#101 Posted by deadspider (10 posts) - - Show Bio

odin fights a lot more than zeus(not in the comics, the real mythology), he is known to be a war chief, odin would win

#102 Posted by donkrieg76543 (697 posts) - - Show Bio

Zeus he can use thunderbolts and his godly powers to win a battle

#103 Posted by deadspider (10 posts) - - Show Bio

and u think odin doesnt have any godly powers?

#104 Posted by deadspider (10 posts) - - Show Bio

by the way, it says who is stronger, not who would win. Even so, odin is still stronger

#105 Posted by Legendary Bio Vishanti (3420 posts) - - Show Bio

deadspider says:

"by the way, it says who is stronger, not who would win. Even so, odin is still stronger"

No he isn't. Zeus can lift well over Odin's strenght limit.

#106 Posted by warlock360 (28180 posts) - - Show Bio

Zeus

#107 Posted by Sinistron (110 posts) - - Show Bio

they are the same in different theologys thats like asking who wins satan or loki or loki vs hades its the same  coin but imma read up on both characters mythologies

#108 Posted by darth_fletcher (248 posts) - - Show Bio

im pretty sure in mythology Zeus is the strongest god but in marvel i think they have odin as the stronger.

 

#109 Posted by StrongestOneThereIs (7064 posts) - - Show Bio

It was always stated by Marvel that their power rivals one another. Most feel that Odin is stronger cause we se more of his feats. During the first meeting and battle between Asgard and Olympus, they fought to a stand still. If one was stronger than the other, wouldn't that gave them an advantage?

#110 Posted by sevennames27 (1589 posts) - - Show Bio

Powers

Zeus possesses the conventional superhuman attributes of an Olympian god. However, as ruler of the Olympian gods, many of these abilities are vastly superior to those possessed by the vast majority of his race.

Zeus

Superhuman Strength: Like all Olympians, Zeus is superhumanly strong. His strength is far superior to the vast majority of his race and he is capable of lifting about 90 tons without supplementing his strength with his other powers.
He is one of the physically strongest of the Olympians. His strength is surpassed only by
Herculeswho is the strongest of all the Olympians.

Superhuman Speed: Zeus is capable of running and moving at speeds much greater than even the finest human athlete.

Superhuman Stamina: Zeus' highly advanced physiology generates almost no fatigue toxins during physical activity. As a result, he possesses almost limitless superhuman stamina. His stamina is matched among the Olympians only by his brothers Pluto and Neptune and his sons Ares, Hercules, and Hermes.

Superhumanly Dense Tissue: All of Zeus' bodily tissues have 3 times the density of the bodily tissues of a human being. This contributes, somewhat, to Zeus' superhuman strength and weight.

Superhuman Durability: Zeus' body is highly resistant to all forms of physical injury, far more so than the vast majority of his race. He is capable of withstanding great impact forces, exposure to temperature and pressure extremes, and powerful energy blasts without sustaining injury. His resistance to injury among the Olympians is matched only by Pluto.

Regenerative Healing Factor: Like all Olympians, if injured, Zeus is capable of healing himself with superhuman speeds and efficiency. He is even capable of regenerating missing limbs or organs if necessary. Among the Olympians, his healing powers are equaled only by those of his brother Pluto.

Immortality: Like all other Olympians, Zeus is functionally immortal. He is immune to the effects of aging and has not aged since reaching adulthood. Zeus is also immune to all known Earthly diseases and infections.

Energy Manipulation: Zeus possesses vast energy powers of an unknown nature, which surpass the energy wielding powers of any other Olympian god. Magical in their apparent form and function, these powers can be employed for numerous purposes. Zeus's ability to generate tremendous amounts of electrical energy and to project them from his hands in the form of lightning bolts has become his trademark. Zeus can generate and manipulate other forms of energy as well. Only a small number of the ways in which Zeus can utilize his superhuman abilities are as yet known. Among these are the augmentation of physical strength and endurance and the enchantment of living beings or of objects. Zeus can create interdimensional apertures through which he can transport himself and even the entire Olympian army. He can project his image, voice, and energy bolts from the Olympian dimension into that of Earth. Zeus can change his shape into that of other humanoid beings (as when he impersonated Amphitryon, the husband of Hercules' mother Alcmena), of animals, or even of objects.

