I don't understand this term. It's an oxymoron, I believe. Paganism, in whatever form you choose to practice, is a religion. Even our government recognizes it as such. There was recently a huge fight to get the Pentacle on the grave stone of Pagan soldiers, remember? I teach in the public school system. The powers that be can no more tell me not to wear my Pentacle than they could tell a Christian not to wear a cross. My friend, an elderly lady, said she's atheist. Yet, she believes in angels, spirits, communication with spirits, and reincarnation. Another friend and I challenged her on her "atheism". Her reply was, "If God is an old, white man in the sky with a beard, then I'm atheist." We tried to explain that we all knew that is not reality; therefore, because she believes in the spiritual aspects, she is not an atheist. She is stubborn and still holds to the atheist title. I am religious. I'm not ashamed or afraid to say so.