Gods (also known as deities) are powerful magical beings considered divine or sacred. A male deity is usually referred to as a god, while a female deity is usually referred to as a goddess.


Gods are immortal beings who control various forces of nature and human endeavors – usually dependent upon their divine portfolio and domain. These deities possess vast magical power and might likely be, as a collective, the most powerful forces in the universe.

Because of their power, gods are often the object of worship by mortals, and witches call upon them for many of their spells.

God Classification

By Hierarchy

Higher Gods

Higher gods are very powerful gods with high status. These gods are often worshiped and witches can invoke them to augment their spells. Some examples of these gods are:

  • Babalú-Ayé
  • The Moirai (Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos)
  • Thanatos
  • Zeus
  • Apollo
  • Leto
  • Theia
  • Mamitu 
  • Inanna
  • Anu

Lesser Gods

These gods have less power and live among mortals. Like low-level demons, their members can form entire species and it is possible that each type of lesser god descends from one or more higher gods. Some examples of these gods are:

Powers and Abilites

Gods are supreme magical beings and as such possess a vast amount of powers. The nature of these powers likely depends on the nature and portfolio of the godly being in question and their domain area.

Active Powers

  • Power Augmentation: The power of enhancing the magical abilites of oneself or others. Higher gods use this power to bless witches when they call upon them when casting spells.
  • Individual Powers: Each gods possess their own powers, which vary depending on their divine portfolio and domain.

Passive Powers

  • Immortality: The power to potentialy live an eternal lifespan. Gods are naturally immortals; the oldest of them already exist for thousands of years. However, they can be contained and killed through powerful enough methods.


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