I don't think you've revealed much we don't already know Angela and that doesn't make us gods. When you talk of Isis, I'm more inclined to think of Eve. She of course experienced the glory of what it was like to live in God's image but in the end she died, like Adam, who also once knew this wonderous divine feeling. We must also die but at least we can dream what it was like for Adam and Eve in their glory days, the days they lived in God's image.
We also have to die, just as we have to go to bed each night but at the same time and by some miraculous gift, our daytime dreaming has the potential to defeat the physical death of our body, so only our lower consciousness has to die. The path of this conscious dreaming is full of emotional ups and downs but for perseverence, I believe the ultimate prize is to see over the horizon where time becomes space.
If we don't have this dream, what is there to look at really? It's like being in love and looking into your beautiful lover's eyes and seeing forever, except, you don't have to be with the person phyisically because you know that one day, it'll be a reality!
Who cares if we're gods or not when we can be so happy anyway? I wonder if this was Eve's message to us all, her great, great, great, etc. grand children?
wisdom lies in their simplification.
Martin Fischer (bénissez Son Coeur)