How to Become a God

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30 Nov 202320:47


TLDRExploring the intriguing concept of attaining godhood, this video delves into the various ways characters in fiction, and sometimes even real beliefs, achieve divine status. From the capital 'G' God with omnipotence and creation powers to the lowercase 'g' gods with more specific domains, the narrative traverses through examples like 'His Dark Materials', 'Homestuck', and 'Mistborn Trilogy', illustrating the diverse paths to godhood, including power acquisition, deification, and technological mastery. The discussion extends to the feasibility of such transformations in reality, suggesting education and mastery over technology as the closest parallels, with an endorsement of for broadening one's horizons.


  • 🔍 The script explores the concept of becoming a god, primarily in fictional contexts, acknowledging the difficulty and variety of interpretations in this idea.
  • 📖 It discusses various fictional examples where characters aspire to or achieve god-like status, drawing from sources like 'His Dark Materials' and the Mormon Church's theology.
  • 🤔 The script delves into the challenges of being a 'capital G God', highlighting the unique requirement of being the creator of a universe, a feat difficult even in fiction.
  • 🌌 It points out examples in fiction where characters create or rule their own universes, though they may not meet the traditional definition of omnipotence or omniscience.
  • 🛠️ The script mentions different mechanisms in fictional worlds for becoming a god, such as finding artifacts, undergoing a process, or receiving a deity’s sponsorship.
  • 📚 It explores the idea of 'deification', where individuals are revered as gods posthumously or through the belief of others, a concept rooted in both history and fiction.
  • 💡 Light Yagami from 'Death Note' is used as an example of someone who claims godhood based on the power to decide life and death, raising questions about what constitutes true godliness.
  • 👁️ The script references 'Bloodborne' to illustrate how gaining extraordinary knowledge or abilities can be perceived as ascending to godhood.
  • 🚀 It highlights how the perception of being god-like can arise from possessing significant power or knowledge, even if it doesn't align with traditional divine attributes.
  • 🎓 The script concludes by advocating for education and personal development as means to achieve greatness or mastery, akin to a metaphorical ascent to godliness.

Q & A

  • What is the main theme discussed in the transcript?

    -The main theme discussed is the concept of becoming a god, exploring various narratives from fiction and theology that tackle the idea of mortals ascending to divinity or being perceived as gods.

  • How does the series 'His Dark Materials' challenge the traditional concept of a god?

    -In 'His Dark Materials', the Authority is revealed not to be the omniscient, omnipotent creator of the universe, but the first angel who lied about creating the other angels, challenging the notion of a singular, all-powerful god.

  • What does the theology of the Mormon Church say about becoming a god?

    -Mormon theology suggests that especially devout adherents can become gods of their own worlds in the afterlife, and some believe that God himself was once a mortal who ascended to divinity.

  • What is the significance of the 'game' in 'Homestuck' for the characters' divine aspirations?

    -'Homestuck' features a game called Sburb that blurs reality with cyberspace, where the prize for winning is creating a new universe, essentially making the players gods of their own domains.

  • How do characters in the 'Forgotten Realms' universe achieve godhood?

    -In the 'Forgotten Realms', godhood can be achieved through the sponsorship of existing gods, who select particularly exceptional mortals for ascension, often after the mortals complete specific trials or fulfill certain criteria.

  • What role does the 'Well of Ascension' play in Brandon Sanderson's Mistborn Trilogy?

    -In the Mistborn Trilogy, the 'Well of Ascension' is a source of immense power that, when seized by a character, allows for the ascension to near-limitless power and effectively godhood.

  • How is deification different from literal ascension to godhood, as discussed in the transcript?

    -Deification, often achieved posthumously or through significant influence, involves being worshipped as a god without necessarily having supernatural powers, unlike literal ascension which involves gaining divine powers or creating a domain.

  • What does the anime 'Death Note' suggest about the concept of godhood?

    -'Death Note' explores the idea that the power to decide life and death, even if dependent on an external object like the death note, can elevate a person to a god-like status, challenging the boundaries of mortal power and divine authority.