Precognition: Zeus also has limited precognitive abilities, and in ancient times was the patron of an oracle at , through which he delivered, prophesies. These abilities enabled Zeus, at the time of the Trojan War, to "remember" the Asgard-Olympus war which occurred centuries afterwards.

Powers

Odin possessed all the conventional attributes of an Asgardian. However, as the ruler of the Asgardians, many of these attributes were considerably greater than those possessed by the majority of his race.

Superhuman Strength: Odin possessed superhuman strength sufficient to lift about 60 tons without supplementing his strength with his other powers, in comparison with the 30 tons the average Asgardian male could press.

Superhuman Speed: Odin, despite his age, was capable of running and moving at speeds greater than even the finest human athlete.

Superhuman Stamina: Odin's musculature produced considerably less fatigue toxins during physical activity than the musculature of a human. As a result, he possessed superhuman stamina in all physical activities. He could exert himself at peak capacity for about 24 hours before fatigue began to impair him at the time of his death.

Superhumanly Dense Tissue: Odin's skin, muscle, and bone tissues were about 3 times as dense as those of a human. This contributed, somewhat, to Odin's superhuman strength and weight.

Superhuman Durability: Odin's body was considerably more resistant to physical injury than the body of a human being, or even most other Asgardians for that matter. Odin's body was capable of withstanding great impact forces, exposure to temperature and pressure extremes, falls from great heights, and powerful energy blasts without sustaining injury.

Regenerative Healing Factor: It was possible to injure Odin, but he recovered from physical injury with superhuman levels of speed and efficiency, like all Asgardians. Odin was capable of regenerating massive tissue damage or loss to a degree far beyond that of most other Asgardians, even of being able to regenerate missing limbs and organs.

Extended Longevity: Odin, like all Asgardians, was extremely long-lived, although not truly immortal as some other god pantheons. However, Odin still aged at a pace much slower than human beings. He was also immune to all known Earthly diseases and infections.

Odinforce: Odin was capable of manipulating vast amounts of magical energy, referred to as the Odin Power, or the Odin Force, for a number of purposes. With this power, Odin was capable of feats such as transporting the entire human race to an alternate dimension, casting foes into deep space with a thought, projecting force blasts, erecting highly durable force fields altering size, endowing people or objects with powers, and compressing the population of an entire planet into a single being, namely Mangog. Odin was highly skilled in the use of his powers during combat situations, and was able to casually knock around the Silver Surfer and Thanos simultaneously and even put the Silver Surfer down in one simple blast when he got annoyed as he kept asking them to stand down but they kept attacking to no avail, as they're attacks could not even phase Odin. He has taken away a soul from the demonic entity Mephisto; Odin's power is also said to surpass Mephisto's, as Dormammu was considered the former demon's superior and claimed his own magic rivaled that of Odin's and Zeus's. Odin's full power is thus considered equal to that of Zeus, Dormammu, and most every other deity of Earth not of the Elder Gods, such as Vishnu. Odin's power was so vast, that when a part of Odin, his dark side called Infinity went rogue, it was so large that it could crush planets in its grip as if they were pebbles, his mere limbs stretched as far as galaxies, Infinity was tearing away at the very fabric of the Universe, and if left unchecked would have ended all life and crushed the very Universe. Odin's battle with Infinity destroyed entire galaxies and countless worlds. When awoken from his trance by Thor, Odin swiftly got rid of Infinity and with one simple act was powerful enough to restore all the damage Infinity had caused across the Universe in moments. Odin was able to quickly overpower Annihilus (a virtually immortal being wielding a Cosmic Control Rod rendering him powerful enough to nearly eliminate the entire known universe) when the latter attempted to seize Asgard when its dimension intersected with that of the Negative Zone, after both Thor and the other Asgardians had failed in combat, and is capable of destroying entire galaxies. Odin is also capable of placing multiple permanent enchantments on items, as he did for Mjolnir, lasting until he himself cancels them or they are overpowered by a superior enchantment. Odin was so powerful that even while severely weakened, in his fight with Seth, which was waged on every plane of existence simultaneously, the energy released from their battle was so powerful it shattered countless entire galaxies, reignited dying suns, and shook the very fabric of the Multiverse.

