Neo-Pagan theology has four principal characteristics: Neo-Paganism is pantheistic; it views divinity as immanent and the material world as a theophany, a manifestation of divinity. Neo-Pagans see the earth, the body, and sexuality as sacred. Neo-Paganism is polytheistic in that it recognizes a plurality of deities or aspects of Deity. Neo-Pagans honor the divine feminine; they recognize that divinity manifests itself as masculine and feminine, while also transcending gender. Neo-Pagans see divinity as changing or evolving, as part of a process that is itself divine, sometimes symbolized by a circle or a spiral.