  • What is the key to godhood in the video game 'Bloodborne'?

    -In 'Bloodborne', achieving godhood involves consuming three umbilical cords covered in eyes, symbolizing the acquisition of knowledge beyond human comprehension, leading to an ascension to a higher, god-like existence.

  • How does 'Star Trek: The Original Series' episode with Apollo address the concept of godhood?

    -The episode illustrates that godhood may be a matter of perspective, showing how Apollo, an alien with advanced powers, was worshipped as a god by the ancient Greeks, suggesting that advanced abilities or knowledge can lead to deification by less advanced societies.



🧐 Becoming a God: A Journey Through Fiction

The opening segment humorously questions the dissatisfaction with being mortal and introduces the concept of becoming a god, albeit recognizing the complexity and unlikelihood of achieving such a feat in reality. It leverages this premise to delve into various fictional narratives where characters aspire to or achieve godhood, suggesting that while the idea is a common trope in stories, it reflects humanity's fascination with transcending limitations. The mention of a previous video on killing a god humorously suggests that there might be a 'vacancy' for a new god, further playing on the theme of divine roles within fiction.


📚 Theoretical Divinity: From Fiction to Faith

This section explores the concept of becoming a god from different perspectives, including the unique theology within the Mormon Church which hints at the possibility of adherents becoming gods of their own worlds. It contrasts this with fictional examples, such as the complex narrative of 'Homestuck', where characters play a game that grants them godlike powers and the potential to create new universes. The discussion acknowledges the challenge in achieving omnipotence, even in fictional settings, and the rarity of characters fully embodying the 'capital G God' archetype, instead often operating as powerful beings with limitations.


🎮 Ascending to Godhood: Methods and Mechanisms

The narrative transitions into discussing various mechanisms through which characters in fiction ascend to godhood, highlighting stories from 'Baldur's Gate 3' and the 'Forgotten Realms' universe where mortals achieve divine status through sponsorship or quests. It contrasts these fantastical narratives with the concept of deification in reality and fiction, where individuals are worshipped as gods posthumously or through belief, suggesting that the path to godhood is multifaceted and can range from literal divine intervention to psychological manipulation and belief.


🔍 Understanding Godhood: Power, Knowledge, and Perception

This segment examines different facets of godhood, such as omnipotence and omniscience, through examples from 'Bloodborne', 'Star Trek', and the story of Adam and Eve, suggesting that god-like attributes can be achieved or mimicked through various means, including knowledge and perception. It discusses the fluidity of the concept of godhood, where the belief and acknowledgment by others can elevate someone to a god-like status, even without traditional divine powers. The section also touches on education and technology as modern pathways to gaining power and influence, hinting at the potential for personal growth and impact in the digital age.


👋 Conclusion: The Quest for Knowledge and Divinity

The conclusion reiterates the theme of aspiring towards godhood or superior knowledge through learning and self-improvement. It emphasizes the role of education, particularly in STEM fields, as a means to empower oneself and potentially achieve greatness or a form of 'godhood' in terms of mastery over technology and influence. The mention of serves as a call to action for viewers to pursue education and personal development as a path to achieving their highest potential, concluding the video with a motivational message.




Godhood refers to the state or condition of being a god, embodying divine attributes such as omnipotence, omniscience, and immortality. In the context of the video, the journey towards achieving godhood is explored through various fictional narratives and religious beliefs. For example, the video discusses stories where characters become gods or are deified, highlighting both the challenges and the unique paths individuals might take towards achieving such a status. This concept is central to the video's theme, which interrogates the human fascination with divinity and the desire to transcend mortal limitations.

💡Supernatural powers

Supernatural powers are abilities beyond the natural laws of physics, often attributed to deities, spirits, and some extraordinary humans in fiction and mythology. The video touches on this concept by exploring characters' desires to obtain supernatural abilities, seeing them as a means to achieve godhood or a god-like status. Examples include the manipulation of time, resurrection, and creation, demonstrating the allure these powers hold in human imagination as mechanisms for transcending human limitations.


