I'm just a dude with a rather strange spiritual background. I'm the descendant of a saint (Louis IX of France, to be more precise), though I've honestly never been in any bit interested in Catholicism.
I was originally raised to be a Buddhist-Protestant-God-knows-what-else thing, but my parents converted to Wicca, and I totally abandoned them in the religious perspective.
I've given Christianity two trial runs. The first time I gave up on it because I just didn't feel I was ready to turn from my sins, the second time because God wouldn't answer any of my prayers with a yes. I kind of just decided this was because he wasn't answering them at all.
Rather more recently (it was last year), I tried out Hinduism. Yeah. That didn't work out much better. I decided it just wasn't quite my thing, but it was a very enlightening experience, and I learned a lot of things about the soul and the self
I've since gone from various forms of strange, often very syncretic and spiritualistic beliefs, I've been a jew, I did go through a New Age phase, but that only extended as far as specific beliefs about the metaphysical plains, and not as far as New Age ethics or theology. (During this time, I was very drawn to the works of the New Age author Richard Webster, so he's sort of the one that got me interested). I went through a several month period of agnosticism (weak atheism) and very satisfied with it, but I've recently (Across the last week or two) been asking questions again, and coming up with answers. There is one great Way, one Tao. It is the rule of everything, and it can be known to us as the Dharma. Though I denounce Confucianism, I consider myself a Zen Buddhist (With some Pure Land beliefs) and a Taoist. But besides this, I also consider myself a Shintoist, in that I believe in forms of the Japanese kami, as manifestations of this infinite Way.
I'd have a bit of trouble honestly claiming any particular beliefs about god (Including Agnosticism), but I'd have to say that I'm somewhere between being and Agnostic and a Deist. I do my best to leave fideism out of the picture (Though I dare say it's difficult to have something both spiritually fulfilling for me and completely rationalized. Either way, it's difficult to place me because my beliefs don't really include god. There are Kami, but they are more along the lines of angels of spirits than actual gods. Compare confucian Ancestor veneration, or perhaps muslim though on Angels (in a less extreme format, imho), if you need a model to see how I view kami. For all polls I consider myself a deist, with the Dharma as the god I base this off of. The tao is not a creator, it is not person, it's not even conscious, and it certainly doesn't have any of the traits attributed to gods... even deistic ones. (Meaning that it's by no means omnipotent, omniscient, etc.) I, in my very personal and humble though, so no offence meant to anyone, consider such gods, at the very least, not in need of worship. I suppose I am 'agnostic' in the traditional sense of the term, but I don't consider myself that. When I was an agnostic, I did have spiritual philosophy but I didn't actually have spirituality.