Neopaganism (sometimes Neo-Paganism, meaning "New Paganism") is a heterogeneous group of religions which attempt to revive ancient, mainly European pre-Christian religions. Most Neopagans stress connections with older forms of Paganism, sometimes in terms of "underground" continuity.
Neopaganist beliefs and practices are extremely diverse, and tend towards syncretic melding of once-diverse practices and beliefs. It has been said that there are as many Neopagan belief systems as there are Neopagans. However, while Neopaganism tends towards individualism, many adherents share a body of common precepts, including a reverence for nature or active ecology, Goddess and/or Horned God veneration, use of ancient mythologies, the belief in "magick," and often the belief in reincarnation.