The origin of the Gods
It will not surprise you, as it did not surprise anyone in the old days, when I tell you that the Gods emanated from Man when Man first beheld himself in disgust. In disgust he beheld himself, and disgusted he rose above himself to the heavens, to test and judge and eventually put an end to Man.
But what was less known in the old days is that, when it was assumed in the beginning that the pure and sublime part of Man was disgusted by the depraved and deplorable part and rose above it to the heavens, to test and judge it and eventually put an end to it, the First Believers overlooked that everything is symmetrical. One may well be disgusted by the vice and utter depravity of the very same that are themselves disgusted by one's virtue and purity. So even the most depraved and appalling one may well be disgusted by the purest and most virtuous.
And it was in fact the most depraved, deplorable and forlorn part of Man that rose and betook it upon himself to be the rulers of Man's fate.
You know all this, and knowing all this has not benefited you.
This is to teach you that wisdom always comes last.