The person sitting on your left on the subway might believe that an unseen all-knowing white male is in control of the universe. The person sitting to your right might believe in a vague ethereal interconnectedness in the universe that explains improbable events. The person directly across from you might claim to believe only in science, but they play a lucky lottery number. What all of these have in common is that they believe there is something supernatural in the universe, though they differ greatly in the extent to which they assign concepts to the supernatural.
I no longer sense anything supernatural in my experience. After years of education and experience I have learned the psychology behind a number of phenomena that might seem supernatural. And I’ve studied science in college and in a lifetime of reading with a discerning eye for truthfulness – thank you A. J. Ayer! But I also get that there are people who don’t get physics and psychology like I do, and I cannot fault them for ascribing agency to random events, or to physical phenomena that they have not studied. So I’m comfortable with other people claiming to perceive something supernatural. As for them ascribing concepts to something they clearly see as inexplicable, that’s another matter.