For example, the Greeks and Romans had Zeus-Jupiter and his whole lot, the Scandinavians had Odin with the other Gods in his yard, the Egyptians had Osiris and Isis with other smaller deities, the Hindu had Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu along with some other dozens of important deities and those of smaller Gods. So each group had their established scheme. However, many of the stories of the Gods related to the struggles within each group, as we know, for example, in Greek and Egyptian mythology.
Here we infer two things.
The first – no matter how evolved they were, they showed envy, jealousy and resentment to each other.
And the second thing – that they had these positions just as in a company where every one of them has its function, and probably many times a smaller or more important god stalked in front of the boss, or the tool behind his back with whom he knows what plan, as is happening today in many of the world’s companies.
From this point of view, we can realize that even in those times, and even to beings more evolved than the people of that time, things and situations similar to what we are doing today are happening and provoking them. In other words, the Gods – that is, those humanoid beings at that time, were not much better morally than humans. But certainly mentally and intellectually, they were far ahead of people, so they also had the opportunity to manipulate energies and matter. Another equally important aspect of the gods was the appointment of one of them at the head of that group to lead him.