The primordial Gods, (also known as Protogens or primordial Beings), are the first race of immortal beings and deities that came into existence, and because of their virtually absolute powers as well as a superior role in all creation they act as the "Gods of gods "- hence the name. Unlike the other gods that emerged later, the great gods are essentially conscious aspects of the universe itself and therefore cannot be truly destroyed.
The Ancient Gods are directly or indirectly responsible for the chain events that have occurred throughout existence and the omniverse. They are all singularities of the multiverse, which means that there are no counterparts in any multiverse or universe.
History[edit | edit source]
At the beginning of existence, all the matter in the cosmos that dominated shapeless reality spread in the form of a misty galaxy called Chaos, the first Great God to emerge. Later, after the Big Bang occurred giving rise to the universe, he created the first planes of existence to which they developed their own consciousness: the Sky (Uranus), the Earth (Gaia), the Seas (Points), the Primordial Hell (Tartarus), the Love (Eros) and Darkness (Erebo). Time (Chronos) like other primordial gods arose at the beginning of creation, it isolated itself from its peers and remained confined to its own domains.
Characteristics[edit | edit source]
Because they are living consciences of their own plans of existence, the great gods were originally amorphous beings, that is, they have no physical form. However, they all seem to be able to manifest themselves in physical form to interact with lesser beings, as seen with Gaia, Uranus and Pontos. Chronos even manifested itself in the form of a classic hourglass, which suggests that they can take the shape they want.
Notably, unlike the other species of gods whose deaths cause an occurrence that can placate or even completely destroy their domain, when the primordial gods die, their deaths do not affect their domain of control, only their physical form is faded.
Primordial Gods[edit | edit source]
Greco-Roman Primordial Gods
- Chaos: The Void / Nothing. Primordial God of Disorder and Confusion. Said to be the first conductor of the Cosmos and creator of all life.
- Chronos: primordial God of Time and Eternity.
- Gaia: Primordial Goddess of Earth and Nature, Mother Goddess of Life and first queen of the universe.
- Uranus: Primordial God of Heaven, the first king of the universe; Destroyed and banished from existence by Cronos.
- Points: primordial God of the Seas, the "black waters from which all life arose".
- Tartarus: Primordial God of Primordial Hell.
- Erebus: primordial God of Darkness.
- Eros: primordial God of Love.
Primordial Egyptian Gods[edit | edit source]
- Ra: Ra is the primordial God of the Sun and the creator of Duat.
- Aton: God of Creation and the Supreme God adored in Athenism for a long time.
Nordic Primordial God[edit | edit source]
- Ymir: Nordic Giant of Chaos. also known as Aurgelmir, Brimir or Bláinn, is the Progenitor God of the Nordic Pantheon. He was killed by Odin, Vili and Ve long before the series started.
Primordial Hindu Gods[edit | edit source]
- Brahma: One of the Trimurti and the Vedic God of Creation.
- Shiva: One of the Trimurti and the Vedic God of Destruction. He is the Supreme Deity of Shaivism.
- Harihara: is the fused representation of Vishnu and Shiva.
- Vishnu: One of the Trimurti and the Vedic God of Preservation. He is the Supreme Deity worshiped in Vaisnavism.
- Parvati: Elder god of Hinduism and the Vedic goddess of love, beauty, fertility and divine power. She is a member of Tridevi and the Supreme Deity worshiped in Shaktism. Its alternative name is Adi Parashakti. She is a member of Tridevi, which consists of her, Sarasvati and Lakshmi.
Primordial Shinto Gods[edit | edit source]
- Amatsu-Mikaboshi: Progenitor of the Shinto Pantheon and primordial Goddess of Void and Darkness.
- Amenominakanushi: One of the Kotoamatsukami and the primordial Goddess of Creation.
Abrahamic Primordial God[edit | edit source]
- Yahweh: God, also known as Allah, and the supreme god of the three great Abrahamic religions and considered by humans to be the god of Creation.
Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]
Physiology of the primordial entity: The primordial gods maintain the highest level of almost omnipotence than any existing entity. They can practically do what they imagine without limits, although there is only one or more that prevent them from acting. Only among themselves can they cause an exponential amount of damage or beings of a certain nature against which the Primordials are vulnerable.
Intermediate level omnipotence: Each of the primordial gods keeps omnipotence high at the highest levels and can do anything they imagine, such as creating multiple universes without getting tired. They are almost infinite in power and can only be harmed by their peers or exceptionally powerful beings, whose nature is opposite to theirs, albeit to a much more limited degree.
- Mastery over Destruction and Creation: The primordial gods can create anything they wanted from nothing based on the material and energetic manipulations of reality. therefore being able to create whatever they want, to the point that some of them, like God and Harihara, declare themselves as progenitors of both life and everything that exists. In this way, they were able to create reality, the entire universe and all the life that exists in it. Nevertheless, they have destructive capabilities on a scale capable of terrifying even their peers, some of whom may actually kill immortals and wipe out their souls from existence, something that all Gods are unable to accomplish without using an external catalyst.
Warping reality: Like the most powerful beings in the universe, the primordial gods can affect reality on a completely different level, unlike anything the world has ever seen, destroying everything they want and remaking it as they prefer.
Omniscience: The primordial gods have almost omniscience at the highest levels; they have the apparent knowledge and wisdom of everything in the universe. They, too, are supposed to be able to infinitely increase their knowledge. However, they are not entirely omniscient, so they can be surprised or caught off guard. The primordial gods can also be deceived or manipulated and, unconsciously, have their actions directed by their peers.
Immortality: Being conscious aspects of their own plans of existence, all primordial beings are incapable of really dying, so they have the potential to live for eternity, even with the combined power of an entire universe being unable to affect them. Now to kill them and something completely different because they are living consciences of their own plans of existence. It is speculated that only other Primordial Deities can be harmed. In fact, even if primordial beings have their consciousness permanently destroyed, their domains will not be affected, since they are personifications of nature and the universe.
- Almost invulnerability: Being an existence with the power of infinity, the durability of primordial beings is limited to a point of almost absolute invulnerability. Only a primordial entity of tremendous power can temporarily weaken and retard another primordial one, although he or she still recovers quickly. So far, the only beings who can harm them are their peers.
Extrasensory Domain: The great gods, but not all, seem to have an almost unlimited amount of control over general mental powers, including levitation, teleportation, telepathy and psychokinesis.
Domain over Life and Death: Being entities that arose at the dawn of creation, the great gods presumably have full authority over life and death.
Dimensional and Space-Time Domain: Certain great deities have shown the power to tear space-time where they want it and expand it to the size they want. However, they are also able to travel great distances quickly through their dimensional slits. Chronos himself could send people to other times through his dimensional cracks.
Weaknesses[edit | edit source]
Although the Great Gods are extremely powerful to the point that they are almost impossible to defeat, they can still be incapacitated or sealed.
Trapping, Killing or Banishment[edit | edit source]
- The Gods: Although the primordial gods are extremely powerful, they can still be subdued if they are to fight alone against many gods, and can be defeated or sealed.
- Divine magic: Extremely powerful divine magic can be used to affect the Great Gods if they are weakened, sealing or tying them in dimensions.
- Divine Artifacts: Extremely powerful divine weapons created by the primordial gods can harm and destroy an primordial, but not its concept.
- Megas Drepanon: The most powerful weapon in existence, created by Gaia when her husband became a tyrant. According to the edge count, he can kill any mortal or immortal being and does not matter the position or lineage. It is made specifically to kill and reap all existence.
- Primordial Entity with Assistance: When two Primordial Entities fight, neither of them can get tired or overwhelm and fight continuously for ever. To break the deadlock, Gaia and her eldest sons, the Titans fought Uranus to break the deadlock, but even 8 Titans hardly broke the deadlock, the deadlock was slightly broken when he was tricked, barely giving Cronos enough time to kill his dad.