturday, December 12, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

December 2015 Hanukkah New Moon Ritual, hanukiah lit for the 7th night, Goddes Sekhmet (l) and God Cernunnos, Saturday, December 12, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

December 2015 Hanukkah New Moon Ritual, hanukiah on mantle, Saturday, December 12, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

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SLPS Hanukkah New Moon Dec 2015

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Some magic and precision was needed after Thanksgiving. The members of SLPS met under the Full moon Saturday, November 28, 2015 at 8pm to call upon the maiden goddess Artemis, to lend them strength, clarity, and precision to achieve their goals. The full moon is a great time to work powerful rites of any type of magic, especially when they are in need.

Some folks take into account the astrological position of the moon in the signs, the type of seasonal moon, time of day, day of the week and month. All of which can be used to forward and empower the spells performed. This particular moon helped a few members re-empower themselves and ask for clarity to find their goals.

After the ceremony, a friendly game of monopoly was played, with Shy Fox winning with just two sets of property! Watch for those Scorpios, they will win in the end!

November Full Moon 2015, altar with Artemis, Saturday, November 28, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

November Full Moon 2015, l to r- (cats) Pie, Tommy, Robby, And Woman Between the Wolves, Saturday, November 28, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

November Full Moon 2015, Beaver Moon, l to r-Shy Fox, Piggy, Camille Harris, Saturday, November 28, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

November Full Moon 2015, full moon gaming, Monopoly with Shy Fox (l) and Camille Harris, Saturday, November 28, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

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SLPS was invited to participate in the Utah Faith Fair, which was a part of the Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance. The rally and fair took place on Saturday, November 21, 2015 from 11am to 1pm at the Utah State Capitol building. Organized by Tim VanZeban, the fair was part of the community response to the new policy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on children, which states that children of same-sex couples and marriages are not allowed to be baptized unless they disavow their parents.

The fair was successful, with a handful of religious organizations, community groups, and county services occupying the capitol building rotunda from 11-1, while the rally took place on the steps of the capitol. The rally gathered about 100, and it appeared around 150 people resigned their membership using the PostMormon table, who would be delivering the resignations for those that resigned. Others browsed the groups looking at support or getting details on their options being post Mormon. SLPS offered daily advice through a one card pull of the Medieval Cat Tarot, giving positive messages and uplifting confidence to those who had resigned their LDS membership.

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, UT

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, Rotunda, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, PostMos (l) and Mormon Spectrum, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, South Valley Unitarian Universalist Church (Patty Willis rainbow stole), Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, Red Cliff Counseling and Wellness List Warner (l) and Woman Between the Wolves of the Salt Lake Pagan Society, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, Salt Lake Pagan Society Muad’Dib (l) and Woman Between the Wolves, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, Mathew Cockrum of First Unitarian Church, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, Mormon Spectrum, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, Center for Spiritual Living, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, Salt Lake County Youth Services, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, First Baptist Church (l-Curtis Price) and Wasatch Metropolitan Community Church, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, LGBT-Affirmative Therapists Guild of Utah, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, signs at rally, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Faith Fair: Utah Rally for Love, Equality, Family, and Acceptance, rally, Saturday, November 21, 2015, Utah Capitol Building, Salt Lake City, Utah

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Ever heard of a furry? Seen some people in animal suits walking around? Unfamiliar with the term otherkin? You may have a had a furry encounter! SLPS vended at the 2015 Furry Unlocked convention at the Doubletree Suites Hotel in Salt Lake City, Friday October 30- Sunday November 1. It was an excellent venue in which to get familiar with the furry community of Utah and to perform outreach. Many of the furrers showed surprised, and the admin came to the table announcing how surprised they were that SLPS had event contacted them, much less wanted to vend at their convention and do a panel! SLPS told them they we are a supportive and inclusive group, that even in the furry community we can find a way to outreach. SLPS did $10 furry tarot and paw readings, using the Tarot of the Animal Lords deck by Lo Scarabeo and Angelo Giannini which uses anthorpomorphized animal in costumes.

The business was slower, but that’s what happens at small conventions with less than 1,000 people. The panel “Animal Totems for Furries” on Saturday, October 31 at 2pm was very successful. SLPS was placed upstairs in a cozy room with 15 people who showed. The atmosphere was a back and forth dialogue about animal totems, furries, books, card decks, and strategies for furries to access and encounter their totems.

It was a wonderful experience, a successful panel, and an educational outreach for SLPS members who were unfamiliar with the community. SLPS looks forward to the warm and welcoming audience it found at Furry Unlocked in 2015 at the 2016 convention!

Furry Unlocked 2015, registration, Friday, October 30, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, vendors Friday, October 30, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, vendors, Friday, October 30, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, vendors, Friday, October 30, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, vendors and fursuiters, Friday, October 30, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, fursuit parade, Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, reindeer fursuiter Hart, Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, fursuit parade, Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, middle of fursuiters parade , Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, still the middle of fursuiters parade, Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

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Furry Unlocked 2015, end fursuiters parade, Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, fursuiters parade, reindeer Hart, Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, SLPS Panel on “Animal Totems for Furries” Muad’Dib (l), Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, guests at the SLPS panel “Animal Totems for Furries”, Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, fursuiters, Saturday, October 31, 2015 Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

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Furry Unlocked 2015, Shy Fox (l) and Woman Between the Wolves (orange vest), Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, Muad’Dib reading tarot, Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, guests with tails, Saturday, October 31, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, more guests with tails, Sunday, November 1, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

Furry Unlocked 2015, even more guests with tails, Sunday, November 1, 2015, Double Tree Suites, Salt Lake City, UT

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Join SLPS at Moab Pride 2015 Saturday, September 26, 2015. We will be doing tarot and palm readings at the 4th Annual Moab Pride Festival.

