The category of pantheism is even more vague and problematic for definition.
Many Native American nations, Native Australian tribes, and other peoples follow religions that perceive the spiritual and material dimensions as two sides of the same reality.
Like polytheists and monotheists they acknowledge one Supreme Being. But the material world, for them is simply the outer manifestation of the spiritual realities. Humans and all living things share the same material nature and spiritual nature.
Just as humans and the other living beings interact in the material dimension, they also interact in the spiritual dimension. Pantheistic religions tend to occur in societies which live in close intimate relationship with the natural world. They do not develop extensive mythologies but instead employ religious traditions intended to maintain a daily interaction with the spiritual side of life.
Tribes and clans keep oral traditions about both the natural world and the spirits of that world with which they relate. Peoples who follow these religions often do not distinguish between the natural and spiritual dimensions, it is all one reality, of which they are but one living part.