In battle Odin often carries the magical spear Gungnir ("The Spear of Heaven"), an artifact made of the mystical metal uru, that he uses to channel his personal energies, though possessing no abilities of its own; and the power scepter Thrudstok, a small mace. Odin also bears Draupnir (the "Odinring") as a symbol of supremacy, though its specific properties are as of yet unknown. He can manipulate energy for various effects, including projection of concussive force, creation of force shields, levitation, molecular manipulation of matter, matter-energy conversion, illusion-casting, and inter-dimensional teleportation. Odin, however, is not totally self-sufficient. Odin commands the life energies of the entire Asgardian race, and can absorb any and all of their life energies into his person at will, even to the point of restoring life to a dying Asgardian. While possessing power that is inherent opposed to the need for outward sustenance Odin must once a year undertake the Sleep of Life, also known as the Odinsleep - a state of deep sleep lasting for one 24-hour day to keep his powers from waning. During this time Odin is guarded closely as he is vulnerable.

Odin is also a master tactician and schemer. In addition to feats such as preventing Ragnarok, it has been revealed that Odin was planning for the arrival of the Celestial Fourth Host for centuries. Odin's wisdom was such that he was able to ultimately thwart the eternal cycle of Rangnorak forever by sending Thor to Midgard as part of his secret plan to destroy the Asgardian cosmic entities known as Those Who Sit Above in Shadow. Even after Odin had perished fighting Surtur, his plan for his son succeeded and set all of Asgard free.

Odin occasionally travels using the enchanted ship Skipbladnir, which had several mystical properties in its sails and oars, such as enabling Odin to navigate the "sea of space." The ship can be mystically shrunk to the size of a fist. Odin also rides the eight-legged steed Sleipnir, who can fly through the air at incalculable speeds.

Abilities

God of Wisdom: Vast knowledge of ancient and arcane wisdom, considered to be his most powerful weapon.

Master Combatant: Odin was a formidable hand to hand combatant

Master Tactician: His thousands of years of experience resulted in him becoming a master tactician.

Asgardian Mystical Combatant: Odin was also extremely adept at wielding his vast energy powers during combat situations. Odin was extremely skilled at using Asgardian magic, surpassing even that of Karnilla or the Enchanters, as well as the Sorcerer Supreme, weapons, and items.

Strength level

Capable of lifting 60 tons and augmenting this strength even further through magic

#111 Posted by llagrok (694 posts) - - Show Bio

Zeus has been beaten by Hercules, killed by Mikaboshi, harmed by arrows and spears.....

#112 Posted by young ghost (216 posts) - - Show Bio
@aztek the lost said:
"

crazy spidey says:

"ZEUS, hes greek"

what's that supposed to mean the Norse were far stronger than the Greeks

"

noooooooooooooooo they werent i kno this is old but i waz just saying
#113 Posted by Hulkstrongerthan1 (1231 posts) - - Show Bio
@lordraiden said:
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Zeus is well under odin! thor himself stalemated zues for a time! odin is a reality manipulator! Zeus is not in odins league! Odin 100% Odin>zeus, thor>Zeus,Herc and ares!

"
this is 100% wrong. zeus is reality manipulater too and when thor stalemate him ,zeus was holding back because he didnt want to kill him there about the same in power
#114 Edited by ryanwh (370 posts) - - Show Bio

The Norse were a warrior race, they have like 6 gods of war, Odin became the leader by fighting his way there. Everything revolves around fighting in the lore. In what world does Zeus stand a chance? Unless he steps slightly to Odin's left. 
Most days of the week are named after Norse gods for a reason.

#115 Posted by capall (8206 posts) - - Show Bio

zeus
#116 Posted by Hulkstrongerthan1 (1231 posts) - - Show Bio
@ryanwh said:
" The Norse were a warrior race, they have like 6 gods of war, Odin became the leader by fighting his way there. Everything revolves around fighting in the lore. In what world does Zeus stand a chance? Unless he steps slightly to Odin's left. "
because zeus is just as powerful
#117 Posted by ryanwh (370 posts) - - Show Bio

Experience counts for something. Experience can take out something doubly strong that's inexperienced.