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Many thanks are given, hail the Good Earth Mother Gaia, Orisha Oko, St. Francis, and all other spirits and deities who gave SLPS the bountiful harvests it has enjoyed. The crops have come in for the 2nd harvest season of Mabon. There is still more on the vines! Mostly left are the tomatoes, tomatillos, green beans, a few peppers and a cabbage head along with the melon or two still in the patch. The corn is picked. So more harvest yet that will take us in to the final season of Samhain, the last great harvest of the year.

As for now, the Society garden has been remarkable bountiful, thanks to not just the blessings of the gods but those who worked to put it in, maintain it, and the land spirits who watched over it at night. We give thanks!

Here are the pics from Lughnasadh to Mabon 2015

Society Garden 2015, collard greens, Saturday, August 22, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

Society Garden 2015, Woman Between the Wolves in watermelon patch, Sunday, August 9, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

Society Garden 2015, Corn stalks are taller than Muad’Dib, Wednesday, August 19, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

Society Garden 2015, Muad’Dib With watermelon, Wednesday, August 19, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

Society Garden 2015, first harvest offerings, Sunday, August 9, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

Society Garden 2015, second harvest, Wednesday, August 19, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

Society Garden 2015, big harvest, Sunday, September 4, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

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Sometimes the good ole church fair is in full swing and you gotta check out the goods. SLPS attended the Annual Carmelite fair, put on by the nuns of the Carmelite Monastery in Holladay, UT on Sunday, September 20, 2015.

The fair was full of goods, food, music, and beer. The monastery and grounds are set back and hidden off of Holladay Blvd. Parking was slim, but a brisk walk along the Blvd provided a good pep for the SLPS members. The grounds were serene and beautiful, with gardens and a large statue of Our Blessed Mother Virgin Mary.

The festival had about 4,000 attendees eating, shopping, and listening to the live music. The entry was free, but “Carmelite Cash” was required to purchase items (converted at a cash booth). SLPS browsed the religious good and textiles and picked up a wall plaque of the Holy Mother Virgin Mary, a Swarovski crystal rosary, and a print of Our Lady Saint Guadalupe, adding to the eclectic temple space.

Carmelite Monastery Fair 2015, sign, Sunday, September 20, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

Carmelite Monastery Fair 2015, general store, Sunday, September 20, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

Carmelite Monastery Fair 2015, crowds and Shy Fox (right green) and Piggy (right white) Sunday, September 20, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

Carmelite Monastery Fair 2015, caremlite cafeteria, Sunday, September 20, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

Carmelite Monastery Fair 2015, live band with monastery in back right, Sunday, September 20, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

Carmelite Monastery Fair 2015, Mary garden statue, Sunday, September 20, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT

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Witches, wizards, druids, vikings, and Pagans gathered to celebrate community and unity. Salt Lake City Pagan Pride Day was held on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 10-6. Held at Murray Park, the festival allows the Pagan community to educated, show their pride, and “come out of the broom closet” if they feel so. This Year’s theme was “A Harvest of Balance and Blessings.”

This year’s festival included over 20 vendors, a kid zone, Belly Dancing by Thia, and music. The opening ritual was performed by the staff of Salt Lake City Pagan Pride Day. The day was sunny, shiny, and hundreds of people strolled in to shop, look, and attend public ritual. Even the local LDS missionaries stopped by for a look around.

SLPS did very well, needing a double booth this year for their $5 tarot readings. They were discounted last minute as an extra bonus for customers and to beat out competition. The closing ritual was performed in the Norse tradition by Harts Hearth Clan of Tooele Utah.

Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015, SLPS Booth, Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray Park, Murray, UT

Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015, Muad’Dib, Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray Park, Murray, UT

Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015, left to right- James, Many Anderson, Michael Conrad, C.C. Delgado, David Courtier (red shirt), Gwen Allen, Josh Williams, Eddie Cooper, and Tarisa Cooper, Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray Park, Murray, UT

Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015,Vendors with Crones Hollow, Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray Park, Murray, UT

Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015, Vendors with Pagan store Elemental Inspirations (left), Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray Park, Murray, UT

Salt Lake City Pagan Pride Day, Vendor booths, Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray City Park, Murray, UT

Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015, Vendors, Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray Park, Murray, UT

Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015, Vendors and kid zone with Mike Hurst (r), Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray Park, Murray, UT

Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015, Dancers at pavilion 1, Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray Park, Murray, UT

Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015, LDS Missionaries l to r-Elder Conn, Jennifer Coates, and Elder Halisky, Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray Park, Murray, UT

Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015, Closing rite circle with Heart’s Hearth Clan, Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray Park, Murray, UT

Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015, Closing rite by Heart’s Hearth Clan of Tooele, Utah, Saturday, September 12, 2015, Murray Park, Murray, UT

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Join us at the annual Pagan Pride Day. SLPS will be doing $10 tarot and palm readings. If you’re around, stop by pavilions 1, 2, and 3 at Murray Park in Murray, UT from 10-6.

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SLPS Salt Lake Pagan Pride Day 2015 Flyer

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If you’re into the Goth scene or industrial music, stop by our booth at the Dark Arts Festival at Area 51 in Salt Lake City for a $10 tarot, palm or voodoo bone reading!

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SLPS Dark Arts 2015 Flyer

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