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Gods were beings of immense power in the religions and mythologies of many species. The powers, abilities and appearances of the gods varied from culture to culture. Some considered transcendental beings gods, due to their power.

The Tenth Doctor claimed that he didn't believe in any specific god, but had met a number of beings who claimed to be gods. (TV: The Satan Pit) The Second Doctor once offered a silent prayer to "the gods of his own people". (PROSE: The Murder Game)

Human gods Edit

The humans of Earth and their colonies had many gods from their many cultures. Most of these gods turned out to be aliens or other advanced beings.

Cessair was worshiped as Cailleach for thousands of years. (TV: The Stones of Blood)

The Dæmons supposedly inspired various horned gods, including Pan and Khnum. (TV: The Dæmons)

The Immortals were many of the gods worshiped around the world. (PROSE: Deadly Reunion)

Kronos was regarded as a deity by the Greeks and Atlanteans. (TV: The Time Monster, PROSE: The Quantum Archangel)

The Latter-Day Pantheon was a group worshiped in New York in 1965. (PROSE: Salvation)

Light was worshiped as the Burning One by Nimrod's tribe. (TV: Ghost Light)

The Osirians were most of the Egyptian gods (TV: Pyramids of Mars), not including Scaroth, Field Major Styx ("Sontar"), and possibly Khnum. (TV: City of Death, COMIC: The Gods Walk Among Us, TV: The Dæmons)

A werewolf was worshiped by the Brethren as a god. (TV: Tooth and Claw)

Xoanon was worshiped by the Sevateem and the Tesh. (TV: The Face of Evil)

In the year 100,000 BC, Earth's sun Sol was worshiped by a tribe of cavemen who called it Orb. (TV: An Unearthly Child)

In the year 1500 BC in ancient Greece, the Hangle-Wang Branch of the Slitheen Family from the 347th century were mistaken for gods by the Greeks. (PROSE: The Slitheen Excursion)

Other gods and goddesses Edit

Many other races had gods of some kind, many of them living beings.

The Doctor was referred to as "the lonely god" in the legend of the Face of Boe's final prophecy, (TV: New Earth) and was worshipped in absentia as "the god of time" by a Roman family after rescuing them from the destruction of Pompeii. (TV: The Fires of Pompeii)

The Time Lords were originally thought to be gods by Minyos, Klist and Plastrodus 14, but they later fell out of favour. (TV: Underworld, PROSE: The Quantum Archangel) Blon Fel-Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen considered TARDISes to be "the technology of the gods". The Ninth Doctor responded, "Don't worship me. I'd make a very bad god." (TV: Boom Town)

The Dalek Emperor, sincerely believing himself to be a god, was worshipped by the Dalek survivors of the Last Great Time War. (TV: The Parting of the Ways)

The Optera believed the Menoptera to be gods. (TV: The Web Planet)

Aggedor was thought to be a god by the Peladonians. (TV: The Curse of Peladon)

The Deons believed in Ti and thought the Dodecahedron was his gift. (TV: Meglos)

The Worldsphere God was a machine who watched over the People. (PROSE: The Also People)

Swampie dance

The Swampies worship Kroll. (TV: The Power of Kroll)

Kroll was worshipped by the Swampies. (TV: The Power of Kroll)

The Nimon were worshipped by species, including many of the inhabitants of Crinoth and Skonnos. (TV: The Horns of Nimon) A related Minotaur-like species also set themselves up as the gods of many races, feeding on faith and worship. On one world, the natives expelled a Minotaur they had formerly worshipped when they realised that it was a fraud. (TV: The God Complex)

The Kaleds had a god of war. (TV: The Satan Pit)

Ancient Gallifreyans worshipped their moon Pazithi Gallifreya as a virgin Goddess. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible)

The line of Pepins ruled as gods. Pepin VII abdicated, leaving Frobisher as a god in his place. (AUDIO: The Holy Terror)

The Sisters of Plenitude had a goddess named Santori, and invoked her during bad times. (TV: New Earth, Gridlock)

Thoueris was mistaken by the Egyptians for a god. (COMIC: The Power of Thoueris!)

Balor was worshipped as a god by the Cynrog. (PROSE: The Nightmare of Black Island)

The Jaftee sequentially worshipped a number of gods, including Donna Noble who they called the "Ginger Goddess". They made a habit of trading in old religions for new ones. (PROSE: Shining Darkness)

The Tenth Doctor told Jack Harkness that if a Time Lord took on the Bad Wolf entity, they could become "a vengeful God". (TV: Utopia)

The inhabitants of Sto worshipped a god known as Vot. (TV: Voyage of the Damned)

After K9 Mark I liberated the Anubians from the Huduct, the Anubians worshipped him as a god. (TV: Curse of Anubis)

Akhaten was a celestial object that was described as a "parasite god" by the Eleventh Doctor, represented by the Grandfather mummy. (TV: The Rings of Akhaten)

The people of Ribos believed that their planet was a battleground to a war between Ice Gods and Sun Gods, producing the turnover of the seasons. (TV: The Ribos Operation)

The people of the volcanic planet Sarn worshipped the fire-god Logar, actually Trion volcanologists in a thermal protection suit. (TV: Planet of Fire)

The Guardians of Time were, together, the Six-Fold God. They were the masters of reality, each being responsible for a sixth of the Universe. (PROSE: Divided Loyalties, The Quantum Archangel)

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