Paganism isn't actually a religion or single set of beliefs, so much as a group of related, often highly individual, spiritual and religious paths. Most Pagan paths are polytheistic, pantheistic, and/or nature-oriented, but exact beliefs vary greatly. Common Neo-Pagan religions include Wicca, Druidism, Shamanism, and Asatru, among others. Older religions that many would consider Pagan include Hindu and most American Indian faiths.