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The definitions I gave did not say "superhuman" they said "supernatural" as in defy all the laws in the universe. Make the sun stop in the universe, cover the Earth with more water than exists this side of the asteroid belt and bring rotting cadavers back to perfect life and health.
Pagan Gods are not supernatural, Only the Monotheistic God claims to be that. That is because Abramism puts God outside of his creation. They put a God above creation, hence the name Super-natural (super=above)"deity - a being, NATURAL, supernatural or preternatural, with SUPERHUMAN POWERS OR QUALITIES, and who may be thought of as holy, divine, or sacred. Believers may consider or believe that they can communicate with the deity, who can respond supernaturally to their entreaties, and that the deity's myths are true." - Max Weber. "The Sociology of Religion"
It is no telling what is possible, man is discovering new powers all the time previously held impossible. Our knowledge of the forces of nature remains limited. Pagan Gods are never described as all powerful but the principles behind of forces of nature. And yes the axis of the earth can suddenly tilt and cause huge floods. Who knows what more is possible, we only accept these things now, because we found out they happened.
Take for instance Greek Gods, They were born, their rule was considered limited like man's life was limited. This fate could not be changed. Of course these are allegorical writings. They were written by poets trying to express how principles of Nature interact. They were not considered to be Gods laws or that kind of nonsense. Other poets gave different descriptions. For instance one would regard Amor (attraction) the son of Aphrodite (love) and Ares (lust) and another one would regard Amor a primordial force. In those days they did not see that as contradictory but viewing the same phenomenon from a different angle. Pagans welcomed original new views on reality. That was not blasphemous.
It is with monotheism that over-rational intellectuals start to create complicated explanations to bring everything in one system of thought without contradictions. But they never succeeded. It was the precursor of modern science that is still looking for a universal theory to fit reality in model governed by strict laws and relations.
Whenever monotheism found things inexplicable they called it the supernatural power of God, whenever science finds things inexplicable they call it coincidence. They plug the holes.
In Paganism it was never believed that reality could be understood in a complex system of rational thought. Wise men gave their view on things but never claimed it to be absolute truth. The problems began when they started to write down these views because the oral tradition deteriorated. What is written down becomes inflexible. Then intellectuals started to try to bring all writings into one system of thought. The writings once thought to be inspired by the Gods, then became the word of God. And it was used by the priesthood to make people bend to them.
Simply look at the Tenach, most commandments simply serve the priesthood. All those obligatory sacrifices people had to do through the priesthood. God commands that people no longer worship him directly, but use the priesthood. Who made these rules? God? No the priesthood themselves.
The Roman empire did not have a priest-class before Christianity, once the had one, it started to destroy all the competition. They are aggressive and greedy, but make it believe, it is their Gods will. They hide behind God given books they wrote/edited themselves to serve their purpose.
We do not need churches or books. If we want spiritual contact they are only an obstacle. It is like eating processed food, processed food is often unhealthy, low in nutritional value, it replaces fresh natural foods in the stores. Why? Because middle man makes a good profit on it.