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« Reply #14: October 16, 2007, 01:13:02 pm »


Yes, I meant modern technology.  Communication would still be communication you are right. 

I really don't know if the Gods are growing along with us and incorporating new inventions ( there a god of invention? Lightbulb just turned on) or if their children are coming up with new things? Kind of along the lines of what Antonia said earlier about Gods having children.


I can see some inventions and advancements really being the product of certain gods. But I do think there are some new things that just don't fit well with a singular older deity. Seems to me some have maybe mated or worked together on a creation? Is a computer really the domain of a communication, math or entertainment god? or something unto itself?   I don't know.

All I do know is that the creator deities never stop creating.

I agree. I suppose when I say modern technology, I'm more often than not referring more to machinery, like cars, computers, arcades, street lights, etc. And I'm not saying that one god replaces another, its just that.. they kind of help out in a way. If that makes any sense.

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