#118 Posted by capall (8206 posts) - - Show Bio
@ryanwh said:
"Experience counts for something. Experience can take out something doubly strong that's inexperienced. "

only if used intelligently
#119 Posted by Psyron (1515 posts) - - Show Bio

Neither of them are the strongest skyfather, but i lean on Odin due to his Gunghnir

#120 Posted by AtPhantom (14434 posts) - - Show Bio
@ryanwh said:
" The Norse were a warrior race, they have like 6 gods of war, Odin became the leader by fighting his way there. Everything revolves around fighting in the lore. In what world does Zeus stand a chance? Unless he steps slightly to Odin's left. Most days of the week are named after Norse gods for a reason. "
I get the feeling people who post these things never read a Greek myth in their lives. Tell me, how did Zeus become the king of gods? Oh yeah, by war. Now enough of that.
 
In the Marvel universe it is commonly accepted that Odin is a shade more powerful than Zeus. Zeus is stronger physically, but in their overall power this means little.
#121 Posted by High Revolutionary (3208 posts) - - Show Bio

Odin for sure

#122 Edited by ryanwh (370 posts) - - Show Bio

He became King by cutting open his father and freeing his siblings. The war involved all of the gods vanquishing the Titans, not Zeus alone. 
The more you know *ding dong dong diiiiiing*

#123 Posted by AtPhantom (14434 posts) - - Show Bio

So an all out war makes him somehow less deserving than single combat? Right. 
 
You (and not just you, a lot of people) make it sound like Zeus never threw a punch in his life. Like he never engaged Giants in battle, like he never fought Porphyrion or vanquished Typhon, like he was not the bearer of aegis the terror shield, or like one of his symbols was not a two headed axe. There are plenty of warrior elements in Zeus, and I really don't see why so many people have the need to pick Odin just "because he's the God of war, HURR!!!!"

#124 Posted by capall (8206 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:
"So an all out war makes him somehow less deserving than single combat? Right.   You (and not just you, a lot of people) make it sound like Zeus never threw a punch in his life. Like he never engaged Giants in battle, like he never fought Porphyrion or vanquished Typhon, like he was not the bearer of aegis the terror shield, or like one of his symbols was not a two headed axe. There are plenty of warrior elements in Zeus, and I really don't see why so many people have the need to pick Odin just "because he's the God of war, HURR!!!!" "

i so agree with this
#125 Posted by Kastiel (8840 posts) - - Show Bio

Zeus, especially if it's non-comic wise.

#126 Posted by Hulkstrongerthan1 (1231 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:
" @ryanwh said:
" The Norse were a warrior race, they have like 6 gods of war, Odin became the leader by fighting his way there. Everything revolves around fighting in the lore. In what world does Zeus stand a chance? Unless he steps slightly to Odin's left. Most days of the week are named after Norse gods for a reason. "
I get the feeling people who post these things never read a Greek myth in their lives. Tell me, how did Zeus become the king of gods? Oh yeah, by war. Now enough of that.  In the Marvel universe it is commonly accepted that Odin is a shade more powerful than Zeus. Zeus is stronger physically, but in their overall power this means little. "
as far as im concern the olympions are also a warrior race.
 
they even have a god of war(Ares)
they fought the titans (both earth and moon titans) 
they fought the japanese gods
so they are warriors
#127 Posted by Hulkstrongerthan1 (1231 posts) - - Show Bio

Zeus with "Zeus Force" 
 
would curstomp Odin
#128 Posted by StrongestOneThereIs (7064 posts) - - Show Bio
@High Revolutionary said:
" Odin for sure "
@Hulkstrongerthan1 said:
" Zeus with "Zeus Force"  would curstomp Odin "
It is said on official sources that their power rival one another.
Though Zeus has never been seen to do the things that Odin has done.
But that could be because Odin is used more because of Thor being a mainstream character.
#129 Posted by Hulkstrongerthan1 (1231 posts) - - Show Bio

but if zeus uses that force that odin use he is greater than odin.