Deification is the process by which a person is treated as a god, often after death but sometimes while still alive. The video delves into this concept by discussing historical instances and fictional stories where individuals are worshipped or revered as divine beings. It presents deification as a more attainable form of godhood, contrasting with the omnipotence associated with capital 'G' God, and illustrates it through the story of Kelsier in 'Mistborn,' who becomes a god to his followers through a planned deception.


Omnipotence means having unlimited power and the ability to do anything. In the video, omnipotence is discussed as a defining characteristic of a capital 'G' God, setting a high bar for what constitutes true godhood. The narrative explores stories where characters either aspire to this level of power or are revealed to possess it, such as in the example of the Lord Ruler in the 'Mistborn' series. The video questions whether any being within its fictional explorations can truly claim omnipotence, given the constraints and conditions often placed upon their power.


Ascension, in the context of the video, refers to the act of rising to a divine or god-like status, often through a transformative process or significant achievement. This concept is illustrated through various fictional examples, such as characters in 'Homestuck' who play a game leading them towards creating and ruling over new universes, thereby achieving godhood. Ascension is depicted as a pivotal moment of transcendence, underscoring the theme of surpassing human limits through extraordinary means.

💡Creator God

The Creator God is a deity responsible for the creation of the universe and everything within it, characterized by omniscience and omnipotence. The video contrasts this ultimate form of divinity with lower-case 'g' gods, noting the difficulty of attaining such a status due to the inherent requirement of having created a cosmos. Examples from fiction and theology, like the depiction of The Authority in 'His Dark Materials,' serve to illustrate the complexities and challenges associated with the role of a Creator God.


Worship involves showing reverence and adoration for a deity or deified individual. The video discusses how worship can empower gods, suggesting that the act of belief and worship can create or enhance a god's power. This concept is tied to the idea of deification and how figures like Light Yagami from 'Death Note' aspire to godhood by cultivating followers, underscoring the interplay between belief, worship, and the maintenance or attainment of divine status.


An artifact, in the context of the video, refers to an object imbued with the power to grant or enhance god-like abilities, often serving as a key to ascension or the achievement of supernatural powers. Artifacts act as tangible means through which characters in fiction can attain godhood. For instance, the Well of Ascension in the 'Mistborn' series is discussed as a source of immense power, enabling the Lord Ruler's rise to godhood, illustrating how such objects can be central to narratives about transcending mortality.

💡Divine Power

Divine power denotes the extraordinary abilities attributed to gods, such as creating life, controlling the elements, or shaping reality. The video explores various ways characters acquire or mimic divine power, whether through ascension, the use of artifacts, or the support of existing deities. Examples include the powers granted to characters in 'Homestuck' and the divine roles assumed in 'Forgotten Realms,' highlighting the diverse interpretations of what it means to wield such power.

💡Mortal Roots

Mortal roots refer to the origin of beings who, despite their eventual attainment of godhood or divine status, begin their existence as ordinary mortals. The video examines the transition from mortality to divinity, showcasing stories where characters undergo a transformation or ascend to a higher state of being. This concept is vital to understanding the video's exploration of the human desire for transcendence and the possibility of surpassing inherent limitations through extraordinary means.


Exploring the humorous idea of becoming a god and how fiction handles the concept.

Introduction to, emphasizing personalized education from home.

Discussion on the popular conception of a God in modern world and its representation in fiction.

The Authority in 'His Dark Materials' series as an example of a being pretending to be the Creator.

Exploration of stories where characters create their own universes, showing different interpretations of godhood.

Mormon theology as an example of humans ascending to godhood.

Homestuck's narrative on players ascending to godhood through gameplay.

The distinction between capital G God and lowercase g god, and the feasibility of the latter.

Examples of mortals ascending to godhood in various mythologies and stories.

Deification in reality and fiction, and the concept of gaining godhood through belief and worship.

Light Yagami's use of the Death Note to declare himself a god, and the nuances of what defines godliness.

The role of knowledge and the quest for godhood in 'Bloodborne'.

The story of Apollo in Star Trek and ancient gods' interactions with mortals.

