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The power to have celestial powers from a divine source. Variation of Nature Divinity. Power-source of all types of Celestial Deity Physiologies.

Also Called

  • Celestial Divine Source
  • Celestially Divine/Godlike/Holy Powers
  • The Power of Divine Celestial Beings

Capabilities

The user has the cosmic form of divinity and divine powers granting them an immense amount of raw power beyond the mundane, making the cosmic divinity users divine beings by nature, which is a status that can be obtained several ways. Users can gain this type of divinity by having a divine ancestry, being transformed into a divine either by another more powerful celestial divinity, a deity, higher being, by faith, channels, acts as a vessel for, the power/soul of a deity, to mimic/steal powers from a celestial divinity, or be enhanced/evolved to the point of godhood. However, at times users of the celestial divinity are weaker or stronger than deities depending on the type of divine being they are in question.

The level of this variant form of divinity is variable and unique by the user's nature, character of being, and species, thus weaker or stronger users of celestial divinity are ultimately reliant on the user alone or the being that made them.

Applications

Types of Divine Celestial Beings

Associations

Limitations

Known Users

Video Games

  • Arceus (Pokemon Series)
  • The Creation Trio (Pokemon Series)

Comics

  • Cosmic Beings/Supreme Comic Beings (Marvel Comics)
    • Abraxas
    • Adam Warlock
    • Aegis and Tenebrous
    • Amatsu-Mikaboshi
    • Asteroth
    • Beyonder
    • Captain Universe
    • Eternity
    • Galan/Galactus
    • Infinity
    • Living Tribunal
    • Oblivion
    • One Above all/Other Above all
    • Phoenix Force
    • The Celestials

Folklore/Mythology

  • God (Abrahamic Faiths)
  • Amun (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Atum (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Isis (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Nut (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Ptah (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Ra (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Sopdet (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Aion (Greek Mythology)
  • Ananke (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Chaos (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Chronos (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Helios/Sol (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Hecate/Trivia (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Hesperus/Vesper(Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Selene/Luna (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • The Moirai (Greco-Roman Mythology)
    • Atropos
    • Clotho
    • Lachesis
  • Caelus/Uranus (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Phosphorus (Greek Mythology)
  • Phanes/Eros the Elder (Greek/Persian Mythology)
  • Bramha (Hindu Mythology)
  • Shiva (Hindu Mythology)
  • Vishnu (Hindu Mythology)
  • Amaterasu (Japanese Mythology)
  • Lucifer (Luciferianism); Deity-like and worshipped
  • Astarte (Mesopotamian Mythology)
  • Ishtar/Inanna (Mesopotamian Mythology)
  • Sin/Nanna (Mesopotamian Mythology)
  • The Norns (Nordic Mythology)
  • Atarsamain (Pre-Islamic Mythology)
  • Svarog (Slavic Mythology)
  • The Zorya (Slavic Mythology)
    • Zorya Utrennyaya
    • Zorya Vechernyaya
  • Baphomet (Thelemic Mythology)
  • The Horned God (Wicca)
  • Triple Goddess (Wicca)
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