Experiential and affirming of nature and the wonders of creation. Often embracing many ways of looking at divinity as well as an affection for nature and the natural world. Honoring of ancestors and spirits of the land are also common hallmarks of modern Paganism.
A philosophy that transcends both Monotheism and Polytheism and represents the glue that holds the two in balance. The source in which Neoplatonism, for example, found fertile ground and which represents the Transcendent One.
The Logos and Word made flesh represent the Christian ideal and Gnosticism expands the idea that there is something else behind that Logos, the Christ, preached around the world within the walls of churches.