#130 Posted by superodinhulkhamehablast (62 posts) - - Show Bio

greeks-atlas held up a world 
norse-odin had his two birds that made him all knowing 
so whichever strength you choose that ones the stronger one

#131 Posted by AtPhantom (14434 posts) - - Show Bio
@superodinhulkhamehablast said:
" greeks-atlas held up a world  norse-odin had his two birds that made him all knowing  so whichever strength you choose that ones the stronger one "
That.........makes no sense.
#132 Edited by superodinhulkhamehablast (62 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:

" @superodinhulkhamehablast said:

" greeks-atlas held up a world  norse-odin had his two birds that made him all knowing  so whichever strength you choose that ones the stronger one "
That.........makes no sense. "
yeah either your godly power preference is strength or knowledge
just like spiderman or hulk strength or speed its simple really
 
edit: btw im talking about original mythos not marvel and using atlas was an example of what to expect in the greek god universe
#133 Posted by AtPhantom (14434 posts) - - Show Bio
@superodinhulkhamehablast said:
" yeah either your godly power preference is strength or knowledge just like spiderman or hulk strength or speed its simple really  edit: btw im talking about original mythos not marvel and using atlas was an example of what to expect in the greek god universe "
It still makes no sense. 
1. the Norse Gods were extremely powerful. Thor caused tides from drinking from the ocean. Loki caused earthquakes by twisting under the ground. And Odin was the most powerful of them all. To say omniscience was his greatest attribute is silly. 
2. The Greek Gods were quite omniscient. Cronus was capable of observing anything in the entire universe, and Zeus inherited this ability when took up the throne of the Gods. Helios was also omniscient, being capable seeing even into the underworld and observing everything every hour every day. They were capable of peering into the future just as the norse.
3. Atlas is not even in this fight and him holding up the sky has no merit on the thread, since the Greek Gods have demonstrated a plethora of other powers he doesn't have. And as I said just now, he held p the sky, not the world.
4. This is not myth, this is Marvel U, and in Marvel U, Odin beats Zeus.
#134 Posted by superodinhulkhamehablast (62 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:
" @superodinhulkhamehablast said:
" yeah either your godly power preference is strength or knowledge just like spiderman or hulk strength or speed its simple really  edit: btw im talking about original mythos not marvel and using atlas was an example of what to expect in the greek god universe "
It still makes no sense.  1. the Norse Gods were extremely powerful. Thor caused tides from drinking from the ocean. Loki caused earthquakes by twisting under the ground. And Odin was the most powerful of them all. To say omniscience was his greatest attribute is silly.  2. The Greek Gods were quite omniscient. Cronus was capable of observing anything in the entire universe, and Zeus inherited this ability when took up the throne of the Gods. Helios was also omniscient, being capable seeing even into the underworld and observing everything every hour every day. They were capable of peering into the future just as the norse. 3. Atlas is not even in this fight and him holding up the sky has no merit on the thread, since the Greek Gods have demonstrated a plethora of other powers he doesn't have. And as I said just now, he held p the sky, not the world. 4. This is not myth, this is Marvel U, and in Marvel U, Odin beats Zeus. "
yeah what i said was a basic explanation cause i dont feel like typing all that and i have no mouse 
what my basic point was is that its whoever you want its your preference which ever you find more interesting 
and by stating feats in mythos it looks like i pushed the right button idk who you are trying to prove wrong i chose the basic route you just explained it more 
want a cookie?
#135 Posted by "Colossus" (4755 posts) - - Show Bio

 Let me explain something people dont know.
Greek Gods as seen in pictures is not their real form, they can take any form they please. and in mythology they are actually pure energy omniscient beings in the universe Zeus became lightning
Hades became hell. Poseiden became water ETC Its hard to explain it but their kind of like entities like Eternity/infinity/death which has no real body just a representation

along with the fact that they cannot truly die

#136 Posted by Lance Uppercut (23226 posts) - - Show Bio

So wait.... is this based off of comics or myth?

#137 Posted by RaDicalCannibal (985 posts) - - Show Bio
@kuchiku said:
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my fav norse gods is all the girls and i love enchantress in the dc universe

"
Screw both norse & greek gods!
 
