The power to possess traits of or be a Heaven Deity. Variation of Transcendent Physiology and Afterlife Deity Physiology and Sky Deity Physiology. Not to be confused with just Heaven Lordship, or Sky Father PhysiologyBenevolent Deity Physiology or Monotheistic Deity Physiology. Opposite of Hell Deity Physiology.  

Also Called

  • Aether/Heavenly/Space Deity/God/Goddess Mimicry/Physiology 
  • Gods of Heaven, the Aether and of the Heavens (space)

Capabilities

A user with this ability either is or can transform into a Heaven Deity, a god/goddess who represents or is associated with heaven, the aether and the heavens which are also known as space. Heaven Deities were and still are common in mythology and considered very powerful among deities. Heaven as in the afterlife “heaven” has had many names depending on culture. The "Heavens" and Heaven have been thought of as in the same place in mythology with the goodly deceased spirits floating up into the skies and becoming stars in space. So this makes Heaven Deities both gods/goddesses of this afterlife known as "Heaven" and the celestial bodies above in space “the Heavens". This makes them the most powerful out of all of the afterlife deities because their sphere of powers goes beyond the heavenly afterlife and on to space.

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Known Users

Cartoons/Comics

  • Hera (Blood of Zeus)

Video Games

  • The Father (Doom Eternal)

Folklore/Mythologies

  • The Holy Trinity (Abrahamic Mythology
    • Father
    • Holy Ghost 
    • Son/Jesus 
  • Perëndi (Albanian Mythology) 
  • Jambhala (Buddhism/Hinduism)
  • Yudi/Jade Emperor (Chinese Mythology)
  • Nut (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Uranus/Caelus (Greco-Roman Mythology); the skies and the heavens (space)
  • Achamán (Guanches Mythology); The Celestial Vault
  • Aether (Greek Mythology); upper air and lights within the heavens. 
  • Amaterasu (Japanese Mythology); goddess of the universe and the heavens.  
  • Amenominakanushi (Japanese Mythology)
  • Marici (Japanese-Buddhist Mythology)
  • Baalshamin (Mesopotamian Mythology)
  • Inmar (Permic/Udmurt Mythology)
  • Daniel (Shemhamphorae)
  • Anu (Sumerian Mythology)
  • Olorun (Yoruba Mythology)
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