From PAN="all" & Greek THEOS= "god". Is a theological claim that identifies God as the cosmos, or immanent in all life. Pantheists hold nature and universe as sacred and therefore to be worshiped. Most support supernatural and magical claims that will never be fully understood through science. Religions that currently espouse a Pantheistic godhead would be: Wicca(Neopaganism), Taoism, and Shintoism; with Buddhism and Hinduism being more mildly Pantheistic. Morally, Pantheists view the world as generally good in nature while excepting that evil exists. Mostly all Pantheists claim to be pro-life and denounce all evil actions upon nature or life itself.

Even though the term was coined in the 18th century, most anthropologists describe Pantheism to be the underlying theology of all ancient religions before Polytheism was written by temple hierarchy.
He touched a tree and could feel it’s spirit and godly energy.

She said, he must be Pantheistic
by Shapeshifter89 December 28, 2013
ORIGIN mid 18th cent.: from pan-‘all’ + Greek theos ‘god’
A person who identifies God as the Cosmos, or immanent in all life, while also claiming the existence of metaphysical energy & forces in Nature. The belief in an afterlife depends completely on the individual, and morally most are pro-life. Describing one as a Pantheist could also be alternatively used in place of Animist, or Pagan.
A woman meditating with Nature could feel the godly forces of healing and enlightenment powering her body.

She must be a Pantheist.
by Shapeshifter89 December 30, 2014
The belief that God is everything and that everything is God.

Does not mean that there is no transcendent aspect to nature, merely that every piece is an incarnation of the whole.
Christian: Do you think this pencil is God?
Pantheist: Sure. It's the will to power just like you, the stars, or anything else.
by Freiheit December 8, 2005
Today, a young philosophy major on Magic Mushrooms, realized that all matter in the Universe is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration; that our souls are actually the electronic energy connections within our minds. That we are all one universal consciousness born into separate realities, experiencing itself subjectively. There is NO such thing as space and time or death; life is only an existential dream, and everything that ever thrived in the universe (humans, animals, plants, stars) is the imagination of ourselves.

Pretty much true.
Today, a young philosophy major on Magic Mushrooms, realized that all matter in the Universe is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration; that our souls are actually the electronic energy connections within our minds. That we are all one universal consciousness born into separate realities, experiencing itself subjectively. There is NO such thing as space and time or death; life is only an existential dream, and everything that ever thrived in the universe (humans, animals, plants, stars) is the imagination of ourselves.

Pantheistic Solipsistic Buddhism
by Kongamuse August 27, 2013
Subscribes to the Pantheons of mythology from the Greek, Romans, Egyptian, and even Hindu. Commonly atheist but enjoys ancient mythological Gods.
I am a Pantheist who prefers Odin, Shiva, and Poseidon. All God's are equal in my mind.
by TooTallTyrion July 19, 2015