Divine and divinity (sometimes 'the Divinity' or 'the Divine') are broadly applied but loosely defined terms, used variously within different faiths and belief systems — and even by different individuals within a given faith — to refer to some metaphysical, transcendent or transcendental power, or its attributes or manifestations in the world. The root of the words is literally 'Godlike' (from the Latin 'Deus', cf. Dyaus, closely related to Greek 'Zeus', Divan in Persian and Deva in Sanskrit), but the use varies significantly depending on which god is being discussed. [ENTER] divine (universal) order This, from a kemetic reference, recognises an underlying universal order that is attributed to One Supreme Creator (known by many names throughout the various cultures, religions and spiritual ways of the world, typically referred to as God). This, the Supreme Principle (and Principal) is seen to have created the matrix of lesser principles (laws) which form the universal order. Maat (truth, justice, order and right) is a primary member of this matrix of principles created by the Supreme Creator.