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Mapped here are people called by the World Christian Database 'Ethnoreligionists', defined as 'A collective term for primal or primitive religionists, animists, spirit-worshippers, shamanists, ancestor-venerators, polytheists, pantheists, traditionalists (in Africa), local or tribal folk-religionists; including adherents of neo-paganism or non-Christian local or tribal syncretistic or nativistic movements, cargo cults, witchcraft eradication cults, possession healing movements, tribal messianic movements; still occasionally termed pagans, heathen, fetishists; usually confined each to a single tribe or people, hence tribal or local as opposed to ‘universal’ (open to any or all peoples).'

Territory size shows the proportion of the world's Pagans living there.

population map Open Population Map for comparison

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