Faith in Buddhism does not rely on belief in anything supernatural, the benefits of Dhamma practice can be seen within ordinary daily life. Within the Buddhist community, especially in Asia, supernatural experiences are, however, not uncommon. These experiences are often shared, two people simultaneously seeing the same deva, for example – there is definitely something that needs explaining.
I believe there are ways of understanding such experiences that do not conflict with science. Supernatural beings can be seen as existing only in the mind, as aspects of some kind of collective consciousness. This requires that we broaden our view of the mind. Our day-to-day understanding of material science may also come under review as a consequence, including the findings of quantum physics, perhaps.
I offer this for your reflection