Various methods of becoming a god mentioned in stories, from artifacts to divine sponsorship.

The practicality of 'faking it till you make it' in achieving godhood, and the importance of education in mastering technology.

Final recommendation to try for accessible, enjoyable learning.



are you tired of being mortal is your limited  perspective in space and time getting you down  


are you embarrassed by your lack of Supernatural  powers and devoted worshippers is there not a  


single Church in your name if this sounds like  you don't worry I have just the solution why not  


become a God okay admittedly that's a little  harder than I'm making it sound I don't think  


there's any actual way to just become a god  yourself but you humans sure do have a lot of  


interesting ideas about this in your fiction  and hey we already made a video about how to  


kill a God so if you are paying attention  there should be at least one vacancy so at  


least according to the stories you tell  where do you start how does one become a


[Music] god [Music] one of the best things in life  is learning which is probably why you're here to  


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be the most popular conception of a God in our  modern world is you know capital G God beginning  


and end of all things creator of the universe  omniscient omnipotent and Immortal Wikipedia  


defines the word God as meaning the Supreme Being  Creator and principal object of Faith you're  


probably familiar unsurprisingly a god like this  often show up in fiction too being all powerful  


and mysterious it's rare that characters become  a God of this sort though that would be kind of  


hard to do wouldn't it there's only one position  and it doesn't have a terribly High turnover rate  


rare for the end all be all One and Only God of  the cosmos to be replaced but there are stories  


where it happens in the series His Dark Materials  by Philip pman there's a Catholic church-like  


organization called the magisterium which worships  a Catholic faith likee God called The Authority  


the magisterium believes this being to be like  the abrahamic god of our world the omniscient  


omnipotent creator of the universe near the end of  the series as a war is waged against the authority  


the truth is revealed The Authority is not the  Creator but merely the first Angel after all the  


other angels came into being the authority lied  to them telling them that he had been the one who  


created them which led the world to worship him  as their creator eventually however the authority  


himself is usurped by a different Angel because  he isn't the omnipotent creator of the universe  


and that's something you can only fake for so long  this is actually a really great demonstration of  


the main problem with becoming the capital  G kind of God it's got a very difficult to  


replicate primary requirement you can't really be  the Creator God of the cosmos unless you first you  


know create one which a pretty tough feet even  in fiction anything less than complete control  


over a domain of your own making falls short of  the mold but there are some examples that come  


pretty close think of all those stories where some  mad scientist Engineers a tiny civilization of  


people microcosmic God by Theodore sturgeon this  episode of Rick and Morty that terrifying messed  


up sequence from Mark Twain Adventures where the  kids meet the mysterious stranger with the power  


to create and destroy life and what appears  at least to those life forms infinite power to  


manipulate this little reality these figures do  appear in some capacity like gods don't they at  


the very least they're playing God which is an  interesting Trope unto itself now that I think  


about it maybe there's a video in there somewhere  a little questionable whether they really should  


be considered gods but still interesting as one  of the more plausible ways to achieve this for  


a more direct example I'm going to step out of  bounds for a second here look I'm not necessarily  


trying to call it fiction but the Theology of the  Mormon Church contains an irresistibly unusual  


example of this in their scriptures if you pay  close attention you find that especially devout  


adherence to the faith are promised their own  worlds to rule over in the afterlife essentially  


becoming gods in their own right that itself is  already pretty unique but their really interesting  


exception to this hurdle of becoming an omnipotent  God we were talking about is uh maybe a bit more  


controversial within the church some Mormons  believe that God himself was once a human who  


ascended to Divinity the fifth President of the  church Lorenzo Snow summed up the belief with  


a Nifty little poem as man now is is God once  was as God now is man may be it seems that more  


recent Church presidents have backed away from  that assertion and it's now a less common belief  


but I still find it a fascinating idea a great  circumvention of the idea that there can only  


be one ultimate Creator God but like I said not  exactly trying to call this fiction per se from  


what I can see having multiple capital G Gods like  this isn't very common in fiction in fact off the  


top of my head I can only really conjure up one  instance Andrew hussy's massive sprawling and  


notoriously confusing webcomic Homestuck is at its  core about four 13-year-old internet friends on  


the path to essentially become Gods the story is  about the four of them playing a video game called  


spur that doesn't so much blur the line between  cyberspace and reality as it does completely  


destroy it the the prize for beating the game  a brand new universe for you and the friends  


you played the game with in fact looking at it  a certain way spur could be said to be something  


of a god training simulator once the players have  escaped the world-ending meteor shower triggered  


by starting up the game that destroys their real  life home planet presumably causing billions of  


casualties in the process don't worry about it  they're each given their own custom planet to  


