Definitions for "Gods"
deities who are worshipped or held in high regard.
Powerful, immortal, spiritual beings who command the lesser spirits and living creatures of the Earth and are worshipped by humanity with prayers, offerings, and the erection of temples and images.
Gods is a 1991 video game by The Bitmap Brothers where the player is cast as Hercules in his quest to achieve immortality. The game was first made for Amiga and Atari ST computers and then ported for various other platforms. Not unlike other Bitmap Brothers' games, Gods was highly praised by critics thanks to the quality graphics and music.
In RCT, supernatural beings having the attributes of consciousness and desire.
Several characters in many Marvel Comics stories have been referred to as gods. Generally, however, only those belonging to two specific types are considered to be the "true" gods. Note that none of these beings are divine in the commonly understood sense, but are rather simply powerful supernatural beings.
Various divine characters have appeared in DC comics publications over the years. This includes figures from actual mythologies and religions, as well as completely original ones.
The gods live alongside the human world and can be called on to help.
Most scholars think that Homer's post-Mycenaean audience did believe in the existence of the gods described in the Iliad, although they did not perhaps stand in very profound awe of them and were not terribly superstitious; on the one hand, the gods (especially Zeus) were believed to hold the power of determining an impersonal "fate" for humans, but, one the other, even Zeus himself was subject to, and struggled with, fate; S
Allegorical beings who showed how important Buddhism is by humbly seeking it.
Any Anthropomorphic Personification of an Idea. An aspect of the energy that motivates the universe.
"A belief that life, substance, and intelligence are both mental and material; a supposition of sentient physicality.
"Tearz" The gods is 5% terminology, but has also become street terminology to the point that he's not necessarily talking about other 5 Percenters