This may offend the gods; I know Yah is easily offended, but we are all equal. I'll get into that in a second, first let me talk about the big bang.Keep in mind this is a very basic description of the big bang. It was violent, it was hot (nothing even comes close today 10³² degrees) this Khaos was so violent that the ripples began to loop and bend space itself to create the sub atomic particles. They flung themselves out in all directions making the space grow. As this incredible expansion was happening a funny thing started. For every proton there was an antiproton, every electron an anti electron, and every neutron an antineutron (yes I know antineutron seems like an oxymoron but there are differences) The universe that was born was symmetrical in every way and everything had a purpose, a duty, and there was balance. The four forces worked in so much harmony, the strong force, the weak force, gravity, and electromagnetism, that the elements could form. Stars could be born, and with stars comes life. With life comes spirit and with spirit comes godliness. Psalm 82:6 "I -- I have said, 'Gods ye are, And sons of the Most High -- all of you, " Young's Literal Translation. This is actually a common theme in many beliefs, in Hindu all life is sentient and you could be human in one life and an ant in another depending on your karma. The ultimate goal of life is to seek understanding and return to Brahman, return to the universe, become God. The gods themselves are all different manifestations of Brahman, as are we, as is all life, we can serve the gods but in the end they are no different than we are. We are all one, one spirit, and one soul.
peace and blessings be with you all my brothers and sisters.