I think that some deities likely have computers or technology. I know my household does. But I don’t know which internet or what… things it connects into. As in, idk if there is some sort of astral internet that is different from physical plane’s internet.
So idk if they can read our blogs from there hahahaha not sure. Wouldn’t surprise me if they could, though.
I’m absolutely sure they can read our blogs :)
…I used to draw pictures of Djehuty with notebook or tablet. But it’s more like *spiritual thing*. Like the writing palette he’s usually holding.
I have never thought about that before huh. I think they probably can, if they really wanted. At the same time I’m not sure whether they would need to. I don’t know about others, but I’ve always felt that the spirits always hear kinda knew what I was thinking about them or posting or whatever.
Probably yes, they know what you write about them :-) but they may read their e-shrines and other dedicated things with special attention.
And read kemetic fandom tag just for lulz :-)
I think this question is theologically misleading. You’re implying the deities use the same methods to perceive our reality as we do. I feel that it might be as silly as asking if deities have big giant hearing horns to hear our prayers with. From the mundane to the supernatural, I don’t think fiber-optics would be bridging that gap.
It may come down to some nitty gritty spiritual details of your personal belief system. Do non-corporeal beings inhabit our world, their own world, or a combination of the two? What causes the two worlds to be connected if there is a second world? Souls? Thoughts? Nature? How do non-corporeal beings perceive our reality? Are they omniscient? Clairvoyant? Do they only receive the information that is offered to them?
There are very minute point on the nature of what a supernatural being is that have to be clarified before you can further extrapolate.
"I feel that it might be as silly as asking if deities have big giant hearing horns to hear our prayers with."
That is absurd. They don’t use hearing horns. They have ears for that. Duh.
Considering my blog is about Kemetic deities, I pretty much took it from the same frame of Kemeticism, using NTRW as my main idea behind it. If you don’t read my blog very often, you probably have no idea how I view things on this, and I certainly didn’t want to bore readers with more of my redundant “YMMV depending on plane, deity in question, etc” that I post on just about every other question related to the Unseen that I get.
Hell, if you really want to get that nit-picky, I could go so far as to go straight back to “what makes a god a god, please give me the criteria for that so I can answer your question lol” if I really wanted to pick the question apart. However, I felt this was meant to be more of a good fun type of thing that the Kemetic fandom is known for. Not so much of a “please let’s completely rip everything apart and try to find the meaning of Internet and whether it works over there or not” (which is does, my household has things over there that work like the gadgets over here. As stated above. YMMV, plane to plane and tech savviness taken into consideration blah blah look at me repeating things again).
If you feel like ripping apart the question to wrack your brains over, that’s fine by me. But I certainly have other things that are more pressing on my day to day grind. All I know is that some planes seem to have the capacity to interact with an internet-like thing, and that that internet-like-thing may or may not be able to interact with our internet and gadgets that are here. I can’t get much more open ended than that.
You can probably rate the bandwidth of ear stelae by the number of ears on them. Or the number of catfish if you’re talking about Djedet.
It also raises the question of godphones- are they iOS, Android, Windows, or POTS ? IPoAC?
I always assumed they read over my shoulder. Much easier for them to make snarky comments that way.
I’m 99.9% convinced that Djehoots has a tumblr he uses to follow all his beaklings
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I just find the term “mozzarella sticks” to be so alien
But mozzarella sticks are delicious