Quest on complete with a population of Sapient but  dimwitted amphibian residents their own monster to  


defeat called a denisen a heroic mythological  role to embody that shapes their character Arc  


and themes their Quest and even a spiritual  guide customized with the personality of a  


corpse of their choice each of them has a literal  death bed hidden somewhere in their world called  


a quest bed which if the player dies on it will  resurrect them with thematic superpowers a special  


costume and near immortality after coming back  this way they can only only die if the universe  


judges their death to be either just or heroic to  beat the game they have to breed and hatch a frog  


that contains their new universe in its throat  pouch but not before they figure out how to use  


time travel and teleportation to ensure that they  themselves are born in the past because of course  


they've somehow been playing the game since before  they were born nothing is ever simple in Homestuck  


but that raises an interesting question because  who created the players original universes and  


were they once players in their own session of  spur like I said it's Homestuck so it's pretty  


confusing all I know is that I'd be a sear of art  okay so those are some examples of stories that  


kind of break this mold or get around the hurdle  they have multiple of these big Creator gods that  


are omnipotent and Rule their own Universe here's  the catch though even if they did create their own  


universes the Homestuck kids hardly qualify as  omnipotent or omniscient right and even if you  


are a very devout member of the Mormon church  and you do become the all powerful God of your  


own domain are you really all powerful isn't  there technically a God above you in that case  


who originally created you in a weird way these  examples both sort of tread the line between being  


a capital G God and a lowercase G1 and that's an  important distinction because becoming that type  


of God seems far more manageable we already gave  a definition for capital G God Wikipedia describes  


the lowercase G type as a spirit or being believed  to control some part of the universe or life and  


often worshiped for doing so this kind of God  is incredibly popular in fiction probably owing  


a lot to their fallibility and the fact that  there's more than one of them together both  


of those things allow for interesting character  your interactions in conflicts that wouldn't be  


possible in stories with just a boring perfect  capital G God and these Gods also frequently  


come from Mortal Roots somehow at some point they  ascended to godhood so to the point of this video  


how is that done if you've spent any time at all  playing the Smash Hit Video Game balers Gate 3  


you're probably very familiar with this loading  screen apparently the Dead 3 Bal Bane and mgle  


were once mortal men but ascended to godhood  Courtesy of the lord of the end of everything  


jural after a long and brutal Journey they  just wandered up to him and demanded to be  


gods and lucky for them he decided it was time to  retire and that might seem like a pretty singular  


experience but they're far from alone a lot of  the Gods of the Forgotten Realms started out  


as Mortals and in fact one of the main ways that  gods are created in this universe is by existing  


Gods sponsoring the Ascension of particularly  exceptional Mortals almost like some kind of  


divine Alcoholics Anonymous meeting for instance  mistra the goddess of magic sponsored azuth to  


become the god of the Arcane under her and later  sponsored Savas to become the god of divination  


you get the idea but what if you don't have a  patron deity who conveniently thinks you should  


be granted immortality and divine power well  luckily in such universes there's usually some  


sort of literal mechanism for this a process you  can follow an artifact you can activate a McGuffin  


of some kind that will grant you what you seek if  only you can find it in Brandon sanderson's first  


mistborn Trilogy the final Empire is suffering  under the brutal regime of the Lord ruler a  


