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Neopagan - Neopaganism (sometimes Neo-Paganism, meaning "New Paganism") covers a heterogeneous group of modern religions that attempt to revive ancient, mainly European pre-Christian religions. Some Neopagans stress their connections with older forms of Paganism in terms of "underground" continuity. (wikipedia)

Of or pertaining to one of the pagan faiths created in modern times. An example of this includes Santeria, which is an evolution of Vodoun as it became reinterpreted in America, and is possibly the largest neopagan faith. Wicca is another, possibly the second largest, and was formed vaugely in the style of paleopagan faiths as interpreted through Spiritualism, Golden Dawn lore, Cabalism, Aleister Crowley, and Gerald Gardner in the 1950's, and later borrowed heavily from New Age spirituality. (winterscapes).