ASHEVILLE, N.C., Aug. 31 (AP)--The Appalachian Pagan Alliance has applied to hold a "We Still Work Magic'' rally at the high school stadium where Christians staged a huge "We Still Pray'' rally.

The Christian rally was part of a national movement urging fans to break into the Lord's Prayer at football games after the national anthem is sung, in response to the U.S. Supreme Court's June ruling against organized prayer at games in Texas.

The pagan event, on the September 22 autumn equinox, would cast blessing spells asking for acceptance and call for the earth to be healed, said leader Ginger Strivelli.

"It would probably be the same stuff the Christians do. It's just that we have more gods than they do,'' she said. "We wouldn't be up there sacrificing cattle or anything.''

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