Godlike being with near Limitless power later it's  revealed that he was once a simple pass Blackman  


who seized the power flowing from the mythical  well of Ascension which only the prophesied hero  


of Ages was supposed to do honestly a lot of  characters in misbourne wind up becoming Gods  


come to think of it and they usually follow a  model similar to this but interestingly I think  


the most famous example in Mporn is actually  of someone who isn't really a god at all just  


a human who conned a lot of people into thinking  he was the thief in Revolutionary Kelsey sets up  


a plan in the event of his death to trick everyone  into thinking that he's been resurrected his plot  


works and he ends up venerated as the god of a new  religion the Church of the Survivor this is called  


deification and unlike literal Ascension it's  actually quite achievable even in reality many  


ancient civilizations had a habit of deifying  their leaders after they died sometimes even  


when they were still alive Roman emperors were  considered to be part partially divided in life  


ascending to godhood upon their deaths this led  to the emperor Vespasian on his deathbed uttering  


these incredible final words oh dear I think  I am becoming a god it wasn't just the Romans  


though deified rulers or God Emperors showed up  in ancient Egypt ancient China the ancient Incan  


civilizations and probably plenty of other places  too even now there are many cultures who still  


practice ancestor worship possibly the easiest  path to godhood since all it really involves is  


dying these are very different kinds of gods  though ones with little if any Supernatural  


power so do they really count in our how to kill  a God video we discussed killing Gods by depriving  


them of belief and worship if removing worship  can destroy a God why shouldn't adding worship  


create one in the anime death note a teenage boy  named Light Yagami stumbles across a notebook that  


allows him to kill anyone he knows the face and  name of he immediately gets Swept Away by the idea  


of using it to purify the world of bad people  and criminals creating a new world one that he  


will be the god of it's important to note here  that light knows there are real gods of death  


called Shinigami his notebook came with one more  importantly he knows he's not so when he says he's  


a god what exactly does he mean he's not Immortal  he has no sphere of influence no worshippers at  


least not at the time his abilities are entirely  dependent on an external object anyone can use one  


that already belongs to an actual God which he's  just borrowing light is of course referring to  


one thing power the ability to choose who lives  and dies has often been considered Godlike but  


could it really be that simple can an otherwise  normal person be considered akin to a God just for  


having the ability to kill after all that power  resides in nearly everyone to some extent it's an  


interesting question it is technically still power  over life in a manner of speaking another trait  


that's often referred to as Godlike as having  knowledge Beyond human Ken in the abrahamic  


story of Adam and Eve eating the forbidden fruit  is said to have made humans like God in knowing  


the difference between good and evil in the video  game bloodborne which is almost entirely about  


ascending to godhood involves two factions arguing  about the best way to do so one of them believes  


that the key is knowledged or as it's symbolized  in game eyes if you can manage to find and eat  


three eye- covered umbilical cords before the end  of the game thus sliding your character's stomach  


not just metaphorically with eyes you unlock  an ending where the player becomes an infant  


great old one sort of a slimy baby culu but while  the great old ones are definitely powerful and  


mysterious figures it's worth noting that we don't  actually know that they're Gods in game bloodborne  


leaves that like so many of its other questions  unanswered and while we're still on the topic of  


being Godlike there is a fantastic episode in the  second season of Star Trek the Original Series in  


which the USS Enterprise is trapped by a powerful  alien being calling himself the god Apollo on  


a planet that's strongly resembles Classical  Greece the crew starts off believing he's lying  


or delusional but eventually they put together  the shocking truth he really is Apollo he and  


the others of his species visited Earth thousands  of years ago and the Pastoral ancient Greeks were  


awed by their displays of Supernatural power  simple Shepherds and tribesmen of early Greece  


creatures like that would have been gods in fact  they couldn't have been taken for anything else  


so how do you become a god perhaps the answer to  that question is as diverse as the gods themselves  


win a game find an artifact drink a potion ask  another God very nicely but if none of that is  


working for you if you're having trouble finding  a deity to sponsor you or an artifact to Grant  


you Godly Powers maybe consider the f it till  you make it approach after all sometimes all it  


takes to become a God is for someone to believe in  [Music] you of course it might be a little easier  


to convince people if you did have Godly powers  and that's you know little hard to achieve for  


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