Atheist, Christian, Muslim, Jew, Pagan, Wiccan, Spiritual but not Religious, and ancient folklore believers. I can at least feel aspects of mysticism (after a few noticeable incidents I begin focusing on spirituality instead before the house becomes infested, so it gets less problematic. Also my faith is way too weak due to mistrust). Which leads to dis-believe in Anti-theism(not to mention I grew up in an environment where Herbal-ism, which is an aspect of Alchemy, is commonly practiced). I have as of right now considered Polytheism more right than monotheism, who themselves, at least the ones who is still alive in mortal era, manifestation while their lineage ties to primordial deities that participate in creation (and all very dead), who were then sentient manifestation of chaos. But due to my terrible dedication worship to any of them is futile. Following a certain model in ancient Greek that I cannot recall, I believe there is mutual affection between men and gods, that believe shape them, strengthen them, weaken them or even create and erase them and in turn they can affect us, though we don't know if a) it's true and b) if it changes causality. And in that sense all religions and folklore are true at the same time (and the chance that there were times where they actually walk the earth), though their "sphere" can be linked to an aspect of nature or idea.