Well there's Neo-Wicca. When I use to be Neo-Wiccan I use to believe each god and goddess were actually only one aspect of the major god and goddess, then them two together were the all or the source or cosmic being.
By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Oct 28, 2014
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That concept of the nature of the Divine is called "soft polytheism". One can understand the Divine in that way and practice quite a number of different religions. You will find soft polytheists in many if not most of the Neo-Pagan religions. Soft polytheism isn't a "path" as such, it is merely how one experiences the Divine.
I used to be neo-pagan, I however changed my path to a Heathen (Norse pagan). I believe in one aspect of Hinduism there is a universal spirit called Brahman and all gods are an aspect of him/her. But those are only the Hindu gods. Of you mean every god in existence then it's neo-pagan or eclectic. This is my side of the story. Also to practice it get an alter to the god and goddess, this link is kind of legit it's missing a little bit though: http://www.spellsofmagic.com/coven_ritual.html?ritual=3220&coven=6 and this article: http://www.spellsofmagic.com/coven_ritual.html?ritual=3130&coven=6 . Change these around to your own use. Hope these rituals help. Good luck!