Azathoth is more powerful than the God of the Bible.
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Powerful- Having great power or force or potency or effect.
1. Definitions are not absolutes. But any attempts to change the established definition must have a valid enough justification or it will be disregarded.
2. Pro can only use sources from only H.P. Lovecraft’s publications or wiki-lore that reports on his content. (Books or creations written by himself.) But Pro can’t use evidence from fanfiction.
Con can pull from The Bible or any sources from Judaism & Christianity.
3. One forfeit is the loss of a conduct point. Two are an autoloss.
How could he be sure he would not land on that green-litten hillside of a far planet, on the tessellated terrace above the city of tentacled monsters somewhere beyond the galaxy or in the spiral black vortices of that ultimate void of Chaos where reigns the mindless demon-sultan Azathoth?”
Azathoth, also known as the Lovecraftian Primordial God, the Nuclear Sultan, Chaotic Shadow Twin of God, and The All-Seeing Horror, is the primordial Outer God who exists as the embodiment of madness, chaos, disorder, and boundlessness, being the ultimate enemy of Creation, the supreme antithesis of order and peace. He is the anti-God who in the end times upon His awakening will destroy all of creation.
Megaversal Omnipotence: Azathoth is an entity of unlimited powers and no barriers for what he can or cannot do, his power level rivals that of the God himself and Khaos, narrowly surpassing those of Ayin, the Anti-God. Azathoth is the supreme god of lovercrafian myths, being the supreme archetype that precedes all things, being ineffable, existing in silence and immobile, separate from all things of creation, encompassing everything and everyone within his being, including the Outer Godsand The One-In-All, with them being just an infinitesimal fraction of Azathoth himself. He is eternity, which is beyond the wheel of time, not only existed but existence itself.
While God has to seemingly concentrate his intention and use words to produce the desired effect, it stands to reason that more effort is required on God’s part to make things as he wishes.
- Minimal Effort - High Quality Creation
- High Effect Without Intention
- When all is said and done, God will destroy the Earth with fire. As it is the Center of Life.
- When Azathoth awakens, not only will the Earth be destroyed but so will the entire universe and everything in it.
- God is the only being of his kind.
- Azathoth belongs to a race of entities that he himself created and rules over. He even commands a legion of deities like himself called, “The Old Ones.”
- God created The Stars, and The Earth. Which he will destroy at the End.
- Azathoth created many universes, planets, and stars. And his own realm in which other ancient alien deities currently reside. The quantity of these creations far outweighs anything God has created or designed. And Azathoth will destroy them too.
Weapons and implements made from cold iron are often granted special efficacy against creatures such as fairies and spirits.
19 The LORD was with the men of Judah. They took possession of the hill country, but they were unable to drive the people from the plains, because they had iron chariots. The LORD was able to drive out people from Canaan, except for those with iron chariots? Iron chariots are therefore more powerful than God!
The LORD was with the men of Judah. They took possession of the hill country, but they were unable to drive the people from the plains, because they had iron chariots.
- Weight-lifter #1 is an amateur who can only dead-lift 230 lbs.
- Weight-lifter #2 is a professional weight-lifter who can deadlift 400 lbs.
He can very easily control his powers if he chooses to.
Azathoth himself doesn’t know his own strength