Well, surely what they call a god exists, But why exactly do they call them "Gods" or "Father"?
Many beliefs and cultures believe in different gods, For example the sky god Horus, one of the few I remembered but still, In my opinion the only
thing that regularly made everything is negative and positive and light and darkness and how everything is formed is made up of the dimensions but how
We can't be sure of religion considering how each story is and all and how long ago all of this is taking place in most people belief of religion,
but what ticks me off about this is the people who are against eachother because one side of the story is different and don't really look at the
facts hard enough.
Now why exactly are they called Father, I don't think many people have figured that?
Sorry for getting a little off topic from where I started but there are sky gods, Thunder Gods and many others as said, where do all of them come
I'm not sure but I thought I heard somewhere in History that people have simply mistaken regular people for gods before.
Now, as said some of these gods were good people or whatever they were probably were as said but there's obviously some missing pieces in which I
believe some are hidden from us but likely that they're normally kept secret to regular people for good reason.
Now I believe that there is a bridge between the living and the dead here cause if they were normal they would have died physically already.
Unless they did something and temporarily left like Elvis Presley, lol, I'm just kidding but yeah.
The replies i've seen since my last post here have gotten me wondering about astrology now and how it effects lives there are gods specifically
titled for the planets, Has anyone wondered exactly how they got there names or their place around us?
It's rumored that such beings exist like alien gods,like war gods, etc.
They say some are still here on earth also known as Tiamat and Gaia.
Some people say that Nibiru is planet x and so on...
Indians were said to be able to do rain dances and such, that familiarly goes against the forces of nature you'd think.