Sorry, I was misled when you asked for “a poll”. Let me try again (but this is really hard to do without sparking a debate) :
Tree-huggin’ neopagan dirt worshipper.
I am eclectic in beliefs and practices, taking elements from various re-creation and “old” religions and synthesizing them into a melange that works for me. Some would call me a dilletante. I think I’m smart enough to find what works and discard the rest. I believe in the imminent Divinity of God, meaning that the Divine is all around us and part of us, and not some separate being floating in some heaven somewhere looking down on us. I believe we all have the ability to evolve spiritually and become a bigger piece of Divinity. I believe that Jesus, Muhhomad, the Buddhas and the Taoist Ascended Masters are just some of the people that have shed their physical selves and lifetimes to become bigger chunks of Divine. I believe there is no scripture which completely captures The Truth because they are all filtered through human experience, and that each person is their own best Priest or Priestess. I believe everyone can connect with and understand the Divine independantly, without priestly intervention. At the same time, I believe that ritual with a priest working for me can be very powerful.
I practice magick, both practical magick to gain or banish things or help others gain or banish things, and spiritual magick to connect with Deity. The forms I use are most often Wiccan, sometimes Ceremonial Magick, sometimes Kitchen Witchery. I think The Divine is too big and all consuming for us to grasp, so we give individual facets of it names and call those facets “gods and goddesses” - this means that ultimately, we create gods, and the Flying Spaghetti Monster will become real as enough people channel their energy towards its creation, symbolism and meaning. The deities I work with are mostly Greco-Roman, some Egyptian (particularly Sekhmet) and some celtic (particularly Brigid).
I believe that a reverence for nature is important. This reverence is both on a spiritual (literally hugging trees and talking to plants) and practical (picking up rubbish, replanting forests, re-creating grasslands and native habitats.) I feel closer to the Divine in nature than I do in an urban environment (which is tough, because I live in the middle of Chicago.)
I am agnostic, knowing that I can’t know what I know, but I enjoy living my life as if it’s True. I do not prostlytize, as I believe that each person is responsible for his or her own spiritual evolution. I am happy to teach what I’ve found true for myself, and generally lead seasonal rituals for a community of a dozen or so adults and their assorted children. I am an Ordained Minister (Universal Ministries, not ULM) only so I can do legal weddings.