AMERICAN GODS FTW!
#138 Posted by Lance Uppercut (23226 posts) - - Show Bio
@RaDicalCannibal said:
" @kuchiku said:
"

my fav norse gods is all the girls and i love enchantress in the dc universe

"
Screw both norse & greek gods!  AMERICAN GODS FTW! "
Steven Segal makes Zeus and Odin his b^%ches.
#139 Posted by "Colossus" (4755 posts) - - Show Bio
@Lance Uppercut said:
" So wait.... is this based off of comics or myth? "
If this is comics Odin wins
If this is Myth. this is like Toaa Vs Galactus
#140 Posted by RaDicalCannibal (985 posts) - - Show Bio
@Lance Uppercut said:
" @RaDicalCannibal said:
" @kuchiku said:
"

my fav norse gods is all the girls and i love enchantress in the dc universe

"
Screw both norse & greek gods!  AMERICAN GODS FTW! "
Steven Segal makes Zeus and Odin his b^%ches. "
Totally, not only that we can make up our own gods right here right now that totally dominates Zeus & Odin
 
 
hmmmm lets see, Im going to name the American god after my middle name Caztiel
 
Caztiel has the godly abilty TO OWN ALL OTHER GODS IN EVERY COUNTRY IMAGINBLE, he is unlimited
 
 
there ya go, American gods are the best
 
 
xD
#141 Posted by chaos-soul (1516 posts) - - Show Bio

odin becuz in greek myth zeus has his lightning made for him lol

#142 Posted by Fresh Prince (5276 posts) - - Show Bio

Comics-Odin, based on feats. Myth-Zeus.

#143 Posted by King Hercules (1253 posts) - - Show Bio

Odin may have a slight advantage in the magic manipulation.
#144 Posted by kagetaicho (1996 posts) - - Show Bio

Zeus is physically stronger but Odin is more powerful.

#145 Posted by AtPhantom (14434 posts) - - Show Bio
@"Colossus" said:
"  Let me explain something people dont know. Greek Gods as seen in pictures is not their real form, they can take any form they please. and in mythology they are actually pure energy omniscient beings in the universe Zeus became lightning Hades became hell. Poseiden became water ETC Its hard to explain it but their kind of like entities like Eternity/infinity/death which has no real body just a representationalong with the fact that they cannot truly die "
That makes no sense. The Greeks didn't have the concept of energy we have today. But letting go of that, it's still wrong. The Greek gods had complete control over their domain, but they were not their domain. Hades never turned into Hades and Zeus sure as hell never turned into lightning. They could change form, yes, but they still a single basic form which was their actual body, and it was human in appearance.
#146 Posted by "Colossus" (4755 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:
" @"Colossus" said:
"  Let me explain something people dont know. Greek Gods as seen in pictures is not their real form, they can take any form they please. and in mythology they are actually pure energy omniscient beings in the universe Zeus became lightning Hades became hell. Poseiden became water ETC Its hard to explain it but their kind of like entities like Eternity/infinity/death which has no real body just a representationalong with the fact that they cannot truly die "
That makes no sense. The Greeks didn't have the concept of energy we have today. But letting go of that, it's still wrong. The Greek gods had complete control over their domain, but they were not their domain. Hades never turned into Hades and Zeus sure as hell never turned into lightning. They could change form, yes, but they still a single basic form which was their actual body, and it was human in appearance. "
well i have been researching this and if you research it your self you will find that. i didnt make this up i can post the link to the website
#147 Posted by "Colossus" (4755 posts) - - Show Bio
@King Hercules said:
" Odin may have a slight advantage in the magic manipulation. "
only because Odin force comes from like 3 skyfathers but even with it he is just slightly more powerful than zeus.
If asgardians did not create the odin force than zeus would be more powerful than all of them
#148 Posted by AtPhantom (14434 posts) - - Show Bio
@"Colossus": I am a classical philologist, can speak both Latin and ancient Greek and have done extensive research in Greek and Latin mythology already. Please give me the link to that website.
#149 Posted by "Colossus" (4755 posts) - - Show Bio
@AtPhantom said:

" @"Colossus": I am a classical philologist, can speak both Latin and ancient Greek and have done extensive research in Greek and Latin mythology already. Please give me the link to that website. "

  "God Almighty and all atmans souls in the Cosmos are of the same nature. If a grain of wheat is an Atman than the whole mound of grain is Parmatman (God Almighty). Both are pure forms of energy and so potential that a normal human being cannot even visualize the structure of an Atman or Parmatman."
 
 
 http://www.vijaykumar.com/gods_and_goddesses.html
#150 Posted by AtPhantom (14434 posts) - - Show Bio

You're kidding me?
 
You have provided me with an interpretation of divine beings made by a modern age gury.... Everything he wrote there is just his view of how a God should look like, loosely based on Indian religion and mythology. It has absolutely nothing to do with how the Greeks imagined their Gods.