When Infinitian scholars and sages discuss the Gods, as they do frequently, the discussion usually centers on the numbered Gods. That is, the Gods in a direct line of creation between God One and God Infinity. For example, God One was created by God Two. God Two was created by God Three. God Three was created by God Four. And so on through to God Infinity.
As an aside, some of us have taken to referring to God Infinity as the God Who is Realistically Impossible, but Conceptually Necessary. But that’s not relevant to today’s discussion.
Infinity, Plus Siblings
What is not often discussed and, therefore, is commonly overlooked is the fact that if a God is capable of creating one God, He or She is probably capable of creating two or more Gods. Most Gods don’t mention their Siblings often. But some of the Gods have intimated that many of Them do have Siblings. However, due to Sibling rivalries, They rarely talk about their Brothers and Sisters.
Because our deity taxonomy numbers only the Gods in a direct creation-line between God One and God Infinity, inclusive, we use letters for the Sibling Gods. For example, if God 27 has two Siblings, they would be Gods 27A and 27B, depending on which one God 28 created first. (This is true regardless of where God 27 falls within the creation order of Him and His Siblings.)
Upon realizing that there are likely more than the infinity of Gods typically discussed in the Infinitian religion, some people ask, shouldn’t we be worshipping those additional Gods too?
My response to them is, are you out of your frigging minds? There aren’t nearly enough hours in the day, days in the year, or years in our lives to properly worship all of the infinity of Gods we already worship. And you want us to worship more? Get real! No frigging way!
Well, that concludes my ecclesiastical discussion for today.