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Gods can refer to:

  • Plurality of Gods (see polytheism);
  • Postulated preternatural beings (see deity);
  • The upper levels of a theatre (see the gods);
  • A 1991 video game (see Gods (video game));
  • A sixties rock band (see The Gods (band)).
  • An internet term, common among usenet veterans, for those who engage in the highest level of email discussion. These discussions are usually carried out with the cheapest of arguments.
  • Gods of Metal, a music festival in Italy.

Polytheism is belief in or worship of multiple gods or deities. ... Look up deity in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... The gods is a theatrical term, common in Britain especially, referring to the highest areas of a theatre such as the balconies. ... Gods is a 1991 video game by The Bitmap Brothers where the player is cast as Hercules in his quest to achieve immortality. ... The Gods were the preband of Uriah Heep. ... Until 2006, Gods of Metal was a one or two day festival. ...

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